PhD Researcher in Waste Management, Cranfield University, UK

Postdoctoral Position in UK United Kingdom
PhD Researcher in Waste Management: Join an exciting fully funded PhD opportunity focusing on utilizing nanobubbles for the volume and yield stress reduction of organic-laden radioactive sludges in collaboration with Sellafield Ltd.


PhD Researcher in Nanobubbles for Waste Management

Research Area:

Nanobubbles for Volume and Yield Stress Reduction of Organic-Laden Radioactive Sludges


Cranfield University, UK, in collaboration with Sellafield Ltd


  • First or Second Class UK Honours degree or equivalent in a related discipline
  • Background in chemical or civil engineering, chemistry, or biological science
  • Understanding of municipal/industrial water/wastewater treatment
  • Self-motivated with excellent communication skills
  • Prior experience in the water or nuclear sector advantageous but not essential

Job Description:

The successful applicant will conduct groundbreaking research on applying nanobubbles to improve waste management at the UK’s designated nuclear waste management site. The focus will be on enhancing operational efficiency, cost savings, and safety in waste management through the innovative use of nanobubble technology.

How to Apply:

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in this exciting opportunity, please complete the online application form stating the reference number SWEE0260. For further information or queries, please contact Professor Peter Jarvis at or call 01234 750111.

Last Date for Apply:

Applications are accepted until July 31, 2024. Early applications are encouraged as interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of cutting-edge research in water infrastructure and resilience, with the potential to shape the future of waste management in the nuclear sector. Apply now!



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