Cardiff University are offering two PhD posts connected with Collaboratory projects: AI for Ecology and Biodiversity: Inferring habitat-species interactions from historical records, connected with the BioWhere project. Extracting content from social media for situation awareness in emergency response, connected with the QuakeText project. Applications close on Friday, April 29th.
Congratulations to Azadeh Izadi for passing her PhD without emendations. Azadeh’s thesis was on Modelling of Topological Relations in Multidimensional Space. Research Description My research examines spatial knowledge representation and reasoning with applications in multi-dimensional Geographic Information System (GIS). The development and widespread application of GIS have increased demand for a more accurate analysis andContinue reading “Congratulations to Dr Azadeh Izadi: PhD Success”
We invite applications for a PhD scholarship addressing the topic of extraction of disaster impacts from text-based social media sources; integrating the text data with sensor data and conventional geographic data sets using multi-modal data fusion and explore the use of this data in a question-answering system to support earthquake response. Click here for moreContinue reading “PhD Scholarship in Geographic Information Retrieval/Machine Learning for Disaster Applications”
We have two funded PhD scholarships available on the BioWhere project. PhD 1 will focus on the development of methods to parse natural language text and will then use a range of machine/deep learning methods to georeference location descriptions from biological collections, including those held by Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research. A strong technical (computerContinue reading “Two Funded PhD Scholarships in Machine Learning and Geospatial Science Available”
Congratulations to Syed Yasir Imtiaz in passing his PhD examination. In his project, Yasir designed and developed a Knowledge-Centered Decision Support System (KCDSS) using a computer-based impact assessment framework to assess the functionality of Critical Infrastructure (CI) networks by modelling their interdependencies. More details on Yasir’s work can be found here. Congratulations Yasir!
Congratulations to Jo Ross, who has just passed her PhD examination on the topic Realising the Just City: Why planners should care. Well done Jo!