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We have 23 Computer Science & IT PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bradford

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We have 23 Computer Science & IT PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bradford

Trustworthy Security Systems

  Research Group: Communication and Networks
Cyber Security is becoming more and more important with the increasing integration of communication interfaces in various network systems, such as vehicular ad-hoc networks, mobile ad-hoc networks, controller areas networks and in-vehicle infotainment systems. Read more

Explainable AI: Making Machine/Deep Learning models explainable

Traditional Artificial Intelligence(AI) technologies such as Machine/Deep learning used in developing intelligent/smart solutions largely rely on utilising best representative test datasets and features engineering and less on the available domain expertise. Read more

Next Generation of (Parameterized) Algorithms for Problems in AI

  Research Group: School of Computing
The Algorithms group at the University of Leeds (UK) is offering a fully funded 3 year PhD studentship on the development of Parameterized Algorithms for Problems in Artificial Intelligence and Logic. Read more

CIDER: Crowd-based Intelligent Design of EnviRonment

  Research Group: School of Computing
The large population of the area leads to transportation systems often running over capacity, putting managers, operators and transport planners under pressure to ensure that overcrowding does not endanger the safety of passengers and that vital transport links do not break down due to crowd congestion. Read more

FIERCE: Fast IntERactive simulation for Crowds and Environments-G

  Research Group: School of Computing
Understanding and predicting airflows in enclosed environments not only lowers physical dangers in extreme situations but also has a wider and long-term impact on safety, thermal comfort and energy efficiency. Read more

3D Human Motion Analysis

  Research Group: School of Computing
Human motion is deceivingly simple but intricately complicated. We walk, run and jump on a daily basis without realising how much time and effort we made to master these motor skills when we were little. Read more

3D realistic and interactive fabric simulation

  Research Group: School of Computing
Cloth Simulation has been used widely in many industries such as fashion (design, on-line retail, etc.) and entertainment (games, movies, etc. Read more

3D realistic and interactive fluid simulation

  Research Group: School of Computing
Fluid simulation has been widely used in many areas in engineering, ranging from aircraft design to entertainment (games/movies/apps). Read more

Machine learning for Autonomous and Interconnected Vehicles

  Research Group: Applied Computing
Cyber-Physical Mechatronic Systems such as autonomous vehicles, and intelligent transportation rely heavily on machine learning techniques for ever-increasing levels of autonomy. Read more

Personalised content exploration engine to support self-management of multiple chronic conditions

  Research Group: Applied Computing
The self-management model in health aims to empower a person to be more active participant in his or her own care [1]. Involving patients actively in their own care is critical for controlling disease management costs associated with monitoring and assessment. Read more

Security-Aware Safety Monitoring of IoT-enabled Smart Environment

  Research Group: Applied Computing
Internet of Things (IoT) is a promising networking paradigm that integrates physical processes with the cyber world to provide useful services. Read more

Testing Robotics and Autonomous Systems Using Search-based Techniques

  Research Group: Applied Computing
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) are becoming indispensable for human productivity and it is estimated that there will be a £13 billion global market for RAS by 2025. Read more

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