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Assessing the stability of new psychoactive substances

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Lorna Nisbet. Dr Karen Scott (Arcadia University, USA). Read more

Mining natural language sequences for authorship identification

Authorship identification, sometimes also called authorship attribution or authorship analysis, is the task of determining who wrote a document based on the author’s use of language. Read more

What is the impact of Police Intervention into Drug Market activity?

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Joanne Morrissey. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks using wet powder suspensions

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Kyp Georgiou. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks on challenging surfaces

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Leesa Ferguson. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks from eco-friendly plastic bags

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Kyp Georgiou. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Language and Linguistic Science

The study of language and linguistics provides a window on the mind, on people, and on society. We develop linguistic theories that are grounded in diverse and novel forms of empirical data, and we strive to ensure that research leads to real-world applications and societal impact. Read more

PhD Opportunities in Psychology at the University of Winchester

Join the dynamic and growing Winchester Psychology team with our portfolio of internationally excellent research spanning the breadth of contemporary psychology, led by passionate and expert academics. Read more

PhD in Next Generation Battery Characterisation

  Research Group: Materials and Manufacturing
Lithium-ion battery technology will continue to dominate the electric vehicle (EV) industry in the next decade. The development of next-generation batteries for EV applications is extremely challenging since they require more stringent requirements than for portable applications i.e. Read more

Deriving mental and emotional states from movement co-ordination patterns

A number of commercial software exists that allow deriving emotions of users based on their facial expressions (e.g. a smiley face is typically interpreted as a happy state, whereas a frowning face is often seen as representing angry or sad state). Read more

Automating Creation Randomised Digital Evidence Crime scene Device Images for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Education

  Research Group: Cyber Security and Networking Research Group
Research Group. Cyber Security and Networking Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Adrian Winckles. Theme. Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Training Resources. Read more

Autonomous history-aware decision-making with explanation and reasoning capabilities

There is growing interest towards the application of ML-based learning for self-adaptation. However, the self-* property “self-explanation” of self-adaptive and autonomous systems (SAS) has been neglected. Read more

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