Application Deadline: 7th March 2016 Start Date: 12th April 2016 Eligibility: UK, EU, International Duration of award: 1 years Ref: CRAN1094
Supervisors: Dr. Peter Jarvis – Senior Lecturer in Water Science Dr Jitka Macadam
This studentship will provide a bursary of £17,000. (tax free) plus fees* for one year.
This project will look at a highly advanced adsorption and flotation process that will enable delivery of high quality drinking water. Applicants should have a first or upper second class UK honours degree or equivalent in a related discipline, such as Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Engineering/Science or Chemical Engineering. The ideal candidate would have some understanding of water treatment and the current treatment challenges in the UK for drinking water purification (eg pesticides). The candidate should be self-motivated, have good communication skills for regular interaction with other stakeholders, with a strong interest for industrial research.
The project will be based at Cranfield in our laboratory facilities but you will be required to collect water from live drinking water treatment work sites, so the ability to drive would be an advantage. We will liaise regularly with the client in face-to-face meetings.
Fully funded by an Industrial sponsor. Fees only paid at the home/EU rate.
How to apply:
For further information please contact: Dr. Peter Jarvis, E: [email protected] T: (0) 1234 750111 Ext: 8318
If you are eligible to apply for this research studentship, please complete the online application form
The Cranfield Water Science Institute at Cranfield University is looking for a highly motivated science, engineering or environmental science graduate to complete a one year MSc by Research degree based at Cranfield. This is an exciting opportunity for an industrially funded project researching removal of an important micropollutant contaminant from drinking water.
Recipient: Cranfield University
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