If you aspire to develop yourself and do high-quality research as a PhD, you are in the right place! My PhDs receive comprehensive training and research support through regular one-to-one meetings. My research team has a supportive culture with team members from all over the world, which provides support and collaboration opportunities to each other. These have facilitated my PhDs to publish their research in prestige journals such as IEEE TIP, IEEE TVCG and IEEE TMM.
Many of my graduated PhDs have developed a successful career. Dr Shanfeng Hu became a Lecturer at Northumbria University, Dr Naoya Iwamoto became a Senior Researcher at Huawei Japan (see the video about his work), Dr Pierre Plantard built his own start-up company with his PhD project, and Dr Jie Li who become a Lecturer at Teesside University.
I consider PhD applicants who:
If you are a PhD student wishing to learn new things and develop a new network, you may consider to be a visiting/internship student. This kind of visits typically lasts for a few months to a year. You will receive training and support the same way as my PhD students. Generally, I will work with you to decide a research project that we can complete within the timescale and submit to a conference or a journal.
My past visiting and internship students come from different places in the world. Qianhui Men came from Hong Kong and published an IEEE TCSVT paper on human motion modelling during the visit. Hindol Bhattacharya came from India and published a paper on emotion detection.
I consider applicants who:
Many universities provide short-term internship funding - a good way to begin the process is to explore your own university on any internship program that can support you working at Durham University. You may also self-fund your visit. The living cost at Durham is affordable, and Durham University may wave the bench fees/administration fees for outstanding applicants.
If you are an academic or a researcher who wishes to develop your potential further, you may work with me as an academic visitor. I can draw up a flexible plan to facilitate academic visits based on your visiting purpose and duration. The target of the visit is flexible and its duration can vary from a few months to a year. During your visit at Durham University, you can research with my team and expand your professional network in the UK. You may also attend Durham's research seminars to expand your knowledge.
My past academic visitors have achieved a lot. Dr Yuan Hu had a PhD in transportation. He picked up advanced machine learning knowledge for developing self-driving vehicles and published his research in IET ITS. Shoujiang Xu, a Lecturer in China having his sabbatical, began his research in artificial intelligence and published a journal paper.
Last updated on 01 July 2022, RSS Feeds