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  Improved motion-correction for MRI with markerless face-tracking
  Dr D Gallichan
Application Deadline: 21 December 2018
If a patient moves their head during an MRI scan of their brain, we expect the images that are obtained to be reduced in quality.
  Motion Resistance Imaging Photoplethysmography
  Dr S Hu
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
Imaging Photoplethysmography (iPPG) is an emerging optical imaging technology to non-invasively detect changes of microvascular blood volume in tissues with selective region of interest (RoI).
  Human Motion Analysis using Computer Vision and Deep Learning
  Dr D Makris
Applications accepted all year round
Analysis of human motion is implicitly or explicitly required in many areas such as healthcare, sports, video surveillance, body-based user interfaces and computer games and animation.
  Tides as a natural experiment to learn about ice stream flow: modelling the “stick-slip” motion of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/GES/ROSIER)
  Dr S Rosier
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
The Antarctic Ice Sheet contains enough ice to raise global sea levels by over 60m but our understanding of the basal mechanics of fast flowing ice streams, that largely determine the rate and amount of ice draining into the ocean, remains incomplete.
  Numerical simulations of drop motion in open microfluidics (Advert Reference: SF18/MPEE/SEMPREBON)
  Dr C Semprebon
Applications accepted all year round
When a drop is placed on a solid substrate, surface defects induce pinning of the contact line and the ubiquitous phenomenon of contact angle hysteresis.
  Developing a wearable soft robot for assisted motion and falls prevention
  Dr E Shahabpoor Ardakani
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Assistive technologies have immense unexploited potential to help aging population to remain mobile and independent for longer. This project aims at developing a novel wearable soft lower-limb robot for aging population.
  Ultrafast Imaging and Quantum Dynamics: unravelling the motion of nuclei and electrons during chemical reactions
  Dr A Kirrander
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for a talented PhD candidate to join our team working towards unravelling the motion of nuclei and electrons during chemical reactions.
  Resolving the cortex with ultra-high resolution MRI to detect epileptic lesions
  Prof C Prieto
Applications accepted all year round
Epilepsy is the most common neurological condition in children and the most common cause is cortical malformations. We have been developing high quality quantitative structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to allow these to be more optimally detected.
  Can you move a one-thousand tonne boulder with water? (COOKERUMTH19ARIES)
  Dr M Cooker, Prof J Alexander
Application Deadline: 8 January 2019
Background. We will explore how violent natural flows, such as flash-floods, can move large boulders. A large boulder may measure several metres across, weighing thousands of tonnes, and it spends most of its time at rest.
  Characterising the mechanisms of optic flow parsing
  Dr P Warren, Dr R Champion
Applications accepted all year round
Humans move in their environment. As a result complex patterns of motion called optic flow arise on the retina. It is well known that the brain has regions that are sensitive to optic flow, however there is some debate about their functional role.
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