About the Project
Decisions that were traditionally based primarily on intuition and experience are being challenged by a data-driven decision-making style. Decision making is undergoing a shift at the level of the individual, as it progresses towards the group level. This project will focus on linking up mathematical and computational evolutionary computing algorithms (around the theme of multi-agent networks) for data driven decision making. The potential application can be used in operational research in healthcare which enables policy makers to perceive information intelligently in complex uncontrolled real-world environments. The PhD student will gain substantial knowledge in fields such as evolutionary computing, reinforcement learning, machine learning, deep learning, and data analytics.
A first degree in a relevant scientific discipline, such as computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics, or medicine. Desirable skills include mathematics, statistics, machine learning, computer vision, deep learning, robotics, natural language processing, human-computer interfaces, and software engineering.
English language requirement
IELTS score must be at least 6.5. Other equivalent qualifications will be accepted. Full details of the University’s policy are available online.
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