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Coventry University, England invites online Application for number of  Fully Funded PhD Degree at various Departments. We are providing a list of Fully Funded PhD Programs available at Coventry University, England.

Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.

 

(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Predicting diagnosis and symptom severity in ADHD with deep learning and network analysis using EEG (Coventry led)

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity and or impulsivity. The diagnosis and monitoring of the symptom severity are mostly based on subjective reports, while neuropsychological testing and direct classroom observations are more objective diagnosis methods, but they are time-consuming and expensive. A new cost-effective and accurate diagnosis and symptom monitoring technique is urgently needed.

This project aims to explore whether EEG can provide a quantitative and effective approach for the diagnosis and severity monitoring of ADHD. Additionally, we would like to evaluate whether an integration of advanced signal processing, network analysis and deep learning techniques would improve the diagnosis performance compared with traditional EEG analysis methods.

Deadline : 3 June 2024

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(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Atlantic Stories, Colonial Legacies and the Bodleian Library, 1650-1800

In response, this project proposes a series of case studies from within the Bodleian’s collections 1650-1800, to highlight early modern Atlantic colonial legacies and curatorial practice. Research questions include: what can an archival object or set of objects tell us about colonial activity? How has information about these objects been represented in Bodleian finding aids, both historically and currently? How has that created absences or silences relating to the history of empire?

The researcher will benefit from a multi-disciplinary team of supervisors and advisors. It is anticipated that the student will follow a two-month internship at the Bodleian to produce a mini research project that will support the dissemination of the PhD research and enhance future employability.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Interrogating Situated Colonial Practices in the Dance Archive

The project chimes well with a larger questioning in dance of its rela-tionship to social justice and how practices and narratives of inclusion and diversity can be put into dialogue in envisioning new modes of production. In addition, the project is concerned with ‘undoing’ and ‘liberation’ from a dominant colonial paradigm (Vázquez, 2021) and how dance has an important role to play in this.
According to Mayes and Whitfield (2021), African American artists are generally hidden or missing from archives yet nevertheless had an important role in creating musical theatre, particularly the dance we know today. The U.K. received an influx of people migrating in the 19th century, many from the United States, contributed to the significant evolution of musical theatre and dance. As one example, this is especially evident in the impact of the work of Master Juba who became well-known in the U.K. for his expressive rhythms on stage.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Taxation, money laundering and integrity risks and compliance challenges in the arts and antiquities markets

The challenges of complying with taxation, money laundering, and integrity laws and regulations in the arts and antiquities markets are significant. These laws and regulations are often complex and constantly changing, and they can be expensive to comply with. Additionally, the art and antiquities markets are dynamic, which makes it difficult to ensure effective compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Using doctrinal and socio-legal research methodologies, the project will focus on innovatively unveiling the salient tax crime, money laundering, and integrity risks and challenges in the arts and antiquities markets. It will also address the question of how these risks and challenges are exploited by criminal actors and addressed by relevant authorities and the society. This project would result in a better understanding of these risks and the development of more effective measures to counter them.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: The role of health technology in menopause support: co-designing culturally and socially appropriate solutions

Social and cultural attitudes and values also contribute to these varied perceptions and experiences, meaning that effective support needs to take these factors into account. There is a growing range of technology emerging to assess and treat menopausal symptoms and offer help and support. There is, however, much debate about the use of ‘FemTech’ in terms of privacy, the nature of the advice offered, user control and empowerment, and accessibility to all.

With a focus on seldom heard voices, this interdisciplinary research will seek to explore a range of experiences and support needs related to the menopause.

The research seeks to identify and understand the needs and priorities of people experiencing the menopause through language-based and creative methods, investigating how such methods can facilitate the discussion of sensitive issues. The role of technology in menopause support will be considered, and the findings from the needs identification will be translated into design requirements for culturally and socially appropriate solutions.

The project will be supported by the NIHR Devices for Dignity HRC who specialise in the development of innovative health technologies for people with long-term conditions and have a key national role in developing technologies to improve women’s health.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Using lipid nano-particles to study G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs)

G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) form the largest family of membrane proteins in the human genome and are the therapeutic target for ~40% of clinically-prescribed drugs. Understanding their structure & function at the molecular level is of fundamental importance. Using styrene maleic acid (SMA) co-polymer, we reported the first purification of active GPCR encap-sulated in nano-scale SMA lipid particles (SMALPs), in the complete ab-sence of detergent, thereby preserving the native lipid environment of the GPCR. This is ‘cutting edge’ research.

This is a multidisciplinary project combining molecular pharmacology, fluo-rescence techniques and biophysics. We will exploit our powerful SMALP technologies to provide new insights into GPCR structure and molecular mechanisms, including conformational changes associated with activation and drug binding, using engineered receptors with fluorescent ligands and probes combined with exploiting novel SMA-like polymers specifically tai-lored for GPCR research.

This project will provide the student with a broad skill-base, working with an international collaborative team and expertise relevant to a future career in either academia or the pharmaceutical industry.

Deadline : 6 May 2024

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(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Becoming a doctoral candidate: from expert to learner and back again

Over the past few decades an increasing number of graduate student researchers have established expert careers before undertaking a PhD in their own or a new field. In the area of the arts and humanities, this can mean choosing to do a creative arts PhD in a field in which one is already an expert, or choosing to leave a different career in order to embark on a creative arts PhD. The privileged status given to those with established careers can present a challenge when it comes to their learning and studying for a doctorate, and this often intersects with other challenges related to mature study, such as continuing family and career commitments. In the creative arts, returning to study can involve seeing one’s expert practice from a new angle, or it can mean engaging with arts methodologies for the very first time.

Whilst there is long-term research established around the study of mature learning, staff and professional doctorates, as well as study/life balance, and whilst there is substantial literature on practice research methodology in the arts, there is limited understanding in how these intersect in the experience of experts from practice, education, and business, who choose to return to study for higher degrees. With a focus on the creative arts, this research will explore experiences of PGRs as they journey from professional expert to learner, before becoming an expert once more in a new way.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Co-creating a HealthTech evaluation approach that captures what matters most to people living with one or more long-term conditions

This research seeks to explore the balance of the data needed to ensure useful, valid and reliable measurement, whilst considering how to design and present measures that are usable and acceptable to participants.
The research will involve comparing and contrasting approaches commonly used in HealthTech evaluation in terms of their appropriateness and acceptability to participants. Co-creation will also be employed to define ‘what matters most’ to people with long-term conditions, their families and wider communities in order to supplement more traditional approaches to measuring patient outcomes and experiences.
The project is co-funded by the NIHR Devices for Dignity HRC who specialise in the development of innovative health technologies for people with long-term conditions and have a key national role in developing technologies

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Ensuring sustainability of teacher workforce in England: Identifying the antecedents of early career Mathematics teachers’ attrition and developing strategies to improve their retention

The PhD will focus on investigating early career mathematics teachers’ reasons for leaving the profession and developing strategies to improve their retention in England. In this research, a mixed-method and multistakeholder approach will be adopted to ask multiple stakeholders (mathematics teachers, their mentors, educational leaders, union representatives and policymakers) about the reasons for attrition and possible solution strategies for improved retention.

Synthesising the qualitative and quantitative findings, the researcher will develop a model/framework of teacher attrition/retention. The final synthesised model and the scale developed at the quantitative phase can be utilised for teachers of subjects other than mathematics because of the similarities in some individual and contextual antecedents of attrition and relevant strategies to improve retention. The findings of this research will help policymakers and practitioners improve teacher performance and teaching quality by eliminating the underlying negative attitudes, which will eventually improve student outcomes. The results will also provide input for teacher education/training professionals in terms of developing appropriate teacher preparation and development criteria.

Deadline :  27 May 2024

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(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Movement behaviours, cardiometabolic health and quality of life in adults from Black ethnicity

This project will aim to improve the understanding of movement behavioural patterns (i.e., sedentary time, light to vigorous activity and sleep), cardiometabolic health and quality of life of UK Black adults. The project will involve extensive research including comprehensive collection and analysis of socio demographic and clinical cardiovascular data.
The importance of this research lies in its potential to provide novel evidence for the optimum amount of physical activity and sleep needed for improved cardi-ometabolic health and quality of life. We anticipate that our findings will support improvements in public health policy and guidelines specific to Black adults thus reducing ethnicity-related health inequalities.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Numerical Investigation of Liquid Metal Magneto-Coriolis-Centrifugal Convection

This PhD project will focus on the modelling of electro-magnetic effects, in particular, clarify the possible role of Alfvén waves in planetary core convection.
The successful candidate will implement increasingly sophisticated magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) models accounting for Alfvén waves in our in-house code goldfish. The PhD researcher will then carry out numerical simulations to assess their performance against cutting-edge experiments and against the classical quasi-static MHD approximation that ignores waves.
This project offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the field of planetary science and to develop a world-leading expertise in geophysical and numerical fluid dynamics. The successful candidate will also be able to develop an extensive scientific network by working with the best experts in the field word-wide, through extensive collaboration across the USA and Europe thanks to the great flexibility offered by the ERC-guarantee.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Designing and Testing Safer Public Transport for Women

This 3.5-year doctorate, supported by the West Midlands Combined Authority, will aim to design safer and more inclusive public transport for women. You will have access to the cutting-edge facilities at the National Transport Design Centre and the Centre for Healthcare and Communities. You will also work with leading researchers and industrial designers to research, design and test your work in the real world. What’s more, you will collaborate with both UK and European gender-design experts through the supervisory teams’ extensive network.

Your supervisory team will consist of Dr Arun Ulahannan, Assistant Professor in User Research and Human Factors design with expertise in transport design across a range of international projects and host of the chart-topping How to PhD podcast; Chartered Psychologist and Research Fellow, Dr Grace Carter, an internationally recognised expert in trauma, violence, and abuse; and Professor Stewart Birrell, one of the leading human factors experts.

This is a unique opportunity to contribute to a hugely important field and make an influence on society, whilst being supported by the local transport authority and world-leading multi-disciplinary researchers.

This is a user research project which can involve a wide-range of qualitative or quantitative methods, depending on your experience. Therefore, we welcome applications from all research backgrounds

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and metabolic syndrome in different ethnicities

The prevalence of sleep apnoea is increasing globally; however, population-based studies have reported a wide variation of prevalence estimates, particularly from different ethnicities. In the past few years, several studies have analysed the potential independent contribution of OSA to the pathogenesis of metabolic abnormalities, including obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes/insulin resistance, and dyslipidaemia.

Although the disorder has been well studied in selected high-risk populations, few data exist on its prevalence in the population from different ethnicities and geographical regions, particularly on metabolic dysfunction. Studies in some populations from high-income countries suggest lifestyle interventions, such as diet and exercise programmes could improve both OSA and the metabolic profile. We plan to carry out a study to understand the relationship between OSA and metabolic dysfunction in different ethnicities and test a pilot intervention on lifestyle intervention in the ethnic minority population.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: AI enhanced 3D human body shape estimation and garment redressing from clothed 3D scan sequences

To this end, two main subtasks are necessary: a) an accurate 3D body shape reconstruction, and b) dressing of the obtained body. An accurate 3D body shape can be obtained via 3D body scanning techniques. However, it is inconvenient and an infringement on the right to privacy to scan the undressed body directly. Existing methods of dressing the 3D body can be classified into two main categories: the physically based cloth simulation, and redressing garments from a template to another subject. Redressing scanned garments has shown superior performance in terms of the realistic geometry, compared to the physically based cloth simulation. However, existing methods focus on redressing static scanned garments while it is necessary to redress the 3D scanned garment movement to obtain more realistic and accurate virtual try-on results.

This project focuses on developing AI-based solutions for estimating body shapes and redressing dynamic garments from clothed 3D sequences. This can now be achieved thanks to the rapid developments of deep neural networks and improvements in commodity depth sensors. This project will push the state of the art in specific areas of computer vision related to point cloud acquisition and processing to develop the building blocks of a full “virtual fitting” experience that will be marketed to clients in the fashion industry looking to transition into the digital world, or improve the value generation potential of online marketplaces.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Plastic Pollution as an Anthropogenic Threat to Human Health: The Impact of Nano- and Microplastics Accumulation on Skeletal Muscle Function

Based on world-leading expertise in evaluating isolated skeletal muscle function and utilising equipment exclusive to Coventry University, this PhD will, for the first time, establish the effect of nano- and microplastic accumulation on SkM function. This is especially significant given that impaired muscle function is an independent marker of disease and all-cause mortality. Specifically, the PhD will examine the effects of plastic particle size and dose on SkM function, explore if detrimental effects can be reversed, and establish if an interaction exists between plastic particles and other known pollutants suggested to affect SkM health. This interdisciplinary research will therefore provide necessary data to support robust human health risk assessment of the impact of plastic particle pollution.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Interoception of breathing and the effects on the cortical control of balance

Interoceptive pathways offer ripe opportunities for experimental manipu-lations of mind–body interactions, which can lead to promising interven-tions to reduce high levels of fear about falling. Breathing is profoundly in-fluenced by emotion and is one of the few physiological functions that can be volitionally controlled, potentially providing a powerful portal to entrain and modify high levels of fear. The proposed project brings together differ-ent disciplines (neuroscience, signal processing, physiology, and psychology) to probe the role of interoception (specifically breathing) in the generation of fear of falling. We will use neuroscientific techniques (such as electroen-cephalography [EEG]) to shed light on potential brain mechanisms involved in the interoception of breathing, and elucidate how these factors influence subjective fear and anxiety states.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(17) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Understanding and addressing the uptake of Rehabilitative, Assistive and Restorative Technologies by underserved communities

This project seeks to explore and understand variability in the acceptance and adoption of rehabilitation, assistive and restorative technologies. The research will explore individual barriers to the use of such technologies, and identify patient groups in which technology is particularly under-utilised. Working with representative participant groups and stakeholders, the research will go on to co-create an action plan and technology design requirements to improve uptake and acceptance of technologies in under-served communities.

The project is co-funded by the NIHR Devices for Dignity HRC who specialise in the development of innovative health technologies for people with long-term conditions and have a key national role in developing technologies.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(18) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Mechanistic insights into Family B G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) using SMA-like polymers

The project will address this knowledge gap by focusing on the molecular pharmacology of three distinct CLR-containing GPCRs: calcitonin gene-related peptide receptor (CGRP-R; CLR-RAMP1), adrenomedullin 1 receptor (AM1-R; CLR-RAMP2) and adrenomedullin 2 receptor (AM2-R; CLR-RAMP3). Novel genetically-engineered mammalian cell system will be generated to study CLR-RAMPs molecular pharmacology. This will facilitate mechanistic insights, aid the rational design of chemical probes and potential therapeutics targeting CLR-RAMPs in the future.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(19) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Using Extended Reality (XR) to improve team performance and enhance training for maintenance of future vehicles

The NTDC was launched in 2017 where we employ state-of-the-art visualisation and simulation techniques, and design tools to address future mobility challenges from bicycles, through autonomous cars to eVTOL aircraft. You will have the opportunity to work alongside our team of human factors experts, psychologists, designers and engineering experts who have led impactful AR / VR research. Including the development of customer experience AR / VR applications for the world’s first urban air transport hub, and the design and evaluation of novel AR displays for future commercial aviation cockpits. NTDC works closely with industry, presenting excellent opportunities for collaboration and the development of impactful research. See out LinkedIn pages at https://www.linkedin.com/company/ntdc/.

The UK needs to invest in technologies for electrification, meaning many employers and employees will need to upskill, reskill and new-skill to meet the demand of delivering the future vehicles of the electric revolution. New technologies and a skilled workforce are both essential to meet the associated challenges of this fundamental industrial shift. Correspondingly, the current proposal will investigate the efficacy of head-worn XR technology applications, designed with a user-centric design (UCD) approach, for improving team performance and training of electrification maintenance skills.
The research addresses a requirement for Dstl’s Future Workforce and Training Programme. Specifically, to identify, develop and test novel human systems integration (HMI) and UCD approaches, in order to enable pan-defence users to understand and develop robust and/or novel approaches to achieving superiority through its people capability.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(20) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Feedback, attainment and underperformance in higher education (Deakin Starting)

Feedback processes are a key driver of learning and attainment in higher education, but there is a suggestion that feedback mostly benefits self-regulating and highly performing students.

A recent review identified that students’ prior level of achievement influences their engagement with feedback leading them to take up feedback opportunities differently. Who is able to elicit feedback and seek teacher support varies through any number of student characteristics and local circumstances. Feedback information may be worded differently for lower rather higher scoring papers. Significant questions remain around the intersections of feedback and performance. How and with what sort of inputs and processes students engage (or do not engage) is poorly understood, especially for those who have low outcomes.

Making better sense of feedback practices from the student perspective will support the design of feedback systems that engage students and develop their evaluative judgment. Applicants should propose a specific focus within the research scope outlined here depending on their own interests.

Deadline : 29 April 2024

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(21) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: The efficacy of a wearable intervention in treating poor mental health in the early postnatal period and the role of circadian rhythm and prolactin during mental health recovery


The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence recognised that wearables can improve mental health in the general population. However, this advice has not been extended to the perinatal period due to a lack of research, impeded by the stigma related to perinatal mental health. Importantly, recent studies have speculated a correlation between aberrant expression of lactogenic hormones and pathological changes in mood and sleep.
Following (i) a systematic literature review, this research will (ii) evaluate the suitability of a wearable intervention in the postnatal period and (iii) explore the trajectory and protective role of circadian rhythms and prolactin levels on mental health during the early postnatal period. The outcomes will lay the foundations to extend treatment care for women post-birth

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(22) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Predicting diagnosis and symptom severity in ADHD with deep learning and network analysis using EEG (Deakin led)

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity and or impulsivity. The diagnosis and monitoring of the symptom severity are mostly based on subjective reports, while neuropsychological testing and direct classroom observations are more objective diagnosis methods, but they are time-consuming and expensive. A new cost-effective and accurate diagnosis and symptom monitoring technique is urgently needed.

This project aims to explore whether EEG can provide a quantitative and effective approach for the diagnosis and severity monitoring of ADHD. Additionally, we would like to evaluate whether an integration of advanced signal processing, network analysis and deep learning techniques would improve the diagnosis performance compared with traditional EEG analysis methods.

Deadline : 15 July 2024

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(23) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Electric Drives System of High Speed Permanent Magnet Motor Control

The proposed project aims to address the existing challenges of high speed motor drive system, such as low position detection accuracy, low system stability, and large current harmonics. To achieve that, the project will involve extensive research, including a comprehensive analysis of various inverter/controller topologies and corresponding modulation strategies to determine the most suitable options for the target applications. Additionally, the project will address various motor control strategies to ensure optimal performance by increasing system efficiency and reliability while reducing system complexity.
The importance of this research lies in its potential to enhance the sensorless position detection accuracy, improve system stability, and suppress current harmonics for various applications. This project has the potential to significantly impact multiple industries, making it a critical area of research and development.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(24) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Internal temperature sensing towards advanced thermal management for lithium-ion batteries

The core temperatures of batteries are generally higher, especially at high currents, and this high temperature gradient commonly leads to an inhomogeneous degradation and potential lithium plating, resulting in accelerated deterioration and safety hazards. Here, this project will develop an advanced thermal management system through multi-objective optimization and sensing internal temperatures of batteries. Four specific objectives are:

  • Utilise in-house developed, in-cell implantable thermal sensors to observe internal temperature and gradients, and understand the resulting current inconsistency within batteries.
  • Develop an advanced electro-thermal coupled model to virtually sense internal states (temperatures and currents) of batteries.
  • Investigate battery degradation under different cooling scenarios to relate battery aging behaviours with internal states.
  • Develop a cooling optimisation framework that considers internal states, battery degradation, and cooling energy consumption to optimise the cooling parameters.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(25) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Shaping Modernity?: (Semi)-private Exterior Spaces and the Arts in Late-19th Belgian and Interacting Sites of Creative Exchange

Focusing on these spaces and their functions as sites of creation, self-fashioning, new gender identities and sociality, this study’s key aim is to shed light on why and how the interconnectedness of such spaces made them multifaceted cultural loci for new projections of modernity. Considering the relevance and distinctiveness of the Belgian contexts, this PhD will examine the creation of semi-private exterior spaces, their uses by artists, and their broader significance, including beyond Belgium, as sites of cultural memory and identity-construction.

Focusing on the semi-private artistic sphere – studios, salons and the domestic space – the study will open perspectives on their artistic, material and geo-cultural ecologies as pivotal arenas of artistic innovation and exchange. These were also to loosen perceived boundaries of interior and exterior to shape new sites of modernity, gender and the artistic ‘self’. Indeed, a key ambition of this PhD, is to illuminate such spaces as potent loci for ideas of personal growth, self-expression, redefined constructs of ‘masculinity’, ‘femininity’, and of cultural agency.

This PhD studentship is offered in partnership with KU Leuven. It is expected that the successful applicant will spend 12 months in Belgium.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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(26) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Evaluating Regional Specific Training Stimulus (RSTS) for people with COPD attending pulmonary rehabilitation

This PhD project aims to evaluate the proof of concept and feasibility of an alternative paradigm of exercise training for older adults with COPD, incorporating low-mass, high-repetition training – ‘regional specific training stimulus’ (RSTS) – into existing programmes. Using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, this research has the potential to provide new directions for pulmonary rehabilitation programme design and exercise prescription for people with COPD.

The PhD researcher will work closely with the multi-disciplinary NHS clinical academic pulmonary rehabilitation team. They will have a number of opportunities for professional and personal development through Coventry University and external training, with a focus on the development of clinical academic skills within the areas of rehabilitation, clinical trials, and co-production.

Deadline : 27 May 2024

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Coventry University is a public research university in Coventry, England. The origins of Coventry University can be linked to the founding of the Coventry School of Design in 1843. It was known as Lanchester Polytechnic from 1970 until 1987, and then as Coventry Polytechnic until the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 afforded its university status that year and the name was changed to Coventry University.

Coventry is the larger of the two universities in the city, the other being the University of Warwick. It is the UK’s fastest growing university and the country’s fourth largest overall. It has two principal campuses: one in the centre of Coventry where the majority of its operations are located, and one in Central London which focuses on business and management courses. Coventry also governs their other higher education institutions CU Coventry, CU Scarborough and CU London, all of which market themselves as an “alternative to mainstream higher education”. Its four faculties, which are made up of schools and departments, run around 300 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Across the university there are 11 research centres which specialise in different fields, from agroecology and peace studies to future of transport.

 

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