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urban planning PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 26 urban planning 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

AI to the rescue of climate change, modelling air quality for cleaner urban planning

  Research Group: Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group
Research Group. Computing, Informatics and Applications Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Lakshmi Babu Saheer. Dr Javad Zarrin. 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

Big data and machine learning for urban energy and sustainability assessment and design

Urban features including façade features, window size, building age, land use, tree coverage, density are important parameters to determine urban sustainability, energy and climate performance for cities and buildings herewith in. Read more

PhD Study in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning

All our PhD students have the support of two (or more) supervisors to guide them through their projects, a dedicated training programme of support within our Department (which includes weekly workshops), and wider training provided by the University and the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (WRDTP). Read more

Spatial Housing Market Spillovers in the UK

The housing market is undoubtedly an important contributor to both the UK economy and people’s quality of life and well-being. Changes in house prices can affect many stakeholders in the market, including homeowners. Read more

Heat, Health and Human Geographies: Exploring Caribbean Responses to Urban Heat Stress through Creative Ethnographic Methods

The University of Liverpool invites applications for a fully funded PhD studentship to conduct a piece of ethnographic research exploring the experiences, responses to and understandings of health and increasing urban heat in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Read more

A Morphotypological investigation of Chinese "New Towns" for harmonized remodelling. The case of "One City-Nine Towns" project

According to a rigorously Morphotypological and therefore non-stylistic approach, the research project aims to investigate the "New Towns" phenomenon developed during the massive urban expansion in China outlined by the 10th Five-Year Plan. Read more

Data-Centric Solutions for Earth Observation Challenges: Developing Cutting-Edge Techniques for Remote Sensing Analysis [SELF-FUNDED STUDENTS ONLY]

In today's data-driven landscape, the importance of data-centric machine learning methodologies cannot be overstated where they prioritize the quality, diversity, and accessibility of data, recognizing that the performance and reliability of machine learning models heavily depend on the data they are trained on. Read more

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