About the Project
Our research focuses on understanding the chemistry that underpins advanced energy devices and how this knowledge can be used to unlock a new generation of energy storage technologies. The target is to enable alternative, sustainable technologies that can supersede internal combustion systems and lithium-ion batteries. Our approach to address these challenges combines materials chemistry and electrochemistry and is delivered in collaboration with leading stakeholders in the energy storage sector.
The project is funded through the Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen. The CDT offers a multidisciplinary training program including entrepreneurial, project and management skills. The CDT provides opportunities to undertake research in industry and to visit our international research partners. Researchers are also supported and encouraged to present their work at international meetings. There are also opportunities to inspire the next generation of hydrogen innovators, through outreach activities with schools and to learn more about the influence science and engineering can have on policy and policymakers at both a local and national level. The CDT studentship covers UK/EU tuition fees and provides a tax-free stipend of up to £16,909 per annum.
To apply, please email Dr Lee Johnson ([Email Address Removed]). https://www.johnsonenergylab.com/
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