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Ulster University - Magee Campus PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Museum Impact and Community Wellbeing: Evaluating the evidence

  Research Group: Social Work and Social Policy
The UKRI-funded project Museums, Crisis and Covid-19 (MCC19) established the importance of museums during the pandemic. Museums offered their resources and spaces, as places for people to come together safely and rebuild their networks. Read more

Jerzy Grotowski’s legacies

  Research Group: Music, Drama, Film and Screen, and Heritage/Museum Studies
This innovative research programme focusses on investigation of the legacies, influences and global impact of the work of the revolutionary Polish theatre director and theorist Jerzy Grotowski and his disciples, collaborators and followers, within and beyond the field of performing arts. Read more

Computational Biophysical Modelling of Motor Neuron Disease

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is the most common form of Motor Neuron Disease and is a fatal neurological disorder with death generally occurring within 2–4 years from disease onset, although 5–10% of ALS patients survive over 10 years. Read more

Acceleration of neurorehabilitation of stroke survivors using FES

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
Stroke is a leading cause of disabilities in the UK [1]. Intensive repetitive movement therapy, supported by a therapist, can help recover function - but often function is permanently impaired. Read more

Virtual Reality and Games for Physical Rehabilitation

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
Upper or lower limb rehabilitation (rehab) is commonly required in various health conditions. For example, post-Stroke, post-Cardiac arrest, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Phantom Limb, Brain Injury, and post-Breast Cancer Surgery. Read more

RAL: Robotics for Assistive Living

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
The Cognitive Robotics team in the ISRC focuses on novel, advanced control methods for autonomous mobile robots, merging approaches from Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and Engineering. Read more

Continual learning for modelling non-stationary systems

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems
Real-world environments are often non-stationary. Learning systems such as classifiers used for pattern recognition make the stationarity assumption in input data distribution density during training and operation phases. Read more

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