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Data Analysis (face recognition) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Developing Robust Visual Recognition Frameworks using Synthetic Data (Application Ref: SF19/EE/CIS/HO)
  Dr E Ho, Dr H Shum
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Deep Learning is one of the major research themes across different areas in scientific research. With the promising performance and results presented over the last few years, deep learning algorithms are dominating a lot of data-driven tasks in visual recognition.
  BioVision: bio-inspired computer vision using deep architectures (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/CIS/BELATRECHE)
  Dr A Belatreche, Dr F Khelifi
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The primate visual system outperforms the existing automated vision systems in almost all measures.
  Developing a holistic data analytical model for reducing workload on doctors in NHS General Practices by safely shifting significant workload to other competent professionals (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/CIS/ALI)
  Dr A Ali, Dr S Khan
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Primary care is critical to the effectiveness and sustainability of the health system in the UK. This is recognised in the current transformation of healthcare that aims to provide care and treatment in the community rather than through hospital-centric services.
  Information Component Analysis via Deep Learning
  Dr K Chen
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As their prominent characteristics, perceptual data often convey the mixing information, which often results in the inadequate performance for a specific perceptual information processing task due to the interference of irrelevant information components.
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