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Edinburgh Napier University, School of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 188 Edinburgh Napier University, School of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction with Turbulent and Multiphase flows

Fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems involving turbulent and multiphase flows and flexible structures find numerous applications in Science and Engineering, e.g., aeroelasticity of aircraft wings and wind turbine blades, wave-structure interactions of offshore structures, flexible wave energy converters, floating solar farms, and flight of birds and insects. Read more

Context-Aware Wireless Power Transfer Scheduling for Vehicular Edge Computing

Vehicle Edge Computing (VEC) is a promising paradigm that exposes Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) to road scenarios. VEC and wireless power transfer (WPT) are regarded as promising technologies that have attracted significant attention in many areas. Read more

Characterising Automatically Generated Text

Research is needed to understand the differences between human and machine generated text. Prior research has focused on identification of identification of deceptive text, such as phishing attempts or bot-generated tweets. Read more

Building the next Generation of Smart Grid Infrastructures

Building the future of Smart Grid infrastructures involves leveraging advanced technologies and integrating renewable energy sources, enhancing grid resilience, improving efficiency, and implementing intelligent monitoring and control systems. Read more

Building integrated Photvoltaic for existing buildings

As the quest for sustainable building increases, Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) promises to be a viable energy source that easily blends with modern architectural materials. Read more

Building back better: Integrated assessment for post-disaster housing configuration mitigation and resilience

The purpose of the study. The occurrence of natural and man-made disasters is increasing rapidly worldwide. Post-disaster housing projects have been one of the most challenging and controversial responsibilities faced by the impacted countries. Read more

Blockchain Technology and Decentralised Finance (DeFi) : The Bridge to the Future of Finance

Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) provide building blocks of the so-called “Internet of Value”, since they enable recording of interactions and transfer “value” referring to any record of ownership of asset - for example, money, securities, land titles – and ownership of specific information like identity, health information as well as other personal data. Read more

Biocoal research for use in heritage steam railways

The UK has over 200 heritage railway lines in operation. Traditionally these have run on coal, preferably Welsh steam coal, a form of bituminous coal known for its good calorific values, low sulphur content and semi smokeless properties. Read more

BIM-based expert system for predicting CO2 emissions at the project design phase decision-making

In recent years, human activities and rapid urban developments have negatively affected the ecosystem and quality of life. The planet's temperature has risen by 2 degrees following the Industrial Revolution, and it is predicted that this number will be added to the overall impact by 2050. Read more

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