About the Project
The PhD project is available in this important, topical and rewarding field of research and will include:
• Radioactive and toxic waste immobilisation - novel host materials and processes. These include glass, glass-ceramic and ceramic development as host materials for these dangerous wastes
Students will join Prof. Bingham’s large and vibrant research group within MERI, and will have the opportunity to work in an enjoyable multi-disciplinary environment with access to state-of-the-art analytical and research equipment. Students will also be supported in their personal and professional development, and will be given opportunities to present results at conferences and engage in external links with the group’s UK, European and global collaborators and partners.
Your PhD project will be tailored to meet your personal ambitions and aspirations - please contact Prof. Bingham and we can discuss your interests and goals, and together we can shape a PhD project that is both exciting and challenging, with the potential to deliver real-world impact.
The Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) is a dynamic interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to addressing industrial problems through the application of fundamental science and engineering. For information about MERI please visit https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/specialisms/materials-and-engineering-research-institute
Application deadline: applicants accepted all year round with enrolments during September, February (January on website) and May
Duration: 4 years full time, 7 years part time
For information about how to apply, entry requirements, tuition fees and other costs please visit View Website
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