Our PhD projects are multidisciplinary
Caption: "With my research, I try to understand how many species of dinosaurs were there at the end of their evolutionary legacy, before they vanished forever 66 million years ago." Alessandro Chiarenza - Cohort 2
Caption: "My project looks at trying to understand what environmental factors may be causing spatial differences in bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef." Charlotte Page - Cohort 4
Caption: "My PhD uses and develops models of off-grid power systems to simulate their lifetime, and ask questions relevant to stakeholders, with the aim of providing low-carbon power to more people." Hamish Beath - Cohort 4
Caption: "My PhD uses geophysical data – extremely accurate measurements of the Earth’s velocity, relief, magnetic and gravitational fields - to investigate the structure of the volcanic islands of the Lesser Antilles." Robert Allen - Cohort 3
Caption: "Ocean currents carry heat, pollution and even missing plane wings across the global ocean. Using tracks of floating objects, my research helps understand how distant parts of the ocean are connected and what this means for the material being carried." Ronan McAdam - Cohort 2
The SSCP’s key scientific challenge is to understand and quantify complex biological, physical and human systems, and the interactions between them, in sufficient detail to predict and manage future change. This knowledge is used to develop innovative technical, business and policy responses to environmental and societal challenges.
We aim to equip the next generation of researchers with the scientific knowledge, research and broader skills to enable them to make significant and long-term contributions to environmental and economic well being on a changing planet.