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Secure AI-enhanced Policy Framework for Digital Health Data

This proposal is part of the Data-mdapps project which is a collaboration between Kingston University and the WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD Office) and focuses on addressing the challenges of developing a technical and security policy framework for digital health behavioural data processing. Read more

Realising the potential of data games to keep humans in the loop for the analysis of large and complex data sets in population health sciences

Population health science requires understanding a large and increasing amount of complex data, from complete human genomes and causal networks of the aetiology of disease, to open and unstructured data about community response to rapidly changing public health challenges. Read more

Applications of graph theory in data science

The aim of the project is to use and apply the discrete mathematics and data visualisation techniques such as graphs, trees, combinatorics etc, to enhance existing clustering techniques in big graphs with potential applications such as nature language processing. Read more

Data Science for Multiscale Urban Climate Modelling and Projection

  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
Although just 1%–3% of the Earth's land surface is urbanized, more than half of the world's population lives in urban areas, and this proportion is expected to reach 70% by 2050. Read more

PhD opportunities with the Institute for Digital Technologies at Loughborough University London

The Institute for Digital Technologies offers research expertise and experience in a wide range of subject areas. Our academics are leading research in their field and are extremely well-networked with professionals in a range of industries and sectors. Read more

Blockchain based Edge Computing for Healthcare Asset Management

Reference number. SCEBE/21SF/021/SN. Aim and Scope. Asset monitoring and tracking in a large healthcare facility is of paramount importance for accurate and real-time information so that the availability of the critical assets can be ensured at the right time and right place to support healthcare delivery. Read more
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Inequalities in Research Feedback for Minoritized Early Career Researchers

Minoritised early career researchers (MECRs) face a number of interpersonal and structural barriers within their research careers, not least in relation to receiving quality feedback on their research (Reddy & Amer, 2023). Read more

English Language and Applied Linguistics - Postgraduate Research Opportunities

Carry out your research with one of the UK’s leading English Language departments, renowned for our expertise in Corpus Research, Cognitive Linguistics and Psycholinguistics, and Discourse Analysis and Stylistics. Read more

Monitoring the Impact of Green Infrastructure using Citizen Science in Urban and Rural Catchments

Urban and rural environments face a range of pressures and impacts as a result of extreme weather events, including flooding, which are projected to increase in frequency and severity with climate change. Read more

Using multi-agent systems to help households reduce peak electricity consumption in ways they perceive as fair

The UK and the EU have both recently updated their legislation to put net zero emissions targets in place for 2050. This requires moving away from using fossil fuels for energy generation, and moving towards renewable sources such as photovoltaic cells and wind turbines. Read more

Defining the Epigenome in Tendon Ageing

One hallmark of ageing is the accumulation of epigenetic alterations. There is a clear link between age and increasing incidence of tendon injury suggesting that the mechanical integrity of tendon declines with age. Read more

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