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We have 26 Electronic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

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Electronic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

We have 26 Electronic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

Fully funded PhD Scholarship in Memristive Technologies

Duration of study. Full time - 4 years fixed term. Starting date. Flexible, available from December 2023. Application deadline. No closing date, the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Read more

Fully funded PhD scholarship in Agrifood Electronics

Duration of study. Full time - 4 years fixed term. Starting date. Flexible, available from July 2024. Application deadline: No closing date, the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Read more

Masters & PhD in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems at UCL and Cambridge

4-year EPSRC funded studentships (fees and stipend) are available for eligible applicants. This 4-year programme is delivered by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems (CEPS CDT), a joint centre between UCL and University of Cambridge. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Applied Photonics

The CDT in Applied Photonics has been funded by EPSRC and Industry since 2001 and we are the longest running Centre for Doctoral Training in Photonics in the UK. Read more

UCL SECReT: The International Training Centre for Security and Crime Research Degrees

UCL's Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre (UCL SECReT) was founded in 2009 with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (ESRC) and an array of public and private sector organisations working in crime reduction security and law enforcement. Read more

Pattern Reconfigurable Antennas for future wireless communication sys

Wireless communication systems expanding at a very high rate with high capacity requirements. Social media applications and life style choices have resulted in very high data rates. Read more

Identification and characterisation of liquids using ultrasound and machine learning

This project involves further development of an analytical system for identifying and characterising liquids based on the formation of liquid drops and employing interferometric ultrasound methods to investigate them. Read more

Explainable prediction modelling for early detection of risks in multiple long-term conditions using health records data

Multiple Long-Term conditions (MLTC) are a major healthcare challenge associated with high service utilization and expenditure. In the project, the candidate will help develop robust and explainable AI methods for MLTC risk prediction. Read more

Wireless Powered LoRa Through-Wall Indoor Nuclear (LoRa-TWIN) Monitoring in Decommissioning Environments

Indoor remote wireless sensing provides a paradigm shift in monitoring and managing nuclear assets more efficiently and effectively offering the possibility to collect real-time information with minimal human interventions in hazardous environments. Read more

Design and implementation of Explainable Trustworthy Artificial Intelligent System

Currently, the output of AI does not indicate the route or process the model has taken to obtain that output. So, the developers that developed the model will not be able to concisely conclude nor explain how that output was generated. Read more

Smart Homes: Intelligent Data Collection and Processing using Lynsyn

Electricity prices are constantly increasing, and household consumer demand response is a field gaining more interest. This allows the user to understand the behaviour of power consumption and therefore bring down the costs of energy by monitoring what is increasing the demand for energy. Read more

IoT techniques for disaster prediction and mitigation

IoT techniques can be applied in many fields, including disaster prediction and mitigation by early warning systems. Due to the climate changes, torrential rain and unseasonable high temperature become more common and these could be a trigger of hazards, such as flooding and landslides. Read more

Exploring single electron transistors for radiation detection

Single-electron quantum devices have potential use as radiation sensors for fundamental and applied science applications. We propose to develop arrays of graphene-based single-electron transistors that operate from deep cryogenic temperatures towards room temperature. Read more

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