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Large-scale photonic-electronic integration for next generation neuromorphic computing systems

Start date. October 2023. Duration. 3.5yrs. Description. Neuromorphic computing has gained huge momentum in the last decade thanks to the emergence of novel machine learning algorithms such as deep learning. Read more
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PhD Studentship on foraging biomechanics in leaf-cutter ants.

PhD Studentship on foraging biomechanics in leaf-cutter ants.  . The Evolutionary Biomechanics Laboratory invites applications for a research studentship in the field of animal biomechanics, leading to the award of a PhD degree. Read more
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Optimal Energy Transfer in Nonlinear Systems

Supervisory Team.   Daniil Yurchenko and Tim Waters. This is a unique project to study how energy transfer can be optimally performed between subsystems of a nonlinear system. Read more

Enhancing Performance of Structural Materials for Nuclear Applications Through Optimising Grain Refinement in Forming and Heat Treatment

In this project, you will develop a predictive model of the material response to high temperature processing. You will need to develop skills for both forming and heat treatment simulation in addition to an in depth understanding of the physical metallurgy of steels for the nuclear sector. Read more

Resolving ocean convection: new knowledge for a changing Antarctica

Convection is an important, but poorly understood ocean process. Convection diverts heat away from the melting Antarctic ice shelves by transporting cold and salty water from the ocean surface to depth. Read more

Machine Learning for sensing and control of dynamic stall in realistic conditions

Dynamic stall is an aerodynamic phenomenon that can occur on lifting surfaces in extreme conditions, such as gust encounters and rapid manoeuvres, and is characterised by the formation and convection of a distinct, rotating flow structure - the Dynamic Stall Vortex (DSV). Read more

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