Competition funded PhD Project open for applications (UK students only)
Applications are open for a funded PhD studentship at the University of Bath, one of a number that are in competition for funding from the University of Bath URSA competition.
An optimisable energy-water nexus approach for operational net zero homes
This doctoral study will work towards filling this gap by proposing an energy-water nexus approach for operational net zero homes. Within this framework, potential students may propose innovative strategies which includes assessment indices, BIM templates, process-based methods or decision tools aimed at the early-design and renovation planning stages. The emphasis should include the benchmarking, synthesis, application, and evaluation or innovative nexus technologies performance to facilitate solution optimisation and trade-offs, go/no-go decisions, and regulatory compliance. Importantly, candidates should propose outcomes that will deliver simple, optimisable methodological and practical design solutions that would enable the widespread scaling up of net-zero strategies to enable new or existing homes to meaningfully contribute to achieving the 2050 targets.
Deadline: 23 January 2022
Applicants should hold, or expect to receive, a First Class or good Upper Second Class Honours degree (or the equivalent) in Architecture, Architecture Engineering, Building Services Engineering or similar. Competencies in modelling and simulation software and tools will be highly beneficial. A master's level qualification would also be advantageous.
Non-UK applicants must meet the English language entry requirement.
Enquiries and applications
Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be directed to Dr Kemi Adeyeye ([email protected]), Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath