The laboratory for Energy Intensified Reactor Engineering, together with several academic and industrial partners, performs ongoing research in the framework of an ERC Synergy project SCOPE on the application of novel structured catalysts in plasma flow reactors. This project aims at the design of a novel type of fast measuring technique in methane coupling into ethylene under non-thermal plasma conditions.
Aim and Benefits of University of Warwick PhD Scholarship
- The annual stipend will be £15,609 (tax-free), for 3.5 years, plus tuition fees covered at the home fee rate, currently £4,500.
Requirements for University of Warwick PhD Scholarship Qualification
Candidates must have a 1st or 2.1 honours degree (or equivalent).
How to Apply
Applicants should send a one-page motivation letter together with their CV and academic transcript to email@example.com with ‘PhD Application’ in the subject line.
If you are successful at the interview you will be required to submit a formal application for study and fulfil the entry requirements set by the University of Warwick. As soon as you have a University ID number you will be invited to upload your degree certificate, transcripts, and a personal statement that explains your specific research interests and why you should be considered for this award. To make a formal application you must complete the online application form and quote scholarship ERVH2. Details of how to make a formal application can be found here www.warwick.ac.uk/pgrengineering.