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Real-time Networked based Musical Interaction in virtual immersive environments

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
There is a high demand for making and consuming live music over networked based systems. Virtual recording studios, performance venues and rehearsal spaces are within our technological grasp, bridging gaming technologies, low latency networking and immersive audio strategies. Read more

High-performance MEMS sensors based on nonlinear effects

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) are a promising solution for realising high-performance, yet small and low-cost sensors for future applications ranging from medical diagnostics and navigation to highly sensitive measurements of temperature, pressure and vibration. Read more

Artificial Intelligence enabled Distributed Edge-Centric Cellular Networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Today, wireless cellular networks rely heavily on the core network to deliver services. This introduces latency and other inefficiencies. Next generation networks will be much more edge centric, enabling ultra-reliable low latency (URLLC) services to be delivered. This requires a fundamental rethink in how edge-centric cellular networks should be delivered. Read more

6G Wireless Communications for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Challenging Environments

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Future autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles will rely significantly on wireless connectivity to exchange information between other vehicles (V2V) and… Read more

Integrated High Altitude Platform: LEO Satellite Mega-Constellations for Next Generation Non-Terrestrial Networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
LEO satellite mega constellations promise to revolutionise wireless connectivity in many areas of the world. However, they have a fundamental drawback… Read more

Automated Solar Cells Crack Detection using AI techniques

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
The accurate detection and quantification of cracks and defects in structures such as solar cells are essential to allow owners and operators of these high-value assets to understand and quantify their condition. Read more

Photovoltaic Systems Fault Detection and Reliability Monitoring Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) Models

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
The cumulative global photovoltaic (PV) capacity has been growing exponentially worldwide, primarily due to the installation of grid-connected photovoltaic (GCPV) plants. Read more

Practical Experimentation on the Deployment of Solar Roads

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Asphalt is the surfacing material for over 95% of all UK roads as well as footpaths, playgrounds, cycleways, and car parks. A solar roadway is any road with some solar panel technology attached to its surface, thus generating electricity while supporting the cars and trucks (Electric Vehicles) that drive on it. Read more

H.pylori-Scope - A soft robotic bio-photonic spectroscopic tool for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Background. Gastric Cancer is the fifth most common malignancy in the world. Being the third leading cause of death, it claimed 865,000 lives worldwide in 2017, 12 lives/day in the UK (2016-2018). Read more

Reservoir Computing with Neuromorphic Hardware

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
We have a PhD studentship available in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE) at York, starting as soon as possible and by 1 April 2022 at the latest, to work on aspects of next-generation computing architectures and platforms based on the Reservoir Computing (RC) model. Read more

Auralisation in digital heritage

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Computer visualisation is often used in archaeology, history and cultural heritage to render particular scenes or buildings and aims to offer an additional understanding, insight or experience of a past environment, as well as more effective audience engagement. Read more

Intelligent Medium Access Control for Underwater Acoustic Communication Networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Most research in underwater acoustic communication deals with the physical layer, with primitive and inflexible multiple access, despite the medium access control layer playing a crucial role in providing efficient communication. Read more

Intelligent Robotic Device for Minimally Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
The Medical Robotics Lab (. https://www.mrlabuk.com/. ) at the University of York has career opportunities in Medical Robotics and Medical Mechatronics. Read more

Application of Satellite Medium Access Control Principles to Underwater Acoustic Communication Networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Acoustic waves are widely accepted as the most suitable means of communicating underwater, since radio waves suffer from severe attenuation through water. Read more

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