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Computer Vision PhD Research Projects

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AI for visual information extraction and document/text analysis

The Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis (PRImA) Research Lab develops solutions to real-world problems, delivering outstanding impact in terms of reach and significance (4* research impact in REF2021). Read more

Antibiotic resistance mediated by bacterial cell shape and size transformations

Supervisors. Dr Nikola Ojkic. Funding. SBBS Start-up Studentship. Deadline. 28th February 2023. The following fully-funded PhD studentship is available in the School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences with an expected start date of Sept 2023. Read more

Advanced infrared imaging with machine learning surrogate models; maternal and neonatal care case study

The project aims to develop new methods for analysis of infrared images. Although thermal imaging is being used in numerous areas, so far it has not lived up to its full potential, particularly in medical diagnostics. Read more

Machine Learning Techniques for Self Supervised Imaging Systems

As part of ongoing research into machine learning for imaging and computer vision at the University of Edinburgh, we are looking for a highly motivated PhD student to work on new self supervised machine learning techniques for imaging to start as soon as possible. Read more

PhD in Physics and Astronomy - Neuromorphic Single Photon Imaging

What could we learn if we were able to see individual photons with our eyes? Can we learn more if we can see when the photons arrive as well? Gaining access to time information from single photons can allow us to detect the distance to object (LiDAR), see through walls, fog etc. Read more

Adaptive Robotic Behaviours in dynamic and outdoor settings.

In controlled settings such as factories, robots are able to achieve many tasks efficiently and accurately. However, it is still a challenge to enable robots to operate in unstructured, dynamic and outdoor environments. Read more

Failure and recovery of robotic chemists for computationally-guided materials discovery

A fully funded PhD studentship is available in the area of robotics/automation in a chemical laboratory, as part of a prestigious international Synergy Grant, funded by the European Research Council. Read more

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