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  Porous Materials and 2D Materials for Sensors and Electrochemical Energy Conversion
  Prof W Liu
Applications accepted all year round

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Requirements. Candidates with Master degrees or who will get Master degree in 2019 in fields of Physical Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Organic/Polymer Chemistry are strongly encouraged to apply.
  Characterization of honey bee viral infection and replication in honey bee and the mites
  Prof T Kadowaki
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Our research group has studied host-pathogen/parasite interactions underlying various honey bee diseases. The decline of managed honey bee colonies across the globe is highly associated with the parasitic mite infestation as well as virus (DWV) infection.
  Dynamics of mRNA m6A methylome induced by hepatitis B virus X protein and its significance for the pathogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma
  Dr R Rong
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N6-methyaladenosine (m6A) has been identified as the most common internal modification in mRNA in higher eukaryotes. Recent studies suggest that m6A modification plays significant and broad roles in various physiological processes that might be linked to human diseases, such as cancers.
  A system dynamic model for assessing environmental benefits from recycling construction waste during construction stage
  Dr J Li Hao, Dr C Zhang, Dr F GUO, Dr D Chow
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Applications are invited from suitably-qualified candidates to work on a funded doctoral research project in the department of Civil Engineering.
  Characterisation of Artificial Aggregates Made from Solid Wastes
  Dr C Seong Chin, Dr J Xia, Dr L Di Sarno
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Concrete is commonly known as the most widely used construction material worldwide for infrastructure development. However, the rapidly developing world and the massive evolution of urban development have caused a massive surge in environmental pollution and depletion of raw materials.
  Cold-formed steel joist and high strength concrete slab composite system
  Dr C Loo
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Composite beam comprising of a composite concrete slab and a steel joist is quite common in the design of long-span buildings and bridges.
  DEM simulations of triaxial behaviour of structural concrete
  Dr G Gong, Dr J Xia, Dr C Loo, Dr S A Galindo Torres
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结构混凝土三轴行为的离散元模拟. The response of concrete at a material level is characterised by a distinctly non-linear stress-strain behav¬iour.
  Effect of Vegetation Patch on Compound Channel Flows
  Dr X Tang, Dr M Li
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Many natural rivers and man-made channels have a compound cross-section, which comprises one deep main channel bounded with one or two shallow floodplains, where various vegetation exists.
  Experimental and analytical investigation on the behavior of masonry strengthened with the use of Textile Reinforced Mortars (TRM’s) subjected to elevated temperatures
  Dr T Krevaikas, Dr R Judge
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The use of Textile Reinforced Mortars (TRM’s) in strengthening of masonry structures is a new and very promising technique which provides sustainable and energy saving solutions in structural repair or upgrading.
  Initiatives for Sustainable Urban Development in China: Focusing on Flooding and Stormwater Management
  Dr C Jun
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With cities getting bigger and climate change threatening to bring more extreme weather, the concept of “sponge cities” has been proposed in China, which is a reimagination of the urban environment where raindrop is captured, controlled and reused.
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