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Please read the Applicant Guidance for UK Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 2019 for full details. Applicants are advised to refer to the Guidance when completing applications online in the Academy's Grants Management System. 

Applicant Guidance for UK Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 2019

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UK IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship topic list 2019 (544.31 KB)

Research Topics 2019 No.
Optimisation of the scalable partitioning of complex network graphs for processing 1
Effective markers for the detection of synthesised hazardous materials in waste products 2
Use of artificial intelligence to validate data and to automate correction of poor-quality data 3
Application of sensing networks for situational awareness and early detection of threats 4
Research into improved methods for trapped-ion magnetometer sensors, detection and reporting 5
Opportunities and risks in the application of machine and deep learning to security screening 6
Controllable and quantifiable methods for real-time explosive vapor generation 7
Modelling the effects of mechanical stress for batteries in wearable applications 8
Pathogen roles in complex diseases and unattributable infections, diagnosis and mitigation 9
Ultra-narrowband transceiver design for long range low power and low-profile communications 10
Characterization of physics and approximations in urban weather and atmospheric dispersion models 11
Mathematical intuition in neural discovery and understanding (MINDU) 12
Construction and evaluation of a compressive imaging system from a single indium gallium arsenide photo sensor 13
Quantum and optical sensors 14
Detecting needles in haystacks – how can quantum sensors help improve security screening 15

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