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H2S Removal from Natural Gas


Project Description

Project Description
A 4-year project for doctoral studies is offered to support the application of highly motivated graduates willing to pursue their PhD studies. The project will be undertaken within the Silesian University of Technology, Chemical Engineering & Process Design Department, Gliwice-Poland, crystallization group. The University consistently ranks among the top most prestigious technical universities in Poland. The successful applicant will join an established experimental group working on crystallization.
  
Background of the Project
  Raw natural gas may contain several compounds such as water vapour, hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen and others. This project aims to remove H2S from NG using various methods and techniques. The successful candidate is expected to perform theoretical and experimental work.

Application process
  Submit your Curriculum vitae, full academic records including achieved grades and a motivation letter by email to Prof. Janusz Wojcik ().
Closing date for applications: Applications accepted all year round.
 
We would like to encourage application from women seeking to progress their academic careers.

Funding Notes

Successful applicants will receive a scholarship which covers tuition fees and maintenance fees. You are required to have a very good or above BSc and MSc degree (or equivalent) from a recognised institution in a suitable engineering discipline, preferably chemical engineering. CFD simulation experience would be an advantage

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