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Psychoacoustic modelling of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (drone) noise

  Research Group: Acoustics Research Centre
This is an exciting PhD opportunity to work on a highly innovative project for trajectory optimisation of drone operations to minimise noise impact on exposed communities, at the Acoustics Research Centre (University of Salford). Read more

PhD opportunities with the Institute for Digital Technologies at Loughborough University London

 . PhD. 3 years full-time; 6 years part-time. Start dates. January, April, July, October. Entry Requirements. An honours degree [2:1 or above] or equivalent overseas qualification. Read more

Advanced Imaging algorithms for distributed spaceborne SAR

Usually, Synthetic Aperture Radars have been deployed on a single platform with the transmitter and the receiver co-located, thus providing a relatively simpler sensor configuration when compared with the case of distributed transmitters and receivers. Read more

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Speech and Language Technologies and Their Applications

The doctoral training centre, hosted within the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Sheffield, will be a world-leading hub for training scientists and engineers in speech and natural language processing (NLP / NLProc) – two core areas within artificial intelligence (AI) which are experiencing unprecedented growth and will continue to do so over the next decade. Read more

Musculoskeletal loading from a minimal wearable sensor system during rehabilitation

Project details. “In the future… training and rehabilitation programmes will use wearable and simple imaging technologies to estimate tissue level biomechanics derived from personalised neuromusculoskeletal modelling in real-time in the real-world. Read more
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