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Computer Architectures PhD Research Projects

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A fully funded PhD iCASE studentship for UK & International applicants, including fees and enhanced stipend is available in the School of Computing & Communications at Lancaster University. Read more

AI4ME (BBC Prosperity Partnership)

A fully funded PhD studentship which including fees and stipend is available for candidates to join the BBC partnership 'AI4ME' in the School of Computing & Communications at Lancaster University. Read more

Reconfigurable Architectures for Scientific Computing (SEtS Doctoral Studentship)

About SEtS. This is a Studentship opportunity within the Doctoral Centre for Safe, Ethical and Secure Computing (SEtS) in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York. Read more

Performance Portable Approaches to HPC Application Development (SEtS Doctoral Studentship)

About SEtS. This is a Studentship opportunity within the Doctoral Centre for Safe, Ethical and Secure Computing (SEtS) in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York. Read more

Energy-aware High Performance Computing (SEtS Doctoral Studentship)

About SEtS. This is a Studentship opportunity within the Doctoral Centre for Safe, Ethical and Secure Computing (SEtS) in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York. Read more

Can AI based robot car win the race?

A modern Formula 1 race is a breathtaking display of engineering precision. Yet the popularity of the sport arguably has less to do with the performance of the cars than with the skill and daring displayed by the drivers as they push those cars to the limit. Read more

Brain Rhythms and Natural Language Processing (NLP)

The main goal of our research group (Neural Oscillations in Multisensory Communication Group at the Centre for Human Brain Health (CHBH), University of Birmingham) is to understand the brain’s information processing in human communication. Read more

Design and Development of a Capsule Robot for Medical Applications

A capsule robot has potential applications in medical diagnosis (e.g. capsule endoscopy) and treatments. In 2000, Given Imaging introduced the capsule endoscope which has many advantages over traditional endoscopy. Read more

Natural Language Processing for Public Health Surveillance

The sale of sugary products is still strong, despite the recommendations to reduce their consumption. When children consume too much sugar, they can suffer from obesity, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Read more

Using Machine Learning to Simulate Macroscopic phenomena for Fluid Dynamics

Macroscopic dynamic phenomena involving free and solid boundaries exist both in nature and industrial environments and are often associated with incidents of potentially high industrial impact. Read more

Machine learning approaches in health data science for risk prediction of cardiovascular diseases

Cardiovascular disease is killing over 17 million people in the world. almost a third of the death from cardiovascular diseases occur suddenly without prior signs and symptoms or diagnosis of any heart conditions. Prediction and prevention of cardiovascular diseases are then a priority to prevent these deaths. Read more

Natural Language Processing for Business Intelligence

For over a decade, the . Intelligent Data Analysis Research Group.  has been working in an extensive area of artificial intelligence and data science. Read more

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