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Computational Intelligence Group

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Research Grants

Detailed below is a list of selected research projects of Group Members. Smaller projects with a budget lower than £50k are not listed here.

Chee Siang Ang , Artificial Intelligence for the Deaf, €69k, EU Marie Curie Rise, 2019-2023.

Chee Siang Ang,  Large scale deployment and evaluation of Virtual Reality for dementia care, £62k. Funded by Aventa Care Group, 2020-2023.

Dominique Chu, Towards a Physical Theory of Computer Science, £49,181, EPSRC, Jan. 2020 – Dec. 2021

Alex Freitas, Evolutionary Algorithms for Fairness Aware Machine Learning, £198,087, The Leverhulme Trust, Oct. 2020 – Sep. 2023.

Alex Freitas, Data-Driven Discovery of Correlations Between Genes and Ageing-Related Changes, £138,659, The Leverhulme Trust, Feb. 2017 – Feb. 2020

Alex Freitas, Predicting the Volume of Distribution of Drugs and Toxicants with Data Mining, £103,640, EPSRC Discipline Hopping grant, Jan. 2013 – Dec. 2014.

Howard Bowman, Forensic Facial Identification Using the Fringe-P3 Brainwave Response (EEG-FIT), £92,226, Innovate UK with Visionmetric, Feb. 2019 to July 2020

Howard Bowman EPSRC continuation funding of grant (EP/M013375/1) Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) for Face Composites. £82000, March 2020 – August 2020

Palaniappan Ramaswamy, Ian McLoughlin, Howard Bowman, Using Cognitive Responses to Assess and Improve Vehicle Brake Light Designs, £197,236, The Road Safety Trust, 2018 – 2021.

Caroline Li and Samuele Marcora. Brain Endurance Training (RAF), £149,000, Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) funding from the Ministry of Defence (MoD). Start date: 08/09/2019.

Caroline Li and Samuele Marcora. Brain Endurance Training (British Army), £123,000, Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) funding from the Ministry of Defence (MoD). Start date: 08/09/2019.

Caroline Li. Inkjet-printed flexible smart-insoles for gait detection of MSK pain, £49,989, Research and Development Grant, EIRA. Start date: 23/09/2019.

Caroline Li. BET: a citizen science approach, £222,129.72, DASA funding from the Ministry of Defence (MoD). 2018.

Caroline Li, AI for clinical trial (DEFEAT-COVID study), £1361552, 2020-2021,

Caroline Li, Deep Learning on Fused Brain and Heart Signals for Mental Disorder Detection, $97,000, Samsung GRO Award (Samsung Global Research Outreach Award), 2014

Caroline Li, Deep Learning on Fused Brain and Heart Signals for Mental Disorder Detection, $97,000, Samsung GRO Award (Samsung Global Research Outreach Award).

Christos Efstratiou and Palaniappan Ramaswamy, AI-based Assistive & Passive Technology for non-Invasive Elderly care (ADAPTIVE), £500k, Innovate UK with MiCARE, 2020 – 2021.

Christos Efstratiou (PI) and Jim Ang, Integrating Healthcare IoT technologies and Healthcare data analytics to support continuous monitoring of patients with long term health conditions, £187,473, Innovate UK – Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Shearwater Systems Ltd, from 09/04/2018 to 08/09/2021.

Christos Efstratiou and Yong Yan (PI), Developing sensing and modelling technologies for continuous monitoring and control of rubber dams, £188,825, Innovate UK – Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Dyrhoff Ltd, from 1/04/2019 to 31/03/2021.

Christos Efstratiou (PI) and Jim Ang, Epilepsy Networks – Joined Up Thinking for Better Care, £722,049, Innovate UK, from 1/04/2015 to 31/03/2017

Fernando Otero and Dominique Chu, To apply state-of-the-art machine learning techniques to improve the business workflow and data processing, £187,501, Innovate UK with Portafina, May 2020 – April 2022.

Fernando Otero and Matteo Migliavacca, Developing and integrating machine learning models in order to provide a richer user experience for consumers, £217,294, Innovate UK – Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Youtility. June 2019 – December 2021.

Fernando Otero, Christos Efstratiou, Tim Hopthrow, Dominic Abrams, To develop expertise in data-driven interventions backed by psychological principles to turn stalling social plans into plans that happen, £211,606, Innovate UK – Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Yoller Ltd. January 2019 – June 2021.

Peter Rodgers, Scalable Subgraph Isomorphism, £72,654, Ministry of Defence (MoD), from October/2017 to March/2018

Peter Rodgers, Graph Similarity for Data Mining, £59,803, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), from November/2017 to April/2018

Peter Rodgers, Real-Time Schematics, £117,272, Royal Society – Industrial Fellowship, 2010-2013.

Colin Johnson, Alex Freitas and Simon Thompson, Refactoring and Neutrality in Genetic Programming, £307,678, EPSRC, Feb. 2010 – Jan. 2013.