Fully Funded PhD Position in Advanced Carbon Negative Technologies – University of Nottingham

Fully Funded PhD Position in Advanced Carbon Negative Technologies – University of Nottingham

Fully Funded PhD Position in Advanced Carbon Negative Technologies – University of Nottingham

Looking for a PhD position? Passionate about Sustainable Energy Solutions and Climate Change Mitigation? Then, join my dynamic research team at the University of Nottingham. This exciting PhD project is dedicated to developing “Chemical Looping Technologies” for bioenergy applications, which aims to produce energy with CO2 capture, leading to negative CO2 emissions for bioenergy applications.

Are you passionate about developing sustainable energy solutions to tackle climate change? Join our dynamic research team at the University of Nottingham and be part of a cutting-edge project focused on establishing advanced carbon-negative technologies for decarbonizing energy production. This PhD project is dedicated to the development of an innovative combustion process known as “Chemical Looping Combustion,” which produces energy with CO2 capture, resulting in negative CO2 emissions for bioenergy applications. 

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We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a background in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, energy engineering, or a related field. The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in industrial decarbonization, process development for energy technologies, carbon capture, and climate change mitigation. Exceptional analytical, experimental, and computational skills are required for this role.

Previous experience in chemical looping, combustion technologies, and materials synthesis would be advantageous. Join us in making a meaningful impact on the future of sustainable energy solutions as we work together to combat climate change and build a greener world.

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About University of Nottingham

Nottingham’s first civic college was opened in the city centre in 1881, four years after the foundation stone was laid by former Prime Minister, W E Gladstone. An anonymous benefactor had offered £10,000 for a college on condition that a suitable building be erected by the Council and that the college should be provided with £4,000 a year.

After the First World War, the college outgrew its original building. A generous gift by Sir Jesse Boot, of 35 acres of land at Highfields, presented the solution and in 1928 the College moved to what is now the main campus, University Park. Initially, it was accommodated in the elegant Trent Building and was officially opened by King George V in November of that year.

The University of Nottingham has continued to excel in its core missions of research, teaching and supporting students this year. In the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, we improved position in each of the headline measures, with our Research Power ranked as 7th in the UK. This is a testament to the quality and determination of our researchers to make a fundamental difference to people’s lives and reflects the talent, imagination, and dedication of our community.

This year also saw the acquisition of the Castle Meadow Campus site, which will prove to be a significant investment in our staff and students, and an expression of confidence in the future of both the university and the city of Nottingham, enabling us to deliver on our ambitions to support jobs, investment and growth across the city and deliver greater opportunities for collaboration with local business, industry and SMEs.

The new Power Electronics and Machines Centre, officially opened this year, will drive advances in powerful, clean electrification technology and pave the way towards a new generation of low-carbon, sustainable electric vehicles, power and propulsion. The building lies at the heart of our plans to develop research and innovation clusters over the next five years which will generate significant regional economic benefit while addressing strategic challenges faced by the UK.




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