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game PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 51 game PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Design, Implementation and Evaluation of Non-Cooperative Game Theoretic Models for Cyber Security

Cyber security is the assessment of, responding to and monitoring of the security of the cyberspace. It is difficult to pin down to one single scientific discipline, but rather relates to several domains and fields such as physical security, network security, security assessment frameworks and the human element. Read more

Game-theoretic Approaches in Electronic Warfare

This project will consider the development of mathematical models for electronic warfare, specifically electronic attack and electronic surveillance in the radio frequency region of the electromagnetic spectrum, with the scope of interest covering communications, active sensing (such as radar), and passive sensing. Read more

Utilize Martian resources for future exploration: Develop a game-changing plasma-based ISRU system

Supervisory Team.   Min Kwan Kim (80%) / Alexander Wittig (20%). Project description. This exciting PhD project offers a unique opportunity to develop a high-efficiency, all-in-one in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) system for future crewed Mars missions. Read more

MRes - The physical demands in female high-performance cricket in Scotland (Project ID SAS0200)

 . An exciting opportunity has emerged to conduct a Masters by Research as part of a collaboration between Edinburgh Napier University, School of Applied Sciences and Cricket Scotland (CS). Read more
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Talent identification of youth soccer players within professional academy settings (with Manchester United FC)

Summary. Talent identification is multifaceted and scientific research that provides evidence informed information to key stakeholders (i.e., coaches, scouts) to support their decisions regarding player identification, selection and deselection is emerging. Read more

Chess as a platform for inherently interpretable AI research [SELF-FUNDED STUDENTS ONLY]

About the Project. The way in which AI systems make decisions is often different from the approach a human takes. Thus, the operation of an AI system may be difficult to interpret and learn from, and poses the problem of user trust. Read more

Mixed Reality Games for Change

Mixed Reality Games 4 Change project using games as a tool to teach skills, increase empathy, and reduce stigma for the benefit of the players outside the game. Read more

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