PV panels efficiency improvement
About the project or challenge area
The main requirement for students applying to this project is a knowledge, at graduate level of thermodynamics, electrical /electronic.
A bench fee of £1500 is required.
How to apply
All students can apply using the button below, following the Admissions Statement (PDF, 188kB). Please note that this is an advertised project, which means you only have to complete Section A of the Research Statement.
This project is not funded, for further details please use this link.
Before applying, we recommend getting in touch with the project's supervisors. If you are interested in this project and would like to learn more about the research you will be undertaking, please use the contact details on this page.
Your supervisor for this project will be Dr Hind Saidani-Scott, Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering.
Your co-supervisor for this project will be Dr Bethan Charles, Lecturer in the School of Mechanical Engineering.
Find out more about your prospective research community
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