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University Defence Research Collaboration in Signal Processing

University Defence Research Collaboration in Signal Processing, Phase 3 Application Themes: “Imaging and Detection through Complex Media” and “Electromagnetic Environment”

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University Defence Research Collaboration in Signal Processing

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Phase 3 Application Theme in Electromagnetic Environment

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Technical challenges

These calls are part of the third phase of EPSRC and MOD’s University Defence Research Collaboration (UDRC) in Signal Processing. The aim is to fund one or two grants of up to £1 million and 3 years duration (depending on size) in each of two areas of signal processing of defence relevance:

  • “Imaging and detection through complex media”
  • “Electromagnetic environment”

The linked documents contain unclassified examples of challenges that the research solicited in the call documents may seek to address. The lists are non-exhaustive and not specific, but the statements provide tangible motivating examples of problems for which MOD is seeking solutions. It is not necessary to address all of the Technical Challenges in responding to either call, and other relevant problems may be presented during the course of the awards. More information, including how to apply, is available through the EPSRC portal (https://epsrc.ukri.org/funding/calls/)

Closing date: 16:00 on 4 September 2018

Funding Available: Up to £1 million is available for each theme for one or two grants in each theme area (depending on size).

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Published 9 July 2018
Last updated 18 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Text amended to included two techniical challenge requests.
  2. First published.