Imperial College London Featured PhD Programmes
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Environmental Engineering (energy efficiency) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 15 Environmental Engineering (energy efficiency) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 15 Environmental Engineering (energy efficiency) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Water, electricity, and climate change

Please note. there is no funding attached to this project. The successful applicant will be expected to provide the funding for tuition fees and living expenses, via external sponsorship or self-funding. Read more

A pressure governing approach for modelling of variable flow systems in Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools

Heating and cooling distribution systems are the most common parts of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) systems, which account for a significant portion of energy used in HVAC&R systems. Read more

4-Year PhD Studentship in Deployment pathways, technological options, and potential impacts of increasing demand for cooling in UK dwellings

UCL Energy Institute. in partnership with BEIS are seeking applications for a fully funded Studentship on topic in “Deployment pathways, technological options, and potential impacts of increasing demand for cooling in UK dwellings”. Read more

Thermo-Fluids Optimization Research for Clean Energy (T-FORCE)

Funded PhD position in Sustainable Energy. Position Description. The School of Sustainable Energy Engineering (SEE) is now accepting applications for an exciting opportunity to pursue a PhD. Read more

Cost and efficiency focused optimisation of domestic waste water heat recovery application

  Research Group: Engineering Analysis Simulation and Tribology Research Group
Research Group. Future Cities Research Network. Engineering Analysis Simulation and Tribology Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Read more

The thermodynamic limits to IC engine efficiency

The internal combustion engine (ICE) has been the dominant technology used in road transport for almost a century. Despite the increasing use of all-electric powertrains, the ICE will be used widely across the world for a variety of motive power applications for decades to come. Read more

Innovate surface treatment and coatings for thermal power plant components

Aim. To improve the performance and life span of components used in power plants by means of surface treatment and coatings to understand the failure mechanisms induced by thermal cycling, corrosion and wear. Read more

PhD Studentship in High-Performance Drive Inverter for ultra fast electric machines

Vacancy Information. The electrification of road transport plays a crucial and growing role in the achievement of UK decarbonisation targets, energy security and efficiency, and sustainable economic growth. Read more

EngD in Assessment of the Environmental Impact of Residual and Critical Elements in Steel: Removal, Recovery and Substitution

  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Metallic Systems is a partnership between industry partners and the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester and the I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dublin. Read more

Developing Dynamic CFD Models to Understand Tidal Device Performance Under Various Control Strategies.

3 Years Start 1st April 2021, 1st July 2021, 1st October 2021 and January 2022. Tidal devices have been known to be subjected to extreme loading events brought about through the interaction of dynamic flow artefacts and the complex task of controlling tidal devices for optimal power extraction. Read more

New methods of carbon capture using green materials

The Paris Agreement set the goal of limiting the post-industrial global temperature increase to 1.5 °C and reducing the impact of point-source emitters of contributing greenhouse gases is essential in realising this ambition. Read more
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