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University of Southampton Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 27 University of Southampton Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 27 University of Southampton Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Imaging Quantum Materials with an XFEL

Supervisory Team.   Professor Marcus Newton. Project description. Quantum materials can often exhibit novel and multifunctional properties due to strong coupling between lattice, charge, spin and orbital degrees of freedom. Read more

Three-dimensional mapping of mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal systems from electromagnetic data

Project Rationale . High-temperature hydrothermal circulation at mid-ocean ridges accounts for 30% of heat exchange between the Earth's interior and the deep ocean, controls global geochemical cycles, forms valuable seafloor mineral deposits and nourishes chemosynthetic life forms. Read more

Reconciling geotechnical and seismic data to accelerate green energy developments offshore

Project Rationale. Society faces two critical challenges. 1) increasing energy demand and 2) effects of climate change. These challenges require decarbonisation of the energy system by increasing the use of renewable and clean resources, and implementation of CO. Read more

Ocean circulation and the Southern Ocean carbon sink

Project Rationale. The aim of this project is to determine how ocean circulation interacts with the “remineralisation” of sinking organic matter to set the efficiency of the Southern Ocean carbon sink. Read more

The oceanic fingerprints on changing monsoons over South and Southeast Asia

Project Rationale. Increasing severity of floods and droughts under climate change are a major societal challenge. As moisture fluxes increase in a warming climate, the contrast between wet and dry meteorological regimes, seasons and extreme events amplifies [1]. Read more

Understanding ionospheric dynamics with machine learning

Project Rationale. The Earth’s magnetosphere-ionosphere (M-I) system is a highly dynamic plasma environment which is driven by its interaction with the solar wind through a process called “reconnection”. Read more

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