Tag: Computer Science

Modelling the impact of shelterbelts on livestock productivity and welfare (PhD Scholarship)

Modelling the impact of shelterbelts on livestock productivity and welfare. School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography, Bangor University, UK Project ID: BUK211 Annual Stipend: £14,300 Application Deadline: 17:00 on 31st July 2018 Applications are invited for a three-year research PhD studentship in the area of sustainable intensification of livestock systems at the School of… Read more »

Understanding our oceans: How and where do fish swim?

Saithe & Pollack Fish

Bangor University’s Schools of Ocean Sciences, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, working in collaboration with company partner Tidal Lagoon Power, are looking for a computer science student to help them build an autonomous vehicle that will answer questions that have bugged ecologists and fisheries scientists for years – how and where do fish swim? The new project… Read more »