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EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Water and Waste Infrastructure Systems Engineered for Resilience (Water-WISER)

A Water-WISER PhD offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the generation of new knowledge to improve water, waste & sanitation infrastructure and services for the poorest and most marginalised members of our global community. Read more

Synthesis and Properties of Novel thermoresponsive polymers for water purification

Water is one of the basic necessities required for the sustenance and continuation of life. It is therefore important that supply of good quality water should be available for various activities. Read more

Smart Rivers: Using sensor networks to understand carbon cycling in regulated rivers

Project outline. Rivers play a fundamental role in transporting terrestrial carbon into the world’s oceans where it is sequestered, thereby reducing the release of greenhouse gases (GHG; e.g. Read more

IoT techniques for e-agriculture

The aim of this project is to design a distributed embedded system that can collect data in real-time for agricultural management, such as rice field water management, with IoT (Internet of Things) techniques. Read more

Climate, water and society in arid regions: from ancient civilizations to the Anthropocene

The largest region of arid climate stretches from North Africa, across the Middle East and into Central Asia. In these regions, water availability is an important restriction and yet this is where the first cities, first kingdoms and first empires rose and fell. Read more

Smart monitoring technologies for water quality and sustainable supply management

Project Description. Private water supplies (PWS) are a concern to public health, both globally and locally, as they are vulnerable to breakdown and subsequent ingress from agricultural run-off and septic tank failures, leading to potential consumption of microbial (and other) contaminants. Read more

The fate of microplastics in aquatic environments

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. Hone novel methods to track (real-time) and analyse microplastics. Design mesocosms to study the behaviour of microplastics in riverbed sediments. Read more

An inclusive and sustainable blue space infrastructure for people with disabilities in Scotland post-Covid-19 pandemic

Evidence has consistently shown that using blue and green spaces has a positive impact on physical and mental health. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the ability to access and use blue and green spaces was positively related to people’s mental wellbeing. Read more

Comparison of natural and plastic microfibres in rivers

Introduction. Microplastics are the latest emerging pollutant to be studied in the environment although most work has focused on marine locations rather than freshwaters. Read more

Environmental solutions for water bioremediation and waste management

This project is available through the MIBTP programme. The successful applicant will join the MIBTP cohort and will take part in all of the training offered by the programme. For further details. Read more

PhD opportunity in Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Design and Analysis

I am always looking for excellent candidates to pursue PhD studies in my research group the Strategic Engineering Lab, focusing on the theme of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Design and Analysis at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London. Read more

SCENARIO: Evaluating the ability of human communities and environmental systems to adapt and recover to Late Holocene climate change in the Peruvian Andes (ref. SC2022_14)

During the Late Holocene (last 4250 years), past climatic reconstructions from Peruvian archives (ice, marine, speleothems and lakes) have provided high-resolution records of precipitation and temperature changes, which reflect the varying influences of the Intertropical Convergence Zone, South American Summer Monsoon and El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Read more

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