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Modelling bubble-particle interactions for solids separation

Bubble-particle systems are encountered in a wide range of industrial and environmental applications (flotation, bioreactors, slurry bubble columns) but the complex dynamics and interactions make the design and operation of such systems particularly challenging. Read more

Multi-modal travel in shared spaces – improving cooperation, safety, and traveller confidence

The Centre for National Training and Research Excellence in Understanding behaviour (CENTRE-UB) is inviting applications for a Doctoral Studentship in association with our collaborative partners Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) to start in October 2024. Read more

Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA)

About the course. The Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) program at Grenoble is a prestigious, internationally recognized doctoral program designed for business leaders and academics looking to advance their careers through research-driven solutions. Read more

Phosphonates: The Good, The Bad, and The Biodegradable

Organophosphonates are ancient molecules that contain the chemically stable C–P bond, which is considered a relic of the reducing atmosphere on primitive earth. Read more

Technology-Enriched Intensive Aphasia Rehabilitation – Development and evaluation of an integrated approach to speech and language therapy and physiotherapy for stoke survivors with aphasia.

Technology-Enriched Intensive Rehabilitation | University of Strathclyde. The project seeks to improve rehabilitation for stroke survivors with aphasia by integrating language intervention into physiotherapy exercise routines in the state-of-the art stroke rehabilitation centre at Strathclyde University. Read more

Evaluating Bacterial Acid Production and pH Dynamics in a Real-Time In-Vitro Polymicrobial Biofilm Model

Dental caries still remains a severe problem for both health and the economy. This oral disease is multifactorial and biofilm-dependent, caused by changes in the composition and metabolism of complex communities of oral biofilm. Read more

Dynamic Imaging for Real-Time Visualization of Bacterial Species Co-Distribution and Biofilm Matrix Components

Dental caries is a severe problem for both health and the economy. This oral disease is multifactorial and biofilm-dependent, caused by changes in the composition and metabolism of complex bacterial communities in oral biofilms. Read more

A 4-year PhD studentship on “ Understanding The Property-structure Relationship Through Combined XANES/DFT Structure Simulation”

Supervisors. Prof Gopinathan Sankar (UCL), Prof Furio Cora (UCL) and Huw Marchbank (Johnson Matthey PLC). A 4 year PhD studentship is available in the Department of Chemistry, University College London, which will commence in September 2024. . Read more

The Scottish Sheriff Court in the Seventeenth Century

Sheriff courts were the key regional nodes of both civil and criminal justice in early modern Scotland, but neither they nor their work have been subject to sustained modern analysis. Read more

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

PROJECT ADVERT. The management of chronic wounds poses a considerable burden on healthcare systems, with approximately 2.2 million patients currently afflicted, resulting in annual costs of £5.3 billion for the NHS to address wound care and its associated comorbidities, including amputations. Read more

Computational imaging in low resource settings

The Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing (BASP) laboratory at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh (HWU), headed by Professor Yves Wiaux is recruiting a PhD student for research on computational imaging in low-resource settings. Read more

Learning-based Resilient Image Compression for Object Detection

The project. The PhD project is a collaborative project between MBDA UK and the University of Bristol’s Visual Information Laboratory, on ‘Learning-based Resilient Image Compression for Object Detection’. Read more

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