We have 17 Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 17 Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Structural health monitoring of wind turbines exposed to atmospheric turbulence

​​Climate change and net-zero policies across the globe are urgently promoting the need for renewable energies [1]. In the UK alone, for every extra GWh of energy produced by wind, we can prevent the emission of 450 tonnes of carbon yearly [2]. Read more

Payments for cold weather and wellbeing

  Research Group: School of Management
The UK Government provides a “Cold Weather Payment” to people receiving certain benefits. The payment is triggered whenever the temperature in the person’s home location falls below zero degrees Celsius (or is forecast to be below zero) for seven consecutive days. Read more

Climate change resilience of global supply chains

  Research Group: School of Management
Climate change is posing significant challenges to global supply chains that they need to respond to multifaceted challenges. Supply chains need to be resilient to climate-change related disruptions such as floods, draughts, hurricanes, fires, and extreme temperatures (Ali et al., 2023). Read more

Artificial Optical Nervous System

Supervisory Team: Ali Masoudi & Gilberto Brambilla. Project description. The study of the mechanical properties of any large, complex structures such as a space launch vehicle or Earth’s crust relies on a large array of sophisticated and, often, expensive sensors. Read more

How is climate change affecting atmospheric turbulence?

Atmospheric turbulence is the leading cause of weather-related aircraft accidents and. incidents. It injures hundreds of passengers and flight attendants annually, costs the aviation. Read more

Polymer Processing in a Circular Plastics Economy

The Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub within the Department of Materials at the University of Manchester and housed in the Henry Royce Institute is seeking enthusiastic and collaborative polymer chemists or engineers to develop the next generation of sustainable polymers. Read more

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