At the heart of the PhD will be an interdisciplinary research project. This will be grounded in a user-centred approach through the close involvement of industry partners. Each student will be guided by at least two supervisors from different disciplines.
PhD research topics will be chosen during the first year of the programme, drawing on ideas and discussions involving the students, potential supervisors and external partners. This said, the following list offers a few illustrative research topics that would fall under the overarching agenda of the centre:
Our students have access to a wide variety of research facilities, established using over £4M of equipment funding over the past five years. These include a wireless applications testbed across the city of Nottingham, a Galileo positioning test-bed that is part of the newly-funded GRACE centre, a collection of mobile devices and server infrastructure within the Mixed Reality Laboratory, and a series of vehicle simulators (car, train and motorcycle) within Engineering.
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