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Electrical & Electronic PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 457 Electrical & Electronic PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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PhD Studentship “Entanglement and New Quantum Phenomena in Semiconductor Nanostructures”

Applications are invited for a fully-funded EPSRC DTP PhD Studentship to work with Professor Sir Michael Pepper and colleagues in the London Centre for Nanotechnology on a project utilising advanced semiconductor nanostructures for the discovery and exploitation of Entanglement and other new Quantum effects. Read more

Radio Frequency Missile Seekers based on Multibeam Radar Systems

Multibeam radar (MBR) systems are Radio Frequency (RF) sensors capable of providing multiple simultaneous functions in different directions by transmitting multiple dedicated simultaneous antenna beams, each one carrying dedicated radar resources and waveform properties (i.e. Read more

Autonomous swarms inspired by real world applications

Swarm algorithms offer a number of promises in the form of multiple agents working together to achieve a task, robustness against disturbances and multiple sensing agents to digitise the environment to mention a few. Read more

High performance thermoelectrics for electrocatalysis PhD

Thermoelectric (TE) materials can convert heat into electricity directly, via the Seebeck effect. On the other hand, catalyst improves the activity, selectivity and life-time of a chemical reaction and are used on over 95% of industrial processes. Read more

Thermoelectric composites for environmental application PhD

Thermoelectric (TE) materials can convert heat into electricity directly, via the Seebeck effect (V -SΔT). One of the barriers for the widespread application of TE materials is its relative low conversion efficiency. Read more

Flexible electronics for wearable devices

ABM CDT Flexible electronics are seen as the next generation human body sensor platform. By attaching directly to the body they can provide very long term and high quality recordings, and bend, flex, and stretch with the body as it moves. Read more

AI-based framework for drone intent classification using a non-cooperative radar system PhD

This is an exciting opportunity for a fully-funded PhD studentship in the Centre for Autonomous and Cyber-Physical Systems at Cranfield University, to develop AI-based drone intent classification methods to improve radar conflict detection and alerting for safety in a blended airspace. Read more

Robotic exoskeleton for upper limb

Our multidisciplinary team focuses on research that has impact on the world around us and makes real difference to the quality of life of people living in our society in particular people with severe motor disabilities. Read more

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