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Air pollution predictions towards healthier cities with the SAPIENS project

Air pollution is a chronic problem in cities world-wide and vehicular traffic is a major contributor to poor air quality. In some cities, the publicly-available air quality measurements are coarse-grained in space and time. Read more

Towards an Evolving Approach to Evaluate Security Monitoring Tools

With continuing growth in the size of computer networks and applications, the potential damage that can be caused is increasing. Intrusion detection is a common cyber security mechanism used to detect malicious activities in host and/or network environments. Read more

Improving road safety in low- and middle- income countries

Ninety percent of the globe’s road traffic fatalities are located in Low- and Middle- Income Countries (LMICs) but the majority of research available to date addresses driver behaviour in high income countries. Read more

Individual decisions for transport network efficiency and sustainability

The University of Sheffield invites applications from outstanding candidates for this PhD scholarship opportunity. The project is looking at understanding the interplay of selfish routing, social norms and the availability of transport modes for the development of sustainable mobility at urban and regional scale. Read more

AI-Driven Digital Cities for Crime Modeling and Economic Analysis

AI-Driven Digital Cities for Crime Modeling and Economic Analysis. Project description. The project aims to develop a methodology for designing AI-driven digital twins of real cities. Read more

Ambient Vibration-Based Calibration of Finite Element Models of Bridges

Objective. The primary objective of this project is to develop a novel method for calibrating Finite Element models of bridges using ambient vibration data and drone imagery. Read more

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