To be considered for the project, candidates must:
• Possess an upper second (2.1) UK BEng Hons or MEng degree in a relevant engineering or numerate scientific discipline.
• Have demonstrable skills and interests in energy and transportation systems
• Have skills and understanding of Matlab or similar
• Be a UK or eligible EU national and adhere to Research Council (RCUK) eligibility criteria
Expertise in electrical power systems research related to transport would also be preferable.
Full time fully funded 3 year PhD studentship that is part of the University of Strathclyde’s strategic research collaboration on Arnold Clark 2030.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 59.20
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