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MyWorld: Intelligent Cinematography

This project will employ AI-based technologies to enhance motion-picture photography and visual storytelling effectively. These include composition of a scene, camera positions, lighting design and scene understanding. Read more

Delegation in Complex Conflicts

In the last decade, principal–agent theory has almost completely dominated theorizing on conflict delegation. Although not without criticism, it is fair to say that principal– agent theory has become the dominant framework through which we have come to study external support to non-state armed groups. Read more

MyWorld: End-to-End Learned Video Compression

In recent years, video compression has played an essential role in the application and uptake of video technologies across film, television, terrestrial and satellite transmission, surveillance and particularly Internet video. Read more

Liquid Transistors: Real-time Probabilistic Computing with Non-linear Analogue Components

"Perfection has always been expensive". An area where this is certainly true, and is rapidly becoming more so, is electronic systems design where the goal is to perform useful, stable computation. Read more

A theoretical framework of multi-task optimisation

  Research Group: School of Computing
This project proposes a novel mathematical framework of Bayesian computing utilising the advantage of novel information units, neural spikes and synapses, of the brain. Read more

The relationship between vegetation and morphology in saltmarsh restoration schemes

Managed realignment, where coastal flood defences are breached or lowered to introduce tidal inundation to the coastal hinterland, is becoming an increasingly popular approach to coastal management to restore saltmarsh environments and compensate for habitat and ecosystem service loss elsewhere. Read more

Perceptions of Women in Politics

Worldwide, more women than ever before participate in politics, be it as candidates, Members of Parliament, cabinet members or - in some countries - heads of state. Read more

The role of grazing in ecosystem service delivery in saltmarsh restoration schemes

Managed realignment, where coastal flood defences are breached or lowered to introduce tidal inundation to the coastal hinterland, is becoming an increasingly popular approach to coastal management to restore saltmarsh environments and compensate for habitat and ecosystem service loss elsewhere. Read more

Developing new techniques to identify fugitive methane emissions and their sources

Methane is a major greenhouse gas and so contributes to climate change. Cranfield and Schlumberger are offering an iCASE PhD studentship, developing practical methods to monitor methane emissions from point source emissions such as oil and gas facilities. Read more

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