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Department of Educational Research

The Department of Educational Research at Lancaster University is currently 6th in the UK for education, THE world subject rankings 2022. Read more

Design of digital technology and machine learning solutions for mental health

The significant societal and economic impact of mental health conditions worldwide is well documented. With a growing awareness of mental health, the pressing need to streamline access to sustainable care services is now an imperative. Read more

Co-designing digital orchestration tools for the music classroom (RDF23/CIS/NICHOLSON)

The UK music industry was worth £4 billion in 2021, employing 145,000 people. Music technology skills however, particularly live mixing, are not regularly taught in schools, despite amplified or technology enhanced music now being the norm in the music industry. Read more

Quantum sensing enhanced by machine learning

Quantum sensors based on single spins are one of the most established quantum technologies. By using a single electronic spin associated with a point defect in diamond, we can map magnetic fields with nanoscale spatial resolution, under ambient conditions. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Technology Enhanced Chemical Synthesis (TECS)

 . Our PhD programme combines world-leading research in Chemical Synthesis with state-of-the-art training in technology and automation to prepare you for a career in modern synthetic chemistry, whether in industry or academic research. Read more

Machine learning for geospatial intelligence

Ordnance Survey (OS) manage many diverse geospatial datasets used to address significant issues in Great Britain and internationally, such as mapping land use changes, estimating greenhouse gas emissions, planning new development and energy installations, and tracking ecological processes. Read more

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