15 Fully funded PhD studentships at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen

Employer: Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen
Job location
Studentships are available at all four of our partner universities - University of Nottingham, Loughborough University, University of Birmingham and Ulster University
Job salary
£17,185 pa
Job closing date

Do you want your PhD study to be part of a meaningful contribution towards a net-zero energy system?

Are you curious to discover how an energy research environment can be enriched through different perspectives from fellow researchers?

Can you contribute to the research and development of hydrogen-based solutions needed to meet the net-zero challenge?

An exciting PhD experience

The Universities of Nottingham, Loughborough, Birmingham and Ulster have joined forces to become a national Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen (SusHy CDT). The CDT is collaborating with over 40 companies and organisations to provide a new integrated PhD experience. You will join a multidisciplinary team of PhD researchers, supervised by world leading experts, with access to excellent research facilities across the Universities and our collaboration partners.

At the SusHy CDT, we recruit people with high academic ability and we aim to create a gender-balanced multidisciplinary team from a broad range of races, cultures, and social backgrounds. We are interested in your life experience, because we know there are too many technologies that unintentionally fail sections of the population (e.g. smart technologies developed using biased datasets). We believe listening to different perspectives can inform and improve our research. Diversity in our staff, partners and students helps us to challenge theories and improve understanding in order to design optimal hydrogen-based solutions. Being willing to share your insights is crucial to achieving a vibrant and creative research environment, contributing to the shared aim of investigating hydrogen innovations to meet the global energy challenge

Investment in you

The integrated PhD in Sustainable Hydrogen is a 4-year programme which, in addition to your research project, will include a combination of taught skills and experiential learning. The training programme we offer will support you throughout your PhD journey, providing the multidisciplinary training you’d expect, but also developing entrepreneurial, managerial and project skills along with the skills needed to communicate your ideas to a wide range of audiences. In addition, we provide opportunities to develop your skills through industrial secondments, outreach activities, industry challenge events and writing retreats.

Join our research community

The SusHy CDT studentship covers UK tuition fees and provides a tax-free stipend of £17,185 pa. Studentship eligibility criteria are defined by the EPSRC.