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Fourier optics

This project is in the area of numerical wave optics. These simulations are used in the design and analysis of optical systems in everything from aerospace to automotive, to biomedical research. Read more

Machine learning based circuit design and optimisation for image sensors

Integrated circuit design has been among the drivers of technology in the past few decades, from the ubiquitous processors in computers and smartphones to everyday home and industrial appliances. Read more

Computer vision and robot control for performing on-wing repair of aero-engines - (ENG - 1398)

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in manufacturing and On-Wing Technology, The University of Nottingham. Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in manufacturing and On-Wing Technology, The University of Nottingham. Read more

An explainable AI platform development for breast cancer risk prediction from mammograms (ZEBINT_U22SCIEC)

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy affecting women worldwide and the fifth leading cause of cancer death. Survival of breast cancer patients in the past few decades has mostly improved through screening, especially if tumours are diagnosed at early stages. Read more

Rolls-Royce funded PhD - Experimental and numerical studies into the wear of articulating spline couplings for aeroengine applications - ENG 1508

Applications are invited for a PhD position at the University of Nottingham addressing the specific engineering details of the wear of articulating splines for aeroengine applications.  The successful candidate will have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree in mechanical engineering or a related subject.  . Read more

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