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Human Computer Interaction PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Computational Biophysical Modelling of Motor Neuron Disease

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is the most common form of Motor Neuron Disease and is a fatal neurological disorder with death generally occurring within 2–4 years from disease onset, although 5–10% of ALS patients survive over 10 years. Read more

Intelligent welding through enhanced human/robot interaction using digital twins and computer vision

Project Highlights. Spearheading work on intelligent welding will have impact on UK and global economy. Multidisciplinary approach to a metallurgical project that will allow for engagement in experimental metallurgy, programming of computer vision algorithms and remote interaction via virtual and augmented reality. Read more

Responsible Crowdsourced Data Labelling for AI

Data is just as important as algorithms to use AI effectively and responsibly. Many AI and other data-intensive technologies use microtask crowdsourcing extensively to collect, curate, and enrich the data they need. Read more

Designing technology for better urban wildlife interactions (RDF23/CIS/VDLINDEN)

Are you interested in making the world a better place for human and animal alike? Want to use your skills to work on a trans-disciplinary challenge designing technology that will support and guide urban wildlife interactions to the benefit of people, animals, and society, all grounded in the EU’s “One Health” concept? This PhD might be the fit for you. Read more

Co-designing digital orchestration tools for the music classroom (RDF23/CIS/NICHOLSON)

The UK music industry was worth £4 billion in 2021, employing 145,000 people. Music technology skills however, particularly live mixing, are not regularly taught in schools, despite amplified or technology enhanced music now being the norm in the music industry. Read more

The University as a Platform: Co-creating Community Infrastructure (RDF23/CIS/DOW)

As part of the UKRI’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) (. https://kef.ac.uk/),. modern Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are expected to work with local partners to the benefit of the economy and society. Read more

Decoding Speech using Invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces

For individuals who have impaired speech or complete loss of speech as a result of neurodegenerative diseases such as motor neurone disease (MND) or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), there is an urgent need to develop revolutionary technologies using the latest advances in automatic speech recognition (ASR) and brain signal processing (BSP). Read more

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