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  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.
  PhD Studentship: Kinetic and kinematic determinants of block / turn propulsion and their influence on the performance of underwater phases in elite swimmers
  Dr M King
Application Deadline: 12 December 2018
Reference number. SSEHS/MAK. Start date of studentship. 1st January 2019. Closing date of advert. 12th December 2018. Interview date.
  PhD in Psychological Medicine & Clinical Neurosciences - Analysing the mechanisms underlying dystonia pathogenesis through characterisation of a Drosophila melanogaster model of Myoclonus Dystonia
  Dr K Peall, Dr O Peters
Application Deadline: 27 February 2019
ackground. Dystonia is one of the most common movement disorders, affecting ~1% of the population worldwide. Well recognised forms include writer’s cramp, although more severe forms are frequently observed.
  The effect of experience, slope and club selection on human kinematic variability and performance outcomes in golf
  Dr M Hiley, Dr G Blenkinsop
Applications accepted all year round
To determine the effect of task constraints on the variability in technique and performance outcomes in golf. Golf demands consistent performance, so understanding how various task constraints (e.g.
  PhD in Geographical & Earth Sciences: Improved GPS time series analysis for geoscience applications including sea-level, GIA, tectonics, hydrology & volcanology
  Dr E Petrie, Prof P Clarke, Dr S Ray
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Using Global Positioning System (GPS) data to measure the motion of bedrock is highly useful in many areas of geoscience. calibrating tide gauges for land motion.
  Radiomics for cancer diagnosis and patient outcome prediction
  Dr J Korte, Dr N Hardcastle
Applications accepted all year round
adiomics is an emerging field that aims to extract vital information from growing collections of medical imaging and patient data.
  How does bed topography effect turbulence and flow resistance in rivers?
  Dr J Cooper, Dr J Higham
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Introduction. This experimental project aims to develop new understanding of the role of bed topography in the generation of turbulence and flow resistance in gravel-bed rivers.
  Can deep learning algorithms automate the analysis of reach-and-grasp or walking by lab rodents when testing therapies for stroke?
  Research Group: Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases
  Dr L Moon, Dr E Robinson
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Thousands of research labs worldwide use mice and rats to assess new therapies for CNS injury. However, behavioural assessment of rodents is very time consuming and expensive.
  SiMPLeR: Single-sequence Multi-dimensional Prostate MRI with Deep Learning for enhanced image guided Radiotherapy Treatment
  Dr I Dregely
Applications accepted all year round
First Supervisor. Dr Isabel Dregely. Second Supervisor. Dr M. Jorge Cardoso. The aim of this project is to improve cancer treatment and cure rates through highly individualised radiotherapy by developing next generation image guidance for integration with radiotherapy planning.
  New Mathematical Models for Longitudinal Perfusion-weighted Imaging Study of Lesion In Stroke
  Prof K Chen
Application Deadline: 1 January 2019
Conventional computed tomogramphy (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging are not sufficiently sensitive to evaluate acute stroke.
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