Ready to go research projects in Engineering, Technology and Environment

While you are welcome to propose a PhD to study according to our areas of expertise, we have set PhD projects designed by our experts which are ‘ready to go’ across several specialist areas.

If you are interested in discussing the projects further, before making an application, please complete our MPhil/PhD enquiry form. When you are ready to apply, please follow the instructions on our how to apply page.

Please make sure your funding is in place, whether self-funded or funded externally. See our fees and funding pages or jobs.ac.uk for potential sources of PhD funding and bursaries.

An investigation of conjugated polymers and its application in light emitting diodes

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Application of Cortical Learning Algorithms to Predictive Maintenance

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Cognitive radio: next generation wireless networks for the internet of things

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Cost effective implementation of business intelligence using cloud computing

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Cross-domain attack and defenses for the Railway Industry: Cyber-Physical Systems Approach

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Edge Computing Solutions for IOT Deployments

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Hybrid Brain-Computer Interfaces and Eye-Gaze Tracking Systems for Artists with Disabilities

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Interaction and User Interface Software for Interactive Film and Live Brain-Computer Cinema Performance

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Internet of things for smart cities applications

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Physics-based and bioinspired video analytic hazard tracking for construction

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

Real-Time Cyber Communication Threat Analysis

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

The biodiversity value of urban garden hedges

  • School of Life Sciences and Education

The development of a wing morphometric tool for the species identification of mosquitoes from mixed genera and the quantification of its strengths and limitations

  • School of Life Sciences and Education

The effectiveness and management of urban hedges for particulate capture

  • School of Life Sciences and Education

The future of Esports within the UK games industry

  • School of Digital, Technologies and Arts

The impact of leaf wax on particulate matter deposition, accumulation and resuspension from surfaces with rainfall and/or wind flow

  • School of Life Sciences and Education

Variation in blood meal host preference of mosquitoes from the Culex pipiens complex and the mechanisms that drive these variations

  • School of Life Sciences and Education
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