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Ulster University - Belfast Campus PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 104 Ulster University - Belfast Campus PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Processes and Legacies of artistic self-historicization: Curating, documenting and preserving Derry’s Arts Centres activities since the 1970’s.

  Research Group: Art and Design
In an art eco-system lacking various components common to most contemporary art development, Derry saw the creation and development of four significant and influential art centres over the last 45 years. Read more
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Examining E-sport Cultures

Ulster University is thrilled to announce a funded PhD program that invites applicants to explore the fascinating world of e-sports, a rapidly growing area of digital entertainment and competition. Read more
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The Feminisation of Sport Migration

  Research Group: Sport and Exercise Sciences
Background. Research into transnational sports labour migration (SLM) has increased significantly since the 1990s. This work was initially dominated by a macro-level approach. Read more
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Acute and chronic effects of resistance training muscle length and contraction mode on hamstrings architecture, morphology and neuromuscular function

  Research Group: Sport and Exercise Sciences
It is possible to improve athletic performance and reduce injury risk by targeting specific resistance training adaptations. Muscles such as the hamstrings play a pivotal role in sports performance but are also highly susceptible to hamstring strain injuries. Read more
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Supporting Community Cycling for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

  Research Group: Sport and Exercise Sciences
Cycling has been identified by public health and governmental agencies as a physical activity(PA) benefitting health, wellbeing, and the environment. Read more
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Tracing the Origins, Impacts, and Countermeasures of Disinformation in Sports

  Research Group: Sport and Exercise Sciences
In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, disinformation—deliberately misleading or false information—has permeated various sectors, and sport is no exception. Read more
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Co-Production and Pilot Testing a Bespoke Version of The Daily Mile to Improve Physical and Mental Health in Schoolchildren

  Research Group: Sport and Exercise Sciences
The Daily Mile (TDM) physical activity initiative is registed in >14,000 schools across >87 countries. Research has established short-term positive effects of TDM on children’s physical and mental health outcomes (Breslin et al., 2023). Read more
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Development of Life Cycle Assessment Tools for Multi-layered pipes

  Research Group: Engineering
Purapipe advanced fibre-reinforced multi-layered composite pipelines for water and fuel transportation, offer superior mechanical properties and lower weight than conventional materials. Read more
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Machine Learning inspired Channel Estimation in Future Wireless Networks

  Research Group: Engineering
Future wireless networks (FWNs) are expected to accommodate trillions of devices with new diverse use cases and require a new ecosystem to support massive connections, ultra-reliability and intelligence from the network to at device level. Read more
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Photo-electro-bio-catalytic systems for wastewater treatment and resource recovery

  Research Group: Engineering
Wastewater may be viewed as a valuable source of energy, precious metals and nutrients. In this research project we wish to explore the integration of photocatalytic, electrocatalytic and biocatalytic systems for the treatment of wastewater and resource recovery. Read more
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Novel metal-organic frameworks and their functional derivatives for affordable clean energy generation

  Research Group: Engineering
Metal−organic frameworks (MOFs) are a class of porous materials. The highly tuneable structure of MOFs facilitates the construction of functional derivatives with unique and desired properties suitable for applications in diverse areas e.g., energy, sensing, biomedical, catalysis. Read more

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