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How long you will study
2 - 3 years

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About Earth Resources at University of Exeter

“Studying for my PhD at the Camborne School of Mines has been an excellent experience. I have undertaken fieldwork in Australia and South Africa and had access to state of the art numerical modelling software. The international reputation of the Department was a factor when deciding to study in Cornwall.” Neil Ford EPSRC Case Award – Rio Tinto: Numerical modelling of fracture networks applied to Block Caving

CSM provides a diverse range of research opportunities reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of the expertise of the academic staff within the internationally renowned Department. The following research groups provide an insight into the range of exciting opportunities available, that include:

  • applied geology and mineralogy

  • rock mass characterisation

  • blast vibration analysis

  • rock fracture networks

  • automated sorting

  • geostatistical data analysis

  • renewable energy

  • wave characterisation

  • health and safety

  • underground telecommunication

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