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Semantic Web Technologies and Linked Data for Internet of Things [Self-Funded Students Only]

The ultimate goal of Semantic Web is to make the machine to understand the Internet data. To enable the encoding of semantics with the data, well-known technologies are RDF (Resource Description Framework) and OWL(Web Ontology Language). Read more

A unified approach based on semantic models and continuous deep learning to sensor data uncertainty and inconsistency in smart systems - Project ID SOC0025

Smart IoT (Internet Of Things) based Applications, such as smart city/building/home and smart factory, are characterized as sensor-driven technology, which has the tendency of producing huge volume of data with increasing velocity. Read more

An explainable robotic perception framework for indoor scene understanding

The goal of this project is to develop a real-time robotic perception framework that captures visual information from real-world environments, and is further reconstructed and converted into editable geometric models with semantic contexts. Read more

Geographic Question Answering on Knowledge Graphs [Self-Funded Students Only]

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Knowledge Graphs (KG) on the Semantic Web are a representation of linked data that are collected from structured and unstructured sources and used by question-answering… Read more

Explainable AI: Making Machine/Deep Learning models explainable

Traditional Artificial Intelligence(AI) technologies such as Machine/Deep learning used in developing intelligent/smart solutions largely rely on utilising best representative test datasets and features engineering and less on the available domain expertise. Read more
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AI-based autonomous building environment mapping and fire asset detection for resilient risk management and insurance

Loughborough University has seen 94% of our research impact rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, underlining the wide-ranging positive impacts that our research has on the world (REF, 2021). Read more

SUMMIT – Influencing Personal and Societal Mobility Preferences

Overview. Personalised and scrutable recommendations based on individual preferences, e.g. their preferred modes of transport, financial considerations, and their attitude to the environment, can support and influence people in making complex decisions. Read more

AI to enhance navigation for blind and partially blind persons by exploiting sensory combination of available senses

Research questions. Can AI be used to exploit multisensory integration of non-visual signals (e.g., sound, touch, and self-motion) to provide the blind and partially blind with a rich representation of the environment for effective spatial navigation?. Read more

Visual Learning and Understanding with Multi-task and Limited Supervision

Driven by the increasing availability of large, annotated datasets and faster computational platforms, deep learning has been progressively employed for a broader spectrum of computer vision applications. Read more

Biomedical knowledge discovery and triangulation using natural language processing

We are offering an exciting data science project for potential PhD students interested in developing and applying artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of population health. Read more

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