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Seeing the Northern Lights at the equator? Predicting the next reversal of Earth’s magnetic field

The geomagnetic field is a fundamental part of planet Earth, existing for at least 3.5 billion years. Yet far from being a constant, the field is very dynamic, exhibiting slow fluctuations and wandering magnetic poles which occasionally fully reverse in polarity. Read more

The role of aerosol radiative effects in the global carbon budget

This exciting project will address the global carbon cycle budget imbalance term by using state-of-the-art global models and observations to comprehensively analyse the role of aerosol radiative effects on the land carbon sink. Read more

Decarbonisation Pathways for Cooling and Heating (DISPATCH Project)

Heat demand in the UK accounts for around 44% of the final energy consumption, and is currently predominantly obtained by burning natural gas and oil, representing about 90% of the fuel share, while renewable energy sources supply only a fraction of it. Read more

Automated generation and parameterisation of physics-based propulsion system models

Accurate simulation models are vital for the implementation of digital development techniques. These models need to be a suitably accurate representation of the system behaviour, whilst also satisfying key requirements in terms of computational speed and scalability. Read more

NERC Panorama DTP - Improved predictions of geohazard risk from catastrophic environmental flows: the critical role of turbulent mixing processes

Overview. Gravity currents are ubiquitous in nature, arising over a vast range of length scales and fluid dynamical disciplines. They are primarily horizontal flows driven by a density difference between ambient fluid and the current, typically arising due to salinity, temperature, or suspended matter. Read more

Arctic climate change: the vital role of pollution and climate feedbacks

The climate of the Arctic is changing faster than any other region of the planet. Although greenhouse gases are the main driver of global warming, the accelerating rise in Arctic surface temperature, and seasonal loss of sea ice, have a more complex explanation. Read more

Interpretable and transparent machine learning algorithms for medical image computing

The. UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI (ART-AI). at the University of Bath is inviting applications for a fully funded PhD studentship based in the Department of Computer Science and under the joint supervision of . Read more

Algorithms for AI inspired by the bounded rationality of humans

This project will develop new algorithms for AI inspired by the bounded rationality of humans, in other words, by how people are able to make good decisions when they have limited time, information, and computation in environments that are complex, dynamic, and deeply uncertain. Read more

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