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  Population Health Data Science: data mining within a novel platform (EpiGraphDB) being developed within the MRC IEU
  Dr T Gaunt, Prof P Flach, Dr B Elsworth
Application Deadline: 16 December 2019
4-year PhD starting in October 2019. Closing date. 5pm, 17th December 2018. We are seeking an enthusiastic postgraduate researcher with a strong interest in data science applied to health.
  DTC CS 6 - Data Mining and Predictive Data Analytics
  Dr X Xie
Applications accepted all year round
The Swansea Vision group (csvision.swan.ac.uk) has been working very closely with collaborator in health and social sciences. This project aims to develop robust and efficient analytical predictive tools using advanced data mining and machine learning.
  Big data privacy - methods that provide privacy guarantees when big data is used for machine learning and data mining.
  Dr V Torra
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
The PhD student will conduct research within the area of data privacy for big data. The successful applicant will work on methods that provide privacy guarantees when big data is used for machine learning and data mining.
  Data mining techniques for road safety policy making
  Dr H Evdorides
Applications accepted all year round
Road safety is associated with target setting at policy making lever. Such targets are usually associated with statistical analysis of accident data.
  Automated Big data analysis - to exploit artificial intelligence techniques in order to allow the automation of the data analysis and feature extraction tasks
  Dr A Starkey, Dr M N Campbell-Bannerman
Applications accepted all year round
The amount of data in today’s world is ever increasing, and has even led to new terms describing this as in Big Data.
  Experimental study and data mining of microbial enhanced oil recovery processes
  Dr A Sharifi, Dr R Rafati
Applications accepted all year round
Enhanced oil recovery processes have been developing fast over the last 2 decades to improve both the economics and efficiency of hydrocarbon recovery.
  Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Healthcare and Medicine
  Dr H-l Wei
Applications accepted all year round
Currently a massive amount of datasets in relation to medicine and healthcare are available. There is an increasing demand for effective and efficient methods to discover new knowledge and derive new insights into the data.
  Machine learning techniques for the optimisation and simulation of Metal Additive Layer Manufacturing process chains
  Dr S Bigot, Dr P Kerfriden, Dr Z Ji, Dr M Packianather
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this PhD is to develop new data analytic tools (e.g. machine learning, data mining) to support the understanding, the optimisation and the Multi-scale and multi-physics simulation of metal Additive Layer Machining (ALM) process chains.
  Development of Scalable Analytics Methods for real-time Data Streams
  Dr F Stahl
Applications accepted all year round
"Recent advances in data acquisition and processing hardware stress state-of-the-art data processing hardware. This project is developing new computationally mechanisms for the analytics of real-time streaming data for applications such as.
  Groundwater and the Drinking Water Exposome in the United Kingdom (Supervisors: Prof D Polya, Prof R Wogelius, Prof D Gooddy (British Geological Survey) and Dr B Marchant (British Geological Survey)
  Research Group: Molecular Environmental Sciences
  Prof D Polya, Prof R Wogelius
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
Groundwater contributes over 6300 Ml/day to the overall public water supply in the UK – corresponding to around 30 % of supply (British Geological Survey, 2015).
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