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University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University PhD opportunities in Net Zero Maritime Energy Solutions (N0MES)

We are looking for PhD candidates interested in addressing real-world sustainability issues facing the UK and beyond. Our projects are diverse, multidisciplinary and driven by scientific endeavour, national priorities and industry need.

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About The Centre

With the support of the University of Liverpool (UoL), Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and 33 maritime energy sector partners, N0MES you will be pursuing new, engineering-centred, interdisciplinary research to address vital net zero challenges.

Theme A: Energy generation using maritime-based renewable energy (e.g. offshore wind, tidal, wave, floating solar, hydrogen, CCS)

Theme B: Distributing energy from offshore to onshore, including port- and hinterland-side impacts and opportunities

Theme C: Addressing the short- and long-term environmental impacts of offshore and maritime environment renewable energy generation, distribution and storage

Theme D: Decommissioning and lifetime extension of existing energy and facilities

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ABOUT THE ROLE

All posts are full-time 4 year PhD projects fully-funded at EPSRC standard stipend rates (currently £18,901 p/a). All N0MES researchers will undertake a 1-year PGDip based at the University of Liverpool. Once completed successfully, you will progress onto your PhD project based at either UoL or LJMU.

Current vacancies are listed here.

To apply please complete the postgraduate application process at the relevant institution (listed after the project title):

University of Liverpool

Liverpool John Moores

Please ensure you quote the project title on your application and indicate that it is a PhD funded through the N0MES CDT.

Please ensure you include a personal statement that addresses the 5 points given in the N0MES Personal Statement pro forma. This information will be used in the selection and shortlisting process for potential interview.

Once completed, please email a copy of your application to the N0MES CDT at N0MESCDT@liverpool.ac.uk

Good luck with your application! We look forward to receiving it.

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Plasma-assisted ammonia production for carbon-free marine fuelsDetails
Toward Net Zero Energy: Design of Alloy Catalyst for Direct Seawater ElectrolysisDetails
Advanced Manufacturing of a Large Scale Hydrogen Fuel CellDetails
Advancing maritime renewable energy through hydrogen and alternative fuel generationDetails
Bio-Guard: Innovative Biofouling Solutions for Buoyancy MaterialsDetails
Enhancing maritime situational awareness for autonomous shippingDetails
Optimizing Low-Carbon Fuels Shipping in Global Energy Supply ChainsDetails
Port City Particulates: Exploring the Intersection of Indoor Air Quality, Human Behaviour, Public Health and Maritime Net Zero StrategiesDetails
Pure-Flow: Innovative Forward Osmosis Membranes for Sustainable DesalinationDetails
Resilience Assessment and Optimization of Global Maritime Transportation NetworksDetails
Synergising technological innovation and human competence for safe MASS operationsDetails
Transitioning the Shipbuilding and Repair Sector to Net Zero: A Systemic Analysis of Carbon Impact.Details
3D modelling of subsea jet trenching and its sediment plume impactsDetails
Two-phase modelling of flocculation process due to offshore installations in coastal watersDetails
Asset-scale nowcasting of the impact of scour on coastal electricity transmission infrastructureDetails
Impact of flooding and erosion from extreme rainfall on EDF’s fleet of nuclear power stationsDetails
Maritime autonomy for safe, fuel efficient port operationsDetails
Nature-based protection of coastal electricity assets: Optimal design of Coir in combating coastal erosion through habitat restorationDetails
Real-time risk assessment of meteorological hazards to coastal energy infrastructureDetails
Towards a Net Zero Future: Marine spatial planning for maritime renewable energy installationsDetails

WHY LIVERPOOL?

City Attractions

Both UoL and LJMU campuses are located in the heart of the thriving and world-famous City of Liverpool attracting students from far and wide. It boasts more galleries than any other city outside London, it has an unrivalled nightlife scene and hosts a range of exciting annual events. Voted the Student Crowd’s best student city for 2023, Liverpool is an excellent city for students to grow. Renowned for its warmth, liveliness, and diverse array of social and cultural attractions, Liverpool is a hugely popular choice for students year on year.

Liverpool offers all the benefits of a large city, but with the advantage of easy, commutable access to areas of great natural beauty, including coastal locations and numerous country parks across the city and in the Wirral peninsula. The city also has two leading Premier League football clubs as well as being the proud host of the Grand National and boasts two internationally acclaimed golf courses, Royal Birkdale and Royal Liverpool.

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