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PhDs funded by Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) Criminology

The School of Criminology is offering 2 fully-funded Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) PhD Studentships starting in September 2022 and are available to students not currently studying for a PhD. One of the GTA studentships to be awarded to a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME)* candidate. Read more

PhD Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) 2022-23

Profile Description. About the Award. For 2022-23, the Department of Law at Queen Mary, University of London, is offering a limited number of Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTAs) to successful applicants to our PhD programme. Read more

Practical characterization of contact behaviour for simulating granular flows

The bulk behaviour of granular materials is critical to many industrial processes. Processing equipment such as screw feeders, hoppers, milling machines, pneumatic conveyors, and interventions (vibration, fluidization) are designed based on understandings of this behaviour. Read more

Machine learning for fault and anomaly detection in food and drink manufacturing

The Industry 4.0 revolution is allowing huge quantities of process data from large scale manufacturing operations (such as those in the food industry) to be collected and analysed, and Digital Twins (i.e., highly accurate models) of these processes to be constructed. Read more

Development and implementation of a mesoscopic modelling tool for Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Conventional elastomeric materials (rubbers) have poor shock-absorbing (dissipative) capabilities. In contrast, a sub-class of rubbers called liquid crystal elastomers (LCEs) show exceptional dissipative capabilities. Read more

Instant Generation of Systematic Flexibility Exchange Strategies for Grid Constraint Management

With the UK's new climate ambition to reach Net Zero emissions by 2050, a significant number of electricity-based loads, including electric vehicles (EVs) and electrical heat pumps, will be integrated in power networks in the near future. Read more

Designing optimal resource collecting robot swarms

Collecting objects spread in an environment is key to real-world applications such autonomous precision agriculture, search and rescue operations, garbage collection, and mining in remote areas (e.g. Read more

Cybersecurity mechanisms for private multimodal interaction with intelligent robotic systems for healthcare

Governments around the world are planning the use of cutting-edge AI and robotics technologies to support better care delivered closer to the patient in the community; they can assist patients in playing a greater role in managing their health. Read more

Development of extensible secure data-sharing system-of-systems solution for health applications

The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) at Sheffield Hallam University, conducts interdisciplinary activities combining health and wellbeing, and physical activity as rehabilitation and treatment in the care system. Read more

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