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Some supervisors have put forward ideas for potential PhD projects that they would be interested to supervise. These are listed below the name of the relevant supervisor. We also welcome original research proposals.
Dr Temitope Alade
Expertise: Web and Mobile Systems; Internet of Things (IoT); Web Services and Applications; Algorithms and Technologies for Processing Big Data on the Web; Software Engineering; Modelling and Performance Analysis of Mobile Communication Systems (such as 5G wireless systems and beyond); AI for Wireless Communications, Applications of Modern Communication Technologies, Wireless e-Health, Wireless Cognitive Networks and Mobile Learning.
Dr Chris Bowers
Expertise: mobile and ubiquitous computing; interactive intelligent systems; human-computer interaction; computational intelligence; evolutionary computing; data driven behaviour modelling; technology driven behaviour change; energy demand monitoring, modelling and management; habit cessation technologies.
Self-funded project: Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, Health & Wellbeing
Dr Hayder Ghazi Alwattar
Expertise: Wireless networks, distributed systems and system simulation, mobile wireless sensor networks, system analysis & design and data mining.
Dr Colin Price
Expertise: computer science education; modelling and simulation; design and development of educational immersive environments; physics simulations using 3D digital technology.
Dr Marc Price
Expertise/research interests: modelling and simulating influence of spine posture on physiology and mood; modelling and simulating biomechanics and physiology of internal martial arts; modelling and simulating biomechanics and physiology of other internal exercises (eg breath, sound, etc). Video processing: HDR Video Capture and Production.