We are now accepting applications for the 2024 intake of CDTWIRe! Please find the available projects below:

TitleUniversity Supervisor/sLink to Apply
Defining the Outfall Mixing ZoneThe University of SheffieldProf Ian Guymer and Prof Virginia StovinApply Here
Impacts of Blending Drinking Water from Desalination into Existing Distribution SystemsThe University of SheffieldProf Vanessa Speight and Prof Joby BoxallApply Here
Big Data, Network Complexity and Machine Learning to Deliver Targeted Pro-active DWDS MaintenanceThe University of SheffieldDr Stewart Husband, Dr Killian Gleeson and Prof Joby BoxallApply Here
Service Reservoir IntegrityThe University of SheffieldProf Joby Boxall and Prof Kirill HoroshenkovApply Here
Understanding risks of PFAS to surface water abstractionsThe University of SheffieldDr James Shucksmith and Prof Steve Thornton Apply Here
Peri-urban strategies for sustainable surface water managementNewcastle UniversityDr Ross Stirling and Prof Claire WalshApplications Closed
Track-PFAS: PFAS inventory for risk assessment in water treatment works: sources, equilibrium and exposure routesNewcastle UniversityDr Lucía Rodríguez FreireApply Here
Developing an easy-to-use device for onsite detection of sewage in waterNewcastle UniversityProf David Werner Apply Here
Nanobubbles for the volume and yield stress reduction of organic-laden radioactive sludges Cranfield UniversityProf Peter Jarvis and Dr Tao LyuApply Here
Sustainable technologies for the removal of recalcitrant micropollutants in wastewater effluentsCranfield UniversityDr Pablo Campo Moreno and Dr Yadira Bajón FernándezAvailable Soon
Unveiling and enhancing nature-based solutions for mitigating emerging micropollutantsCranfield UniversityDr Tao Lyu and Dr Gabriela DotroApply Here
Establishing the potential for improved management of intermittent sewage discharges with nature-based solutionsCranfield UniversityDr Gabriela Dotro and Dr Andrea MomblanchApply Here
ViruISGE: Virus Research In Scottish Surface- and Ground watErCranfield UniversityDr Francis Hassard and Prof Peter JarvisAvailable Soon