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University of East Anglia Computer Science & IT PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Spanning the cognitive gulf between the microscopic and symbolic representation of chemistry through immersive virtual reality (LANCASTERSU19SF)
  Prof S J Lancaster, Dr S Ashworth
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The visualisation of three dimensional structures of molecules and the fluent translation between two dimensional representations and reality have long been recognised as challenges for the chemistry student.
  Analysis of malware evolution using phylogenetic networks (MOULTONVU19SF)
  Prof V Moulton, Dr O Buckley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Just as with biological viruses, malware, or malicious software evolves. For example, malware will often be created by combining and evolving existing code, a process that is analogous to recombination in biological viruses.
  Can We Visualise Cyber Security Like the Weather? (BUCKLEYO1U19SF)
  Dr O Buckley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Cyber security is a complex subject, which often requires a high-level of technical understanding to fully appreciate a given situation and to make the appropriate decisions going forwards.
  Darwin’s Tree in the 21st Century (HUBERKU19SF)
  Dr K Huber
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Understanding how disparate structures such as galaxies, languages, and genomes have evolved has the potential to shed new light into the early universe, human migration, and potentially lethal diseases such as cancer.
  Deep neural network for photographing in the dark (GONGH2U19SF)
  Dr H Gong, Prof G D Finlayson
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Have you ever struggled in taking a good photo in low light? Despite of the dramatic improvements in camera sensors, imaging in darkness is still challenging because in many conditions, there is simply too little light on the scene and the imaging sensors are sensitive to noise in these conditions.
  Single Image 3-D Geometry Estimation using Unsupervised Machine Learning (GONGH1U19SF)
  Dr H Gong, Prof G D Finlayson
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Most current deep Neural Networks are trained by supervised learning which usually requires massive amounts of manually labelled data (e.g.
  Troll Hunting: Identifying and understanding malicious online accounts (BUCKLEYO2U19SF)
  Dr O Buckley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
With the continued growth and importance of the internet the concept of a digital identity is more relevant than ever. Cyber space offers us the opportunity to engage with a wide variety of people, from all across the globe about an almost endless array of topics and, if we so desire, in complete anonymity.
  UAV Bridging and Real-time Deployment Protocols for Disaster & Emergency Response Scenarios (PARRGU18SCID)
  Prof G Parr, Dr E Ren
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Unmanned Aerial vehicles (UAVs) play an invaluable role in information collection and data fusion in a variety of applications such as disaster response, search and rescue, surveillance, forest fire monitoring and provision of temporary communications when terrestrial/mobile networks are disrupted.
  A new approach to modeling the impacts of climate change on avian biodiversity (WARRENUENV19ARIES)
  Prof R Warren, Dr J Price, Dr J Pearce-Higgins
Application Deadline: 8 January 2019
Scientific background. Climate change is affecting biodiversity. Species distributions are changing and spring is advancing. In the future, risks are projected to be much greater.
  How will the urban heat island in growing cities behave under climate change? (GOODESSUENV19ARIES)
  Dr C Goodess, Prof C Le Quere
Application Deadline: 8 January 2019
Scientific background. It is well known that most cities are warmer than their surrounding environment. This Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect is caused by changes in the way heat is exchanged in the built environment.
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