• [UK] Học Bổng Bậc Tiến Sĩ Đại Học Lincoln 2017
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    PhD Studentships in the College of Science

    Applicants should have a first or higher upper second-class honours degree, and preferably a relevant Master’s degree (or equivalent experience) in Physical Geography, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, and/or Life Sciences with substantial experience of qualitative research, excellent report-writing and English language communication skills and ability to work to deadlines.

    Lincoln Institute of Agri-food Technology (LIAT)

    Investigate the artificial Agricultural Field Drainage of Lincolnshire

    We are seeking an outstanding, highly motivated postgraduate student to undertake a doctoral study in the Lincoln Institute of Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) at the University of Lincoln

    The successful candidate will be passionate about agriculture and soil science and will investigate the artificial agricultural field drainage in Lincolnshire and the impact on sediment loading in Lincolnshire watercourses.

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    Closing Date: 31 March 2017Interviews: April 2017

    Stipend/Living allowance: £14,510 per annumStart date 1st May 2017 or as soon as possible thereafterDuration: 36 monthsReference: COS-LIAT-2017-1

    Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Simon Pearson: [email protected].

    To submit your expression of interest for any of the projects listed within the Lincoln Institute of Agri-food technology, please email your two page CV, one page covering letter, and 2 page research proposal,  for the attention of Mrs Isobel Wright: [email protected]. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the project which you are applying for in the subject title of all correspondence.

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    School of Engineering

    PhD Studentship in Remote Condition Monitoring for Railway Applications

    This is a call for applications for a fully funded PhD studentship at the School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, in ‘Remote Condition Monitoring of Power Converters and Traction Drives for Railway Applications’. This project is a collaboration between the School of Engineering and Dynex Semiconductors ltd., Lincoln.

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    Closing Date: 27 February 2017Interviews: March 2017

    Open to UK/EU and International StudentsTuition fees includedStipend/Living allowance: £15,000 per annum for 3 yearsStart date 1 April 2017Duration: 36 monthsReference: ENGDYN001

    Informal enquiries may be made by email to Dr Yu Zhang: [email protected] or Prof. Timothy Gordon: [email protected].

    Formal applications can be made using forms obtained from the following link: http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/postgraduate/application.htm

    To apply please email the application form, CV, two reference letters and a research statement to [email protected] quoting the following reference: ENGDYN001

    The closing date for applications is 27 February 2017. However, applications will be accepted till the position is filled.

    School of Geography

    The environmental fate of emerging sediment-associated contaminants and antibiotic-resistant microbes in river sediment and floodplains

    The successful PhD student will focus on CEC and a PDRA who will investigate microbial communities via eDNA approaches and antibiotic-resistant microbes in river sediment and floodplains.

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    Closing Date: 31 March 2017Interviews: May 2017

    Stipend/Living allowance: £14,052 per annumResearch expenses to be paid up to £1,500Start date 1st September 2017Duration: 36 monthsReference: COS-SOG-2017-1

    Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Mark Macklin: [email protected].

    To submit your expression of interest for any of the projects listed within the College of  Science, please email your two page CV, one page covering letter, and 2 page research proposal,  for the attention of Mrs Fiona Burstow: [email protected]. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the project which you are applying for in the subject title of all correspondence.

    School of Geography

    Estimating flood frequency in the Trent and Yorkshire Ouse rivers using documentary and floodplain sedimentary archives to extend flood series

    We are seeking outstanding, highly motivated postgraduate students to undertake a doctoral study in the Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health (School of Geography) at the University of Lincoln. 

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    Closing Date: 31 March 2017Interviews: May 2017

    Stipend/Living allowance: £14,052 per annumResearch expenses to be paid up to £1,500Start date 1st September 2017Duration: 36 monthsReference: COS-SOG-2017-2

    Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Mark Macklin: [email protected].

    To submit your expression of interest for any of the projects listed within the College of  Science, please email your two page CV, one page covering letter, and 2 page research proposal,  for the attention of Mrs Fiona Burstow: [email protected]. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the project which you are applying for in the subject title of all correspondence.

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