Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies




Interested in conducting cutting-edge research in the area of sustainable chemical technologies? We're looking for excellent chemists, chemical engineers, biologists, physicists and other scientists with an interest in sustainability to join us.

4-year PhD Studentships

We are now accepting applications for the 2018 intake to the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Chemical Technologies. Apply early as the application process is competitive. To be considered for the next round of interviews, you must apply by 22 January. See application details. 

We consider applications from excellent students, or those who are self-funded, throughout the year. 

Accepted candidates will benefit from all the advantages of studying within the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Chemical Technologies

You will have the opportunity to undertake challenging research, combined with training in scientific, societal and business aspects of sustainability. You will work with Science and Engineering researchers from across the University of Bath, with support from our range of industrial and international partners. There are more than 50 projects available across the disciplines represented in the CSCT. See research themes and current projects. See below for project-specific studentships.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to csct@bath.ac.uk.

Project-specific Studentships

No project-specific studentships available at the moment.

Job vacancy

Centre Manager

Salary: Starting from £39,992, rising to £47,722
Closing Date: Tuesday 30 January 2018
Interview Date: Wednesday 07 February 2018

Apply here

We are inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to provide management to ensure the successful delivery and future sustainability of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Chemical Technologies (SCT).

The Manager will work closely with the CDT directors, academic supervisors, and our industrial and international partners. This will be a wide-ranging role with responsibility for delivering the strategy of the Centre both within the long-term vision and on a daily basis. The CDT Manager will also pursue additional funding and long-term engagement with new and existing UK and international industrial and academic partners and will be responsible for coordinating public engagement and impact activities and for liaison with EPSRC.

The successful candidate will hold a PhD degree or equivalent professional qualification and have significant experience in a similar role. It is essential that candidates have project and finance management skills and experience of stakeholder management at the interface of academia and industry.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to the Centre Director, Professor Matthew Davidson: m.g.davidson@bath.ac.uk