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Self-Organising Mobile Networks using Machine Learning

BT are at the forefront of the current 5G roll out in the UK. Through this, they have given us a glimpse of the many exciting applications that high speed and low latency communications will enable. Read more

Efficient low-complexity localization system for tracking objects

  Research Group: Communication and Networks
This project should present an efficient low-complexity localization system for tracking objects. A geometrically small omnidirectional dual-band array within a very small height that can be fit at the top of the car surface. Read more

Future of global sustainability: A new perspective for post-COVID multicultural business

Covid-19 has changed the global landscape of businesses swiftly and many transport companies have started focussing mainly on moving basic commodities such as food, medicine, and clothing around the globe. Read more

Full waveform seismic processing for mineral exploration

The search for very deep deposits is becoming more and more important in mineral exploration. Due to the absence of surface indicators and the prohibitive cost of deep drilling, indirect methods, such as geophysical surveys, are essential in such context. Read more

Automated Configuration of Simulation Parameters

State of the art automotive propulsion system development uses a blend of physical experiments and high-fidelity simulation to provide a highly realistic environment to study system behavior. Read more

Analysis and control of multi-agent systems using partial differential equations

A multi-agent system (MAS) refers to a group of interacting robots or, more generally, dynamical systems. Typical examples are robot swarms, traffic flows, smart grids, communication networks, and transportation systems. Read more

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