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STREAM-IDC

STREAM-IDC

The Industrial Doctorate Centre for the Water Sector: industry and universities working together.

This Programme is no longer open to applications

Please see Water Infrastructure and Resilience (WIRe) CDT for further opportunities.

The Industrial Doctorate Centre for the Water Sector: industry and universities working together.

STREAM is delivered by five academic centres of excellence, EPSRC, and leading industrial partners from the water sector.

Cranfield University coordinate the STREAM progamme. STREAM includes Imperial College London and the Universities of Sheffield, Newcastle and Exeter. It enables talented researchers to develop their skills and careers while studying for an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) degree.

An EngD is a four-year research degree awarded for industrially relevant research. The degree provides a more vocationally-oriented approach to obtaining a doctorate in engineering. It is commensurate with a PhD.

The STREAM PhD takes place over three and a half years. The focus is on a research project, and there's no taught element.

STREAM website: http://www.stream-idc.net/

Cohort VI: 2014

Aidan Robson

Cohort VII: 2015

Daniel Aiken

Cohort VIII: 2016

Lianna King

Cohort IX: 2017

Lindsey Furness

Cohort X: 2018

Sven Berendsen

Cohort V: 2013

Robert Bertsch

Cohort IV: 2012

Sarah Cotterill

Cohort III: 2011

Gregg Iceton

Cohort II: 2010

Matthew Holmes

Cohort I: 2009

Linda Olsson

    • The Rational Management Of The Risk Of Failure In Wastewater Treatment
    • Start Date: 1 October 2009
    • End Date: 30 September 2012 (MPhil awarded September 2012)
    • Research Area: Environment
    • Supervisors: Prof Tom Curtis and Northumbrian Water Limited
    • Current Status: Operational Scientist at Anglian Water

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