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AI enabled Remote Health Monitoring (PHDCEPS2122002)

This project is to design and develop AI enabled remote health monitoring systems. The main aim is to adopt IoT based sensory platforms and apply AI techniques to remotely monitor the patient/individuals. Read more

Self-powered health monitoring of railway infrastructure Industrially sponsored by NetworkRail

The ambition of the project is to produce a self-charging sensor that monitor the structural health of a railway points and report changes to the health of the points in real time. Read more

Data-driven structural health monitoring through AI-enhanced stochastic model updating and parametrisation

The department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Strathclyde is inviting applications for the following fully funded PhD project (for international students it will be partially funded), expected to commence in October 2022. Read more

Joint PhD in Structural Health Monitoring of Composite and Complex Structural Systems

This a unique Joint PhD opportunity between KU Leuven and the University of Melbourne. The successful candidate will be awarded a doctorate from both universities ranking within the top 40 worldwide. Read more

PhD in Structural Modelling and Health Monitoring of Composite and Complex Structures and Systems

KU Leuven consistently ranks among the top 50 universities in the world by major ranking tables with the Department of Mechanical Engineering being ranked amongst the 40 best worldwide. Read more

Enhancing the performance, condition, safety and reliability of offshore wind energy infrastructure systems using optimal design, inspections, structural health monitoring and structural control

 . Wind turbines are exposed to frequent structural damage increasing the cost of wind energy generation. To drive these costs down, this project will develop new automated methods for detection of structural damage to wind turbines by examining vibration responses measured by sensors attached to the structure. Read more

Intelligent Health Monitoring and Distributed Decision Support

Management of complex systems requires analysis and fusion of a diverse type and quantities of data and models of subsystems to provide inference on the state of health and decisions on maintenance actions that need to be taken. Read more

PhD opportunities in Smart Technology Advancements for Health and Rehabilitation

Join this exciting and important research area and bridge the gap between clinical sciences, engineering and computing for sustainable developments in personal and community health needs. . Read more

Frequency analysis and design of nonlinear systems: theories, methods and their applications

This project is concerned with the development of the theories and methods for the frequency analysis and design of nonlinear systems and the application of these theories and methods in an wide range of science and engineering areas. Read more

Identification of modal parameters and non-linear effects in short and noisy aircraft structural signals.

The EMA (Experimental Modal Analysis) is in a well-developed state for lenghty and linear signals. However, currently there are not tools available for the analysis of short signals, particularly in the case that they are additionally noisy and with non-linear properties. Read more

Technology assisted Motivational Interviewing and self-regulated learning to enhance physical activity and health outcomes in adolescent cancer patients and survivors

Physical activity has a significant impact on health, with ‘conclusive and overwhelming’ scientific evidence available highlighting physical inactivity as a primary cause of 35 chronic diseases (Boothe et al., 2012) and can be considered a ‘vital sign’ (Golightly et al., 2017). Read more

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