Renewable Energy Marine Structures (REMS)
Renewable Energy Marine Structures CDT
Renewable Energy Marine Structures (REMS) is an EPSRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT), which has registered almost fifty Engineering Doctorate (EngD) and PhD students. This is a collaboration between Cranfield, Oxford and Strathclyde Universities. The REMS Programme began in October 2014 and completed its 5th and final round of recruitment in October 2018. A new CDT, Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Structures composed of Strathclyde, Oxford and Edinburgh Universities will succeed REMS taking in its first cohort in September 2019.
The REMS Centre will have significant and long lasting impact in four core areas (Society, Economy, Knowledge and People) through various innovative and novel activities, maximising the benefit offered from the research, training and outreach activities. The REMS Centre will build on existing best practice and impact activities undertaken at the partner institutes.