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Generative Models and Machine Learning in Astrophysics


   School of Physics and Astronomy

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  Dr Guy Davies  No more applications being accepted  Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

Science and our quest to understand and explain the Universe around us requires interpretability in our models. Many models and especially machine learning models can appear to be a 'black box' that produces answers without understanding. But there are classes of machine learning models and applications of machine learning where interpretability can be featured in the model. Especially useful for understanding and interpretability are many types of generative models. In this PhD project, the researcher will learn different approaches to machine learning that include generative models and apply these models to problems in exoplanetary science, stellar astrophysics, and galactic evolution.

More information about the research group and other available projects can be found here: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/sasp

Apply through the University of Birmingham's PhD portal using this link: https://sits.bham.ac.uk/lpages/EPS005.htm


Funding Notes

If you are selected in our entry competition, the PhD will be fully funded, meaning tuition fees are covered. In addition you would receive a monthly stipend to cover your living expenses, and have the opportunity to work as a teaching assistant to earn additional income.
If you would like more information contact [Email Address Removed]

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