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  Electrocatalysis for Energy Conversion and Storage
  Prof A Cuesta Ciscar
Applications accepted all year round
Electrochemistry allows to convert chemical energy directly into electrical energy, and vice versa, with high efficiency and, therefore, electrochemical systems are excellent candidates to store energy from renewables and convert it back into work when needed.
  Decommissioning Decision Support System - National Decommissioning Centre
  Dr A Maheri, Prof A Ivanovic, Prof W Vasconcelos
Application Deadline: 24 April 2019
Decommissioning of offshore structures involves many event-driven processes, each with significant technical and operational challenges, and involving decision making.
  High temperature thermodynamics of Portland cement
  Dr M N Campbell-Bannerman, Dr P Kechagiopoulos
Application Deadline: 1 June 2019
Cement is the most ubiquitous product after drinking water, with 4.1B tons produced in 2017 alone, enough for half a ton per person per year worldwide.
  Development of an innovative techno-economic model for European biorefineries producing biofuels and chemicals
  Dr K Chong
Applications accepted all year round
Finding the most efficient way to process biomass is becoming increasingly important as competition for feedstocks increases due to the development of the bio-based industry within Europe.
  Developing aesthetic heuristics to leverage more ‘insightful’ data visualisations for better business decisions.
  Dr F Carroll, Dr E Chew
Application Deadline: 8 May 2019
The way data is displayed can drastically change the understanding of the data and the decisions being made from this data. With a few exceptions, data has no natural visualisation so important choices have to be made about how it should be displayed.
  Enhancing the stability of organic solar cells based on non-fullerene acceptors
  Dr Z Li
Application Deadline: 30 September 2019
The successful candidate will work on a research project financially supported by EPSRC through the recently awarded “StableSolar-NFA” grant, in close research collaboration with leading universities including in particular Imperial College London, Cambridge University and Swansea University, as well as industrial partners including in particular Eight 19 and NSG.
  Fate of the residual elements from coal injection during ironmaking processes
  Dr R Marsh
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
TATA Steel Europe inject coals in their blast furnaces to replace coke which helps improve the process control and decrease the production costs.
  Highly Efficient Integration of Lithium Batteries to Improve Reliability and Power Density of WBG-based Medium Voltage Direct Current Converters
  Prof N Jenkins, Dr W Ming
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Emerging wide bandgap semiconductors (WBG) offer an opportunity to significantly improve the performance of power electronics converters by increasing switching frequency and reducing losses.
  3D Nanostructured Thermoelectric Materials
  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
  Dr S Ladak, Prof G Min
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The world’s energy consumption is reaching 16 terawatts and is predicted to triple by 2050 [1]. Meeting this huge demand along with great concerns over climate change has now led to an urgency for the development of cleaner and renewable energy sources.
  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: 30 April 2019
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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