School of GeoSciences

E3 Doctoral Training Partnership

Students

We recruit 18+ students each year via our annual studentships competition.

See the students which make up each of our cohorts.

The 2014 cohort

2016 Cohort

2015 Cohort

2014 Cohort


2014 Cohort

Jakob Assmann

  • Phenology shifts and greening of Arctic tundra vegetation with climate change
  • Dr R Ennos, ICAPB ~ Dr. Isla Myers-Smith

Amelia Bain

  • Eruption dynamics of cyclic vulcanian explosions from Galeras volcano
  • Dr. Eliza Calder ~ Dr. Loughlin (BGS)

Rachel Bartlett

Corinne Baulcomb

  • Modelling Complex Social Systems in the Context of Coastal Ecosystem Services & Resource Management
  • Barnes (SRUC) ~ Dr. Meriwether Wilson

Frederick Bowyer

  • Triggering the Cambrian Explosion: Carbon Cycle reorganisation and the rise of Metazoans
  • Professor Rachel Wood ~ AT13 ~ Dr. Poulton (Leeds)

Oliver Cawdell

  • Understanding the role of Scottish rivers in the global carbon cycle: Sources and reactivities of organic matter in Scottish lakes and streams.
  • Dr. Gregory Cowie ~ Professor Kate Heal

Frazer Christie

David Cooper

Matthew Dumont

Sophie Flack-Prain

Rebecca Giesler

Gabriela Hadjuk

  • Inbreeding and infidelity in an Australian passerine bird
  • Dr Craig Walling (Bio Sci) ~ Dr Mathew Bell (Bio Sci) ~ Prof. Loeske Kruuk

Rebekah Harries

  • Unravelling climate and tectonic changes in the sediment record using the Jáchal region, South Central Andes as a natural laboratory
  • Dr. Linda Kirstein ~ Dr. Mikael Attal

Emma Hipkins

Stephen Ives

  • Assessing ecological resilience to human induced environmental change in shallow lakes
  • SPEARS (CEH) ~ Professor Kate Heal

Louis Kinnear

Rosa Milowdoski (Nee Sharp)

Leo Peskett

  • Runoff generation, flowpaths and flooding in the changing environment of upland UK
  • Professor Kate Heal ~ Dr. MacDonald (BGS)

Gavin Sim

  • CHROMATICS: Chromium speciation, transport and fate in Clyde catchment soils, sediments and waters: understanding Cr mobility in urban-industrial environments
  • Dr. Margaret Graham ~ Dr. Bryne Ngwenya

Thomas Stokes

Haydn Thomas

Warwick Wainwright

  • The economic value of Farm Animal Genetic Resources (FAnGR) conservation in the UK, Brazil and Malawi
  • Dr. Moran (SRUC) ~ AI

Jack Yates

  • Using models of the Earth system to develop bio-signatures for identifying habitable exoplanets
  • Professor Paul Palmer ~ Prof. Cockell (Physics & Astronomy) ~ Dr. Biller (Royal Observatory)