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Life Cycle Analysis (LCA )and Carbon footprint Analysis of Structural Automotive Parts

Applications are invited for one full-time PhD Studentships within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering funded jointly by the industry and the Department. The PhD studentship is for a period of three (3) years effective from 1 March 2023 or as soon as possible. The successful applicant will have full tuition fee paid. Read more

Decarbonising the maritime transport with ammonia

Thermal engines are inarguably the prevalent technology powering the maritime sector worldwide, predominantly with fossil fuels. Solid evidence suggests that such engines will maintain a large share of the market for decades to come. Read more

MyWorld: End-to-End Learned Video Compression

In recent years, video compression has played an essential role in the application and uptake of video technologies across film, television, terrestrial and satellite transmission, surveillance and particularly Internet video. Read more

Software Supply Chain Ecosystem

Please note that advertised projects are sample projects and prospective applicants are not required to apply to one of the advertised projects, but are welcome to discuss broader research interests with the academic named in the advert - and/or to apply with their own research proposal. Read more

Clinically-motivated and physics-informed deep learning for contouring tumours using multimodal cancer imaging

Contouring tumour volumes is an important early step in the radiotherapy planning process. Several imaging modalities (CT, PET and MRI) are used to guide contouring, but inter-observer variation in contouring tumour volumes can be significant. Read more

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