The Aerosol Society aims to award annual scholarships to new graduates undertaking a course of study leading to a Doctorate at a United Kingdom or Irish University.
These scholarships will support, reward and encourage outstanding PhD students who are engaged in aerosol science. At the same time they will gain some experience in the presentation of work to a scientific audience. During their final year of study, our scientists are requested to present their research at a relevant Aerosol Society meeting or conference.
Michael Adams – University of Leeds
‘Development and application of a portable expansion chamber to investigate atmospheric ice nucleating particles’
Application to follow
Precious Akhuemokhan – Kings College London
‘Next Generation Nebuliser Formulations’
Florence Gregson – University of Bristol
‘Evaporative Drying of Droplets and the Formation of Structured and Functional Microparticles’
Alex Harrison – University of Leeds
‘Atmospheric mineral dust and its role in ice formation’
Robert Nishida – University of Cambridge
‘Development of a low-cost ultrafine particle sensor’
Camille Bilger – University of Cambridge
‘Numerical Simulation of Liquid Sprays for Jet Engine Applications’
Alison Connolly – NUI, Galway
‘Occupational Exposure to Pesticides of Horticultural Amenity Workers’
Joshua Holgate – Imperial College, London
‘Liquid Micro-droplet Effects in a Plasma’
Rose Willoughby – University of Bristol
‘Improving the Understanding of the Optical Properties of Atmospheric Aerosols’
Áine Broderick – NUI,Galway
‘Indoor Aerosol Pollution Measurement in Energy Efficient Homes’
The award is currently for £600.00 per annum.
Please complete the online application form below and upload a 1 page CV and a short essay (3000 words) on the topic of your project. The essay should give an impression of your grasp of, and enthusiasm for, the subject as well as an indication of your current ability.
A statement from your supervisor is also required. In this statement the start date and anticipated end date of the PhD should be provided as well as confirmation of the enrolment in a PhD programme in a UK or Irish university including details and amount of the stipend the student receives. Please send to Sonia Mills firstname.lastname@example.org
In order for the award to be considered for renewal for subsequent years: