Integrated Sensing and communications for future vehicuLAr systems - a Network of Doctoral Students


UCL – University College of London

Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, UCL is London’s leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 16,000 staff and 50,000 students from over 150 different countries. UCL offers world-class research facilities and boasts over 40 Nobel Prize winners amongst its alumni. UCL Engineering ranked 4th in the UK-wide research excellence framework (REF2021), with 97% of the academic staff and 100% of impact cases ranked 4*/3*. The project will be hosted in the Institute of Communications and Connected Systems (ICCS), an interdisciplinary institute aimed at next generation connectivity. UCL is committed to collaborative research in wireless communications by, for instance, leading the €4.3M 2018-2022 project PAINLESS funded by the EU, to foster training and research collaborations among EU institutes, and as a member of the industrially led WWRF forum, dedicated to addressing societal challenges through wireless communications.

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