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  Beyond success: predicting the likelihood of a case eventually contributing to a shift in case law
  Prof S Delacroix
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Uncertainty. whether it be developing tools to help communicate it in lay-professional encounters, tools that take into account human uncertainty (and the consequent need for continuing change in a legal system), or methods to flag up / explain uncertainty to professional (or public policy) users of data science tools.
  Breaking Free with Artificial Intelligence: The Data Science of Digital Behaviour Intervention.
  Dr C Yau
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Using digital technology to improve health and care is now a priority focus for the UK National Health Service. New and maturing technological developments hold the potential to have a transformative effect on health service delivery.
  Communicating Uncertainty within professional applications
  Prof S Delacroix
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Uncertainty. whether it be developing tools to help communicate it in lay-professional encounters, tools that take into account human uncertainty (and the consequent need for continuing change in a legal system), or methods to flag up / explain uncertainty to professional (or public policy) users of data science tools.
  Dimension-free Structure-aware Data Analytics: From Theory to Practice
  Dr A Kaban
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
High dimensional data comes with computational, statistical, inferential, geometric, and interpretational challenges in general. However, the inherent difficulty of these problems may vary hugely across problem instances and particular data sets.
  Extracting novel algorithms from Nature
  Dr G Bassel, Dr I Johnston
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
The development of algorithms underpins the information processing age and data science. Creating novel algorithms capable for processing information under different conditions and scenarios provides opportunities to extend computation to new domains and under different conditions.
  Stochastic Differential Equations for Systems with Extreme Events
  Dr S Johnson, Dr F Spill
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
A great many real-world phenomena which involve some degree of randomness can be described with stochastic differential equations (SDEs).
  The Automatic BioData Scientist: Neural approaches for stochastic disease modelling
  Dr C Yau
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Mathematical models of disease evolution seek to specify the complex mechanistic relationships between many measurable quantities over space and time.
  Topological evolution of metallic crystals via 4D imaging and data-science approach
  Dr B Cai, Prof A Leonardis
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Crystals with fascinating topologies often control the functional and mechanical properties of engineering materials. For instance, high temperature properties of Ni-based superalloys used for turbine blades are essentially determined by crystal arrays with dendritic topology.
  Understanding (and acknowledging) fallibility
  Prof S Delacroix
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Uncertainty. whether it be developing tools to help communicate it in lay-professional encounters, tools that take into account human uncertainty (and the consequent need for continuing change in a legal system), or methods to flag up / explain uncertainty to professional (or public policy) users of data science tools.
  Web archives and cities: mining the web to learn our cities
  Dr E Tranos, Prof J Grieve
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
This project will explore how the dynamics of cities are reflected in and, therefore, can be sensed by mining online content. Not only cities change, but they also change faster than the secondary data update pace.
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