iGGi PhD Projects 2022
This page displays industry-proposed PhD projects to start September 2022.
The deadline for applications is Monday 13 June, 12:00 noon BST. We strongly suggest that potential applicants contact the supervisor(s) of their chosen project to develop a proposal as soon as possible (see below).
The positions are fully funded and full-time for four years starting September 2022 (PhD fees plus a tax-free stipend to cover living costs).
The PhD researchers will be based at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) .
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence (iGGi) is the world's largest PhD programme aimed at games research, with over 70 current iGGi PhD researchers. iGGi covers a wide range of scientific and creative disciplines, encouraging team work and team play. iGGi researchers work closely with the games industry.
To apply please follow the instructions on our Apply page https://iggi.org.uk/apply
These two projects have been proposed by our partner Creative Assembly, one of the UK’s largest games studios which has been established for 34 years and is the author of the Total War games series. If you are interested in one of the projects and would like further details and/or to discuss, please contact the respective project supervisor(s) via the email address given in the project description. Your proposal should be developed via (email) discussion with the prospective supervisor(s). Please also make sure that the proposal you submit sits within iGGi's scope.
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High Precision Battle Simulation for Strategy Games
The goal of this project is to investigate how to build a model for a precise and fast battle simulator from past played battles, which can be used to provide insights and more personalized predictions based on the player’s play style and army composition.
Simon Lucas, Diego Pérez-Liébana