NEW A new set of 2017 DREAM PhD studentships are now available – we look forward to hearing from you.
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DREAM is delivered by four UK centres of research excellence in Big Data and Risk and Mitigation; co-ordinated by Cranfield University, together with the University of Cambridge, Newcastle University and the University of Birmingham. DREAM partners encompass the Big Data and risk interests of major public and private sector institutions, including the EU Joint Research Centre | Esri (UK) | British Geological Survey (BGS) | Bluesky Ltd. | Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) | Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) | Atkins Global (SNC Lavalin) | Anglian Water Ltd. | Infrastructure UK | Willis | ARUP | JBA | Northumbria Water Ltd. | Newcastle City Council | Centrica | Defra | East Suffolk Council | Severn Trent Water plc. | Ordnance Survey (OS) | Environment Agency (EA) | Herbert Smith Freehills commercial lawyers | Lloyds Register Foundation | Marine Scotland | Milton Keynes Council | British Antarctic Survey (BAS) | Willis | Willis Research Network (WRN) | Marine Management Organisation (MMO) | Nuclear Decommissioning Authority | Public Health England | Birmingham City Council | Scottish National Heritage | Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC EC) | AgriEPI Centre | CHAPS Centre | and the James Hutton Institute (JHI).
Working with our partners, we will conduct frontier research, training talented researchers in new skills for high impact and industrially-relevant Doctoral (PhD) degrees.