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PhD studentship (4 years funded): Socially Responsible Norm Emergence

The project will use agent-based modelling to develop mechanisms for norm emergence and behaviour change, to encourage desirable behaviours (e.g. using active travel instead of driving). Typically, norm emergence is facilitated through incentivisation mechanisms in the form of recommendations, rewards, or punishments. This project will consider the social effects of such interventions, along with issues of transparency, trust and fairness.

Candidates should have a computer science or related scientific background, strong analytical skills, and experience of programming (or an aptitude for programming).

For details contact Prof. Nathan Griffiths -

Wed 27 June 2018, 12:04

PhD Studentship in Computer Science (High Performance Computing)

The High Performance and Scientific Computing Research group at the Department of Computer Science has a 3.5 year, fully funded (Home/EU fees + stipend) PhD studentship available for the academic year starting Oct 2018. The initial objective of the project is to research and develop OP2 to generate parallel code utilising the upcoming OpenMP4.5/5.0 extensions for programming GPU systems. The Department of Computer Science is now seeking expressions of interest from excellent Home/EU candidates to pursue a PhD in this area at the University of Warwick.

Please click through for further details.

Thu 12 April 2018, 10:22

The Feuer International Scholarship in AI

The Feuer International Scholarships in AI are prestigious and highly competitive. Funded by successful Warwick alumnus Jonathan Feuer, they were established to create a group of extremely talented, academically brilliant, world-leading young researchers who will go on to have careers in the field of AI.

Two full scholarships are available for October 2018 entry. Further scholarships will be available for entry in October 2019 and 2020. The deadline for initial expressions of interest for 2018 entry is 18 May 2018.


Thu 29 March 2018, 14:32

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