About the Project
U-Flyte now wishes to recruit PhD candidates to join this aerial robotics team based within the National Centre for Geocomputation (NCG), an established research centre at Maynooth University. We would especially like to hear from candidates with good primary degrees in Computing or Mathematics interested in developing careers in Aerial Robotics, Machine Learning, Computer Vision & Geospatial Data Analytics. If you feel you have the right background and want to know more – please get in touch.
Drone operation will always result in risk to varying degrees and both static and dynamic sources of risk need to be measured, classified and ultimately understood. Static risk includes vulnerable zones such as school yards, car-parks and exposed recreational parks. Dynamic risk includes weather and indeed other drones in flight. This PhD will deal with developing new methodologies and computational models to record, analyse and model risk as a fundamental input to U-Space/UTM system design.
Please contact Dr. Lucy Cradden, U-Flyte Project Manager at [Email Address Removed] to discuss further.
Scholars will have a dedicated work-space/I.T. within the NCG’s postgraduate area and join an experienced team operating in an innovative, dynamic environment.
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