DTA3 COFUND Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD Fellowship
Application closing date 12/04/2019
Faculty / School or Service Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Computing
Salary £20,989 per annum
Job category/type Research
Fixed Term from 1 September 2019 until 31 August 2022
Coventry University, as a member of the University Alliance, is offering the opportunity to apply and participate in a fully-funded PhD programme.
The two 'fully-funded' PhD studentships on offer as part of the new University Alliance Doctoral Training programme will be based in the Centre for Built and Natural Environment at Coventry University and cover an Energy theme with the following PhD project titles:
'Intelligent BIM tool for Construction Waste Minimisation at Design Stage using Supply Chain Collaboration'
'Management of indoor air quality in Near Zero Energy Building (NZEB)'
'Development of Ultra Durable Pipelines for Resilient Oil and Gas Transportation'
It is anticipated that Coventry University will appoint totwo out of the three projects.
This new employer co-designed training programme will enable the early career researchers at Coventry University access to a global network, extensive connections to industry and commerce, and top quality academic supervision over a three year period.
The programme offers doctoral training opportunities for individuals from the EU and across the globe to become internationally-connected,independent researchers with interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral skills and experience.
Studying for the PhD provides for fully-supported research costs and a competitive salary from GBP 20,989 per annum. Applicants must also meet the entry requirements for the PhD: https://www.coventry.ac.uk/research/research-students/making-an-applicat...
For more information on how to apply and for details of the recruiting projects at Coventry University and across the University Alliance please visit:
All applications should be received by 23:59 on Friday 12 April 2019.
Interviews will be held from Thursday 13 June 2019 - Thursday 4 July 2019.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801604.