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We have 7 Imperial College London, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Imperial College London, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 Imperial College London, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Ecohydrological modelling for regenerative agriculture

Applications are open for a PhD scholarship at Imperial College London to start by September 2024. The PhD is in collaboration with EPFL Lausanne, and the research group of Prof Sara Bonetti. Read more

Novel phosphate cement chemistries and materials for safe storage of uranium-based nuclear waste

Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship funded by Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) (a subsidiary of the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority), on the project titled “Long-Term Performance of PO4-Based Backfill Cements in Repository Environments for DNLEU Disposal (PO4DNLEU)”. Read more

PhD post in Fluid Mechanics- Experimental modelling of plastic transport in floods

Applications are open for a PhD scholarship at Imperial College London to start by October 2024 (flexible). The PhD project will tackle the transport of plastic (and other litter) during extreme flood conditions. Read more

PhD in Advanced Characterisation of Hydrogen in Alloys

Applications are open for a PhD scholarship at Imperial College London. The project will involve the development of a new grain boundary engineering strategy for the design of hydrogen-resistant alloys. Read more

Modelling and Optimisation of Urban Evacuation Procedures

Background. Evacuation constitutes the most fundamental strategy in the response to a humanitarian disaster. Key among the factors impeding evacuation is the unique traffic patterns that arise due to the sudden surge in travel demand, which contravene nominal traveller behaviour. Read more
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