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PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Dublin

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  Funded PhD in Chemical/Biochemical Engineering - Developing Hybrid Separation-Conversion Systems
  Prof e Casey
Application Deadline: 27 January 2019
The modern world is dependent upon fossil resources to produce everyday items that we consume. Since these resources are finite and depleting, it is essential to develop alternative technologies based on renewable biological resources.
  Modelling ammonia abatement techniques in agriculture
  Dr T Curran, Prof E Hayes
Application Deadline: 24 January 2019
Agriculture is responsible for most of the global atmospheric ammonia emissions, with domestic livestock and fertilisers the largest sources – Ireland’s agricultural sector is responsible for 98% of national emissions.
  How sustainable is the bioeconomy? A natural capital approach
  Dr J C Stout
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
We are seeking applicants with Bachelors/Masters degree (2.1 or higher) in natural/environmental science, natural resource management, or similar, preferably with knowledge and experience in ecosystem services, natural capital, bioeconomy, and/or life cycle analysis to do a PhD on “Integrating natural capital into Bioeconomic industrial applications”.
  Computational modelling of bionano interface
  Dr V Lobaskin
Application Deadline: 31 December 2018
EU H2020/SFI funded Postdoctoral opportunities at the School of Physics, University College Dublin, Ireland. Bio-Interface project is going to develop predictive models for functionality and biocompatibility of inorganic materials used in medical devices and food industry.
  Testing the vulnerability of life stages of marine calcifiers to changes in ocean chemistry (Marine Institute Cullen Fellowship)
  Prof N O'Connor, Prof C Rocha
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Global change includes a wide range of environmental (physical and chemical) changes and is occurring faster than our ability to predict it’s consequences (Kroeker, Kordas & Harley 2017).
  Big data privacy - methods that provide privacy guarantees when big data is used for machine learning and data mining.
  Dr V Torra
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
The PhD student will conduct research within the area of data privacy for big data. The successful applicant will work on methods that provide privacy guarantees when big data is used for machine learning and data mining.
  Combining machine learning and closed-loop control theory
  Prof A Parnell, Prof S Dey
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
The successful student will work with Professor Andrew Parnell and Professor Subhra Dey’s research groups as part of the new SFI I-Form centre on analytics for advanced manufacturing.
  Co-ordinated earth observation, in-situ, and drone data analytics for observing environmental and climatic change
  Prof A Parnell, Dr G McCarthy
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
The candidate will work with Prof Andrew Parnell and Dr Gerard McCarthy’s research group in statistics and machine learning and climate change (respectively), and also as part of the wider group funded by SFI for the ‘Predict’ project involving Dublin City University, University College Cork, and the Geological Survey of Ireland.
  Cadmium and other Heavy Metals - Detection and Mitigation in Horticultural Produce, Soils and other Crops (CREDIT)
  Dr C Sullivan, Dr P J Cullen
Application Deadline: 2 January 2019
risk of failing European maximum levels (MLs) for cadmium (Cd). This project provides research to mitigate threats to Irish agricultural and horticultural production industries from heavy metal uptake and will develop practical solutions of international interest while building a national expertise in this area.
  Numerical Fourier Optics: Software and signal processing for modern microscopy
  Dr J Healy, Prof J Sheridan
Applications accepted all year round
The UCD optical engineering research group will be supporting a candidate in applying for research funding for PhD studies in our group later this year, for research in numerical Fourier optics.
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