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The University of Manchester Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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(EPSRC DTG) Metal-Organic Frameworks for Clean Air: A comprehensive EPR study

Ammonia (NH. 3. ) and nitrogen dioxide (NO. 2. ) are harmful air pollutants due to their highly corrosive and toxic nature. One strategy to mitigate air pollution is to use porous materials that are capable to adsorb and further convert these atmospheric pollutants into useful chemicals for industry. Read more

Designing catalytic pyrolysis of biomass for green hydrogen production

  Research Group: Catalysis and Porous Materials
We welcome applications for this fully funded PhD studentship project from highly motivated candidates interested in advancing technology towards Net Zero goals through development of green hydrogen production routes. Read more

Hybrid coatings for corrosion protection of light alloys

We welcome applications from candidates to work with our interdisciplinary and collaborative team on a project on the development of hybrid coatings for active corrosion protection of light alloys. Read more

Regulation of cell division by mechanical force in 3D tissue environments

The cells and tissues of our bodies are constantly being pushed and pulled and it is vital that they sense and respond to these mechanical forces appropriately to maintain normal tissue function1. Read more

EngD and PhD Studentships: Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Innovation in Non-Destructive evaluation (FIND-CDT)

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Innovation in Non-Destructive evaluation (FIND) is a partnership between a group of leading universities (Bristol, Imperial College London, Manchester, Nottingham, Strathclyde and Warwick) offering a 4-year industrially-linked doctoral training programme designed to launch you into an engineering career. Read more

Investigation of Greenhouse Gas Alternatives for Electrical Insulation

Manchester is home to one of the largest electrical and electronic engineering departments in the country. Our High Voltage Laboratory makes us a place renowned for applied research, a place ranked in the top three UK universities for research impact. Read more

Lanthanide Silica Based Chelates for Molecular Upconversion

Upconversion of near infra-red light to visible light mediated by lanthanide ions is rapidly emerging as an important phenomenon with many applications in materials and biological sciences, including quantum sensing technologies, solar cells, IR quantum counters and biomedical imaging, amongst others. Read more

GREENCDT Atomistic modelling retention and transport of tritium in lithium for fusion breeder applications

Future fusion power reactors such as the UK’s STEP reactor, due to begin construction in the next 10 years, will require the tritium fuel to be generated (bred), extracted, separated, and regenerated into new fueling (either pellets or gas) prior to (re-)introduction into the fusion core. Read more

A social practice perspective on future water demand challenges in England 2040 and 2050.

Do you want to make a real difference to society and the environment? In this PhD, co-funded by the University of Manchester and Northumbrian Water, you will help to improve the company’s water efficiency strategy and the assumptions that underpin water industry demand forecasting. Read more

Water in the UK: Changing patterns of water use in high-use households

Do you want to make a real difference to society and the environment? In this PhD, co-funded by the University of Manchester and Northumbrian Water, you will help to improve the company’s water efficiency strategy and support the water industry develop novel socio-technical interventions that are capable of securing future water supplies. Read more

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