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  City-scale big data in urban mobility
  Dr H He
Application Deadline: 17 November 2019

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Application details. Reference number. ABCE19/HH. Start date of studentship. 1 January 2020 (but later start may be possible). Closing date of advert.
  Autonomous cooperation of bio-inspired adaptable lightweight mobile robots
  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
  Dr M A Post, Prof A M Tyrrell
Applications accepted all year round

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In challenging planetary environments such as Mars, a diverse range of terrains must be traversed to deliver sensing instruments and achieve scientific goals.
  Improving Throughput in a Wireless Mobile Network using Successive Interference Cancellation with Power Randomization
  Dr M Tunnicliffe
Applications accepted all year round

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Successive Interference Cancellation (SIC) allows simultaneous transmissions on a common physical channel to be detected simultaneously by receivers, given that the received power levels are sufficiently different both from each other and from the ambient noise.
  Exposing the nanoscale ultrafast dynamics of Dirac systems via near-field terahertz spectroscopy
  Dr J Boland
Applications accepted all year round

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To create energy-efficient, faster ’21st century devices’ that can impact a range of sectors, including healthcare, wireless communication, defence, security and clean energy, integrated photonic, electronic and quantum technologies are essential.
  Fabrication and characterization of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs as post-silicon semiconductor devices for power applications
  Prof S Dimitrijev, Dr H Moghadam
Applications accepted all year round

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Queensland Microtechnology Facility at Griffith University, Australia, provides a leading research environment for the development of next generation SiC- and GaN-based power semiconductor devices.
  UK/EU DTP PhD on Microwave Health Care Technologies
  Dr D Anagnostou
Applications accepted all year round

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We are seeking excellent and self-motivated students who are familiar with one or more of the following. RF Circuits, Radar, RFID, Wi-Fi, Sensors, Microwaves, Antennas, Programming, Embedded Systems, Machine Learning.
  Dynamics of complex fluids on Slippery Liquid Infused Substrates (SLIPS) (Advert Reference: FAC19/EE/MPEE/SEMPREBON)
  Dr C Semprebon, Dr G Wells
Application Deadline: 1 December 2019

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When a liquid comes into contact with a solid surface, its interface can be pinned by surface texture, giving rise to the ubiquitous phenomenon of the contact angle hysteresis [1].
  Blockchains as a Distributed Ledger for Attribution of RCM Data in Rail (B4CM)
  Dr J Easton, Prof C Roberts
Applications accepted all year round

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Over the past decade there has been a significant level of investment throughout Europe in the digitalisation of the rail network; with sensors installed on the infrastructure and vehicles, the deployment of next generation traffic management systems that allow real-time management of the system, and the provision of mobile applications for passengers and staff.
  Hybrid OFDM transceiver design and implementation for connected autonomous vehicles
  Dr P Karadimas
Applications accepted all year round

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Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a signalling technique that exploits orthogonal carriers to transmit information and enhance received signal diversity and consequently increase received signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
  Modelling traffic disruptions using machine learning and simulation modelling
  Dr S Mihaita
Applications accepted all year round

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Project Topic. Traffic incidents are among the primary concerns of all transport authorities around the world due to their significant impact in terms of traffic congestion and delay, air and noise pollution, and management cost.
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