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Resilient continuum computing

This project in resilient continuum computing will build on recent Surrey PhD research in computational performance assurance and application context sensitivity, exploring decision-making in respect to how these are supported by activities involving resource orchestration, reconfiguration, and migration. Read more

Cyber Resilient IoT Networks

The aim of the project is to investigate self-organising Internet-Of-Things (IoT) networks by exploring “cyber resilience by design” approaches. Read more

Security and Resilience of Digital Ecosystems

This project deals with the prevention and mitigation of attacks on digital assets. Digital assets include accounts of financial or functional value and business-critical data elements such as customer, employee and financial data. Read more

AI-based vehicle dynamics controllers and observers for off-road autonomous driving

The project aims at exploring novel algorithms for controlling the dynamic behaviour of autonomous vehicles suitable for both on-road and off-road conditions, with specific focus on the latter. Read more

AI-based integrated chassis control for automated vehicles

The project aims to explore the active safety potential of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for the control of multiple chassis actuators (electric powertrains, brake-by-wire, four-wheel-steering and active suspension) in automated vehicles operating at and beyond the limit handling. Read more

A computational modelling framework for understanding skeletal muscle adaptation

Musculoskeletal biomechanics is the analysis of how forces are transmitted through our bodies during locomotion. The main sources of force arise from locomotion that is driven by the skeletal muscles. Read more

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