Imperial College London Featured PhD Programmes
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Featured PhD Programmes
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Heidelberg) Featured PhD Programmes

Maths & Computing PhD Research Projects

We have 1,061 Maths & Computing PhD Research Projects

Discipline

Discipline

Maths & Computing

Location

Location

All locations

Institution

Institution

All Institutions

PhD Type

PhD Type

PhD Research Projects

Funding

Funding

All Funding


We have 1,061 Maths & Computing PhD Research Projects

Investigating Noise in Ageing Cellular Power Stations

PhD Project. Imperial College Mathematics. Student Background. Theoretical Physics, Mathematics/Statistics, Electrical Engineering (Biological knowledge not required) or Quantitative Biology with an interest in experiment. Read more

PhD in Catalysis

Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI) – Cardiff University (UK). Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI). is a premier academic catalysis facility in the UK, and a leading heterogeneous catalysis institute with 45 staff scientists. Read more

Molecular mechanisms underlying Parkinson's disease

There is great need for improved understanding of the mechanistic biology underlying Parkinson’s disease. Such knowledge will help with development of new drugs that slow or even halt the progression of the disease. Read more

High level design environment for FPGAs

FPGA can provide high performance with low power consumption in many of the applications such as Artificial Intelligence Inference, image processing and matrix multiplication. Read more

Domain Specific Languages for the Patient Digital Twin

A digital twin is a set of virtual representations of an individual/unique physical asset, entity or process that is continually and dynamically updated with data from its physical twin throughout its life cycle to ultimately inform decisions that realize value. Read more

Handling Noise in Fluorescence Microscopy via Generative Models

Fluorescence microscopy has become an invaluable tool for life science. The technique allows us to gain insights into the inner workings of the cell by highlighting individual components with fluorescent markers, which then emit light upon being excited by light of a different wavelength. Read more

Filtering Results