2019 University of Nottingham Ningbo China PhD scholarships
Deadline: March 15, 2019.
At UNNC Graduate School, you are joining our community of world-class scholars, outstanding students and aspiring early career researchers. We aim to produce future leaders through our innovative and rigorous research trainings, as well as providing excellent learning support and research experience through our modern libraries, labs and training centers.
PhD Research Areas
The above scholarships are to support research projects outlined under the following themes:
1. FACULTY OF BUSINESS
Accounting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Economy, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Information System, Marketing, Organisational Behaviour, Operations Management, Strategy.
2. FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
- International Higher Education
- Bilingual/Multilingual Education
- Intercultural Studies in Education
- TESOL, TEAP/TESP
for research proposal discussion, Professor Anwei Feng: [email protected]
Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Literary Studies, Psycholinguistics/Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, Approaches/theoretical Orientations.
For research proposal discussion: Dr Nancy Liu: [email protected]
- Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics
- International Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, Economics of Regional Integration, Tourism Economics
- Development Economics; Economics of Emerging Economies (e.g., China & African Countries)
- Mathematical Economics, Game Theory
- Financial Economics
- Public Economics, Health Economics, Education Economics, Environmental Economics
- Labor Economics
For research proposal discussion, Dr Chang Liu: [email protected]
Media, Digital Media, Computer Games, Game Studies, Mobile Media Studies, Journalism, Documentary, Film/Cinema (including film philosophy), Cultural and Creative Industries, Cultural Policy, Critical and Cultural Theory, Irish and British Art, Everyday Life, Popular Culture, Sport Cultures, Subcultures, Gender Studies, E-Learning, Public Sphere, Translation and Interpretation, Radio Studies, Language Pedagogy, Multimedia, Gender/Sexuality and Literature, and Convergent Journalism.
For research proposal discussion: Professor Andrew White: [email protected]
International Relations, Comparative History and Politics, Area Studies, International Political Sociology, History, World History, History of Empires and Colonialism.
For research proposal discussion, Dr. David O’Brien: [email protected]
3. FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Composites (Leader: Prof Chris Rudd)
Research areas: Thermoplastic composites, Carbon Fiber recycling, 3D printing Composites, Carbon Fiber SMC, Bio composites, smart composite.
Power electronics, Machines and Control (Leader: Prof Chris Gerada)
Research areas: Electrical machines, Motor drives and motor control, Power Electronics and Thermal management.
Geospatial and Geohazards (Leader: Dr Craig Matthew Hancock)
Research areas: Engineering surveying and remote Measurement, Geospatial science, Positioning and navigation technologies, and Geohazards.
Advanced and Intelligent Manufacturing (Leader: Prof Dragos Axinte)
Research areas: Conventional& non-conventional material removal processes, Processes for adding materials, Modelling, dynamics and control of manufacturing processes, Reactive manufacturing processes, Automation of manufacturing processes, and Process planning and lean production.
Natural Resource Conservation and Urban Resilience. (Leader: Dr Jun He)
Research areas: Air quality and pollution control, Urban climate change, Water quality and wastewater treatment, Aquatic resource and soil management, Solid waste management and treatment.
Artificial Intelligence and Optimisation (Leader: Prof Ruibin Bai)
Research areas: Computational intelligence and data mining, Computer vision and image processing, Transportation analysis and optimisation.
Advanced Energy and Environmental Materials & Technologies (Leader: Prof Tao Wu)
Research areas: Advanced composite materials, Granular materials and geotechnology, and New energy and environmental materials.
Fluids and Thermal Engineering (Leader: Prof Yuying Yan)
Research areas: Fluids and multiphase flows, Heat transfer enhancement, Thermal management for automotive and other energy systems, Biomimetics approaches of functional surface with fluids; Multiscale modelling, Thermofluids-related renewable-energy technologies; HVAC in the built environment; Refrigeration; Engines and thermal systems.
Partial Differential Equations (Leader: Dr Behrouz Emamizadeh)
Research areas: Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations, Nonlinear Analysis, Rearrangement Optimization Problems, Free Boundary Problems, Free Discontinuity Problems, Regularity of Solutions, Fractional Differential Equations, Shape Optimization Problems, Eigenvalue Problems, Overdetermined and Symmetry Problems, Numerical Analysis, Finite Element Methods, Error Estimates.
- Applicants must have a first class honours undergraduate degree or 65% and above for a Masters’ degree from a British university, or the equivalent from other institutions.
- Applicants must meet the required English language proficiency for the relevant subject area.
IELTS 6.5 (minimum 6.0 in all elements) or its equivalent is required for Faculty of Science and Engineering (FoSE) scholarship applicants.
- More details can be found on the ‘ entry requirements’ page of the website.
- Tuition fee
- Monthly stipend (RMB4,500)
- Medical insurance with designate providers
- All above items are covered for up to 36 months based on satisfactory progression
- All regulations set out in the UNNC PGR Scholarship Policy apply
In addition to the above scholarship, successful candidates also have the opportunity to carry out paid teaching or research assistant duties at UNNC.