Tag: MRes

Assessing a link between ICT-intensity and measured productivity slow-down (MRes Scholarship)

Assessing a link between ICT-intensity and measured productivity slow-down. University of South Wales Project ID: 21100 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 8th July 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to study a data analysis methodology which could lead to entirely new approaches in ICT and digital economy. This is a funded MRes, including… Read more »

Machine Learning in 3D Wound Care (MRes Scholarship)

Machine Learning in 3D Wound Care Project ID: 21099 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 8th July 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to apply computerised machine-learning technology to improve the automated clinical assessment of chronic skin wounds and ulcers. This could lead to entirely new approaches in wound diagnosis, management and wound care treatment. This… Read more »

An exploration of compassionate care from the perspectives of older people, carers and service providers (MRes Scholarship)

An exploration of compassionate care from the perspectives of older people, carers and service providers University of South Wales Project ID: 21087 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 8th July 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to conduct a multi-phase, mixed-method study, which could lead to entirely new approaches in future care delivery via… Read more »

Investigating the efficacy of an innovative interactive technology for powered wheelchairs (MRes Scholarship)

Investigating the efficacy of an innovative interactive technology for powered wheelchairs University of South Wales Project ID: 21051 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 8th July 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to study a technology which could lead to entirely new approaches in powered wheelchair usage. This is a funded MRes, including a generous… Read more »

Digital Human Model for Postural Assessment (MRes Scholarship)

Digital Human Model for Postural Assessment University of South Wales Project ID: 21101 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 15 June 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to study a digital human modeling which could lead to entirely new approaches in postural assessment and visualisation in rehabilitation engineering. This is a funded MRes, including… Read more »

Face pattern identification and classification (MRes Scholarship)

Face pattern identification and classification Project ID: 21086 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 3rd June 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to develop and apply image processing & pattern recognition techniques in an exciting and innovative way. This is a funded MRes, including a generous stipend and tuition fees, with well-resourced circumstances for a successful… Read more »

The potential for using Natural Language Processing in the NHS Wales (MRes Scholarship)

The potential for using Natural Language Processing in the NHS Wales Project ID: 21082 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 3rd June 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to develop and apply a technology that could significantly enhance the way some national health data is processed. This is a funded MRes, including a generous stipend and… Read more »

Automated triaging and answering of pupil questions (MRes Scholarship)

Automated triaging and answering of pupil questions University of South Wales Project ID: 21083 Annual Stipend: circa £11 k p.a. Application Deadline: 3rd June 2018 Here is an exciting opportunity to study a technology that could significantly enhance the way schools interface with their pupils. This is a funded MRes, including a generous stipend and tuition fees,… Read more »

Tears and laughter as young and old share experiences

Hen Blant Bach

Over recent months, in care centres across Wales, an innovative social experiment has been taking place – and the results are astonishing. In a new series of three emotional programmes on S4C, starting Sunday, 10 December, Hen Blant Bach shows what can happen when six children share their day care with a group of pensioners… Read more »