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facial PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 facial PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Synthetic facial generation and trustworthy AI models for continuous biometric-based authentication

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2024. Project Description. Social robots have an increasingly important role across a variety of dental-based interventions. Read more

Finding the cause of familial facial (Bell’s) palsy

The facial (VII) cranial nerve controls the muscles of facial expression, supplies taste sensation to parts of the tongue and controls a small muscle connected to the ear drum. Bell’s palsy is the clinical condition in which there is impaired function of the facial nerve, associated with facial muscle weakness. Read more
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Exploring the role of facial trauma clinics as ‘reachable ‘moments in improving the support and outcomes for survivors of intimate partner violence.

Background to the project. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a continuum of abuse, including homicide, minor and severe physical assault, sexual assault, psychological abuse, including threats, harassment, coercion and intimidation. Read more

Camera-based Biomechanical Assessment through Facial and Eye Tracking for Neuromuscular Diseases

The Project and Our Offer. Real-time image processing via smart phone cameras is capable of capturing and monitoring early and subtle signs of neuromuscular and neurological dysfunction including facial characteristics such as eye movement, facial expression, weakness, altered fat distribution, speech. Read more

Computer Vision with Deep Learning for Human Data Modelling

This project aims at learning algorithms to model human data such as human images/video, 3D skeletal motion, 3D body/facial surfaces for computer vision tasks such as recognition, prediction and reconstruction. Read more
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Integration of Social Signals in the Brain

Facial expressions act as a key signal of other people’s emotions. But faces are rarely seen in isolation – instead, they typically occur within the context of other relevant signals such as the other person’s body posture. Read more
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Pathways to hyper-arousal in response to infant distress

Hyper arousal to infant distress . Infant crying serves an evolutionary function, signalling distress to caregivers who are hardwired to be aroused by this stimulus, thus eliciting caregiving and promoting survival. Read more

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