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  Power Transfer Methods for Inductively Coupled 3-D ICs
  Dr V Pavlidis
Applications accepted all year round

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The advent of Internet of Things (IoT) has created novel opportunities for integrated systems.
  Combined effects of electromechanical and thermal stresses on power cables for offshore renewable energy
  Dr T Andritsch
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019

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Supervisor. Thomas Andritsch. Co-supervisor. James Pilgrim. Project description. In 2018 the UK power industry has managed to generate more than 30% of electrical power from renewables, the majority of this coming from wind turbines.
  Renewable Integration in Power Systems: Challenges in Estimation and Control
  Research Group: Electrical Power Engineering
  Dr AK Singh
Application Deadline: 23 August 2019

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A fully-funded 3-year PhD studentship on Renewable Integration in Power Systems at the University of Southampton, a top university for Electrical Power Engineering in the UK and worldwide.
  Power Converter for Superconducting Network - Exploring and design power converter operating at cryogenic temperature between 20K and 100K
  Dr X Pei
Application Deadline: 16 June 2019

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High-temperature superconductor has great potential for widespread application in energy networks. Superconducting network is particular attractive for electric aircraft because superconductor material offers high current density, low loss, lightweight and small volume.
  Power Management Methodologies for IoT Edge Devices
  Dr V Pavlidis
Applications accepted all year round

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Internet of Things (IoT) applications interact with the physical world through a multitude of sensors and actuators. These sensors and actuators require appropriate power supply which is different from the power supply used in microcontrollers (MCU) and processor architectures.
  Development of Novel Functional Intermediate Layers for Power Electronics Integration - Ref: CL2UF2018
  Prof C Liu
Application Deadline: 3 May 2020

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Power electronics are widely used in electric and hybrid vehicles (EHV), aerospace crafts, renewable power components and traction control systems.
  PhD Studentship in Integrated thin-film power generation technology for supporting full-life monitoring of IoT products
  Dr W Yang
Application Deadline: 28 June 2019

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Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2019 for 4 years. Overview.
  Energy Management of Hybrid AC/DC Microgrids
  Research Group: Communication and Networks
  Dr G Mokryani
Applications accepted all year round

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Microgrids are small, self-controlled systems embedding distributed energy resources and loads, which can be operated in either grid-connected or islanded mode.
  Small Power for Big Things: Micro-Thermoelectric Generator powering Internet of Things
  Dr R Huang
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019

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Supervisor. Dr Ruomeng Huang. Co-supervisor. Prof. Kees de Groot. Project description. A prestigious three-year fully funded PhD studentship is available in the Sustainable Electronic Technologies Research Group (SET) in the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS).
  Infrared Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) cell for power generation and energy harvesting
  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
  Dr M Kesaria, Prof G Min, Prof D Huffaker
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Limited energy resources and pressures of global warming require industry to reduce its net-energy or “carbon footprint”. Given that >60% of energy in manufacturing is wasted as heat has triggered interest in thermal-energy scavenging for temperatures.
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