Newcastle University is inviting applications from UK and International students for four funded PhD opportunities.

Students will benefit from a bespoke training scheme delivered by world leading experts from academia and industry, access to world leading experimental and computational facilities as well as close and regular contact with industry and end user partners. CDT WIRe is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community, and offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies. For further information on the CDT WIRe scheme visit the web site:

The four doctorates available are:

Proactive management of dissolved organic carbon in catchments to mitigate climate change impacts on trihalomethanes formation in water treatment (sponsored by Northumbrian Water Limited & EPSRC)

Resilience to climate change and its impact on dissolved manganese concentration in water reservoirs (sponsored by Scottish Water & EPSRC)

Catchments as the first stage of treatment (sponsored by UKWIR & EPSRC)

Quantifying and Abating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Large Wastewater Treatment Plants (sponsored by Northumbrian Water Limited and EPSRC)

Details can be found on the links above.

Closing date for all applications 16 May