Computer Vision PhD Scholarships open for applications at the London Metropolitan University for home/EU and international applicants for September 2017 intake.

London Metropolitan University, commonly known as London Met, is a public research university in London, it is one of London’s oldest educational Universities. London Metropolitan University is a modern and forward-looking institution. London Metropolitan University is one of the UK’s most diverse universities with students from hundreds of countries.

Scholarships are available for pursuing PhD programme to study the subjects offered at the School of Computing and Digital Media.

Worth of Award

  • University is offering a total of £18,000 research grant to part-sponsor and contribute towards tuition fees of a successful PhD student (MPhil/PhD).
  • £6,000 per year will be paid towards tuition fees for the duration of three years for a full-time student, subject to successful progression.
  • Or £3,000 per year will be paid towards tuition fees for the duration of three years for two part-time students, subject to successful progression.
  • The School of Computing and Digital Media is offering either one full-time or two part-time partial-fee-waiver-only scholarships for the successful applicants.
  • The School of Computing and Digital Media is offering either one full-time or two part-time partial-fee-waiver-only scholarships for the successful applicants.

Eligibility

Home/EU and international applicants are eligible. Applicants should not currently be registered for a postgraduate research degree. Successful applicants should work on the following topics:

  • Existing methods and algorithms in the area of object detection and identification in visual scene
  • Tracking static and moving objects
  • Classification and recognition of static and dynamic objects
  • Pattern recognition of moving objects in video streams
  • Development of software prototype for online video processing using suitable algorithms
  • Home/EU and international applicants can apply for these scholarships.

 

How to Apply

Applicants must email completed form and research proposal via email. The email should be entitled Computer Vision in the subject line.

  • Please write a three-to-five page research proposal with five-to-10 references
  • Download and complete the MPhil/PhD Application Form and MPhil-PhD Referee Form (information about MPhil/PhD fees is available from the MPhil/PhD course page)
  • Consider the Computer Vision Scholarship Guidelines

Deadline: The application deadline is June 30, 2017.

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