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Doutoramentos em Ciências Ambientais / Energéticas na República Checa

O PhD pode variar dependendo da instituição e país em que é concedida. A maioria dos estudiosos perseguir um PhD por causa da forte motivação para contribuir com a comunidade acadêmica, bem como verdadeira curiosidade sobre a sua área de estudo escolhida.   Os objetivos dos programas de estudos ambientais incluem encontrar formas de aumentar a eficiência energética, minimizar… Leia mais

O PhD pode variar dependendo da instituição e país em que é concedida. A maioria dos estudiosos perseguir um PhD por causa da forte motivação para contribuir com a comunidade acadêmica, bem como verdadeira curiosidade sobre a sua área de estudo escolhida. 

Os objetivos dos programas de estudos ambientais incluem encontrar formas de aumentar a eficiência energética, minimizar a poluição, aumentar a consciência ambiental e encorajar o uso de energias alternativas. O principal foco dos estudantes será aprender a avaliar e solucionar problemas ambientais.  

República Checa tem uma formação universitária baseada bem estabelecida e de pesquisa. Isso fez com que o aprendizado ini Praga uma das respeitado currículo 's na Europa, uma vez que cultiva o espírito de criatividade e inovação entre os estudantes.

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UBC PRISM Lab

The livestock sector faces increasing pressure to identify and adopt strategies to reduce resource use and environmental impacts so as to maintain social license within the co ... +

The livestock sector faces increasing pressure to identify and adopt strategies to reduce resource use and environmental impacts so as to maintain social license within the context of sustainable production and consumption. While relatively efficient in terms of environmental outcomes per unit of product compared to other livestock species, the scale and projected increase in production in the global egg sector necessitates concerted efforts towards achieving this goal. Predictive analytics using artificial intelligence (AI) techniques provide novel and potentially powerful meanings of integrating and parsing diverse data streams from the poultry sector. This four year, funded Ph.D. project will answer this challenge by (1) preprocessing Canadian egg industry data through tasks such as outlier identification and prediction of missing data, which makes data streams suitable for AI techniques; (2) identifying or developing, validating, and implementing the best selected AI techniques; and (3) utilizing lifecycle-based, multi-criteria assessment methods in order to improve sustainability decision support in the Canadian egg industry. -
PhD
Full-time
4 anos
Inglês
Set. 2022
Campus
 

UBC PRISM Lab

The Food Systems PRISM Lab is seeking a highly qualified and highly motivated post-doctoral fellow to contribute to research and research management in the field of agri-food ... +

The Food Systems PRISM Lab is seeking a highly qualified and highly motivated post-doctoral fellow to contribute to research and research management in the field of agri-food life cycle assessment. In light of the current COVID situation, a remote appointment may be considered. -
PhD
Full-time
Inglês
Set. 2022
Campus
 

UBC PRISM Lab

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be harnessed to develop predictive models of potential climate change impacts and mitigation/adaption measures in a variety of application con ... +

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be harnessed to develop predictive models of potential climate change impacts and mitigation/adaption measures in a variety of application contexts. In this four year, funded Ph.D. project, predictive analytic models will be developed to estimate the probable range of morbidity, mortality, productivity, resource/environmental, economic, and animal welfare impacts associated with extreme heat events for each livestock species in British Columbia, Canada, under current climate change projections, and to assess the potential benefits/trade-offs associated with scenarios for heat stress risk monitoring and mitigation technology implementation. -
PhD
Full-time
4 anos
Inglês
Set. 2022
Campus
 

UBC PRISM Lab

This four year, funded Ph.D. project will answer this challenge by (1) identifying available heat stress monitoring/mitigation technologies; (2) mapping the heat risk for BC l ... +

This four year, funded Ph.D. project will answer this challenge by (1) identifying available heat stress monitoring/mitigation technologies; (2) mapping the heat risk for BC livestock populations under regionalized climate change projections; and (3) utilizing environmental life cycle assessment and techno-economic assessments to determine and compare and sustainability benefits and trade-offs associated with a subset of priority heat stress monitoring/mitigation solutions. -
PhD
Full-time
4 anos
Inglês
Set. 2022
Campus
 

UBC PRISM Lab

Cultivating and processing animal feed contributes a disproportionate share of the resource and environmental impacts of livestock production. Social license for the livestock ... +

Cultivating and processing animal feed contributes a disproportionate share of the resource and environmental impacts of livestock production. Social license for the livestock sector will also likely be increasingly predicated on its ability to reduce direct competition for arable land and human-edible feed resources. This four year, funded Ph.D. project will answer this challenge by (1) identifying and mapping the availability of alternative feed resources for the poultry industry in Canada, including (for example), single-cell proteins from forest industry residues, insects meals, and food waste-to-feed products; (2) undertaking detailed environmental life cycle assessment and techno-economic assessments of each feed resource pathway, and (3) assessing their potential for contributing to sustainable poultry production based on a combination of environmental, economic, and nutritional objectives and constraints. -
PhD
Full-time
4 anos
Inglês
Set. 2022
Campus