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Architecture & the Built Environment (equality) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Design for behaviour change in African urban informal settlements
  Dr F Ceschin
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD is linked to a 5-year research project entitled ‘Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments’, in short Gender for Energy Security (GENS).
  Place Leadership in Northern England: Changing Regimes (SF19/LHRM/SHUTT2)
  Prof J Shutt, Prof J Liddle
Applications accepted all year round

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A new level of regional governance has been introduced into the UK since 2014 with the introduction of the Northern Powerhouse, the West Midlands Engine, and the Oxford Cambridge Corridor and the Western Powerhouse.
  An investigation of the impact of disruption on occupiers and landlords in Commercial Real Estate Markets (Advert Ref: SF19/EE/ABE/GREENHALGH)
  Prof P Greenhalgh, Dr K Muldoon-Smith
Applications accepted all year round

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Commercial real estate markets are increasingly prone to dynamic and disruptive change, the drivers of which include technological, social, environmental and employment practices.
  Architectural Re-Use and the Mega Event Stadium (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/ABE/BROWN)
  Ms L Brown, Prof R D Giddings
Applications accepted all year round

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Sport mega events are best understood as large scale cultural events which have dramatic character, mass popular appeal, international significance, and the power to deliver long-lasting benefits in cities.
  Architectural Reuse and the Olympic Athletes Village (Application Ref: SF19/EE/ABE/SEO)
  Dr KW Seo, Ms L Brown
Applications accepted all year round

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The 2012 Olympic Village in London, UK, was constructed for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, as part of a wider masterplan to revitalise an industrial area of East London and deliver high quality, mixed use, affordable housing, and sustainable communities.
  Development of novel energy-efficient integrated systems for building operation optimization (Application Ref: SF19/EE/ABE/Zingre)
  Dr K Zingre, Prof B Kumar
Applications accepted all year round

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The climate change and the rising living standard have significantly increased the electricity consumption by the building sector worldwide from 26% in 1980 to 54% in 2010, and predicted to further increase at alarming rate to 84% in 2050 (Zingre et al., 2017).
  Encapsulated Phase change materials for built environmental thermal management (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/MCE/QIAN)
  Dr Zi Qian, Prof Stewart Franks
Applications accepted all year round

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The project is seeking to develop the use of phase change materials encapsulated within a metal structure to passively control the local environmental temperature within an office or domestic dwelling within the comfort range of 20-30oC.
  Fabrication of tuneable biomaterial composites (Ref: SF20/APP/ZHANG)
  Dr M Zhang
Applications accepted all year round

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Bacterial cellulose (BC) is a polysaccharide hydrogel with many fascinating material properties (e.g. High tensile strength, high water holding capacity, biocompatibility, etc.).
  It’s not what you see, but what it means to you: Changing perceptions of the environment to impact sedentary behaviour in children (ref: SF20/SER/LING)
  Dr F Ling
Applications accepted all year round

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In the UK, 3 in 5 children are insufficiently physically active, spending on average 6 hours a day engaging in sedentary activities.
  Access All Sports: A mixed methods evaluation of what helps or hinders disabled students to access university sport and how this impacts on their wellbeing. (DeaneKU19SF)
  Dr K Deane, Dr L Beaumont
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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Background. Sports activities improve students’ wellbeing, fitness and sense of belonging to the university community and this enhances their resilience to mental-health challenges.
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