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Computer Graphics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 Computer Graphics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

A PhD in Computer Graphics is an exciting and dynamic field of study that combines computer science and visual arts to create stunning visual effects, virtual reality experiences, and computer-generated imagery.

What's it like to study a PhD in Computer Graphics?

Studying a PhD in Computer Graphics allows you to delve deep into the world of computer-generated imagery and visual effects. You will have the opportunity to explore advanced topics such as rendering techniques, animation algorithms, and virtual reality systems. Through your research, you will contribute to the development of cutting-edge technologies that are used in industries such as film, gaming, and simulation.

During your PhD journey, you will work closely with experienced researchers and faculty members who are experts in the field. You will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources, including high-performance computing clusters and advanced graphics software. This will enable you to conduct experiments, run simulations, and create visually stunning graphics.

Entry requirements for a PhD in Computer Graphics

To pursue a PhD in Computer Graphics, you will typically need a strong background in computer science or a related field. Most universities require applicants to hold a Master's degree in computer science or a relevant discipline. Additionally, you should have a solid understanding of mathematics, algorithms, and programming languages. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills are also essential for conducting research in this field.

PhD in Computer Graphics funding options

Funding for PhDs in Computer Graphics may be available from various sources, including governments, universities and charities, business or industry. See our full guides to PhD funding for more information.

PhD in Computer Graphics careers

A PhD in Computer Graphics opens up a wide range of career opportunities. Graduates can pursue careers in industries such as film and animation, gaming, virtual reality, and simulation. You could work as a graphics programmer, developing cutting-edge visual effects for movies or video games. Alternatively, you could become a research scientist, working on innovative projects in the field of computer graphics. Many graduates also choose to pursue academic careers, becoming professors or researchers at universities, where they can continue to explore and advance the field.

Whether you aspire to work in the entertainment industry, contribute to scientific research, or teach the next generation of computer graphics experts, a PhD in Computer Graphics will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities to excel in this exciting field.

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Community-centred heritage and language revitalisation powered by creative technologies and immersive storytelling.

This PhD will explore how creative technologies and immersive storytelling can support the revitalisation of the endangered heritage, languages, and identities of minority groups, as well as opportunities for social integration across marginalised communities. Read more

PhD Bursary in Virtual Production

The ‘Production Cultures’ of Virtual Production. Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is pleased to offer one part-time fees only bursary for the above PhD opportunity to outstanding applicants seeking to begin a programme of research with AUB in September 2024. Read more

PhD in Computer Arithmetic and Numerical Analysis

  Research Group: School of Computing
In 1985, a floating-point standard has been introduced, which, among multiple things, defined a set of required and recommended arithmetic operations and mathematical functions. Read more

Advanced Behaviour and Face analytics in XR

Improvements in computer vision, and deep learning advancements, along with the introduction of smart devices and powerful computers, have stimulated research interest in the field of real-time scene analysis. Read more

PhD Studentship in Visual Perception for AI Generated Content

  Research Group: Visual Computing
One fully funded, full-time PhD candidate position to work with Dr Wei Zhou in the School of Computer Science on a project titled “Visual Perception for AI Generated Content”. Read more

Cloud XR QoE for Programable Networks: Understanding how to deliver high-quality immersive XR experiences over future programmable networks.

Cloud rendered immersive Extended Reality (XR) has many applications across consumer, enterprise, and industry domains. Cloud gaming enables consumers to play immersive games on a variety of client devices by streaming content rendered from remote GPU servers. Read more

Gesture-Agnostic Radar-Based Hand Tracking for VR/AR Systems

Supervisory Team:  Dr Shelly Vishwakarma. Project description. Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are rapidly becoming integral to our digital experiences, necessitating the need for interfaces that are both non-intrusive and safeguard user privacy. Read more

School of Computer Science PhD Studentships

The School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews is offering a number of PhD studentships for 3.5 years of study in our doctoral programme. Read more

Design principles for glancing at information by visually disabled users

We wish to explore the principles for the provision of glances at information to be used by those with visual disabilities. A glance, gist or brief look is an important aspect of interaction with the world via the visual system. Read more

Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University

The doctoral degree program in Computer Science offers a comprehensive exploration of contemporary computer science and information technology, covering a diverse range of topics. Read more

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