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PhD in Digital Solutions for Optimizing the Hydrogen Supply Chain

University of Warwick

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Coventry
Funding for: UK Students
Funding amount: £19,237
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 24th June 2024
Closes: 24th September 2024

Funding Source: EPSRC DTP

Eligibly: Available to eligible home fees students.

Start Date: 30th September 2024

Your PhD will be a part of the HI-Act (Hydrogen Integration for Accelerated Energy Transition) national hydrogen research hub project funded by UKRI.
https://hi-act.ac.uk/

This prestigious opportunity invites applicants to contribute to a national Hub of excellence, which fosters a collaborative ecosystem that drives world-leading research with actionable outcomes and sustainable, long-term impacts. As a PhD candidate, you will collaborate with and receive support from esteemed academics across 10 leading UK universities, ensuring a rich, interdisciplinary research environment. For more information, visit HI-Act.

Project Overview

This research aims to address the significant challenges within the hydrogen supply chain by exploring its needs and developing digital supply chain solutions, including digital twins. Key areas of focus include understanding the requirements for hydrogen production, storage, transportation, distribution, and consumption across various applications such as industrial use, transportation, residential heating, and power generation. By analyzing these components, the research will identify critical supply chain challenges, resource availabilities, and opportunities to enhance efficiency and reduce costs while effectively meeting demand. The project will then develop digital solutions for supply chain optimization alongside creating digital twins for comprehensive modeling and simulation. These digital twins will enable detailed scenario analysis and predictive capabilities, providing insights into potential bottlenecks and enabling proactive management of the supply chain. The ultimate goal is to improve the efficiency, reliability, and sustainability of the hydrogen supply chain, fostering collaboration among stakeholders and paving the way for the broader adoption of hydrogen as a key energy source.

Essential and Desirable Criteria

A 2:1 Bachelors or a Masters Degree in Business, Engineering, Computer Science or relevant discipline

Funding and Eligibility

Available to eligible home fees students.

Key Information

Supervisors: Alok Choudhary, Sube Singh

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