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Fully-Funded EPSRC PhD Studentships in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence (iGGi)

iGGi provides an exciting opportunity to undertake a four-year PhD in intelligent Games and Game intelligence, working with world-leading academics, game companies and third sector organisations on topics in games research that make a difference to people's lives. Read more

Fully-Funded EPSRC PhD Studentships in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence (iGGi)

iGGi provides an exciting opportunity to undertake a four-year PhD in intelligent Games and Game intelligence, working with world-leading academics, game companies and third sector organisations on topics in games research that make a difference to people's lives. Read more

Interactive food

PhD opening. interactive food. PhD opening on interactive food (HCI, Interaction Design). in the Exertion Games Lab, Melbourne, Australia. Read more

Exploring the potential of serious games to enhance user engagement with real-world applications

Serious games, which are defined as digital games that do not have entertainment as their main focus, have been shown to be an effective platform for improving training, education or modifying objectives. Read more

Research opportunities in Computer Science

Our Department of Computer Science has a strong international reputation for conducting research that has real impact, tackles fundamental questions and addresses interdisciplinary problems which face today's computer scientists. Read more

Benchmarking the effectiveness of the sport development system within Gaelic Games

Participation in organised sport has been shown to benefit physical, social, emotional, and mental health, whilst also demonstrating positive impacts on other aspects of life, such as educational attainment. Read more
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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

Northern Diamonds County Cricket Club Fees Funded MRes in Collaboration wiht the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University

The Carnegie School of Sport in collaboration with Diamonds Women’s cricket team (as part of Yorkshire County cricket club) are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to a fees funded MRes to investigate ‘Match day nutrition intakes and estimated energy expenditure of female cricket players in the domestic setting’. Read more

Game theory based secure transmission techniques for physical layer security

Recently, physical layer based secrecy communication has received considerable attention due to its suitability for dynamic network configurations and distributed processing techniques. Read more

Escape rooms for teaching computing

Escape rooms are an increasingly popular leisure activity, with escape room venues appearing across the UK. Online variants of these are also gaining visibility, in particular during the recent pandemic. Read more

Extended Reality Simulation of Childbirth (LAPEERR_U23SF)

Human childbirth is a complex biomechanical process that distinctly lacks transparency. Because of this, it is still considered to be one of the riskiest events in anyone’s life due to potential complications during labour that may well result in adverse outcomes for either baby or mother. Read more

Can a bacteria brain play Ping-pong and Go?

Although initial discussions regarding bioelectricity and its role in the fundamental understanding of various cellular behaviours took place in the 1970s, the bioelectrical view of cells as a more general concept has remained limited to the fringes of biological research for five decades. Read more

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