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The University of Manchester, Department of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  A continuous-flow platform for highly-efficient production of mesoporous zeolites
  Dr X Fan
Applications accepted all year round

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Synthetic zeolites are commercially important materials, primarily used as catalysts in a wide range of chemical industries such as petrochemical and environmental catalytic processes.
  A novel class of excipients for stabilizing protein therapeutics
  Dr R Curtis, Dr J Warwicker
Applications accepted all year round

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Biopharmaceutical proteins constitute a growing proportion of the drug catalogue for virtually all major pharmaceutical companies.
  Chemical Looping Technology integrated with dehydrogenation process
  Dr V Spallina
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Advanced energy and chemical plants require new reactors and processes designed to combine high efficiency, attractive economics and reduced pollutant emissions.
  Combined modulation excitation neutron and X-ray methods to understand catalytic systems
  Prof C Hardacre
Applications accepted all year round

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A longstanding challenge in liquid phase chemical science, is understanding the evolution of atomic and molecular structure of catalytically active sites during chemical reaction processes.
  Coupled flow-geomechanics for prediction of propagation and collapse of wormholes in matrix acidizing
  Dr M Babaei
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Acidizing is an established technique to stimulate enhanced hydrocarbon recovery from carbonate reservoirs.
  Design of advanced cyclic adsorption processes for complex gas separations
  Dr L Joss
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Gas adsorption is one of the key physical processes that underlie the numerous industrial uses of porous solids. These include separation processes (adsorption and membrane processes), catalytic reactions, energy storage, and gas recovery from unconventional plays.
  Developing NMR methods to characterise water transport through graphene-based membranes
  Dr C D'Agostino
Applications accepted all year round

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Graphene oxide membranes (GOMs) have shown significant promise as filtration devices since they are impermeable to many substances but not to water.
  Development of microfluidic devices to support actinide analysis
  Dr C Sharrad, Dr B Treves Brown
Application Deadline: 30 September 2019

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The primary objective of the project is to develop methods for the analysis of actinide materials using minimal sample amounts and generating the lowest volumes of radioactive wastes requiring costly treatment and disposal processes.
  Efficient methods for preparing mesoporous zeolites towards their catalytic applications
  Dr X Fan
Applications accepted all year round

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Synthetic zeolites are commercially important materials, primarily used as catalysts in a wide range of chemical industries such as petrochemical processes.
  Foam Flow in Porous Media: From Fundamentals to Applications
  Dr N Shokri
Applications accepted all year round

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During oil production from underground oil reservoirs, only a fraction of oil tends to be extracted during the primary recovery phase, prior to the oil reservoir becoming too depleted to push additional oil out naturally.
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