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University of Warwick, School of Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Computational Design of Nanomaterials for Energy
  Dr N Neophytou
Applications accepted all year round

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The project. Nanotechnology offers exciting new possibilities for the design of new materials with desired, ‘engineered’, properties.
  Designing a non-thermal plasma reactor for catalytic reactions
  Prof E Rebrov
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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The laboratory for Energy Intensified Reactor Engineering, together with several academic and industrial partners, performs an ongoing research on application of novel structured catalysts in flow reactors.
  Liquid-phase adsorption studies of the catalysis foundations
  Dr N Cherkasov
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019

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The project. Catalysis underpins most of the chemical industry and creates shortcuts in the reaction pathways by forming energetically-favourable reaction intermediates.
  PhD Studentship: Seismic behaviour of FRP-confined rubberised concrete elements
  Dr R Garcia
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019

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The project. Worldwide tyre production is about 3 billion units/year and it is estimated that for every tyre placed in the market, another tyre reaches its service life and becomes ‘waste’.
  PhD Studentship:Stainless steel structures in fire: Behaviour, numerical modelling and design
  Dr M Kucukler
Application Deadline: 3 June 2019

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Owing to its combination of excellent corrosion resistance, superior mechanical properties and aesthetic appearance, stainless steel is increasingly being utilised as a structural material, offering sustainable construction with increased design life and low maintenance requirements.
  Plasma-Catalysis Species and Characterisation (OES) for N-Fixation
  Prof V Hessel
Application Deadline: 15 June 2019

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Non-thermal plasma can be applied to N fixation at the examples of NOx synthesis from the air and NH3 synthesis from H2 and N2. Efficient reactor design is essential to improve key performance parameters of the process, which are, first of all, energy efficiency and yield.
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