PhD Projects

Our training programme is set within a multidisciplinary environment. All Partners are dedicated to developing a multi-, cross- and pan-disciplinary London centre of environmental science doctoral training.

We recognise the need to develop student skills in new subjects and linking research areas between traditional subjects. Each Partner has submitted a selection of PhD projects falling within each research theme.

Below is the list of the exemplar projects available. Students are also invited to develop their own bespoke projects. Click on a column header to sort the table, or use the ‘advanced search’ to search for projects on a particular topic, in a particular research theme, or at a particular institution.

1st Supervisor Inst. Project Title Theme 2nd Supervisor Inst.
Alexander, David UCL Evaluating earthquake information in the light of public needs Pan-disciplinary Kelman, Ilan UCL
Brooks, Andrew KCL Food Security and Vulnerability to ENSO in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea Pan-disciplinary Smith, Thomas KCL
Bury, Nic KCL Hagfish Biology: vertebrate evolution, endocrinology, deep sea ecosystems and toxicology Pan-disciplinary Morritt, David RHUL
Diazgranados, Mauricio KEW America’s useful plant and fungi data mining Pan-disciplinary Tucker, Allan BRUNEL
Disney, Mathias UCL Using new 3D measurements to explain forest structure and function Pan-disciplinary
Eyice, Ozge QMUL Interaction between anaerobic microorganisms during biomethane generation from wastewaters Pan-disciplinary Trimmer, Mark QMUL
Hurd, Paul QMUL The Honey Bee: An Emerging Model Organism for Epigenetics. Pan-disciplinary Lowe, Rob QMUL
Jones, Kate UCL “Sound and light” – a sustainable sensory landscape for humans and nature Pan-disciplinary Hacklay, Muki UCL
Jones, Vivienne UCL Miscrospatial Analysis of Terrestial Environments for Algae Pan-disciplinary Morgan, Ruth UCL
Mirumachi, Naho KCL Evaluating the importance of flood pulse cycles in the Okavango socio-ecological system: Challenges of developing a free-flowing river. Pan-disciplinary Tebbs, Emma KCL
Pettorelli, Nathalie IOZ Informing the management of desert ecosystems in the face of global environmental change Pan-disciplinary Disney, Mathias UCL
Thomas, Mark UCL Wildlife forensic science in the field: Using genetics to protect Malaysia’s tigers Pan-disciplinary Meakin, Georgina Meakin UCL
Wooster, Martin KCL Study of Orthoptera Thermoregulatory Behaviour Using High Frequency Thermal Imaging in Support of Improved Fungal Bio-Control Pan-disciplinary Baker, Edward NHM
195 PhD projects available

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