The University of Exeter Doctoral College stimulates, supports and sustains a vibrant research and intellectual environment across and between disciplines for postgraduate and early career researchers. Focusing on investment and development in training, resources and facilities, the Doctoral College provides an outstanding quality experience for those in the early stages of their research careers. For more information, please visit https://www.exeter.ac.uk/doctoralcollege

Recent Submissions

  • Sensation Fiction and Modernity: Narratives of Order and Ambivalence in Mid-Victorian Britain 

    Green, J (University of Exeter College of Humanities, 15 July 2019)
    The mid-nineteenth-century genre of sensation fiction is primarily conceived of as articulating modernity through its depiction of sensory experience, especially as such is produced by technologically-generated mobility. ...
  • Development of Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Electrodes in Alkaline Electrochemical Systems 

    Loh, A (University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, 15 July 2019)
    In recent years as a larger proportion of our energy needs are being met by renewable energy sources, research and development in energy storage is becoming more significant. Oxygen electrodes, found in electrical energy ...
  • The Battle Over Kird/Zaza Identity Contruction in Cewlig/Bingol (1980-2015) 

    Ishakoglu, M (University of Exeter Centre for Kurdish Studies, 10 June 2019)
    This thesis examines the identity construction of Kird/Zaza in Çewlig/Bingöl. It will track how the Kird/Zaza identity is being constructed, and who the main actors of this identity formation are. This research will also ...
  • How do British political parties mobilise and contact voters to increase turnout? 

    King, W (University of Exeter SSIS - Politics., 15 July 2019)
    This thesis will explore how British political parties over the period 2010-2017 have developed their mobilisation and contacting methods. Looking at social media, demographics, and other salient issues, I will construct ...
  • Turbulence modelling of fluid-particle interaction 

    Riella, M (University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, 15 July 2019)
    The accurate prediction of turbulent fluid-particle behaviour has been a complex and elusive topic for researchers for several decades. The momentum and energy exchange between the fluid and particles, across the whole ...

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