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Swansea University, Department of Computer Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  DTC CS 1 - Verification of Bitcoins and other Cryptocurrencies.
  Dr A G Setzer
Applications accepted all year round
This project would connect well with research by Pedro Helles in the School of Law on smart contracts and cryptocurrencies.
  DTC CS 10 - Combinatorics of Satisfiability - developing new synergies with mathematics, combinatorics, complexity theory and algorithmics
  Dr O Kullmann
Applications accepted all year round
Solving boolean systems of equations (the SAT problem) and combinatorics have deep connections, and a theory of SAT is emerging. This PhD will be about strengthening these connections, developing new synergies with mathematics, combinatorics, complexity theory and algorithmics.
  DTC CS 12 - AI-assisted big astrophysics data analysis
  Dr A Paiement
Applications accepted all year round
This project aims at leveraging and further developing the state-of-the-art in computer vision and machine learning to assist in the analysis of the large quantity of observational data gathered in astrophysics research.
  DTC CS 13 -Fast DNA alignment algorithms for mainstream DNA analysis
  Dr B Mora
Applications accepted all year round
Alignment of DNA sequences has had a profound impact on health science – e.g. cancer genome sequencing for targeted therapy or identification of genetic disorders – but is still unfortunately very costly due to the huge amount of processing power needed.
  DTC CS 14 - Improving 3D printing technologies - developing new algorithms for 3D printing
  Dr B Mora
Applications accepted all year round
The 3D printing revolution has changed the way we prototype models by accelerating and simplifying design. There are however algorithmically challenging aspects of 3D printers that still need to be researched about.
  DTC CS 15 - Computing with Infinite Data - logical methods for the specification and extraction of formally verified algorithms for infinite data
  Dr U Berger
Applications accepted all year round
Infinite or virtually infinite data occur naturally when processing very large data sets or exact real numbers, and computing with such data poses many theoretical and practical challenges.
  DTC CS 16 - Big Data Visualization - developing novel methods for visualization of large, multi-variate, time-dependent data sets
  Dr R S Laramee
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for PhD candidates interested in developing novel methods for visualization of large, multi-variate, time-dependent data sets.
  DTC CS 17 - Smart speakers in emergent user communities
  Dr S Robinson
Applications accepted all year round
Speech and conversational interfaces are becoming increasingly popular in homes and workplaces in developed countries. For emergent users - those with typically low literacy, disposable income and access to education and technology - such systems currently seem a long way off.
  DTC CS 18 - Sustainable self-powered interfaces - exploring the potential for future Internet of Things devices
  Dr S Robinson
Applications accepted all year round
As the digital future and the Internet of Things spreads ever more into our everyday lives, there is an increasing drive for the technologies in these visions to be sustainable and energy efficient.
  DTC CS 19 - Formal Models for Cyber Security Analysis
  Dr P James
Applications accepted all year round
Traditionally, formal methods have been used to analyse security protocols. This project will consider modelling various security vulnerabilities/attacks and using these to analyse the best form of defence against such attacks.
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