PhD opportunities

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PhD opportunities for 2022 are now open. Opportunities will be listed here by type and alphabetically when they are released as well as on Twitter @DocBGS. Check regularly for updates. PhD research with BGS provides more information on:

  • the types of PhDs we offer
  • eligibility
  • equality, diversity
  • inclusion and how to apply

BUFI PhD opportunities for 2022

DTP / CDT: SSCP
University:
Imperial College (Professor Adrian Butler)
BGS research area: Environmental change, adaptation and resilience
Topic: Monitoring and forecasting
Lead BGS supervisor: Dr Chris Jackson and Dr John Bloomfield

DTP / CDT: SSCP
University:
Imperial College (Professor Adrian Butler)
BGS research area: Environmental change, adaptation and resilience
Topic: Monitoring and forecasting
Lead BGS supervisor: Dr Jon Mackay and Dr Chris Jackson

DTP / CDT: SSCP
University:
Imperial College London (Dr Rupert Myers, Dr Yves Plancherel and Dr Pablo Brito Parada)
BGS research area: Decarbonisation and resource management
Topic: Resource security and flows
Lead BGS supervisor: Tom Bide

DTP / CDT: SSCP
University:
Imperial College (Dr Gareth Roberts, Dr Yves Plancherel and Dr Alex Whittaker)
BGS research area: Environmental change, adaptation and resilience
Topic: Inorganic Geochemistry
Lead BGS supervisor: Dr Charles Gowing

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