PhD in Civil engineering, Transportation engineering and City planning Scholarships
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The purpose of the current post is to bring some insight related to civil engineering and related disciplines. Initially, a small introduction to Civil engineering and the importance of the subject at the doctorate level is discussed. Below is the list of all PhD in civil engineering scholarships for international students from around the World.
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directory of PhD in mechanical engineering scholarships.
Subjects covered here are:
PhD in Civil engineering
PhD in architecture engineering
PhD in transportation engineering
PhD in city and town planning
PhD in Civil Engineering
PhD in Civil Engineering is a task that involves three to four years but leads to making a Scholar an ideal candidate to work in a specific domain of Civil Engineering as an Expert. The whole experience of PhD in civil engineering studies will enable you to gain in-depth knowledge of your field along with getting hands-on experience of contemporary tools of problem-solving. The candidate will have the opportunity of working in specific domains of the field such as:
Structural and earthquake engineering
Geotechnical, geomechanics, and
Environmental and water resources
Structural engineering materials
Architecture Engineering is a great opportunity to nourish your skills in Arts
and Design and gain insight of various field including City Design and
Development, Residential Design, Green Construction, Urban Design Policy, and Contemporary
Architecture. Architecture is closely
related to other fields of engineering including Graphic Design, Construction
Engineering, User Experience Design and Arts. The successful candidate of PhD
in Architecture engineering will be able to nourish their knowledge and skills
in modern design tools and software in a three to four years long Doctoral
Studies.You will be able to conduct research in close affiliation with a number
of firms and companies in your field obtaining practical knowledge and even
opportunity to continue working with one of them during studies.
PhD in Civil Engineering Scholarship - Architecture Scholarships [complete directory]
The PhD candidate will investigate the use of roving sensors for gathering information about the health state of critical parts within infrastructure networks, e.g. bridges or railways. Vehicles and/or train carriages are to be used as carriers of low-cost sensing boxes able to aggregate a multiplicity of information on position, direction, velocity, acceleration and other relevant parameters, e.g. surface conditions.
PhD in DyMaLab
Mechanical engineering, material science, mechanics, civil engineering
To characterise the dynamic behaviour of the materials, DyMaLab disposes of experimental facilities that are unique in the world. Using these facilities, the PhD student will investigate how strain rate and the multiaxiality of the stress state will affect the TRIP effect. In a first step, the PhD student, with the help of senior researchers, will have to setup and perform an extensive experimental campaign.
Energy absorption capacity of steel in Auto industry
Mechanical, materials, civil engineering
the PhD student will investigate how strain rate and the multiaxiality of the stress state will affect the TRIP effect. In a first step, the PhD student, with the help of senior researchers, will have to setup and perform an extensive experimental campaign.
PLANT PROTEIN CHEMISTRY AND FUNCTIONALITY FOR FOOD
Chemistry, Biomedical science, Civil engineering
Studies to (i) better understand and (ii) improve the functional properties of plant-based proteins are therefore much needed. This research is a particular interest of Professor Arno Wouters, promotor of the available positions.
The project will involve using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modelling and wind tunnel testing. The successful candidate will work on a rig, liaising closely with the engineering and technical team, determining the most appropriate data to collect along with the most applicable and appropriate methods of collecting and analysing data.
PHD STIPEND IN COLLECTING SMART CITY TRAFFIC DATA THROUGH SENSOR FUSION
The focus of this PhD project will be to improve the quality and reliability of traffic data fed to smart infrastructure through sensor fusion. The project is not limited to classic traffic sensors such as cameras and radars and aims to explore the up-to-date developments in commercially available sensor technologies in the attempt to identify suitable sensor stack.
PhD geometry representations and lighting simulations for building optimisation
In this project, two new developments will be undertaken for building spatial design optimisation: (i) Building a significant extension of a recently developed toolbox: Currently, this toolbox adds structural and building physics components to orthogonal and closed building spatial designs, and predicts the associated performances.
PhD Position Development of 4D Shape-Morphing Neuronal Scaffolds by Two-photon Polymerization and Machine Learning
TU Delft Netherlands
Materials Science and Enginnering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics
As part of this project, you will:Develop and conduct research on two-photon polymerization (2PP) for the realization of shape morphing 4D micron-sized structures.
Use and develop Bayesian optimization and Deep Learning strategies to design the 4D structures.
PhD Position Materials Design with Generative Machine Learning
TU Delft Netherlands
Materials Science and Enginnering, Civil,Aerospace Mechanical Engineering, Physics
This research in this PhD aims at exploring generative machine learning methods with a view to designing new materials. Contrary to the established merits of using machine learning in shape optimization problems, using generative machine learning to create new topologies is at its infancy.
PhD Position Greenpower Assessing the Consequences of the Energy Transition on Waterborne Supply Chains
TU Delft Netherlands
Civil Engineering, Maritime Engineering
The objective of this PhD project is to develop an internationally applicable method to enable quantitative exploration of the impact of alternative power sources on board, on the performance of competing corridors and modalities.
PhD student in Civil Engineering and Built Environment at Uppsala University’s interdisciplinary graduate school in sustainable development
Uppsala University Sweden
The purpose of this PhD project is to develop scenarios for the development of Gotland's future energy needs and to propose various alternatives to sustainably reduce the energy demand on the island.
PhD student position in sustainable building design
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Architecture Engineering, Social Sciences
he project is part of the national inter-disciplinary doctoral school Energy Systems, phase 2. The vision of the programme is that sustainable energy systems are designed by individuals based on holistic perspectives and inter-disciplinary expert knowledge