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Computer Vision PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 128 Computer Vision PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

A PhD in Computer Vision is an exciting and cutting-edge field of study that focuses on developing algorithms and techniques to enable computers to understand and interpret visual data, just like humans do.

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

Studying a PhD in Computer Vision is a thrilling journey into the world of artificial intelligence and image processing. You will have the opportunity to work on groundbreaking research projects that aim to advance the field and push the boundaries of what computers can see and understand.

During your PhD, you will delve into topics such as image recognition, object detection, image segmentation, and 3D reconstruction. You will learn how to design and implement computer vision algorithms, analyze and interpret visual data, and develop innovative solutions to real-world problems.

As a PhD student in Computer Vision, you will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and resources, including high-performance computing clusters and advanced imaging technologies. You will also collaborate with experts in the field, attend conferences and workshops, and publish your research in top-tier journals and conferences.

Entry requirements for a PhD in Computer Vision

To pursue a PhD in Computer Vision, you will typically need a strong background in computer science or a related field. Most universities require a minimum of a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent, although some may also consider applicants with a Master's degree.

In addition to academic qualifications, research experience and programming skills are highly valued. Demonstrating a passion for computer vision and a clear research proposal will greatly enhance your chances of being accepted into a PhD program.

PhD in Computer Vision funding options

Funding for PhDs in Computer Vision 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 Vision careers

A PhD in Computer Vision opens up a wide range of exciting career opportunities. You can pursue a career in academia as a professor or researcher, contributing to the advancement of computer vision through teaching and conducting cutting-edge research.

Alternatively, you can explore opportunities in industry, working for technology companies, research labs, or startups. Computer vision is increasingly being applied in various fields, including autonomous vehicles, robotics, healthcare, security, and entertainment. As a PhD graduate in Computer Vision, you will be well-equipped to tackle challenging problems and drive innovation in these industries.

Whether you choose to pursue a career in academia or industry, a PhD in Computer Vision will provide you with the skills, knowledge, and expertise to make a significant impact in the field and shape the future of computer vision technology.

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Causal Machine Learning in Aerospace PhD

This PhD project will investigate the recent field of study of Causal Machine Learning, which aims to modify and augment Machine Learning by using Causal Analysis techniques as a way to solve its limitations. Read more

Biometric deepfake to physical attack instrument assessment

Deepfake technologies have increased the challenges to biometric systems. Generative AI tools are rapidly advancing, enabling the creation of media tuned to descriptive parameters that can be used within injection attacks, where data are presented to the algorithm in an electronic/media format. Read more

xAI for Biometrics – Legal Presentation of Data

Increasingly AI-based biometric technologies, such as facial recognition and voice biometrics, are playing a major role in assisting public authorities to protect the public, reduce serious crime, and help safeguard vulnerable persons. Read more

Computer Vision with Deep Learning for Human Data Modelling

This project is focused on learning algorithms to model human data such as human images/video, 3D skeletal motion, 3D body/facial surfaces for computer vision tasks such as recognition, prediction and reconstruction. Read more

Generative AI for Non-invasive MRI Enhancement in Brain Tumour Diagnosis

The Postgraduate Research Programme MedAgriTech AI eXcellence (MATX) offers 12 PhD research scholarships to commence in 2024. Each project will include an enterprise placement of minimum 12 weeks duration. Read more

Low-Altitude Drone-based 3D Reconstructions for Precision Hedgerow Analysis and Biomass Estimation

The Postgraduate Research Programme MedAgriTech AI eXcellence (MATX) offers 12 PhD research scholarships to commence in 2024. Each project will include an enterprise placement of minimum 12 weeks duration. Read more

Exploiting AI to assist research policy in Agritech/Medtech.

The Postgraduate Research Programme MedAgriTech AI eXcellence (MATX) offers 12 PhD research scholarships to commence in 2024. Each project will include an enterprise placement of minimum 12 weeks duration. Read more

Robotic handling and inspection of complex materials using tactile and visual feedback.

The Postgraduate Research Programme MedAgriTech AI eXcellence (MATX) offers 12 PhD research scholarships to commence in 2024. Each project will include an enterprise placement of minimum 12 weeks duration. Read more

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