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Artificial Intelligence PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Development of an automated CT-brain analysis tool

Commercial partner: . Brainomix. , Oxford. Background. CT-brain imaging is the standard brain imaging modality used in the NHS and globally and is cheaper and better tolerated than MRI particularly in older, frail, multimorbid patients in whom MRI may be contraindicated. Read more

Highly Accelerated Magnetic Resonance Angiography using Deep Learning

Commercial partner: . Siemens Healthcare Ltd (part of Siemens Healthineers). , Camberley. Imaging of the blood vessels (angiography) is particularly important in the brain, where disturbances in blood supply and haemorrhage have severe consequences. Read more

In silico characterisation of portal proteins for application as biosensors

Commercial partner: . Oxford Nanopore Technologies. , Oxford. Introduction: Next generation DNA sequencing via nanopores pioneered by Oxford Nanopore Technologies uses an engineered version of the E. Read more

PhD Studentship in Argument Mining

The Centre for Argument Technology (www.arg.tech) is looking to hire a PhD student with an interest in natural language processing, with a Masters or a good Bachelors in an appropriate subject to work on argument mining and its role in countering disinformation. Read more

Digital Twins in Cyber Security Analysis of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (DTCS-CAV)

Connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technology plays a significant role in the exciting transportation revolution today in the UK, offering road safety, high efficiency, less emission and a better user experience. Read more

5+ Fully funded 4-year PhDs in Ultrasonic Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde

Ultrasonics is the science and technology of sound at frequencies above the audible range. It is vitally important across many sectors from robotics in the energy industries to medical imaging, with an annual market value of $45 billion. Read more

5+ Fully funded 4-year PhDs in Ultrasonic Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde

Ultrasonics is the science and technology of sound at frequencies above the audible range. It is vitally important across many sectors from robotics in the energy industries to medical imaging, with an annual market value of $45 billion. Read more

Real-time radio channel prediction using machine learning accelerated GPU ray-launching

Understanding the radio frequency (RF) channel is essential for wireless communications. In complex, non-line of sight environments, such as dense urban, the RF propagation channel is dominated by multiple reflections, scattering and diffraction. Read more

AI4N: AI for Next-generation Neurotechnology

Implantable and wearable neurotechnology utilization is expected to increase dramatically in the coming years, with applications in enabling movement-independent control and communication, rehabilitation, treating disease, improving health, recreation (neurogaming) and sport among other applications. Read more
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Reinforcement learning for flexible task learning on manufacturing robots

Aim. The aim of this PhD is to develop new human cognition inspired algorithms that can learn how humans complete manufacturing tasks while dealing with variations in the environment as well as how they transfer learnt skills between tasks to solve problems. Read more

Towards equity in medicine with big health data, epidemiology, and artificial intelligence (NDORMS 2023/7)

The Covid pandemic has highlighted inequalities in healthcare systems around the world. Inequalities based on ethnicity are of concern because most of our understanding of many diseases comes from White or Caucasian populations whose risk factors, disease prevalence and incidence can differ from other ethnic groups. Read more

Selecting Patients for Early and Effective Discharge (SPEED): Patient outcomes and staff experience of criteria led discharge

Coventry University (CU) is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship. Criteria led discharge (CLD) is a contemporary global innovation (in developed countries) to improve flow of patients out of hospital by expediting the discharge process. Read more

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