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  Edge Computing and Networking for Photovoltaic Power Control Systems
  Dr J Ma, Dr K L Man, Dr Y Hu
Applications accepted all year round

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Distributed photovoltaic (PV) generation is growing rapidly due to renewable-energy policies, business innovation, and new technology.
  Investigating the remodelling of inhibitory brain circuits in early Alzheimer’s disease. PhD in Medical Studies (MRC GW4 BioMed DTP)
  Prof A Randall
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Supervisory team. Professor Andrew Randall, Medical School, College of Medicine and Health, University of Exeter. Dr Jonathan Witton, College of Medicine and Health, University of Exeter.
  Anti-reflecting and Anti-soiling coatings for solar panel cover glass
  Prof M Walls, Dr P Isherwood
Applications accepted all year round

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The provision of clean, sustainable energy is one of the greatest challenges facing modern society and solar photovoltaics (PV) provide the best opportunity for rapidly expanding renewable energy.
  Development of next generation thin film solar cells
  Prof M Walls, Dr J Bowers
Applications accepted all year round

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The provision of clean, sustainable energy is one of the greatest challenges facing modern society and solar photovoltaics (PV) provide the best opportunity for rapidly expanding renewable energy.
  Photovoltaic based Energy Harvesting System for Smart Buildings
  Dr G Loumakis, Dr R Ramirez Iniguez, Dr S Sinanovic
Applications accepted all year round

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SCEBE-19-007. Energy harvesting for low power consumption sensors is becoming an increasingly important topic. This is due to the ever-higher number of devices connected to the Internet and the proliferation of wireless sensors and embedded systems found in indoor environments for a variety of applications.
  Development of a new optical sensor and spectrometer that combines RF photonics, photovoltaic cells and optical detectors
  Research Group: Electrooptics Group
  Prof S Sternklar
Applications accepted all year round

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In this project, we are developing a new technology for highly sensitive and robust optical sensing. The technology is a unique synergy of the physics of optical detectors, PV cells and RF photonic processing.
  (MRC DTP) Hippocampal-prefrontal cortex network dysfunction in a neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia
  Dr M Montemurro, Dr J Gigg, Prof J Neill
Application Deadline: 15 November 2019

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Drug discovery in schizophrenia is broken. Patients only have access to dopaminergic drugs from the 1950s that are ineffective for many and produce severe side effects in responders.
  Multi-objective Optimisation of Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems
  Dr A Maheri, Dr S Sriramula
Applications accepted all year round

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In planning and sizing of hybrid energy systems the conflicting objectives cost and performance are to be optimised simultaneously via a multi-objective optimisation process [1-2].
  An Operational Study of Domestic Energy Management in Western Australia
  Dr R Shah, Dr B Ray
Applications accepted all year round

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There is widespread interest in the higher adoption of distributed energy systems. Local generation in the form of solar photovoltaic systems is now standard in the Western Australian suburban areas.
  Autonomous wireless optical energy harvesting systems for smart homes and indoor applications
  Dr S Mohamed, Dr S Sinanovic, Dr R Ramirez Iniguez
Applications accepted all year round

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SEBE-19-002. Smart homes and buildings are becoming more popular and widely deployed. One main attractive feature in them is their ability to save energy and reduce carbon footprint via energy harvesting and powering devices autonomously.
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