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University of Canterbury PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 6 University of Canterbury PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Design and optimisation of additively manufactured lightweight aerospace structures

Additive manufacturing is an exciting technology that seeing accelerated industry adoption. At the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury we have established a modern 3D facility that is well equipped with printers and 3D scanning equipment. Read more

Decay resistance of naturally durable eucalyptus timber

Some timbers are remarkably resistant against decay and therefore highly priced. These naturally durable timbers are rare and often sourced unsustainably from tropical forests. Read more

Development of hybrid (photo)electrocatalytic process for wastewater treatment

A joint Ph.D. position in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Malaya (UM) and the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Canterbury (UC), New Zealand . Read more
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Improving water electrolysers by understanding gas bubbling formation and electrode blocking

We aim to develop anodes which will lead to world-beating anion exchange membrane electrolyser (AEMEL) performance. AEMEL is an emerging technology which leverages advantages from both PEM and traditional alkaline electrolysers. Read more

Spectroscopy and Modelling of Rare-Earth Ions in Quantum-Information Candidate Materials

Quantum memories based on rare-earth ion dopants are arguably the best available, offering high efficiencies, multi-hour coherence times, and large bandwidth storage of entanglement. Read more

Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes

Description. Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes. A ring laser is a self-excited optical oscillator employing a cavity where the round trip path encloses a finite area. Read more
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