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nuclear waste PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 20 nuclear waste PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Nanobubbles for the volume and yield stress reduction of organic-laden radioactive sludges - PhD

This exciting fully funded PhD, with an enhanced stipend of £24,000 per annum, will focus on the application of nanobubbles to support waste management at the UKs designated nuclear waste management site for civil power generation and experimental fuels. Read more

Wireless Powered LoRa Through-Wall Indoor Nuclear (LoRa-TWIN) Monitoring in Decommissioning Environments

Indoor remote wireless sensing provides a paradigm shift in monitoring and managing nuclear assets more efficiently and effectively offering the possibility to collect real-time information with minimal human interventions in hazardous environments. Read more

Fully-funded PhD Studentship in The Corrosion of Magnox Spent Nuclear Fuel

The safe storage of the UK’s nuclear legacy is one of the key aims for Sellafield. Part of that legacy, Magnox reactors were fuelled using uranium metal rods clad in a magnesium-aluminium alloy. Read more

Next-Generation Low-Carbon Cement Wasteforms for Safe Disposal of Radioactive Waste

In the UK, over 150,000m3 of radioactive waste (enough to fill 60 Olympic size swimming pools) has been produced to date. Most of this radioactive waste needs conditioning by encapsulating it in cement to prevent release to the biosphere. Read more

Elucidating Steel Corrosion Rates in High-salinity Groundwater - A Multi-technique Approach

This exciting CDT/PhD project is centred on elucidating the corrosion rate of steel and stainless steel when exposure to high-salinity groundwater environments, relevant to deep geological disposal conditions. Read more

Environmental fate of radioactive ‘hot particles’ in marine and terrestrial systems: A biogeochemical study

Objectives. Develop an understanding of how nuclear fuel ‘hot particles’ degrade in marine and terrestrial environments. Utilise a range of advanced analysis techniques to study fuel particles, both synthetic (produced in the lab) and genuine (collected from the field). Read more

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