University of Sheffield
Automatic Control Systems and Engineering
The principal research degrees are Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD); students who want to study for a PhD, are normally registered for a MPhil initially, with their registration being upgraded to PhD after 1 year, assuming progress has been satisfactory.
Good Master's degree, or a 1st Class Honours degree or equivalent, from an approved institution in an appropriate engineering or science subject; applicants with other qualifications or experience are considered.
Students concentrate on a single substantial thesis within 1 of the core research areas: Intelligent systems and control: intelligent systems modelling and control systems design; evolutionary computing; optimisation and decision support; intelligent fault handling; neural fuzzy systems; machine learning; learning control; nonlinear systems: signal processing and control; nonlinear systems (modelling; identification; analysis and design); signal processing and complex systems; space systems data modelling and instrumentation; adaptive signal processing; nonlinear control systems design.
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Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering
0114 222 5250