About the Project
The fully funded PhD candidate will work as a member of the Liverpool Logistics, Offshore and Marine Research Institute (LOOM) within the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). The LOOM has been actively engaged in niche and unique research in marine, offshore, and transport studies for more than 20 years. LOOM focuses on two main research areas: i) Design, manufacturing, and operation of large maritime engineering systems, and ii) Logistics optimisation modelling (https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/research/centres-and-institutes/faculty-of-engineering-and-technology-research-institute/loom). LOOM has strong connections with several government and industrial organisations in the UK.
The studentship is available for UK/EU applicants, on any or a combination of the following research areas:
1. Green shipping.
2. Life cycle assessment and environmental protection in marine operations.
3. Marine systems design based on remanufacturing.
4. Renewable energy and/or waste management in shipping.
Applicants should have a minimum 2:1 degree or Master’s degree in a related subject, and committed to study a full time PhD. If you are interested in applying and have any questions about the suitability of your degree and experience, please feel free to contact us.
Official applications should be made via LJMU’s online application process using the following link: https://uaf.ljmu.ac.uk/. Please be sure to quote the reference LOOM/JW/HP/001 and the particular area of your research interest in your application. Please also provide a one-page research proposal and a full CV.
The closing date for applications is Friday 30th November 2020.
Informal enquires about the position and requests for further information should be directed to the research team using the email address, Dr. Eddie Blanco-Davis: [Email Address Removed]
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