WELCOME TO THE WISE CDT
Awarded “Good” – the highest possible assessment – in EPSRC’s 2017 Mid-Term Review
Up to 20 four-year fully funded PhD studentships per year
Taught Programme in Exeter for Year 1
Research project in Years 2-4 in an internationally-renowned water research centre
Annual residential summer-school, research seminars and social events
Transferable Skills Training
PhD SUCCESS: GIOVANNI D MUSOLINO
Congratulations to Giovanni D Musolino (Cohort 3, Cardiff) for successfully defending his thesis on 28th June 2021. Giovanni has been researching “Flood Modelling and Hazard Assessment for Extreme Events in Riverine Basins”. Well done, Giovanni!
PhD Success: Lina Stein
Congratulations to Lina Stein (Cohort 3, Bristol) for successfully defending her thesis on 28th May 2021. Lina’s PhD is entitled “Using hydrological process knowledge to assess flood generation and changes on a global scale”. Well done, Lina!
WISE CDT journal paper: “Hydroinformatics Education”
WISE has been developing a journal paper about the CDT, our approach to postgraduate training and the lessons we have learned so far. We are delighted to report that this paper is now available in the journal “ Hydrology and Earth System Sciences” (HESS) – see https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-25-2721-2021. WISE would like to thank everyone who has contributed […]
PhD Success: Sebastian Gnann
Congratulations to Sebastian Gnann (Cohort 3, Bristol) for successfully defending his thesis on 14th April 2021. Sebastian’s PhD is entitled “Baseflow generation at the catchment scale – An investigation using comparative hydrology”. Well done, Sebastian!
PhD Success: Elli Mitrou
Congratulations to Elli Mitrou (Cohort 1, Cardiff) for successfully defending her thesis on 1st April 2021. Elli’s PhD is entitled “Large-eddy simulations of multi-phase plumes in crossflow and stratified flow”. Well done, Elli!
PhD Success: Dolores Gonzalez Olias
Congratulations to Dolores Gonzalez Olias (Cohort 3, Bath) for successfully defending her thesis on 2nd March 2021. Lola’s PhD is entitled “Self-powered biosensors for water quality monitoring: sensor development and signal treatment”. Well done, Lola!
WISE CDT provides a unique opportunity for students to participate in shaping their own research topic. This, coupled with the wide range of skills they will acquire by completing all that the postgraduate school offers, makes them very attractive prospective recruits for the Water industry.
WISE CDT exemplifies our aim to build a highly skilled workforce with industry partners through doctoral training.
Wessex Water is seeing the emergence of skills and knowledge gaps in common with other companies in the water sector…. The WISE CDT helps address these gaps by providing leading interdisciplinary training across the subject areas of water engineering and informatics which are vital for the future of this industry and highly pertinent to our company.
It’s immensely satisfying that WISE students continue to support the economic, environmental and social strategies of business with their cutting edge bespoke research