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Artificial Spectroscopy for Open-Ended Artificial Chemistries

Life itself is a highly evolved complex system, which makes it difficult to disentangle its necessary properties (eg, its information processing needs) from its contingent properties (eg, its embodiment in a specific physico-chemical substrate). Read more

Trust In Autonomous Vehicles

Problem Statement. Several recent research studies have suggested that “lack of trust” is one of the major factors which is slowing the commercial introduction of autonomous vehicles. Read more

Engineering minimal molecular replicators

We invite applications for a Royal Society-funded 4-year PhD studentship, "Engineering minimal molecular replicators". The experimental project will be undertaken within Dr Thomas Ouldridge's "Principles of Molecular Systems" group [1] within the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London. Read more

Change your world – choose Glasgow for PhD study

University of Glasgow. At the University of Glasgow, our aim is to offer the best environment for your talent to flourish. If you have an idea, if you have dedication and passion, you could have what it takes to become a UofG world changer. Read more

Naturalness of autonomous vehicles

Problem Statement. Naturalness and simplicity are well known prerequisites of success in product, system and service design. Autonomous vehicles have, however, few precedents in human history and are thus generally unfamiliar to people. Read more

Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Games for health, life and accessibility

Artificial Intelligence, games, intelligent and interactive applications are becoming more integrated in our everyday lives, as well as becoming important areas of focus within the fields of Creative Computing, Digital Media, Artificial Intelligence and Human-Computer Interaction research. Read more

ACRC Academy

The vision of the Advanced Care Research Centre is of high‐quality data‐driven, personalised and affordable care that supports the independence, dignity and quality‐of‐life of people in later life living in their own homes and in supported care environments. Read more

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music (AIM)

Our Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) offers a four year training programme where students will carry out a PhD in the intersection of AI and music, supported by taught specialist modules, industrial placements, and skills training. . Read more

Artificial intelligence experimental design for healthcare data

The PhD research will investigate efficient ways of applying artificial intelligence in healthcare. Artificial intelligence and, in particular, machine learning algorithms have proved extremely efficient in dealing with data generated by healthcare practitioners. Read more

Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB) EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Chemical Biology: Innovation for the Life Sciences

Fully funded four-year studentships available for UK and International students. The Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) is a postgraduate training programme, which forms the heart of the ICB at Imperial College London. Read more

Artificial intelligence for mapping evidence to target unmet needs of people with vision impairment in low- and middle-income countries

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
*Application closing date has been extended from 24 to 31 January 2022*. A key step for planning health interventions for unmet needs in LMICs is mapping the evidence on the impact of these unmet needs. Read more

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