The University of Liverpool Doctoral Network in Technologies for Healthy Ageing is training the next generation of physical scientists and engineers to develop novel technologies and devices to address the challenges faced by older people and our clinical colleagues who work with them.
It is structured around three healthy ageing challenges:
- Prolonging independence
- Maintaining wellness
- Accelerating recovery.
All students will undertake a specific training programme in conjunction with their research project. A range of training modules have been designed to provide the student cohort with the high levels of scientific knowledge and engineering expertise needed for research and development of devices and technologies appropriate for the Healthy Ageing agenda. Through this approach our students will learn skills that will provide them with a unique advantage to develop technologies appropriate for this community and significantly enhance their employability in this emerging field.
Learning Enabled Human Activity Recognition and Tracking for Healthcare (Deadline 1 November 2021)
Remote Gait Evaluation for People with Parkinson’s Disease (Deadline 15 November 2021)
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