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wearable PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 57 wearable PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Aiding Aging Gracefully: Soft Robotics for Wearable Assistive Technologies

This project addresses an impending global challenge. the aging population, projected to reach 2.1 billion by 2050. As the world's senior and geriatric population grows, there is a pressing need for advanced wearable technology that can assist with daily activities, beyond merely promoting health and preventing disease. Read more

Wearable Thermoelectric Generators Using Advanced Materials

Supervisory Team: Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis . Project description. Wearable technologies are revolutionising our daily lives, integrating everyday objects into our clothes, accessories and even our bodies. Read more

Wearable Healthcare Sensor for Continuous Monitoring of Critical Biomarkers and Therapeutic Drugs

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Xize Niu, Prof. Pete Worsley, Prof. Michael Ardern-Jones. Project description. Wearable sensors measure various physical, chemical, and biological information in real-time and continuously and in a non-invasive or minimally invasive manner. Read more

Wearable multimodal sensors at loaded body interfaces to assist remote healthcare

Supervisory Team.   Professor Liudi Jiang. Project description. Millions of people globally suffer from various physiological disorders and thus require long term sometimes lifelong rehabilitation and care. Read more

Cuffless Blood Pressure Estimation by Fusing Information from Multimodal Wearable Sensors

Continuous measurement and effective management of blood pressure (BP) is the key for the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases, while state-of-art BP meters based on inflatable cuffs can only provide snapshots of BP. Read more

Wearable cerebral blood flow monitoring using speckle contrast optical tomography (SCOT) in the infant brain.

Cerebral injuries are the leading cause of neonatal mortality and life-long morbidities. The conditions that lead to brain injury include hypoxia-ischemia, stroke, intracranial haemorrhage, and preterm birth and monitoring cerebral blood flow (CBF) plays a leading role in diagnosing cerebral injury. Read more

Development of Stretchable Conductive Layers For Wearable Devices

Flexible and wearable electronic devices require the development of, highly conductive , mechanically, electrochemically stable (against oxidation/reduction with various fluids), weightless and a sustainable (recyclable and biocompatible materials), and conductive electrodes. Read more

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