Professor Alexandra Turchyn, Department of Earth Sciences and Professor John Taylor, Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics are offering three internships of three weeks duration (each). These summer internships are offered as part of the Strategies for the Evaluation and Assessment Of Ocean based Carbon Dioxide Removal (SEAO2-CDR) project, which seeks to develop OCDR beyond current feasibility studies by establishing the mechanisms and frameworks required to support the evaluation and application of archetypal biological, chemical and physical OCDR techniques.
Jobs and Opportunities within the Centre for Climate Repair
INTERNSHIP: Database assimilation for ocean biogeochemical modelling
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INTERNSHIIP: Exploring advanced supercapacitor electrodes for electrochemical CO2 capture
Dr Alex Forse, Department of Chemistry, is offering an internship to explore those promising candidates of supercapacitor electrodes and improve the electrochemical CO2 capture performance.
INTERNSHIP: Curriculum Development for Sustainability for the Third Pole Cryosphere Region
Professor Michael Bravo from the Department of Geography will be supervising this internship. Please scroll down the list found on the link below until you see his name/Dept of Geography.
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INTERNSHIP: Modelling ocean carbon solutions
Prof. John R Taylor is looking for two students to work on a group project to help develop, test, and apply a computational tool to simulate the fluid dynamics and biological and chemical interactions at play in ocean CDR applications. Please click on the link below for further details.