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  Photocatalytic and antimicrobial properties of magnetron-sputtered bismuth oxide and its potential for water treatment application
  Dr M Ratova
Applications accepted all year round
Photocatalysis is known as a promising and environmentally sustainable method of water purification. Photocatalytic water treatment is a cheap, yet efficient process as it is initiated simply by light irradiation.
  Rapid characterisation of water for enhanced drinking water quality
  Dr P Jarvis, Prof B Jefferson
Application Deadline: 30 January 2019
This exciting PhD opportunity will explore new methods to characterise water for process selection, optimisation and treatment. The effective removal of complex organics is of critical global importance in providing safe drinking water.
  Tap water treatment with a laser pulse
  Dr K Volkov
Applications accepted all year round
The project focuses on design of a new technique for cleaning of tap water from the micro-inclusions such as small solid particles with a laser pulse.
  Sustainable Water Desalination by Capacitive Deionization
  Dr J Shen
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Project. The access to safe drinking water is a pre-requisite to human health and sustainable social and economic development. According to the World Health Organization, 800 million people across the world lack safe drinking water and 600 million of them are in sub-Saharan Africa.
  Groundwater and the Drinking Water Exposome in the United Kingdom (Supervisors: Prof D Polya, Prof R Wogelius, Prof D Gooddy (British Geological Survey) and Dr B Marchant (British Geological Survey)
  Research Group: Molecular Environmental Sciences
  Prof D Polya, Prof R Wogelius
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
Groundwater contributes over 6300 Ml/day to the overall public water supply in the UK – corresponding to around 30 % of supply (British Geological Survey, 2015).
  Testing the Effectiveness of Technological Innovations in Drinking Water Quality Monitoring on Improved Private Water Supply Management in Rural Communities in Scotland
  Dr E Pagaling, Dr L Avery, Dr R Ellis, Dr H Bridle
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Background. 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.
  (MERI) Removing organometallic compounds from wastewater
  Research Group: Molecular Environmental Sciences
  Dr B Van Dongen, Dr S Boult, Prof R Wogelius, Prof D Polya
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
CASE STUDENTSHIP WITH ARVIA TECHNOLOGY LTD, UK. Over the years, organometallic compounds such as organo tin and lead compounds, have been used in a wide number of commercial applications.
  SCENARIO: Nutrient release from coniferous woodland stimulated by changes in forest management: A new nitrate time bomb?
  Prof M Lukac, Mr M Ascott, Dr E Vanguelova
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Nitrogen (N) pollution of rivers and groundwater costs billions of pounds per year globally in water treatment and environmental damage from eutrophication.
  Microplastics as a Vector for Micropollutants in Aquatic Environments
  Dr C Pestana, Prof L Lawton, Prof C Moffat
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Background. Any plastic particle that measures less than 5 mm in all dimensions is considered to be a microplastic.
  Photocatalytic nanostructured anodic metal membranes for the removal of organic micropollutants from water (FoAMM)
  Prof D Mattia
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
The accumulation, in the environment and in human food supply chain, of organic micropollutants, drugs, hormones or endocrine disruptors, represents today one of the biggest challenges to public health and the environment in the UK and other developed countries.
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