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Bournemouth University Faculty of Science & Technology
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If you have ambitions of being a Chartered Engineer (CEng) then this course will provide you with the ideal start. It is accredited by the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. Read more
If you have ambitions of being a Chartered Engineer (CEng) then this course will provide you with the ideal start. It is accredited by the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. Graduates holding professional status and accredited degrees are highly valued by employers in the UK and internationally.

This course has been designed to suit those in work as well as full-time students, with units taught intensively (normally over 4.5 days) to enable effective, practical learning and minimise time away from the workplace. Dates for the units in the current academic year are given below as an example. Assessment normally takes place five to six weeks after the delivery of the unit.

During the course you'll apply mathematical and computer-based models for solving problems in engineering design. The nature of this course is business driven and you will apply your knowledge to specific design problems. The research undertaken as part of the Individual Master's Project will give you an opportunity to explore your particular area of interest in greater depth.

If you choose to take this degree on a part-time basis, it will take two years to reach Master's level and you will then have a further six-month project to undertake.

Core units:
Design Simulation
Business Innovation & Enterprise
Structural Integrity
Group Project
Materials Failure & Prevention
Research Methods
Individual Master's Project

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Bournemouth University Faculty of Science & Technology
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This course will prepare you for the creative industries, to become strategic with your visionary approach, capable of formulating inspired, creative designs based upon sound design strategy and research methodology. Read more
This course will prepare you for the creative industries, to become strategic with your visionary approach, capable of formulating inspired, creative designs based upon sound design strategy and research methodology. You'll be able to lead the creative design direction with flair and precision, to provide successful designs through discerning analysis and synthesis of human needs and design form. You may have come from, or have a wish to enter, a broad and diverse range of creative design industries: from graphics and packaging to product, exhibition and furniture, or to transport and spatial design.

Core units:
Design Aesthetics
Design Interaction
Business Innovation & Enterprise
Design Management
Materials Optimisation for Sustainability
Research Methods
Individual Master's Project

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Bournemouth University Faculty of Science & Technology
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Cyberspace is a vast, complex and still evolving community that presents enterprise, industry and governments with on-going security management challenges, as it grows on an exponential scale. Read more
Cyberspace is a vast, complex and still evolving community that presents enterprise, industry and governments with on-going security management challenges, as it grows on an exponential scale.

Bournemouth University’s MSc in Cyber Security & Human Factors has been developed in response to the needs of the computing and security sectors worldwide. Graduates from this course will be equipped with technical know-how to protect and prevent, and the ability to assess risk and manage incidents.

On this course, you'll gain an understanding of cyber security by investigating threat, vulnerabilities and impact risk, the contagion of fear, uncertainty and doubt, managing human factors in security, trust management and information assurance.

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Bournemouth University Faculty of Science & Technology
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Biomedical signals provide useful metrics in a wide range of health care scenarios. However, these signals are often affected by noise and require extensive signal processing to extract useful clinical diagnostic metrics. Read more
Biomedical signals provide useful metrics in a wide range of health care scenarios. However, these signals are often affected by noise and require extensive signal processing to extract useful clinical diagnostic metrics. Current signal processing techniques are either fixed by design or adaptive to variations known a priori. However, because of normal physiological variation, the characteristics of these signals are often non-stationary and more robust adaptive signal processing techniques are required to track many types of biomedical signals. As a clinical example, complications of the diabetic foot result in 20 lower limb amputations per day in the UK. The problem is exacerbated by the vascular and neurological damage that occurs in the diabetic foot, and the consequent loss of feeling results in trauma being unnoticed. Previous work by the principal investigator has demonstrated the efficacy of detecting the pre-cursors of ulceration through non-invasive measurement of blood flow using optical and ultrasonic techniques. However, extensive signal processing is required to convert the signals into a clinically interpretable form and lengthy analysis and clinical expertise was required to make the clinical diagnosis. If clinical diagnostics can be made to operate reliably in real-time preventative measures could be taken before ulceration occurs.

Recent advances in machine learning offer potential for artificially intelligent adaptive signal processing algorithms to track time varying biomedical signals and provide real-time detection of physiological abnormalities in at risk patients. This will allow for more rapid detection of physiological abnormalities allowing preventative measures to be applied early reducing the risk of more serious complications.

How to apply: Applications are made via our website using the Apply Online button below. If you have an enquiry about this project please contact us via the Email NOW button below, however your application will only be processed once you have submitted an application form as opposed to emailing your CV to us. Application deadline: 24 July 2017.

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Bournemouth University Faculty of Science & Technology
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With the maturity of 3D acquisition technologies in recent years, the method of building virtual environments has been extended from the use of high-end laser scanners to commodity sensors. Read more
With the maturity of 3D acquisition technologies in recent years, the method of building virtual environments has been extended from the use of high-end laser scanners to commodity sensors. The availability of complex 3D data sets has accelerated the need for realistic virtual environments that encompass environmental information of multimodality that is beyond the visual representation.

This project will investigate acoustic sampling and synthesising techniques and algorithms, and explore a range of approaches and evaluation strategies for acoustics within the context of virtual environments.

Specifically a large set of challenges arises in this domain when considering a point set. Rendering of light paths in point clouds is currently approximated with surfels, this project will aim to solve the inherent problem of this approach when considering the broadband nature of the frequency content of sound in combination with the approaches for light path propagation.

The aim of this project is to interrogate this challenging area and synergise a range of solutions to the issue of psychoacoustics and interactive acoustic spatialisation in virtual environments. At each stage, human factor approaches may be required to evaluate the efficacy of the approaches developed.
How to apply: Applications are made via our website using the Apply Online button below. If you have an enquiry about this project please contact us via the Email NOW button below, however your application will only be processed once you have submitted an application form as opposed to emailing your CV to us. Application deadline: 24 July 2017.

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