The GREEN CDT is a consortium of the five universities of Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield, which aims to train the next generation of expert nuclear scientists and engineers.
Undertake a fully-funded, four-year Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) PhD in GREEN (Growing skills for Reliable Economic Energy from Nuclear) and take your place among the next generation of nuclear experts.
Not since the 1950s has there been a more exciting time to work within the field of nuclear science and engineering. The Nuclear Sector Deal was published in 2018 and the industry is witnessing heavy investment.
While the decommissioning of legacy nuclear sites around the country continues to drive forward, ongoing investment is being made in both new nuclear build and small modular reactors. Nuclear will be an essential component in the country’s efforts to meet climate change targets; but to remain at the forefront of the industry the UK needs new Subject Matter Experts (SMEs).
GREEN will provide both academic- and industry-based research partnerships. A taught programme of learning, secondment opportunities, industrial co-supervision and a fully industry-based PhD project will shape you into the SME the nuclear industry needs.
This growing sector has an acute need for skilled nuclear scientists and engineers. Working alongside our 12 industry partners and in partnership with four more of the country’s leading nuclear universities, you will gain a deep theoretical and practical knowledge of nuclear fission and fusion for energy.
|Bubble growth and gaseous release dynamics within viscoelastic waste sludges||Details|
|Developing a Novel High Frequency Resonator Rheometer||Details|
|Development of flow and settling correlations for the transport of nuclear slurries in partially-filled pipes||Details|
|Improving the understanding of Gadolinium for use in Neutron Detectors||Details|
|Licensing Small Modular Reactor in the UK||Details|
|Optimal cutting, grasping and packing of irregular-shaped tokamak waste components||Details|
|Resolving reaction mechanisms, kinetics and mass transport in radionuclide-loaded geopolymer cement wasteforms||Details|
|SILVER: SIte LeVEl Reference Class Forecasting||Details|
|Strength and surface microstructure of additively manufactured metal components, both as manufactured and after the impact of radiation/corrosion environmental factors||Details|
|Understanding the effects of natural SCMs in cementitious grouts designed for the safe disposal of nuclear wastes||Details|
GREEN delivers comprehensive doctoral training across the whole fission fuel cycle, in addition to allied areas of fusion.
The programme has a focus on:
Applicants should be from the UK/EU. You should have obtained or be about to obtain a First or Upper Second class UK honours degree, or an overseas equivalent. The degree should be in a relevant area of science or engineering.
If you would like to apply for an CDT PhD in GREEN (Growing skills for Reliable Economic Energy from Nuclear), please send your CV across to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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