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  Machine Learning and Cognitive Modelling Applied to Video Games
  Dr K Chen
Applications accepted all year round
Video games have been viewed as an ideal test bed for the study of AI. However, most of the academic work in this area focused on traditional board and card games where limited AI techniques have been tested.
  Social Signal Processing and Affective Computing with Machine Learning to Evaluate and Enhance Perceptual Amblyopia Treatment with Serious Games
  Dr R Gibson, Dr G Cassidy
Application Deadline: 29 April 2019
SEBE-19-003. The proposed project aims to develop applied games driven techniques to evaluate and improve amblyopia through Social Signal Processing, Affective Computing and Machine Learning techniques.
  Two-stream Machine Learning Architecture based on Deep Learning and HMM for Person Recognition in Images/Videos
  Dr JC Nebel
Applications accepted all year round
The development of deep learning CNN architectures has led to remarkable progress in the field of computer vision. As a consequence, successful systems are now available for real world applications in a variety of areas including visual surveillance, sports analysis, gaming and security.
  Kinesemiotics: a case for wearable sensor technology - Ref: MZUF2018
  Prof M Zecca, Dr R Lock, Dr A Maiorani
Applications accepted all year round
Kinesemiotics is the study of motivated movement informed by Linguistics, Engineering, and Computer Science.
  Clusters of creativity - Conurbations & Co-location. To compare and foster innovation exchange between the Gateway cluster’s conurbation and Bergen’s co-location site, MediaCity.
  Dr O Mould, Prof J Ellis
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality, with ample scope for the studentships to be shaped by the candidates as their research develops.
  Creative Data Tools. Ethnographic and code level study of creative workflow to enable the development of tools and services attuned to the cultures of production.
  Prof J Ellis, Dr G Koutsoukos, Dr C Matos, Dr C Heath
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
  Emergent Story Forms (practice-based). Challenges of NextGen storytelling content and methods especially as they inform aspects of directing, devising, and performance-making.
  Prof J Parker-Starbuck, Dr A Ganz
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
  Micro Machines - Transforming Games’ networking practices. Social network analysis to create best practice for networking, business growth and new product development.
  Dr O Mould, Prof M Lycett
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
  New Persons: Narrating with data-fied selves. To understand engagement with personalised storytelling via new genres across platforms.
  Dr O Goriunova, Dr C Preece
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
  Sensory Engineering. Adding senses to VR to enable greater perceptual immersion tools that wed technical understandings of creative technologies with creatives’ needs.
  Prof D Howard, Prof P Dalton, Dr A Woods
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
An opportunity to join a cohort of six PhDs on the AHRC funded StoryFutures - an innovative project aiming to define and develop next generation storytelling approaches in the creative industries, with a focus on virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
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