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Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 49 Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 49 Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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Improving building sustainability using Data Mining and Machine Learning technologies

Fast development and growth in the digital technologies have facilitated the emergence of internet-connected occupant wearing sensors and other similar sensory devices in the physical built environment. Read more
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Big Data for Big Decisions – Application of Predictive Data Analytics for Front-end Decision-making in Transportation Megaprojects

The global investment in infrastructure megaprojects is at an all-time high. However, despite the availability of various cost and schedule estimating techniques, transportation megaprojects, in particular, are renowned for having significant delays and cost overruns. Read more

PhD Scholarships at Edinburgh College of Art – Art, Design, Architecture & Landscape Architecture, Music, History of Art

At Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) we’re looking for outstanding candidates to take up a number of generous PhD scholarships. We have a rich and vibrant postgraduate research community with a broad range of academic research interests. Read more
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Assessment and implementation of circular economy in construction moving towards net zero and beyond

Resource constraints, competitiveness and environmental considerations are accelerating the shift towards a zero waste economy. The built environment (infrastructure and energy used in buildings) contributes around 45% of the UK’s total carbon emissions; with cement totalling 8% of the global total emissions. Read more
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Healthy ageing, intersectionality and place

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
The UN has announced that 2021-30 is the decade of healthy ageing and the UK Government has identified the ageing population as one of its Grand Challenges, aiming to ensure that people can enjoy at least five extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035. Read more
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Intersectionality, access and participation in urban environments

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
Intersectional frameworks are increasingly gaining recognition as essential for analysing the ways in which longstanding and deeply entrenched racialized and gendered inequalities operate to privilege or disadvantage some groups of people over others than approaches which only focus on a single dimension of inequality (e.g. Read more

Department of Social Sciences (Advert Reference: RDF22/ADSS/SOCIALSCIENCES)

Contact for queries relating to these funded studentships. Dr Ruth Lewis ruth.lewis@northumbria.ac.uk. Social Sciences at Northumbria is comprised of Criminology, Policing, Politics and International Relations, and Sociology. Read more

CIDER: Crowd-based Intelligent Design of EnviRonment

  Research Group: School of Computing
The large population of the area leads to transportation systems often running over capacity, putting managers, operators and transport planners under pressure to ensure that overcrowding does not endanger the safety of passengers and that vital transport links do not break down due to crowd congestion. Read more

Integrated Governance of the Sustainable Development Goals within City Regions (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/LHRM/HOPE)

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) recognise the role of cities in achieving sustainable development. However, these agendas were agreed and signed by national governments and thus implementing them at the local level requires a process of adaptation or localisation (Valencia et al., 2019). Read more

Rural Housing Demand and Rural Economic Change (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/EIS/BOSWORTH)

Counterurbanisation has been associated with significant rural economic change, stimulating increased attention on the impact of in-migrant commuters and retirees on rural social geography (Lowe and Ward, 2009). Read more

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