Cohort IV projects are now open for applications for PhD projects starting in October 2022.

Cranfield University

Ceramic nanofiltration membranes: Creating a resilient future for drinking water supply

Supervisor: Prof Ewan McAdam

More details at Cranfield University

Position filled

The potential to minimise Nitrogenous Disinfection By Products and their Toxicological Importance

Supervisor: Dr Emma Goslan

More details at Cranfield University

Project closed for applications

Drinking water treatment resilience to chemical shortages

Supervisor: Dr Irene Carra

More details at Cranfield University

Position filled

The University of Sheffield

Machine Learning Methods for Monitoring of Complex Water and Sewer Network Infrastructure

Supervisors: Dr I EsnaolaProf G Panoutsos

Position filled

Intelligent Water Distribution Systems

Supervisors: Prof J Boxall, Prof V Speight

Details on how to apply here. More details at FindaPhD.com

Application deadline: 20 June 2022

Managing strategic infrastructure to ensure safe drinking water

Supervisors: Prof J Boxall, Dr S Husband

Position filled

Understanding the risks associated with contaminated floodwater from urban drainage systems

Supervisor: Dr JD Shucksmith

Position filled

Newcastle University

Proactive management of dissolved organic carbon in catchments to mitigate climate change impacts on trihalomethanes formation in water treatment

Supervisor: Prof David Werner, Dr Adam Jarvis

More details at Newcastle University.

Position filled

Quantifying and abating greenhouse gas emissions from large wastewater treatment plants

Supervisors: Prof Tom Curtis, Prof Sam Wilson

Details on how to apply here

Application deadline: 29 July 2022

Catchments as the first stage of treatment

Supervisors: Prof David Werner (Newcastle University) and Prof Virginia Stovin (University of Sheffield)

More details at Newcastle University.

Position filled

Resilience to climate change and its impact on dissolved manganese concentration in water reservoirs

Supervisor: Dr Anke Neumann, Prof Neil Gray

More details at Newcastle University.

Position filled