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Data Analysis PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

We have 88 Data Analysis PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

Simulation-based inference for financial econometrics models

In modern statistical applications, many complicated models have two common features. First the likelihood functions are often difficult to evaluate; second the model is generative. Read more

Optimal prediction of dynamical systems with incomplete data

Dynamical systems describe a variety of real-life problems related to evolution over time. It is often the case that the problems are so complicated that mathematical models for them either do not exist or are not accurate enough. Read more

Metamaterials for catalysis

A meta-atom is an engineered sub-wavelength structure that, when periodically arranged like an atomic lattice, enable optical, electronic, thermal, and chemical functionalities not seen in conventional designs. Read more

Data-driven optimal prediction of bacteria growth

This project is devoted to an AI-based prediction of bacteria growth and its control by antibiotics. In synthetic biology, an improved understanding of bacterial regulatory circuits is required to develop complex biological systems with functionalities beyond existing in nature [1, 2]. Read more

Controlled Synthesis of Virtual Patient Populations with Multimodal Representation Learning

This project invites PhD candidates who are interested in developing generative models that can deal with complex multimodal patient data, contributing to safer, better and faster innovations of medical products via in-silico trials. Read more

Human neuroimaging and blood biomarkers for inherited neurodegenerative diseases

Background. Can new human brain imaging techniques allow us to better understand, track, and treat neurodegenerative diseases?. Can blood-based proteomics/metabolomics help us to better define and predict heterogeneity in the onset and progression of neurodegeneration?. Read more

Health state utilities for cost-effectiveness models – ensuring the best use of available values

Health state utilities are a key component of economic evaluations which are used to inform resource allocation decision making in healthcare, specifically related to allocative efficiency based on quality-adjusted life years (QALYs). Read more

Funded Vice Chancellors Scholarship in Inclusive Engineering; Belonging Built-In Engineering (Ref: AACME25/ER)

Tackling engineering skills shortages is the most important business imperative work on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) for the future of engineering identified by the Royal Academy of Engineering, with large gaps in graduates required by industry. Read more

Design and analysis of early phase adaptive platform trials in the era of precision oncology

Background. We need efficient, innovative and robust early phase I/II trial designs to swiftly test new cancer therapies and ensure safe and effective ones are being progressed to later stage trials. Read more

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