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sensors PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 290 sensors PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Novel Multi-axis MEMs Force Sensors for Robotic Applications

Robots heavily rely on sensors to interact with their environment. Among these sensors, multi-axis force sensors play a pivotal role in enabling robots to safely interact with objects. Read more
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Sensing wastewater for real-time public health PhD

The exciting PhD opportunity was funded by 5-year Leverhulme Trust Leadership Award, which aims on sensing wastewater for real-time public health, particularly on the development of novel low-cost and rapid sensors for rapid and on-site wastewater surveillance. Read more

Building Baymax - Flexible Robot Skin: Smart sensors and algorithms

In this project, we aim to develop the next generation of household robots (not vacuum cleaners but multi-task robotic manipulators) that are safe to interact with, even for children and the elderly. Read more

Development of an Optical Shape Sensing Method Using Optoelectronic Sensors for Soft Flexible Robotic Manipulators in Minimally Invasive Surgery

About the programme. Over the last two decades, many soft continuum manipulators have been developed by many academic institutions and industries for MIS (minimally invasive surgery), endoscopy, and colonoscopy because they can easily access the small or narrow opening in the body during a medical operation. Read more

Leverhulme Doctoral School in Nature Inspired Acoustics – Sensors & Devices

Acoustics broadly involves sound waves and mechanical vibrations, and they have diverse applications in science and technology that can impact society at multiple levels from energy management to business. Read more

Intelligent microsystems – Micro-sensors with in-sensor computing capabilities

In the era of Internet-of-Things (IoT), there will be an astronomical amount of data generated from numerous sensors worldwide. It is extremely insecure, power-inefficient, and time-consuming to transfer all the data between sensor nodes and computing units frequently. Read more

Sonification and smart sensors for healthy ageing

  Research Group: Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group
Research Group. Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group in collaboration with the Exeter Biomechanics Research Team (ExBiRT), University of Exeter. Read more

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