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Autonomous multi robot system for fast and long traversal

This is an exciting opportunity for a fully funded PhD studentship in the Centre for Autonomous and Cyber-Physical Systems at Cranfield University, to develop an autonomous multi-robot system for fast and long traversal in extreme planetary environments. Read more

Fully-funded VC studentship - Spatio-temporal models for large citizen science data sets

Supervisors. This is a joint project between the University of Kent and Butterfly Conservation and the PhD student will be supervised by a team with expertise in Statistics, Statistical Ecology, Citizen Science, and Butterfly Monitoring. Read more

Character-Centric Narrative Understanding

A narrative is any account of a collection of related events telling a story. It can be found in a variety of forms including novel, journalism, music, film, video, speech, performing arts, painting, and sculpture. Read more

Neural Networks for Complex Dynamical Systems

Details. Dynamical systems are often solved/integrated by a suitable numerical discretisation method in such a way that certain properties of the underlying systems will be preserved. Read more
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Time Series for Mechanistic and Causal Models

Time Series appear ubiquitous in sciences and society, including financial time series, time series of disease spreads or time series of key molecules regulating the life and death of cells, animals, and humans. Read more
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Topological Analysis for Predictive Spatial Signatures of Cancer Progression and Treatment Response

For a long time, cancer has been largely studied through its genetic alterations. However, we now know that other cell types such as immune cells critically affect tumour progression. Read more

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