- [UK] PhD Studentship in Detection and analysis of enteroviral infection in human type 1 diabetes at University of Plymouth
- [UK] EPSRC Project Funded PhD Studentship in Extreme Storm Impacts on Coastal Systems at University of Plymouth
- [UK] ESF-CUC PhD Studentship Opportunity at University of Plymouth
PhD Studentship in Detection and analysis of enteroviral infection in human type 1 diabetes at University of Plymouth
This Studentship is based in the Institute of Biomedical & Clinical Science at Plymouth.
The Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry with its parent Institutions, the Universities of Exeter and Plymouth, are seeking to attract PhD candidates of outstanding ability to join their exciting and rapidly expanding programme of internationally rated research.
EPSRC Project Funded PhD Studentship in Extreme Storm Impacts on Coastal Systems at University of Plymouth
The School of Marine Science and Engineering is seeking to recruit a PhD student for a fully-funded PhD studentship to study extreme storm impacts on coastal systems. The studentship is tied to the research project Adaptation and Resilience of the UK Energy System to Climate Change, which is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and aims to identify the challenges facing the future security of the UK nuclear energy sector and coastal energy supply in the NW region as a result of changing patterns of temperature and rainfall, sea-level rise and storms.
The studentship will focus on the collection, analysis and modelling of extreme storm response data from a number of coastal sites that are important for the UK energy supply (e.g., Bradwell, Dungeness, Heysham, Oldbury, Sellafield, Sizewell). Data will be collected over selected storm events from a range of coastal systems (tidal flat, sandy beach with dunes, gravel barrier, soft cliff) using the University of Plymouth`s Coastal Response Unit.
ESF-CUC PhD Studentship Opportunity at University of Plymouth
Thermography for thermal building assessment and improvement.
University of Plymouth, Environmental Building Group, School of Architecture, Design and Environment
Within Cornwall there exists a significant stock of existing buildings that need to be thermally upgraded in order to increase energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions, improve the quality of life of the occupants, and help with fuel poverty. This project aims to develop high level thermography knowledge and skills that will provide key expertise for the identification of weak points in the thermal shell of buildings. This will provide a knowledge base that will contribute to both capacity and delivery.
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