Recruitment to the CDT has now closed however research in the field of Sustainable Infrastructure and Cities will continue through UKCRIC, Industry and University of Southampton funded standard PhD projects please follow the link below to find out more: http://blog.soton.ac.uk/cdt-sis/ukcric-supported-phd/
CDT SIS Fifth Annual Conference, 20th November 2019
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Infrastructure Systems at the University of Southampton is holding its fifth annual conference on the 20th November 2019. The conference is an integral part of the CDT’s annual programme of events and is organised and facilitated by current first year students.The conference will be taking place from 9am to 4pm in the Hartley Suite at the University of Southampton.
To sign up to present or attend please follow the link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cdt-sis-conference-2019-creating-a-sustainable-future-tickets-59536590545
The Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Programme
The CDT 4-year integrated PhD or Engineering Doctorate programmes provide comprehensive transferable, technical and leadership skills training. Each student will tailor their programme of learning so as to deepen their technical understanding and prepare them for the challenges of undertaking cutting edge interdisciplinary research in the Energy, Water and Transportation sectors. Research and training will take place in the context of addressing global infrastructure and sustainability issues.
The research component of our PhD programme will push forward and innovate, addressing questions of how to make our global infrastructure:
- Efficient in their use of energy and materials;
- Effective in serving society’s needs;
- Resilient to natural and man-made shock loadings and demands;
- Adaptable to changing patterns of use, behaviour and climate;
- Sustainable in environmental, social and economic terms.
The CDT is located in the School of Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton which is ranked as the top university in the UK for General Engineering Power by the Research Excellence Framework.