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simulation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 433 simulation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD Studentship (3 years): Developing a Digital Twin for Designing Disaster-Resilient Smart Cities

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship, supported by the College of Business and Social Sciences to be undertaken within the Department of Operations and Information Management at Aston University. Read more

Computationally efficient modelling & simulation and applications

The advent of easily accessible high performance computers or computer clusters and numerical techniques such as finite element methods (FEM) facilitates the highly accurate modelling and simulation of complex systems in diverse science and engineering disciplines including civil engineering, biomechanics and life science. Read more

Simulation-based Quantum Machine Learning for Advancing Cyber Security

This PhD project offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the intersection of quantum computing, AI, and cybersecurity. The research outcomes could redefine the landscape of Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSs), paving the way for Zero Trust automation. Read more

Analysis of post-combustion CO2 capture from natural gas power plants using CFD and process co-simulation

The use of natural gas as a fuel for electricity production is expected to gradually increase in the next decades. Since it is acknowledged that large CO2 emission cuts should be achieved in the near future, it seems plausible that these systems may have to be coupled to CO2 capture schemes. Read more

Simulation-based inference for financial econometrics models

In modern statistical applications, many complicated models have two common features. First the likelihood functions are often difficult to evaluate; second the model is generative. Read more

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