CASE PhD in carbon capture and storage at the BP Institute funded with BP to work on the storage efficiency of potential storage sites, focussing on the role of heterogeneity in the rock structure on the fraction of pore space which may be accessed by CO2 injected into the formation.
The successful applicant will have a good 1 or 2.1 class degree in mathematics, physics, engineering or earth sciences and will work with Prof A. W. Woods of the BP Institute on mathematical and experimental models as well as analysing field data from various field trials.
PhD CASE Award
BP Institute, University of Cambridge
Prof AW Woods