Jobs and Opportunities

Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (three posts)

Opportunity type: Job opportunity
Organisation: University of Sheffield
Location: Sheffield
Application Deadline: 3rd January 2022
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The University of Sheffield is looking to expand its vibrant Mechanical Engineering community through recruitment to a number of academic positions. They are looking for individuals who will contribute to maintaining a welcoming, inclusive, diverse and inspiring environment for students, and whose expertise will complement and enhance existing research capabilities. Following an exciting expansion of their facilities they are keen to expand in key research areas: experimental fluid mechanics, energy research, tribology (including rail) and dynamics.

Find out more about the role and how to apply here: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CKY288/lecturer-in-mechanical-engineering-three-posts

Sales Engineer

Opportunity type: Job opportunity
Organisation: Delta CleanTech Inc
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Application Deadline: Open until filled
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Delta CleanTech Inc. (Delta) is looking to hire a full-time qualified Sales Engineer to work in its office in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The Sales Engineer will be primarily responsible for marketing and managing the CO2 capture and solvent purification projects of Delta in the UK and EU. As a Sales Engineer, you have additional skills in communication, negotiation, organization, budgeting, problem-solving, adaptability, and stakeholders’ management.

Requirements:
As a successful candidate you have:

  1. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or holding a work-Permit of UK,
  2. A bachelor’s degree or higher in mechanical, chemical, industrial,
    environmental, or process engineering.
  3. Five (5) years or more of work experience as Sales Engineer or process
    engineer in engineering/consulting firm, EPC contractor, fabricator/workshop, or manufacturing/plant operation in oil & gas, chemical or utility sector.
  4. knowledge of electrical/mechanical industry standards including CSA, CEC, ASME, etc.
  5. Proven proficiency with Microsoft Project and other MS Office products.
  6. A valid driver’s license.
  7. Willingness to travel within to UK or EU Job Sites and occasionally to
    Canada as required.
  8. Fluency in Arabic and English languages.

 

Preference for:

  1. Experience in oil/gas processing and CO2 capture processing is an asset.
  2. Experience in producing cost estimates for proposals.
  3. Experience in fabrication and manufacturing (EPC/EPCM) in the oil and
    gas/power/petrochemical/food/pulp industry is an asset.
  4. MBA and/or PMP is a plus.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following duties and tasks:

  1. Promote, sell, secure orders from prospective customers through a
    relationship-based approach
  2. Identifies current and future customer leads by establishing personal rapport with potential and actual customers.
  3. Provides product, service, or equipment technical and engineering
    information by answering questions and requests
  4. Expedite the resolution of customer concerns and problems
  5. Coordinate sales effort with Delta management and technical teams
  6. Possess strong knowledge of our products and our competition in the
    industry
  7. Follow the latest industry developments and stay up to date on corporate
    competitors
  8. Attend/participate in conferences, meetings, workshops, and industry events
  9. Create and maintain the docket project
  10. Develop project documentation outlining plans for project objectives, staffing, budgeting, scheduling.
  11. Manage the production of engineering deliverables, procurement of
    equipment and materials, administration of construction and EPC
    subcontracts/partners.
  12. Act as the key contact between customers and contractors, including
    engineering firms (EPC/EPCM), vendors, fabricators, and consultants.
  13. Participate in main internal and external meetings for new and existing
    projects.
  14. Manage team efforts to create submittals, proposals, presentations,
    contracts, and related activities.
  15. Carry out new opportunity assessments for potential clients.
  16. Develop and maintain internal and external client and stakeholder
    relationships.
  17. Other duties as assigned.

About us:
Delta CleanTech has over 17-years’ experience in the Clean Tech Energy Sector and is considered a technology industry leader in CO 2 capture, solvent & glycol reclamation and hydrogen fueling infrastructure. Delta’s developed CO 2 capture LCDesign® and the patented Delta Reclaimer® technology. These solutions provide our customers with low-cost methods of capturing and utilizing CO 2 emissions. www.deltacleantech.ca

Find out more and apply here:  https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search?keywords=Delta%2BCleanTech&location=United%2BKingdom&geoId=101165590&trk=public_jobs_jobs-search-bar_search-submit&currentJobId=2793464691&position=1&pageNum=0

 

PRASEG Manager

Opportunity type: Job opportunity
Organisation: PRASEG UK, All Party Parliamentary Renewal and Sustainable Energy Group
Location: Home-based with regular travel to/from London
Application Deadline: 19th November 2021
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PRASEG is the cross party group for UK politicians and senior stakeholders that exists to promote sustainable energy issues in Parliament and the wider political community. Active since 1979, the Group is the longest-standing APPG specifically working on sustainability and climate change issues as they relate to the energy sector, and the Group now has a Parliamentary membership in excess of 130 Members from across the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

The role entails a highly-variable workload and requires a wide range of skills – from administration and events management (both small events and large conferences with multiple partners) through to stakeholder management and the ability to work closely with politicians from different Parties. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate aptitude across all these areas along with a commitment to sustainability and equitably tackling climate change.

The specific responsibilities of the Manager include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning and ensuring the delivery of a programme of PRASEG events including policy seminars, briefings, the PRASEG Annual conference, as well as receptions etc. throughout the year
  • Building and maintaining strong relationships with PRASEG’s broad range of Parliamentary and non-Parliamentary members and recruiting new members from both to join PRASEG.
  • Supplying relevant information to Parliamentary members of the Group and other Parliamentarians as requested;
  • Promoting PRASEG activities, communicating with members and building PRASEG’s presence through the website, social media, mailings and other such activities
  • Securing sponsorship for PRASEG activities;
  • Preparing and disseminating policy briefings, and other such material relevant to the aims and work of PRASEG;
  • The effective organisation of the PRASEG membership system, including the processing of membership enquiries, applications and invoicing;
  • Maintaining and developing PRASEG’s contact databases
  • Day to day administration including: budgeting, book-keeping, filing, payment and receipt of invoices and so on
  • Recruiting and managing the activities of any PRASEG staff and/or volunteers;

Ideally, the successful candidate will have recent experience of working in the UK energy and/or climate sector, an interest in UK politics, and be able to demonstrate a broad understanding of UK climate and energy policy. The successful candidate will need to be organised, self-motivated, entrepreneurial, and committed to the approach PRASEG takes within the framework set by PRASEG Board.

Terms and Conditions

PRASEG Ltd is the long-standing secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group, and for whom the Manager works.

The role can be undertaken on a permanent employment basis or on a rolling consultancy contract (within IR35) depending on the preference of the successful candidate,

The position is part time (a flexible 3-4 days per week).and will be predominantly homebased with regular travel to/in London. The post holder will be responsible to the Chair of PRASEG Ltd.’s Board in the first instance.

The initial salary is in the region of £40,000 – £50,000 pro rata, depending on experience.

The holiday entitlement is pro rata to a full time role with 21 days holiday (from 01 April to 31 March) and accumulates on a pro-rata basis, plus the usual statutory holidays.

The post is subject to successful completion of a probationary period of three months

If employed, after the successful completion of the probationary period, the post holder will be eligible for:

  • A 6% of annual salary contribution by PRASEG towards a personal pension scheme. The pension contribution will be backdated to the date employment started;
  • An interest free staff loan to meet the costs of an annual (or other period) season ticket for travel to/from work available from commencement of employment.

Applications

Applications should include a letter outlining the suitability of the applicant for the post. The letter of application should be accompanied by an up to date CV and details of two people who, in the event of an interview may contacted for a reference. Ideally one referee should be personal and the other professional.

Applications should be sent to Jane Vaus at: jane.vaus@btinternet.com

The closing date for applications is 18.00hrs on Friday 19 November.

Applications will normally be acknowledged, but only applicants selected for interview will be contacted in follow up. Interviews may be a two stage process and full details will be provided to those selected for interview.

PRASEG does not normally enter into correspondence or feedback to applicants.

Find out more and apply here https://praseg.org.uk/articles/item/277-vacancy-praseg-manager

 

MSc course in geological storage of CO2

Opportunity type: MSc course
Organisation: University of Rome La Sapienza and the University of Zagreb
Location: Rome & Zagreb
Application Deadline: 17th of January 2022
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The course is hosted by University of Rome La Sapienza and the University of Zagreb. It comprises six months of classroom lectures and about two months working independently on a relevant thesis. The course is aimed at geoscience students. The aim of the course is to provide students with the scientific background needed to work on projects focused on geological storage of CO2.

Visit here for more information and to apply.

ECCSELERATE Transnational Access Call for Industry and SMEs

Opportunity type: Funding call
Organisation: ECCSELERATE
Location: ECCSEL ERIC facilities
Application Deadline: monthly with the first cut-off date being the 15th December 2021
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The first ECCSELERATE Transnational Access call for industry access to ECCSEL ERIC facilities has now been launched. This first out of two Transnational Access calls part of the ECCSELERATE project offers free access to ECCSEL ERIC facilities dedicated to selected researchers or research teams from industry. The target of the call is to extend the ECCSEL ERIC user base to industry to accomplish the identified needs of industry within CCUS research.

More details: https://www.eccsel.org/news/transnational-access-calls/transnational-access-call-for-industry-and-smes/

GHGT 16 Conference – Call for Abstracts

Opportunity type: Abstract call
Organisation: IEAGHG
Location: Lyon
Application Deadline: 14 January 2022
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The GHGT conference series is inviting submissions for GHGT-16, which will be held in Lyon from 23-27 October 2022. Abstracts should be submitted via the website and must be received no later than 14 January 2022.

Submit your abstract here.

Technical Themes

  • Advances in CO2 Capture technology
  • Advances in CO2 development geological storage
  • CCS for industrial sources (non-power) & Hydrogen
  • CCS technology assessment, cost and system integration
  • CO2 Utilisation for GHG mitigation
  • Demonstration projects and major national and international CCS research developments and demonstration programs
  • Developments in other storage options for CO2
  • Energy, climate change policies and CCS
  • Legal & Regulatory Aspects of CCS and long term liability of CO2 Storage
  • Public perception and acceptance of CCS and communication on CCS
  • Towards negative CO2 emissions
  • Transport and infrastructure development

Scoping Report on Carbon Capture Usage and Storage in India and the UK

Opportunity type: Contract
Organisation: UKRI and DST India
Location: SN2 1FL
Application Deadline: 11am, 5th November 2021
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UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), India are inviting proposals to deliver a scoping exercise to identify emerging research priorities in Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS).

The resulting report will summarise the breadth of research and wider CCUS implementation in India and the UK and highlight common areas of priority research or information sharing between the UK and India, to advance the development of CCUS systems in both partner countries and globally. It will reflect research from across interdisciplinary fields including environmental, engineering, physical and social science research.

This opportunity is open to proposals from teams working in both the UK and India. Further details, including how to apply, can be found on the Gov.uk contract finder (https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/e94f0355-a025-4809-8c86-3d07b58f045e).

Research Associate in Modelling of CCUS and Bioenergy Systems

Opportunity type: Job opportunity
Organisation: University of Sheffield
Location: Sheffield, UK
Application Deadline: 18th November 2021
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The University of Sheffield has an exciting opportunity in the Department of Mechanical Engineering for someone with a passion for advanced energy technology who is looking to use their skills in developing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models for different energy systems such as CCUS, Bioenergy and hydrogen combustion and the integration of CFD with chemical process modelling of an energy plant. Additionally, the post holder will carry out other duties that are appropriate to the post of a Research Associate at Sheffield, for example, providing support and supervision to less experienced researchers, and actively exploring new research areas and potentials for new research funding.

You will join a friendly and welcoming team of researchers working at the new Translational Energy Research Centre (TERC); one of the largest and best-equipped zero-carbon energy, hydrogen, bioenergy, CCUS and combustion research and development facilities in Europe. The Translational Energy Research Centre and this role are part-funded by the European
Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

You will also be part of the wider energy research team in a large and diverse academic Department working within a team of world-leading scientists with over 50 research fellows and PhD students. The key aspects of the role include carrying out a modelling research programme investigating dynamic simulations for system optimisation and whole systems performance assessment, developing new sub-models and integrating them with CFD and process modelling tools, and publishing work in high-quality peer-reviewed journals, and attending conferences and seminars.

The role provides an excellent opportunity to apply your knowledge of chemical kinetic modelling for combustion and/or atmospheric chemistry applications (e.g. Chemkin) and develop your transferable research and leadership skills. If you have a good first degree (or equivalent experience) in Mathematics, Physical Science, or Mechanical and/or Chemical Engineering, plus a PhD or be close to completion of a PhD (or equivalent experience) in the subject area or a closely allied discipline, you are encouraged to apply.

Since the role involves significant collaborations with partners, you need to be willing and able to travel potentially overseas. You will also need to have a good knowledge and experience of Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD software including development of new sub-models (e.g. ANSYS Fluent).

Find out more and apply here.

Research Associate in Hydrogen and Zero-carbon Fuels Combustion

Opportunity type: Job opportunity
Organisation: University of Sheffield
Location: Sheffield, UK
Application Deadline: 16th November 2021
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The utilisation of hydrogen is seen as one of the most promising pathways to achieve the decarbonisation needed to avoid catastrophic climate change.

The University of Sheffield has an exciting opportunity in the Faculty of Engineering for someone with a passion for innovative and interdisciplinary zero-carbon energy and hydrogen research which can help to solve the world’s climate change challenges.

As a Research Associate and Technical Theme Manager you will lead the research activity in hydrogen and zero-carbon fuel combustion technology. This role will provide you with an excellent opportunity to apply and develop your significant knowledge of Hydrogen and zero-carbon fuels combustion, and utilise your transferable research and leadership skills. It will also enable you to continue your personal development with an outstanding personal support structure and a variety of opportunities. You will be encouraged to supervise PhD students, to apply for and manage external research grants and author original research publications.

As a Theme Manager, you will use and operate our exciting pilot-scale equipment with support from our technical team, analyse results, optimise systems as required and produce experimental reports. You will also review and develop operational procedures, with support from the Health and Safety Officer and technical teams, and offer training to ensure
safe operation of equipment. This role allows you to pursue a long-term career in zero-carbon fuels combustion technology, and allows you to carry out your own independent and original research in a collaborative manner. The Translational Energy Research Centre and this role are part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

The post is open ended subject to funding.

You are encouraged to apply if you have a good quality undergraduate degree (or equivalent experience) in Mathematics, Physical Science, Mechanical, Chemical and/or Energy Engineering, a PhD (or equivalent experience) in the subject area or a closely allied discipline, and experience of combustion experiments and instrumentation. You will also join the Energy Institute – an initiative involving cross-collaboration with several University of Sheffield departments and faculties, including Energy 2050 and the Translational Energy Research Centre. Its mission is to find low and zero-carbon solutions to the world’s biggest energy challenges. Across the University we have over 300 academics and more than 250 PhD students working on all forms of energy research. As the move to a low carbon economy accelerates, our research will become even more important.

Find out more and apply here. 

Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) MOOC – Climate Change: Carbon Capture and Storage

Opportunity type: Online course
Organisation: SCCS
Location: –
Application Deadline: Course launches on Monday 25th October 2021
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Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) is launching it’s MOOC, or Massive Open Online Course, on Monday 25th October on ‘Climate Change: Carbon Capture and Storage’.

The five-week course, taught by leading experts at the University of Edinburgh, will explore carbon capture and storage (CCS), a set of technologies that can radically rein in CO2 emissions and help nations reach net zero by 2050.

The course, which has seen nearly 18,000 participants from across the world sign up for previous runs, begins on 25 October and places CCS in the context of climate change, global energy and economics, the use of fossil fuels and global climate policy. The world’s first such course to cover CCS and climate change, it has been developed for those with no prior knowledge.

Watch the introductory video and register

Course participants will learn about:

  • how to protect the atmosphere, with CCS technology, from an excess of CO2;
  • the uniqueness of CCS to complement other low-carbon technologies;
  • the potential to make fossil fuels “safe to use” in the context of the Paris Climate Change Agreement of 2015;
  • key sectors of the global economy, where CCS can contribute to deep reductions in emissions;
  • how CCS can unlock carbon negative solutions, which will need to be used before mid-century;
  • the scientific principles of climate mitigation technologies;
  • the key elements of geology for permanently, and safely, disposing of CO2 underground;
  • the international state-of-play and scale of the industry in the 21st century.

What is a MOOC? The University of Edinburgh has a range of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), which are freely accessible and open-licensed short courses delivered online. On completion, there is the option to gain a Verified Certificate. https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/moocs

SUSTAIN Hub ECR Research Funding Call

Opportunity type: Funding Call 
Organisation: SUSTAIN Hub
Location: Swansea University, University of Sheffield and University of Warwick
Application Deadline: Find out more at the LAUNCH meeting on Tuesday 19th October – 13:00-14:00
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This Call will be open to applicants from current SUSTAIN Spoke institutions (Swansea, Sheffield and Warwick) and is designed to provide ECR’s with an opportunity to apply for EPSRC funding as part of an existing Hub.

The launch meeting will take place on Tuesday 19th October 13:00-14:00 and is aimed at ECR’s looking for funding opportunities, and supervisors who wish to find out more on behalf of ECR’s in their research groups.

Register for the SUSTAIN ECRC2 Launch Meeting

This scheme has been conceived to:
• Help stimulate new ideas in steel and sustainability research
• Encourage high quality ECRs form other disciplines to apply their ideas and move into steel research
• Help ECR to apply for Fellowship funding
• Deliver research outputs not otherwise identified by SUSTAIN or achieved their current project

The Sustain Hub is looking for research proposals aligned with and complementary to our current research programme, especially (but not limited to) the following areas:
• High Temperature Reactions and Kinetics
• Computational Modelling and Big Data
• Characterisation and Monitoring
• Metallurgical Rules

Find out more about the SUSTAIN Hub and this Call

Call for abstracts – Transforming Foundation Industries Conference Program

Opportunity type: Abstract call
Organisation: KTN, Network + and TFI Hub
Location: –
Application Deadline: Various
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The three Transforming Foundation Industries (TFI) support bodies (KTN, Network + and TFI Hub) are jointly organising three conferences to find solution providers to the challenges of the Foundation Industries (FI). This coincides with the TFI Challenge launching its DEMO Competition where FI’s will be looking for solutions to address their problems.

Abstracts of no more than 250 words are invited for the following 3 conferences:

  • Resource Efficiency (waste utilisation, symbiosis, design for Circular Economy) – 6th October – Hosted by TFI Hub TransFIRe
  • Sensors, Controls and Digitalisation – 18th October – 13:00-16:00 – Hosted by TFI Network +
  • Energy Efficiency (process efficiency, heat recovery) – 25th October – 0930-1230hrs – hosted by KTN
Please send your 250 word (max.) abstracts by email to Neelam Mughal (neelam.mughal@ktn-uk.org) by 3rd September clearly stating for which of the 3 conferences it is for. You will be notified if your abstract has been successful the week after.

Request for Interview – Research into Opportunities in the Carbon Capture and Storage Sector

Opportunity type: Research participation
Organisation: Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR), Sheffield Hallam University
Location: –
Application Deadline: –
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The Centre for Regional Economic & Social Research (CRESR) at Sheffield Hallam University, in partnership with the University of Sheffield, is currently conducting research on behalf of the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority. They are looking to speak to any organisations working on CCS projects in the UK to understand the employment and skills opportunities that may arise from this sector. This is to help inform local plans and investment decisions to be made by the combined authority.

Participation in the research would involve a research interview of around 45 minutes, which can be conducted remotely either by phone or video call. If interested, more information is available regarding the aims and background to the research, please contact Dr Phil Northall at p.northall@shu.ac.uk or on 07917 035 685.

PhD – Creating Negative Emissions Through Direct Air Capture and Carbon Mineralisation (Fully Funded PhD Scholarship)

Opportunity type: Postgraduate research
Organisation: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Location: University of Sheffield
Application Deadline: –
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This PhD project will focus on pioneering research into solvent based Direct Air Carbon Capture and Carbon mineralisation. It will be an experimentally based study and will also study the complete environmental impact and carbon saving of these technologies though Life Cycle Assessment.

Click here for more information about the project (links through to project page on FindAPhD website)

Academics: Dr Abby Samson, Prof Jonathan Gibbins, Prof M Pourkashanian

Contact for enquires: Prof Derek Ingham, 0114 21 57215 or

PhD – Understanding the Technological and Economic Drivers of the Development of CCUS Clusters in the United Kingdom

Opportunity type: Postgraduate research
Organisation: Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
Location: University of Sheffield
Application Deadline: –
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This project will seek to develop a novel approach to understand the design and evolution of CCUS clusters in the UK. The design of the required transportation system requires a detailed cost benefit analysis and optimisation of the cluster CO2 transportation network over long time scales, minimising the total costs for CO2 transport and storage, whilst considering potential capacity expansion or contraction over time.

Click here for more information about the project (links through to project page on FindAPhD website)

Supervisors: Dr Solomon Brown (University of Sheffield), Dr Maria Gil-Molto (University of Sheffield)

Contact for enquires: Dr Solomon Brown, s.f.brown@sheffield.ac.uk

How to Apply

Please see this link for information on how to apply: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cbe/postgraduate/phd/how-apply. Please include the name of your proposed supervisor and the title of the PhD project within your application.

PhD – Geochemical modelling of CO2 transport and sequestration in spent in-situ combustion oilfields

Opportunity type: Postgraduate research
Organisation: The Centre for Doctoral Training in Geoscience and the Low Carbon Energy (GeoNetZero CDT)
Location: University of Nottingham/University of Birmingham
Application Deadline: –
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Click here for information about the project (links through to the  School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham, Research vacancies and studentships page)

Supervisors: Professor Sean Rigby (University of Nottingham), Professor Joe Wood (University of Birmingham)

Contact details: Please contact the main supervisor for the project you are interested in.

Professor Sean Rigby
Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
NOTTINGHAM
NG7 2RD

Email: sean.rigby@nottingham.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)115 951 4078

Professor Joe Wood
School of Chemical Engineering
EDGBASTON
B15 2TT

Email: J.Wood@bham.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)121 414 5295

How to Apply

NOTTINGHAM Nottingham online application portal

BIRMINGHAM Birmingham online application portal

Find out more about the GeoNetZero CDT PhD opportunities available

PhD – Predicting CO2 permeation through shale rocks

Opportunity type: Postgraduate research
Organisation: The Centre for Doctoral Training in Geoscience and the Low Carbon Energy (GeoNetZero CDT)
Location: University of Nottingham/University of Birmingham
Application Deadline: –
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Click here for information about the project

Supervisors: Professor Sean Rigby (University of Nottingham), Professor Joe Wood (University of Birmingham)

Contact details: Please contact the main supervisor for the project you are interested in.

Professor Sean Rigby
Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
NOTTINGHAM
NG7 2RD

Email: sean.rigby@nottingham.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)115 951 4078

Professor Joe Wood
School of Chemical Engineering
EDGBASTON
B15 2TT

Email: J.Wood@bham.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)121 414 5295

How to Apply

NOTTINGHAM Nottingham online application portal

BIRMINGHAM Birmingham online application portal

Find out more about the GeoNetZero CDT PhD opportunities available

PhD – The influence of subsurface microbiology on geoenergy systems

Opportunity type: Postgraduate research
Organisation: The Centre for Doctoral Training in Geoscience and the Low Carbon Energy (GeoNetZero CDT)
Location: University of Exeter
Application Deadline: –
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Click here for information about the project

Supervisors: Dr Laura Newsome, Dr Rich Crane

Contact details:

Dr Laura Newsome

Camborne School of Mines
Penryn Campus
Cornwall
TR10 9FE

Email: L.Newsome@exeter.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1326 370400

How to Apply : Exeter online application portal

Find out more about the GeoNetZero CDT PhD opportunities available