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General (Maths & Computing) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Leeds

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We have 30 General (Maths & Computing) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Leeds

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Modal logic for granularity (level of detail), with applications to spatial representation and reasoning in AI

  Research Group: School of Computing
Develop a logic for spatial information to represent statements such as At all levels of detail and At some level of detail. The context of the project is Knowledge Representation within AI, but aspects of the work are also novel from a purely logical perspective. Read more
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Optimisation Algorithms for Distributed Systems

  Research Group: School of Computing
Optimising resource usage and scheduling play an important role in modern distributed systems. However, there is a well-recognised gap between Scheduling Theory and Distributed Computing Practice. Read more

Numerical computation of interface problems

  Research Group: School of Computing
Interface problems arise in many different areas of engineering, physical and life sciences. A typical example is the interface between two immiscible fluids separated by an interface governed by surface tension. Read more

Applications of VR/AR

  Research Group: School of Computing
As novel display mechanisms and interaction paradigms Augmented and Virtual reality have been gaining popularity in various fields. Read more

Perceptual graphics

  Research Group: School of Computing
The human visual system is much more complex than what we simulate when rendering graphics to a virtual eye. The way humans perceive the world is related not only to the structure of the eye, but also with how our brain interprets things. Read more

Point-based rendering

  Research Group: School of Computing
Meshes have been the staple approach to render three-dimensional content in virtual applications. Given that data is coming from different sources nowadays, and possibly not always triangulated, rendering just points has been a popular lightweight approach used by researchers in the past. Read more

Interacting with point clouds

  Research Group: School of Computing
Although depth cameras and sensors have been popularized, there are still some practical limitations to using them in several contexts. Read more

Being an Avatar

  Research Group: School of Computing
In the Metaverse, we have an avatar; a virtual representation of ourselves. The quality of this representation may vary, being a close replica of our real bodies, or a simplified version that we are able to capture. Read more

Realistic AR blending

  Research Group: School of Computing
When you render virtual content that is made to be viewed in the real world, it needs to be integrated properly. Virtual objects will be occluded by real objects, lighting conditions may vary, the type of display may be different, etc. Read more

A computational framework of associative learning and memory formation

  Research Group: School of Computing
When a musician plays piano, she needs to recall a sequence of notes. Neuroscientists seek to understand how brain activity gives rise to a timed sequence of events, as a result of associative learning and memory formation. Read more
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Digitally Assisted Human-machine Collective Intelligence

  Research Group: School of Computing
Are you excited to use AI to help humans cooperate more effectively and achieve shared goals? Are you curious to see how a digitally assisted collective intelligence can work across online games, smart cities or business organisations? . Read more

A theoretical framework of multi-task optimisation

  Research Group: School of Computing
This project proposes a novel mathematical framework of Bayesian computing utilising the advantage of novel information units, neural spikes and synapses, of the brain. Read more

Brain-inspired See-Think-Act Intelligent Machines

  Research Group: School of Computing
There is an ongoing revolution in developing autonomous intelligence machines to greatly improve effectiveness and efficiency of sensory perception, decision-making, and active control. Read more

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