A four-year PhD studentship is available to work on the AI tools for developing sustainable chemistry solutions. The project is funded by International Collaborative Centre for Sustainable Chemistry (ISC3: http://www.isc3.org). The project is envisaged as a collaboration with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (www.cisl.cam.ac.uk, Dr Polina Yaseneva), which will provide the industry focus on the application of the developed tools in evaluation of sustainable bio-resource use for manufacture of chemicals. The project student will be associated with SynTech CDT (www.ch.cam.ac.uk/syntech-cdt/) and will have access to all CDT training courses and events.
The studentship is expected to start in October 2020. To apply for this studentship, please submit a formal application for admission to study Chemical Engineering via the University’s Graduate Admissions Office (https://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/), noting Prof Lapkin as the prospective supervisor and quoting reference NQ21539 in the research proposal.
Full scholarship (fees+stipend) is only available to EU/UK eligible candidates.