The QMEE CDT Project proposal database

Welcome to the QMEE CDT Project proposal database. This is a live list of projects proposals put forward by PIs across the CDT partner institutions

PIs/Supervisors will continue to add projects to this list over the next few months, so do keep checking back! You can search the projects using the box below: simply enter some text and press Search to do a text search across all the database fields. If you want to search more finely, the search tool also allows you to search on particular details of the project descriptions: you will see these finer search options appear if you click on the search box.

Click on the view button next to a project to get the full proposal description. If you want to download project details, either for all projects, or for a subset you have searched for, then click on the 'Download details' button.

16 records found
Contact NameProject BaseProject Title
Simon Potts (FRES)University of ReadingWhat’s driving extinctions in a global biodiversity hotspot? Quantifying impacts of climate change and land-use change on endemic species in the Nilgris, India View
Richard GillImperial College LondonA bee’s eye view: using remote sensing to map pollination cues to support healthy pollinators and crop yields View
Oliver WindramImperial College LondonCognitive Computing in Plant Genomics View
Alejandra PerottiUniversity of ReadingThe transport, fate and decomposition processes of human corpses at sea View
Stuart BlackUniversity of ReadingProvenance, Authenticity & Traceability of UK Honey: Enhancing consumer confidence for a sustainable industry View
Alfried VoglerImperial College LondonDevelopment and commercialisation of DNA-based methods for biomonitoring of freshwater resources View
Julie HawkinsUniversity of ReadingNext Generation Sequencing (NGS) and bioinformatic tools for regulation of medicinal plants View
Mirko KovacImperial College LondonMachine Learning for remote sensor placement with multi-modal aerial robots View
Richard SiblyUniversity of ReadingOcean acidification " scaling from physiology to populations, ecosystems and fisheries " does it really matter? View
Colin PrenticeImperial College LondonTowards next-generation satellite monitoring of terrestrial primary production. View
Cristina Banks-LeiteImperial College LondonRemote sensing to monitor coffee plantation biodiversity. View
Joseph TobiasImperial College LondonRefining biodiversity safeguards for industrial-scale development projects worldwide View
Martin BidartondoImperial College LondonImproving surveillance of fungi for policy View
Alastair CulhamUniversity of ReadingBritish garden plants: a threat to the natural environment due to climate change View
Robbie GirlingUniversity of ReadingEvaluating how plant community composition influences natural enemy biodiversity and pest regulation services in temperate agroforestry systems View
Tim BarracloughImperial College LondonPredicting evolutionary dynamics of crop pathogen communities View