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Latest Energy Technologies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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A study of rolling contact fatigue in electric vehicles (EVs)

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Ling Wang and Prof. Andy Cruden. Project description. Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship studying the influence of electoral current on rolling element bearings in electricial vehicles (EVs). Read more

Experimental Studies on Quench of HTS High Field Magnets

Supervisory Team.   Yifeng Yang. Project description. Next-generation High Field Superconducting Magnets. Superconducting magnets are the primary worldwide application of superconductivity. Read more

Synthesis and characterisation of MOF-MXene composites for sustainability applications

Supervisory Team.   Dr Darren Bradshaw and Dr Nuno Bimbo. Project description. A fully-funded 4 year PhD studentship in materials chemistry is available at the University of Southampton within the Functional Inorganic, Materials and Supramolecular research group. Read more

Studentship: Wake modelling of offshore wind turbines in non-neutral atmosphere

The inevitability of climate change1 and net–zero policies across the globe are urgently promoting the need for renewable energies – wind energy is so far the most cost effective – hence, its production will have to increase drastically in the next decade2. Read more

High Efficiency Perovskite Tandem Solar Cells

The drive towards Net-Zero, has led to a growing need for the development of renewable energy harvesting/storage technologies with photovoltaics being expected to play a key role. Read more

Fusion fuel cycle modelling for tritium inventory quantification

This PhD project is a collaboration between University of Surrey (UoS) and the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA). Fusion, the process that powers the Sun, can play a big part in our low-carbon energy future. Read more

PhD studentship in Catalysis and Machine Learning

Introduction. Transition to net zero demands replacement of non-renewable resources with renewable alternatives. In the chemical industry, a promising solution is to substitute petroleum for annually renewable and non-edible organic matter (“biomass”). Read more

Modular and industrialised solutions for building retrofit

More than 85% of the 2050 building stock is already built and almost all will require some form of retrofit/renovation in order to meet global carbon emissions reductions goals. Read more

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