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We have 15 Brunel University London Electrical & Electronic PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 15 Brunel University London Electrical & Electronic PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Mixed Reality Production for Optimal User’s Quality of Experience in Digital Arts

Applications are invited for an interdisciplinary PhD studentship(s) for the project “Mixed Reality Production for Optimal User’s Quality of Experience in Digital Arts”, effective 1st of October 2021. Read more

Autonomous AI-driven cell-free 5G network architecture for highly dynamic and ultra-dense connectivity

The purpose of this research is to develop a mobile network that does not have fixed cellular boundaries. In conventional cellular networks, each user equipment (UE) is connected to the access point (AP) in only one of the many cells (except during handover). Read more

Fast implementation of Deep Neural Networks for IoT devices

Deep neural networks (DNNs) have found great success in many computer vision-related tasks. However, most of the existing DNNs require high computation and storage cost. Read more

Development of battery-supercapacitor management systems for electric vehicles

Electric vehicles (EV) consuming low-carbon electricity are important assets to decarbonise the transport sector. Currently, most battery-electric vehicles including Tesla and Nissan use lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries as the energy source. Read more

Exploring the potential of human-like computing applications for education or healthcare

Intelligent ‘human-like’ and emotionally intelligent applications, such as 3D games and mobile phone applications are becoming more common in our everyday lives, and also as an important area of focus within the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Multimedia research. Read more

Investigating of the processing boundaries of Micro Electrochemical Machining Process

The processing boundaries of the micro electrochemical process will be investigated. These include voltage gap, pulses duration and off-time duration, electrolyte flow (especially for micro features machining), electrolyte composition based on processing material. Read more

AI-based End-to-End (E2E) Directional network slicing with guaranteed QoS over a highly dynamic network

The purpose of this research is to develop autonomously managed slicing of network resources in 5G/6G Networks that are expected to support many use cases ranging from autonomous vehicles, e-health, industry 4.0, entertainment, transport, smart cities etc. Read more

5G Management of Drones in Remote Areas

The purpose of this research project is to use elevation data and combine it into a metaheuristic AI algorithm, so as to generate the optimum location to house a transmitting BS in order to give a receiving location 5G coverage. Read more

Product design applications for 4D printing

The next generation of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies will utilise smart materials to enable novel applications for products. Read more

Design for energy transitions in African urban informal settlements

This PhD is linked to a 5-year research project entitled ‘Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments’, in short Gender for Energy Security (GENS). Read more

Trust In Autonomous Vehicles

Problem Statement. Several recent research studies have suggested that “lack of trust” is one of the major factors which is slowing the commercial introduction of autonomous vehicles. Read more

Naturalness of autonomous vehicles

Problem Statement. Naturalness and simplicity are well known prerequisites of success in product, system and service design. Autonomous vehicles have, however, few precedents in human history and are thus generally unfamiliar to people. Read more
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