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Studentships available in the Centre for Doctoral Training: To Advance the Deployment of Future Mobility Technologies

Mobility systems are rapidly evolving, driven by technological advances, social trends and economic models. Both public and private agencies have a pivotal role to play in shaping these changes and this new cohort focused centre, with direct industrial involvement, responds to these emerging sectorial skills needs. Read more

Perception-Influenced Engineering for eMobility and Future Soundscapes

  Research Group: Acoustics Research Centre
We are on the cusp of a revolution in the transportation sector, driven by the significant progress on electric powertrains, and robotics and autonomous systems. Read more

Foam improved oil recovery

Typically in oil and gas production, only a small fraction of the oil present manages to flow out of an oil reservoir under the reservoir’s own pressure. Read more

Assistive Robotics Experiences: Towards More Inclusive Human-robot Collaboration via High-level User Specifications and Multimodal Interactions [Self-Funded Students Only]

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) requires efficient mechanisms to communicate and exchange information from/to human partners to/from robots, e.g., to allow a human partner to command a robot, as well as to allow a robot to express its interpretations and intentions. Read more

Characterising the role of ubiquitylation in endo-lysosomal trafficking by highly sensitive ion mobility mass spectrometry

Background. The human body is faced with a constant onslaught of foreign material such as allergens, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites and in turn has developed specialised cells of the innate immune system such as macrophages that form a first line of defence against these invaders. Read more

Pivoting to new environments: the role of the neck in teleost fish evolution and diversity

With over 30,000 species alive today, fish are the most diverse group of vertebrate animals. Studying this “extreme” diversity can provide insights into the general mechanisms of how morphological and ecological diversity evolves in vertebrate animals. Read more

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