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2018 Intake

Student
PhD topic
Supervised by

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 Trent Barnard

Using machine learning to predict the stability of amorphous drugs
Dr Gabriele Sosso (Chemistry)

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Kendal Foster

Using response times to characterize human behaviour in decision making
Dr Henrik Singmann (formerly of Warwick)

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Richard Fox

Implicitly Building Explicit Models by Autonomous Driving Algorithms in Multi- Agent Reinforcement Learning
Professor Elliot Ludvig (Psychology)

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Callum Jones

Modelling the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus at different spatial scales
Dr Erin Gorsich (Life Sciences) and Professor Mike Tildesley (Maths/Life Sciences)

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Paul Kent

Bayesian Optimisation for Quality Diversity Search
Professor Juergen Branke (Warwick Business School)

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A new approach for quantifying uncertainty in data assimilation
Dr Jeremie Houssineau (Statistics) and Professor Adam Johansen (Statistics)

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Hoai Phuong Le

Bayesian Optimisation for Robust Solutions
Professor Juergen Branke (Warwick Business School)

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Matthew MacPherson

Applications of Generative Adversarial Networks in Medical Imaging
Professor Giovanni Montana (WMG)

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Charlie Pilgrim

Communication in the Attention Economy
Professor Thomas Hills (Psychology)

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Peter Strong

Probabilistic Graphical Modelling of the Dynamics of Social Systems
Professor Jim Smith (Statistics) and Professor Weisi Guo (Cranfield)

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George Watkins

Relational Reinforcement Learning from Raw Images with applications to Robotics
Professor Giovanni Montana (WMG)

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Yuanyi Zhu

Automatic generation of chest x-ray reports using deep learning
Professor Giovanni Montana (WMG) and Professor Maria Liakata (QMUL)

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Stanislav Zhydkov

Mechanism Design and Strategyproofness on Networks
Dr Paolo Turrini (Computer Science)