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Computationally efficient modelling & simulation and applications

The advent of easily accessible high performance computers or computer clusters and numerical techniques such as finite element methods (FEM) facilitates the highly accurate modelling and simulation of complex systems in diverse science and engineering disciplines including civil engineering, biomechanics and life science. Read more

Molecular Modelling

Applications are now open for a fully funded PhD project in Molecular Modelling at the Bernal Institute at University of Limerick in the south west of Ireland. Read more

Advanced Ceramics Discovery, Processing and Modelling for Aerospace Propulsion - ENG 1500

Dr Tanvir Hussain at the University of Nottingham was awarded a five-year fellowship - funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) - to find new materials, modelling and processing techniques that will overhaul the design and manufacture of advanced ceramic materials for the next-generation of air and space travel- details. Read more

Microbial activity on glaciers and ice sheets: an integrated modelling and empirical approach.

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
Glaciers and ice sheets are important microbe-dominated ecosystems, that are undergoing rapid changes due to climate change. Supraglacial (glacier surface) ecosystems contain organisms from all three domains of life, which drive carbon and nutrient cycling, and cause ice darkening, thus enhancing ice mass loss. Read more

EASTBIO Tackling the functional role of multisensory interactions in behavioural benefits: A combined EEG and computational modelling approach

The availability of multiple senses is highly beneficial to control behaviour. Different senses not only increase the spectrum of perceivable signals but also provide redundant signals that, by combination, enable better estimates of external events and/or faster achievements of subjective goals. Read more

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