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Ulster University - Belfast Campus PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 113 Ulster University - Belfast Campus PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Enhanced Obstacle Avoidance System for Parcelcopters in Dynamic Environments

  Research Group: Engineering
With the advancement in Industry 4.0, new technologies like parcelcopters, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and drones are continuously being launched for different Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Read more

Ad‘dressing’ the Digital: The role of the Metaverse in re-thinking the sustainability of the fashion industry from concept-to-customer

  Research Group: Art and Design
The fashion industry’s obsession with perpetual change has led to an over-consumptive model. ‘Fast fashion’ has fueled unprecedented levels of landfill, and the industry’s poor track record in production has caused it to be the 2nd largest global polluter (Freeman 2022). Read more

Music Composition (Composition and Improvisation/Composition and Performance/Composition and Creative Audio)

Music at Ulster is a vibrant community of practitioner-researchers, with interests in key areas of contemporary practice including composition, music technology, participatory/applied music, and improvisation and performance and soundtrack research. Read more

Language pedagogies and learning resources

This is a very productive area of inquiry which offers PhD researchers the opportunity to develop their research skills and establish their credentials as independent researchers with a high degree of employability or readiness for postdoctoral research. Read more

Air-Dis: Development of portable air disinfection systems

  Research Group: Engineering
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a key parameter for general health and wellbeing, with the impact of airborne transfer of respiratory pathogens highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Poor IAQ is a global issue, but in particular the WHO report that 40% of 3.2 million annual IAQ related deaths are linked to respiratory infections and chronic obstructive (COPD) [1]. Read more

Human Rights and Transitional Justice

  Research Group: Law
The Law unit of assessment unit of assessment includes the work of the School of Law and the Transitional Justice Institute as well as the Ulster University Law Clinic and the Legal Innovation Centre. Read more

Law and Innovation

The Law unit of assessment includes the work of the School of Law and the Transitional Justice Institute as well as the Ulster University Law Clinic and the Legal Innovation Centre. Read more

International law and justice

  Research Group: Law
The Law unit of assessment includes the work of the School of Law and the Transitional Justice Institute as well as the Ulster University Law Clinic and the Legal Innovation Centre. Read more

Law and Social Justice

  Research Group: Law
The Law unit of assessment includes the work of the School of Law, the Ulster University Law Clinic, the Transitional Justice Institute and the Legal Innovation Centre. Read more

NECESSARY (Net zEro CEments for Soil Stabilisation via wAste RecoverY)

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
This is an exciting opportunity to work on an industrial PhD research project at Ulster University with the UK’s leading specialist in ‘deep soil mixing’ (DSM) ground improvement, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd. Read more

Wastewater sludge to hydrogen via direct biogenic electrolysis

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Wastewater sludge is the by-product of wastewater treatment plants. Currently, 13.5 million tonnes of dry sludge are produced in Europe annually, 1.5 million tonnes in the UK, and further increase has been projected with population growth. Read more

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