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We have 15 Cardiff University Data Analysis PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 15 Cardiff University Data Analysis PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

A novel approach to the generation and optimisation of sustainable powders for Metal Additive Manufacturing

3 Years full time 1st April 2021, 1st July 2021 or 1st October 2021. This PhD project will ignite an exciting new research area for the sustainable production, consumption and recycling of metallic materials for use in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes. Read more

Optimal Design of Nacre-like materials

Natural living materials, such as nacre or seashells, are biological and hierarchical composite materials, They are made of very strong and stiff nano-sized single crystal mineral plates embedded in a very soft and ductile protein matrix material. They have excellent mechanical properties in strength, stiffness and fracture toughness. . Read more

Developing a computational model of human ethical and risk preference concerning trade-offs in well-being

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Subjective well-being has recently gained substantial momentum as an alternative to monetary measures such as Gross Domestic Product, in evaluating the economic performance of regions and nations. Read more

Developing the next generation of pedestrian behaviour models for revival of high streets and sustainable transport

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Modelling the behaviour of pedestrians in city centres is of practical importance not only for sustainable transport (reducing reliance on motor vehicles addresses issues of carbon emissions, congestion and health) but also can help inform planning for town centres in a post-COVID world. Read more

Towards Tackling Gender Bias in Artificial Intelligence

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Keywords. Gender Bias, AI, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data. Background. Gender bias is an interdisciplinary challenge that affects all aspects of everyday life. Read more

Predictive Emergency Service Operations Planning

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Aims. The objective of this project is the exploration of the frontier between demand forecasting and operations planning to devise predictive, intelligent, and adaptive strategies in the context of emergency services (e.g., policing, fire services, medical services). Read more

Making art accessible for the visually impaired [Self-Funded Students only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Our ongoing research across two Schools in Cardiff University, Computer Science and Vision Sciences, have enabled us to develope state-of-the-art computer vision techniques for establishing correspondences and aligning images/shapes captured from different views on headset displays (augmented reality (AR)). Read more

Public transport accessibility and inclusivity for people with low vision [Self-Funded Students only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Our ongoing research across two Schools in Cardiff University, Computer Science and Vision Sciences, have enabled us to understand issues and challenges people with low vision face in their daily commute using public transport. Read more

Learning concept evolution in data streams [Self-Funded Students Only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
In applications with concept evolution, new concepts emerge in data stream and existing/known concepts disappear over time, e.g., new types of attack in a computer network and new topics of interest in social medial data stream. Read more

Online classification with emerging new classes [Self-Funded Students only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Standard classification methods can only classify pre-defined classes, i.e., they classify a new instance into one (or multiple) of the known classes. Read more
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