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Our staff are nationally and internationally renowned in a variety of areas within telecommunications and robotics.

The Centre for Telecommunications Research (CTR) provides opportunities for telecommunications research with a particular emphasis on mobile and personal communication techniques and networks. The mission of the Centre is to be a global leader in telecommunications and data and information processing. It is at the forefront of research and innovation in 5G, wired and converged networks, the next-generation fully-immersive Internet of Skills, artificial intelligence applied to and taking data from networks, signal processing and data science, advanced RF and audio technologies, as well as the economical and policy implications of these technologies.

The Centre for Robotics Research has an international reputation in the field of robotics, mechanisms, kinematics, and their applications to medical science and production. Staff are reputed nationally and internationally in kinematics, robotics and mechatronics, and collaborate closely with the King's College London health schools (including St Thomas’ and Guy’s Hospitals) and numerous industrial partners. The Centre is renowned for its multidisciplinary research at the interfaces between robotics, computer science and biomedical engineering.

Duration PhD: three years full-time, four to six years part-time.

MPhil/PhD Robotics Research at King's College London.

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Duration PhD - three years full-time, four-six years part-time.

MPhil/PhD Telecommunications Research at King's College London.

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