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Robotics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 141 Robotics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Formal Verification of Robot Swarms

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

SALE-Auto: Safety Assurance for Learning-Enabled Autonomous Systems

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Python Program Model-Checking/Verifying Python Agents

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Formal Verification of Robot Teams or Human-Robot Interaction

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

End-to-end Methods for the Verification of Autonomous Planetary Deployments

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Learning for Control: Enabling Efficient Networked Autonomous Systems

Supervisory Team: Konstantinos Gatsis . Project description. There is an ongoing transformation in engineering autonomous systems that aim to achieve complex objectives with limited human intervention in applications such as robotics, self-driving cars, and industrial systems. Read more

Navigation in Darkness Using Vision in Unknown Environments

The Robotics for Extreme Environments Group invites applications for a PhD studentship to develop vision-based simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM) for usage in low-light and obstacle rich environments. Read more

Artificial Evolution with Miniature Robots

​​Evolutionary robotics is a vibrant new sub-discipline of robotics which looks to adapt the processes which shape life on earth to the development of novel engineering systems. Read more

Resilient Biomimetic Flight in Cluttered Environments

Unlike rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), fixed-wing UAVs offer several advantages, including longer endurance, greater range, higher speed, larger payload capacity, improved stability in wind, energy efficiency, and reduced noise. Read more

Bio-inspired flocking control for the autonomous and electric vehicles (AEVs) fleet in disaster response operations

Efficient disaster response operations demand well-coordinated and mobile resources to minimise casualties and property damage. Autonomous and electric vehicles (AEVs) have emerged as a promising solution to enhance disaster response fleets. Read more

PhD opportunity in lunar construction and in-situ resource utilisation

​​The Lunar Construction and Resource Extraction Group at the Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey, have a primary goal. to develop both the theory and practical application of construction processes and materials in extraterrestrial environments, particularly on the Moon and Mars. Read more

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