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Applications are sought for 4 funded interdisciplinary PhD positions at TCD, including a 25,000 annual stipend and PhD fees.

Successful applicants will work on the ASHA – Achieving Sustainable Housing Affordably – Project, involving research across Law, Geography, and Engineering. All researchers will receive interdisciplinary supervision across at least two of these disciplines. ASHA seeks to develop solutions for sustainable housing without exacerbating inequalities driven by housing affordability pressures.

Applications are sought from all of these fields of expertise. A high 2.1 or 1st class degree at undergraduate level in geography, planning, law, sustainability science or an affiliated area is essential; a relevant masters degree is desirable. Empirical research experience is also an advantage, but not essential for all positions.

Click through for further details on the application process, project details, and PI contacts:

  1. A Deliberative Pathway to Equitable Sustainable Housing:
  2. Bringing vacant housing back into use:
  3. Sustainable housing and climate change adaptation in Dublin:
  4. How sustainable is sustainable housing?:

Applications are due in by Friday 15th December.