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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

Study in English at a top 100 university

We believe that excellence starts with people. Together with our international students and world-renowned scholars, we create a community that strives for innovative thinking, study and research. Read more

PhD Studentship in materials and characterisation tools for electrochemical hydrogen production (electrolysis)

Vacancy information. The Department of Chemical Engineering at University College London (UCL) is seeking a student to work on an industrially linked PhD project studying materials for electrochemical hydrogen conversion (electrolysis). Read more

13 doctoral researcher positions in the DFG-funded Research Training Group Dimensions of Constructional Space

 The DFG-funded Research Training Group Dimensions of Constructional Space at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg is looking for 13 doctoral researchers to work on a variety of projects within the Construction Grammar framework. Read more

Modelling the unique viscoelastic properties of graphene oxide dispersions and their flow phenomena

Graphene oxide (GO) dispersions in water form a strongly interacting fluid-particle system. The GO flakes, which are 1 nm thick and have an aspect ratio of 100 – 10000, interact with both the water and each other through strong hydrogen bonding and electrostatic forces. Read more

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