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Technology

  • Franziska Schrodt

    Diversity - ecosystem functioning relationships; plant functioning traits, plant ecology; remote sensing (e.g from satellites) use for conservation and global change studies; use of vegetation models to study global change; Essential Biodiversity VariablesChanges in plant distribution and function with climate change; change in the functioning of ecosystems with environmental change; prospects of using new technology (e.g. in remote sensing or mathematical models and 'Big data' in ecology) to study ecosystem change with climate change.
    +44 (0)115 84 66071
    Science Technology World climate change biodiversity
  • Dr Alastair Campbell Ritchie

    My primary research is in tissue engineering of tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissues. I also research physiological responses to mental and physical demands in workplaces. Artificial lung, artificial kidney, blood contacting biomaterials and extracorporeal circulation - teaching expertise and current member of the UK ISO TC 150 Implants for Surgery Standards committee. I am a member of the European Society for Artificial Organs' working group - education.
    0115 951 3812
  • Professor Tony Pridmore

    Plant phenotyping, biological image analysis, computer vision.
    +44 (0) 115 84 66510
    Future Food Science Technology plant science computer science 3d imaging CT scanning Image analysis 3D reconstruction visual tracking phenotyping micro-computed tomography Crops Plant phenotyping biological image analysis Computer Vision
  • Dr Byungchul Choi

    As an innovation expert, Dr Choi's research focuses on understanding how firms create value through Management of Technology (MOT). More specifically, on the decision making mechanisms and management systems to achieve successful technological innovation.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 0996
    Business and economy Technology World business Management technology China
  • Dr Annie Yi RUAN

    Innovation strategy; Management of Technology; Entrepreneurship; Technology Commercialisation and Transfer
    +86 574 8818 0000 8550
    Business and economy Technology World innovation technology entrenpreneurship China
  • Dr Denis Schluppeck

    brain, neuroscience, brain imaging, functional magnetic resonance imaging, visual illusions, sensory illusions, public engagement in science
    +44 (0) 115 8468580
    Education Health and Medicine Science Technology brain neuroscience Brain Imaging Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging visual illusions Sensory Illusions public engagement in science
  • Dr Nicola Pitchford

    mobile technologies, child development, basic skills, literacy, numeracy, primary school education, childhood cancer, preterm birth, childhood stroke, childhood deprivation, poverty, tablet technology, assisted learning, education, Malawi, South Africa, Brazil, childhood brain tumours
    +44 (0) 115 9515287
    Arts and Culture Children Education Health and Medicine Politics Science Technology World mobile technologies Child development basic skills Literacy numeracy primary school education childhood cancer preterm birth childhood stroke childhood deprivation poverty tablet technology assisted learning education Malawi South Africa Brazil childhood brain tumours
  • Dr Eugene Ch'ng

    Virtual reality, virtual environments, digital heritage, digital interfaces, rich representations of physical contents. Big data, social media, social networks, collective behaviours of online communities.
    00 86 (0) 574-88183049
    Arts and Culture Education History Science Technology virtual reality virtual environments Digital heritage digital interfaces rich representations of physical contents big data social media Social Networks collective behaviour online communities
  • Dr Laura Carletti

    Digital culture and heritage, participatory practices and heritage, digital learning, blended learning, citizen humanities, community archiving, crowdsourcing, communities of practice.
    +44 (0) 115 8232557
    Arts and Culture Education History Science Technology digital Culture heritage participatory practices digital learning blended learning citizen humanities humanities community archiving archiving crowdsourcing communities of practice
  • Elvira Perez Vallejos

    Dr Elvira Perez is a senior research fellow in the Horizon Digital Economy Research Group. Her expertise lies in Citizen-centric approaches to Social Media analysis, participatory research, cyber security, research ethics, children and older adult involvement in research. Mental health and wellbeing. Digital humanism.
    +44 (0) 115 7484022
    Children Health and Medicine Science Technology War and security social media Cyber Security research ethics ethics children Adults mental health wellbeing humanism digital digital humanism
  • Mark Idelson

    Comparative Sino-Western thinking; effective cross-cultural experential learning; technology, society, economy and culture's interplay applicable to situations where negotiations, mergers, alliances develop between parties with diverse perspectives
    +8615657883023
    Business and economy Technology World technology entrenpreneurship Mathematics Financial services software engineering
  • Professor Derek McAuley

    Ubiquitous computing. Computer architecture. Networking. Distributed systems and operating systems. Interdisciplinary issues of ethics, identity, privacy, information policy, legislation and economics within a digital society. The risks of naive adoption of technology.
    0115 823 2553
    Science Technology Computer architecture networking operating systems Information policy
  • Dr Tom Cox

    Amusement Rides. Rollercoasters. Electromagnetic Launch. MAGLEV. Electrical Machines. Electric Motors.
    Engineering Technology Amusement rides rollercoasters electrical machines Electric motors Engineering
  • Dr Julie Greensmith

    Computer security and protection.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7663
    Science Technology Computer Science Security protection
  • Professor Steve Benford

    Mixed reality. Virtual reality. Augmented reality. Groupware. Digital art and performance
    +44 (0) 115 951 4203 , +44 (0) 115 943 1628
    Science Technology Computer Science mixed reality virtual augmented reality Groupware digital art performance
  • Professor David Brailsford

    Digital documents. Electronic publishing. Document metadata. XML and PDF technologies. Compression techniques for bitmapped documents.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4205
    Science Technology Computer Science digital documents Electronic publishing metadata PDF Bitmapped
  • Dr Thorsten Altenkirch

    Logic in computer science. Logical rules that can be used to reason about software systems and computer programs. Prorgramming language Epigram, which enables programmers to express properties of programs. Quantum programming.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6516
    Technology Computer Science software systems Programs programming Quantum Programming
  • Dr Ansgar Koene

    Developing and promoting ethical methods for social media and internet-based research. Critical evaluation of internet-based research practices, digital rights policies and privacy.
    +44 (0) 7972 197518
    Technology Computer Science Internet social media Research Evaluation digital Privacy policy ethics
  • Professor Uwe Aickelin

    Computer security, artificial intelligence, optimisation, artificial immune systems.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4215
    Technology Computer Science Security artificial intelligence optimsation artificial immune system
  • Professor Estelle Derclaye

    Copyright law relating to the protection of works (literary, artistic, musical, dramatic, computer programs, databases, sound recordings, films, technological protection measures), performances and their copyright holders' economic and moral interests. Fair use of works by the public. Use of works on the Internet. Designs (works of applied art). Trade mark law (distinctive signs). Patent law (inventions). Prevention of piracy and counterfeiting. Expertise in UK, European and international aspects of these laws.
    +44 (0)115 951 5735
    Arts and Culture Law Technology World Copyright Law Internet trade mark patents Piracy Counterfeiting
  • Dr Gabriele Neher

    Northern Italian Renaissance painting, especially in Venice, Brescia, Moretto and Romanino. The Italian courts in the Renaissance. Renaissance women. Altar pieces 1500-1600. Caravaggio. Tudor and Elizabethan courts; prodigy houses, especially Hardwick, Wollaton and Burghley. Also Thoresby Hall and Estate. The use of social media for teaching and peer mentoring.
    + 44 (0)115 9513184, +44 (0)115 942 1507
    Arts and Culture Education Technology Art Italy renaissance painting Venice Brescia Moretto Romanino women Altar pieces Caravaggio Tudor Elizabethan Hardwick Hall wollaton hall Burghley Thoresby Estate social media Mentoring Peer mentoring
  • Professor Simon Mosey

    Technology-based entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education; managing the commercial exploitation of science and technology within higher education; the development of technology-based innovations within networks.
    +44 (0)115 951 3763
    Business and economy Education Science Technology technology Entrepreneurship education Science higher education innovation
  • Professor Gill Stephens

    Industrial Biotechnology: the use of cells and enzymes to manufacture chemicals from sustainable resources. Clean, bio-based manufacturing processes for "every-day" chemical products using waste materials (e.g. food waste, agricultural by-products, waste plastic and carbon dioxide). New biocatalysts, using tools from synthetic biology. Innovative bioprocesses, by adopting clean processing techniques from chemicals manufacturing and using them in biological culture systems and enzyme-based processes.
    +44 (0)115 951 4002/07880 092709
    Engineering Technology biotechnology Environment Clean Chemical Processing sustainable manufacturing enzymes Manufacturing waste
  • Professor Patrick Wheeler

    Power electronics. Electrical motor drives. More electric aircraft technology.
    07963 290871
    Technology Aircraft motor electronics Electrical Engineering
  • Professor Andrew Leyshon

    Geographies of money and finance, especially financial exclusion such as bank branch closure, financial literacy and alternative financial institutions such as Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS). Geographies of the music industry, especially the impact of 'software formats' such as MP3, internet distribution systems and peer-to-peer networks. Geographies of e-commerce.
    +44 (0)115 8466147/07944 686843
    Arts and Culture Business and economy Technology Geography money finance bank branch closure Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS) music software MP3 Internet peer-to-peer networks e-commerce

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