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Developing Net Zero Solutions for UK Shipbuilding and Infrastructure Operations

At a critical time of supporting net zero for climate emergency factors this project will undertake to investigate and develop solutions to support net zero outcomes for the UK shipbuilding sector and supporting infrastructure. Read more

PhD in Intelligent Thermal Management System for High Performance Electric Vehicles

Motivation – Temperature is a crucial influencing factor on Electric Vehicle (EV) performance (power delivery, drive comfort and range) as well as the battery pack performance (health, power and capacity). Read more

Development of resilient batteries : 3D tomography of electrode cracking mechanisms, and methods for mitigation

This EPSRC studentship is an exciting opportunity to work with the NanoLAB group at The University of Sheffield, the Faraday Institution FutureCAT project and industrial partners to determine the evolution/degradation of batteries in 3D using advanced tomographic methodologies. Read more

Physics-informed Machine Learning Modelling for Multi-scale Building Energy Systems with Enhanced Accuracy and Interpretability

UCL's Energy Institute. and. Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering. are seeking applications for a fully funded Studentship on topic in “Physics-informed Machine Learning Modelling for Multi-scale Building Energy Systems with Enhanced Accuracy and Interpretability”. Read more

Automatic Digital Twin for Critical Nuclear Island Components Through Novel Machining Data Acquisition

In this project, you will work on a new technique to create digital twin data during machining. You will develop the technique further and work with multinational companies to apply it to critical components in the nuclear sector. Read more

Engineering Doctorate (EngD): New exhaust gas clean up systems for the combustion of new, low carbon fuels in heavy duty engines

As a company, Eminox’s global strategy is to develop exhaust after-treatment systems (EATS) for on-road, non-road mobile machinery (NRMM), rail, marine and power generation internal combustion engines (ICE) that will eventually adopt Carbon-Free Alternative Fuels such as NH. Read more

GREENCDT Developing an approach for zero power reactor experiment of thermal molten salt reactor

This project will primarily be based at The University of Liverpool. Molten Salt Reactors (MSRs) are a next-generation nuclear reactor technology outlined by Generation IV International Forum, fulfilling sustainability, economics, safety, and proliferation resistance goals. Read more

GREENCDT Application of advanced simulation tools for multiphysics evaluation of the SMR cores

This project will primarily be based at The University of Liverpool. Nuclear energy is currently the only very low carbon technology which can deliver energy 24/7 on demand which will be a key for the successful transformation into a future net-zero society. Read more

Advanced optical wireless communications based on deep-ultraviolet micro-LEDs

Start date. 1 October 2022. Duration. 3.5yrs. Description. ‘Micro-LED’ is a revolutionary form of electronic visual display technology, which is semiconductor-based and utilises very high densities of micron-sized LED pixels. Read more

Modelling biochar-colloids fate and transport in the subsurface

Groundwater and soil pollution is a cause of concern for drinking-water sources, as toxic chemicals continue to contaminate subsurface reservoirs via wastewater, agricultural runoff, storm water, air pollution, and polluted soils. Read more

Recruitment of 15 Faraday Institution PhD researchers for October 2022 start

The Faraday Institution is funding a number of its partner universities to recruit 15 talented individuals to become part of its PhD training programme in October 2022 and join the existing 56-strong PhD researcher group. Read more

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