PhD Studentship – CASE Award An Integrated, Treatment Works to Tap Approach to Controlling and Managing Discolouration in Potable Water Distribution Systems



Pennine Water Group and Scottish Water  

A 3 year PhD CASE studentship is available within the Pennine Water Group, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield in partnership with Scottish Water. The PhD will seek to take an holistic view working from treatment works, through trunk mains and distribution systems to customer taps which will allow, for the first time, quantification and hence delivery of a fully integrated and quantified understanding of the relative costs and benefits of discolouration management options.

Entry requirements

The studentship is available to UK/EU candidates only, with the equivalent of a first class or upper second class degree in relevant numerate discipline, ideally engineering, but also mathematics, computer sciences or physical geography. Skills in field/experimental work, data analysis and hydraulic network modelling are desirable as is previous experience of water engineering.

How to apply

Interested candidates should email their Curriculum Vitae to Caroline Brookfield email: [email protected]), via the ‘Apply’ button below, together with a personal statement (~300 words) stating why you particularly want to study for a PhD, why you think you are suited to a research degree and what particularly attracts you to this project.  

The closing date for applications is the Friday 26th July 2013. 

Interviews are expected to be held on Thursday 1st August 2013.

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