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  EPSRC PhD Studentship in: Risk-based investment decision tools that account for uncertainty in modelling studies that protect the ecology of surface water bodies
  Dr ANA Schellart, Prof S Tait
Application Deadline: 20 April 2020

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The University of Sheffield, Sheffield Water Centre in collaboration with Stantec and the Centre for Doctoral Training in Water Infrastructure and Resilience.
  PhD opportunity in Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Design and Analysis
  Dr M-A Cardin
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

I am always looking for excellent candidates to pursue PhD studies in my research group, focusing on the theme of Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Design and Analysis at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London.
  Study Engineering in the USA with the George Washington University

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PhD Type

Doctoral students comprise the backbone of research conducted at the School of Engineering & Applied Science. Through funding support from faculty, internal and external grants, doctoral students can expect to take 4-6 years to complete the program through coursework, research credits and writing their dissertation.
  Risk analysis based on extreme regression
  Prof K Yu
Applications accepted all year round

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Extremes may give rise to bigger severity of occurrences than ordinary risks and then turn notably complex. Management of extreme events often faces challenges in the practice of problem solving and decision making, and therefore, requires of a special consideration and sufficiently using information provided.
  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).
  Development of novel sensors for measuring porewater pressures in soils (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/MCE/MENDES)
  Dr J Mendes, Dr M Lim
Applications accepted all year round

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High capacity tensiometers (HCT) are sensors used in geotechnical engineering to monitor positive and negative porewater pressures (soil suction) up to 2MPa in soil infrastructures and for the study of unsaturated soils in the laboratory.
  The use of 3-D modelling of flow patterns and pollutant retention to optimize the layout of vegetated detention ponds
  Dr S Mitchell, Prof J Williams, Dr M Ali
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3-year full-time or 6-year part-time PhD project, to commence in October 2019 or February 2020.
  Assessing unintended consequences of structural coastal flood protection
  Dr A Kebede
Applications accepted all year round

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Floods are the most frequent and damaging natural hazards, with impacts expected to increase significantly due to future climate and socio-economic changes.
  The aerodynamics of freight trains
  Prof Mark Sterling, Dr D Soper
Applications accepted all year round

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Developments in the capabilities of rail freight, including increased freight speeds and larger, better connected rail networks, will enable greater competition between rail and road markets while having many environmental benefits.
  PhD position - Chemo-hydro-mechanical response of carbonatable cement binders
  Dr M Briffaut
Applications accepted all year round

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Ref. InnovaXN_31_ILL. Categorisation. Places of work. - Grenoble, Rhône-Alpes, France. Contract type. Contract, start on 2020-09-07.
  Embroidered ground plane for wearable electronics
  Dr J Flint
Applications accepted all year round

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Reference. JFUF2018. Programme name (to be included on the application form). Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering. School.
  7 fully-funded 4-year MRes + PhD studentships at the EPSRC CDT in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World

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PhD Type

We are currently looking to recruit talented students from different academic backgrounds for a number of fully funded studentships to carry out cutting edge research within the broad, cross-disciplinary and interconnected field of Resilient Infrastructure.
  Broad-scale (regional to global) assessment of coastal flooding and sea-level rise (NICHOLLSRU20SCID)
  Prof R. Nicholls, Prof R Warren
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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The flooding of coastal areas given sea-level rise is an emotive issue that is often covered in the media with sometimes apocalyptic perspectives.
  Resource recovery from municipal wastewater with forward osmosis membrane based process
  Dr Y Liu
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020

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Supervisor. Yongqiang Liu (WEEG). Project description. In modern society, municipal wastewater needs to be purified to remove organic carbon pollutants and nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus before discharge into natural water bodies to protect environment and human health.
  Railway stray current induced corrosion in reinforced concrete linings
  Dr K Tang
Applications accepted all year round

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Railway electrification represents an important carbon strategy in the UK. It is estimated that an electric train consumes at least 20% less power (per passenger per mile) compared to a diesel-powered train.
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