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Climatology & Climate Change (urban design) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 6 Climatology & Climate Change (urban design) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 6 Climatology & Climate Change (urban design) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Developing a methodology to measure and optimise the impacts of climate change on urban building environment (|OP2261)

Following the Government heating and energy target guidelines to improved building performance it is important to consider building design and human activities when examining the impact of changing microclimate due to climate change. Read more

Climate-resilient architectural and building design: learning from the past

Our climate is changing, and extreme events are becoming more frequent. For example, the UK Climate Projections found that in the UK we will see hotter drier summers and wetter windier winters, and heatwave days in the UK become more frequent and last longer. Read more
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Enhancing urban flood resilience with innovative digital design technologies (OP2219)

In England, 3.2 million households are located in areas at risks of urban flooding, with annual damages exceeding £300 million. Due to the extreme environmental conditions, unprecedented downpours across the country in recent years further increases the flooding events on URN. Read more
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Towards better representation of surface-subsurface flow interactions in urban areas particularly during extreme events (OP2256)

Detailed flood models are increasingly used to assess future flood risk in cities and catchments, and to design flood attenuation features including green infrastructure (GI) which reduce the amount of water entering drainage systems via infiltration, transpiration and storage. Read more

Department of Social Sciences (Advert Reference: RDF22/ADSS/SOCIALSCIENCES)

Contact for queries relating to these funded studentships. Dr Ruth Lewis ruth.lewis@northumbria.ac.uk. Social Sciences at Northumbria is comprised of Criminology, Policing, Politics and International Relations, and Sociology. Read more
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