• Dr Natalie Hodgson

    Natalie is available to speak about the law and processes of the International Criminal Court, as well as issues of international criminal law more broadly.
    Equality Law Migration Politics Sociology World international Criminal court asylum Rwanda offshore processing
  • Jamie Thomas

    Jamie's focus is on public procurement law and policy, with a particular expertise and interest in "horizontal policy", that is, the use of public procurement regulation to drive other public policy goals. Specific areas of horizontal policy interest include the interaction between Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and public procurement, sustainable development or "social value" in public procurement, and in the development of devolved public procurement policy in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
    Business and economy Law Public policy Law Procurement scotland Wales Northern Ireland horizontal policy
  • Dr Katarina Schwarz

    Dr Katarina Schwarz is an Associate Professor in Antislavery Law and Policy in the School of Law and Associate Director of the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham. Her research explores the intersections between slavery and the law, from the historical to the contemporary. Schwarz works at the interface of research and policy to deliver evidence-based guidance for contemporary antislavery action. Her Rights Lab research interrogates the law and policy frameworks operating at the global, regional, and domestic level to determine the elements of effective antislavery governance and map trends, successes, and failures.
    History Law Politics Rights Lab Trade modern slavery human trafficking forced labour forced marriage International Law human rights reparations transatlantic slave trade historical injustice
  • Mariana Almeida Kato

    Mariana expertise surrounds French Constitutional Law, mainly focused on French Constitutional Council, Separation of Powers, Governmental Powers, and Presidential Powers; Brazilian Constitutional Law, mainly focused on Brazilian Supreme Courts, Separation of Powers and Democracy; United States Supreme Court, mainly focused on ethics, transparency, appointment of judges; Courts and social media communications, ethics, transparency, public participation.
    Communications Law World France Brazil constitutional law constitution Government supreme courts separation of powers democracy United States ethics social media communication
  • Rachel Saunders

    Rachel has expertise in human rights, transgender legal issues in the UK, and women's legal issues more broadly. She has also actively been campaigning for LGBTQI+ rights since 2000.
    Equality Gender Law Sociology transgender rights human rights Law Rights Equality Gender sexuality women LGBT LGBTQ transgender
  • Dr Sarah White

    Dr White's research interests combine law, history, and religion, particularly the historical development of English ecclesiastical law, Common Law, and the courts of equity in the medieval period. Broadly, her research looks at the intersection of law and religion through the works of the canon (ecclesiastical) lawyers of twelfth- and thirteenth-century England.
    Cultures History Law Religion Religion church Law equity Medieval state litigation
  • Dr Matthew Windsor

    Dr Windsor can comment on and has expertise in constitutional Law, with a particular emphasis on the role and responsibilities of the civil service and government lawyers (Whitehall).
    07743 193252
    Business and economy International Relations Law Politics War and security World Law constitution constitutional law Civil Service Government foreign office
  • 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 Artifical Intelligence AI
  • Diego García Rodríguez

    Diego's area of expertise spans across the Sociology of Religion (Examining the role of religion in shaping individual identities and experiences, particularly within LGBTIQ+ communities); lived experiences of LGBTIQ+ individuals, paying particular attention to intersecting factors such as gender, sexuality, race, and religion; Refugee and Asylum Studies, including the experiences of LGBTIQ+ refugees and asylum seekers, including the challenges they encounter in accessing protection, rights, and support services.
    Children Cultures Equality Gender Geography Politics Religion Sociology sociology Religion LGBTIQ+ Community Gender sexuality race refugee asylum seekers Support protection
  • Dr Gary Winship

    Currently, Professor Winship is Course Leader MA Trauma Informed Practice, and Chair of School of Education Ethics Committee. Research focus and expertise: Addictions, Fire Setting and Arson, Psychosis, Violence and Suicide.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5798
    Crime Education Psychology psychotherapy Counselling Self harm suicide substance abuse drugs drugs and alcohol gangs bullying knife crime mental disorder mental trauma arson therapy personality disorder Human Relations mental health
  • Dr Hannah Wilkinson

    Dr Wilkinson's research explores the areas of war, state violence and social harm. Her expertise include theories and experiences of war, along with the mechanics of atrocity and genocide.
    Crime Cultures Equality International Relations Politics Security Sociology War and security War state violence social harm genocide crimes criminal law human rights terror Terrorism Criminology politics policing
  • Professor Sarah Dauncey

    China specialist with 30 years, experience visiting/studying China. Research focuses on the development of new ways of understanding disability in non-Western contexts.
    Arts and Culture China Education Gender History Sociology World Culture history imperial china clothing Fashion Gender disbility Identity rights in china film Literature IAPS identity politics disability and welfare Gender and Sexuality pre-modern and modern Chinese society and culture literature and life writing; late-imperial women's culture and fashion teaching Chinese as a foreign language distance learning Hong Kong Taiwan
  • Jason Klocek

    Jason's expertise investigates the causes, characteristics, and consequences of religious violence and repression, as well as the role of religion in peacebuilding.
    American Politics Crime Equality International Relations Politics Religion Security War and security World Religion religious violence peace Peacebuilding repression radicalization Terrorism rebellion Government regulation
  • Professor Pru Hobson-West

    Vaccination; animal research; controversies in medicine; human-animal relations; human-animal bond; pets
    Animals Children Health and Medicine Science children vaccination animals ethics pets Research companion animals veterinary medicine Science
  • Prof Aoife Nolan

    Aoife Nolan is an internationally recognised expert in human rights law, with a particular focus on children's rights, climate justice, the connection between human rights and decent living standards (e.g., poverty, housing, social security and education) and the role of law and lawyers in bringing about social and legal change.
    Children Education Environment Equality Geography Law Politics Sociology World child rights Law climate justice Austerity poverty human rights housing rights United Nations Future generations education Security
  • Dr Lorna Treanor

    Lorna has a strong commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and she possesses expertise in inclusive entrepreneurship and innovation.
    Business and economy Education Equality Gender Equality Diversity Inclusion business Entrepreneurship Gender women Ethnic minority finance
  • Professor Jonathan Farrington

    Professor Farrington's professional background allows him to discuss matters relating to Corporate Finance, International Business, Strategy, Corporate Governance, UK Banking, Start-Ups, and Private Equity.
    Business and economy Mathematics Trade World corporate finance business international strategy Banking start-ups Private equity
  • Dr Christopher Pich

    Dr Christopher Pich's topic area focuses on political marketing, political branding and voter engagement.
    0115 846 6687
    American Politics Brexit Business and economy Communications Gender Geography International Relations Law Politics Sociology War and security World political brands political marketing communications elections uk international local voter engagement voter behaviour Polls referendum politics Parties Labour conservative
  • Dr Vengadeshvaran Sarma

    Development, impact evaluation, and policy research. Current research focuses on Entrepreneurs with disabilities, Social entrepreneurship, Anti-slavery practices in global supply chains, Charitable giving and donor behaviour, Sustainable development and land acquisition, Education reforms. The current geographic focus is primarily on Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Laos), and South Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh).
    Business and economy Education Migration agriculture Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Sustainable development goals anti-slavery sustainable development education disabilities migration
  • Dr Christopher Phelps

    American political history and elections. Labour relations and strikes, American and global. American intellectual and cultural history, including pragmatism and other currents of philosophy. Socialism, communism, Marxism, anarchism and radicalism and related movements worldwide. Twentieth-century American history, including the Great Depression and the 1960s. Race, racism and African-American history and thought, including the civil rights movement.
    +44 (0)115 9514211/+44 (0)1636 816045
    American Politics History Politics World America politics elections Labour relations strike action USA Culture philosophy Socialism Communism Marxism Anarchism Radicalism history Racism african-american civil rights race
  • Dr Lauran Doak

    Lauran has expertise in, and can comment on, learning disability, autism, special schools, special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND).
    Children Education Equality Sociology education disabilities SEND Special Needs school policy education policy special schools
  • Jack Bobo

    Environment Food Global food systems
  • Dr William Daniel

    William Daniel is an expert in European political parties, legislatures, elections.
    American Politics Brexit International Relations Politics Sociology World politics us European LGBTQ Gender representation society European Union electoral systems elections Politicians
  • Dr Luis Torres

    Impact of the international hard/soft regulation framework on corporate responsibility strategies, the development of models for corporate social performance and sustainability reporting, and the implications of the international human rights framework for Chinese businesses.
    +86 74 8818 8706
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Gender Law corporate social responsibility human rights China Belt and Road Initiative
  • Prof Kimberley Edwards

    Relationship between obesity and the environment including access to facilities, urbanisation, social capital, deprivation and neighbourhood safety. Relationship between obesity and behavioural aspects including physical activity levels. sedentary behaviour, diet. Obesity and the relationship between physical activity and access to green spaces. Mathematical modelling of obesity and other health data.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1109
    Health and Medicine Sport Obesity Environment health urbanisation exercise Behaviour diet
  • Dr Klara Polackova Van der Ploeg

    International law; International courts and tribunals; International dispute settlement; United Nations (UN); UN Security Council; International peace and security; International investment law and investment arbitration; Business and human rights
    Equality International Relations Law Politics Security War and security World international Law court tribunal justice Security United Nations peace investment human rights Equality business
  • Dr Patricio Sanchez-Campos

    Dr Sanchez-Campos specialises in the influence of language on society and the way social power abuse and inequalities are reproduced and/or resisted by text and talk.
    Business and economy Communications Cultures Equality Politics Sociology Trade World Media Language higher education social inequality inequality marketing business consumer Consumerism market
  • Dr Tengwen Long

    Dr Long's research interests primarily revolve around environmental change and human-environment interactions over different timescales.
    Archaeology Belt and Road Initiative Environment History Science agriculture Sustainable development goals Water
  • Dr Dan Lomas

    Dan Lomas is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, and previously a Senior Lecturer in Intelligence & Security, where he taught on intelligence assessment and policymaking.
    Communications International Relations Politics Security War and security intelligence Security policy politics international vetting spies
  • Victor Kattan

    Victor Kattan is an expert in international law (especially laws of war, territorial disputes) with special knowledge of the longstanding Israel-Palestine dispute.
    Crime International Relations Law War and security World International Law arab-israeli dispute International Criminal Court international court of justice laws of war laws of territorial disputes israel-palestine Decolonisation apartheid Palestine
  • Professor Kay Fuller

    Representation of women in educational leadership - #WomenEd
    +44 (0)115 951 4510
    Education education women leadership Gender teaching schools
  • Professor Kevin Browne

    Forensic and family psychology, child homicide, domestic homicide and family violence.Psychological assessment of violent and sexual offenders and their victims, online sexual offences.Assessment of parents and their children - child abuse & neglect, failure to protect, missing children, trafficking. Risk for antisocial and violent criminal behaviour in children, teenagers and adults.Knife crime.Potential for violent and sexual offending and/or re-offending in the family and the community.Consequences and developmental effects of children growing up in care, and/or in violent families.Effects of being a victim/witness of physical, emotional or sexual abuse as a child, intimate partner or elder relative.Effects of media violence on children and teenagers.
    Children Crime Health and Medicine Psychology Forensic Psychology family psychology child homicide family violence sexual offenders violent offenders child abuse knife crime child neglect antisocial behaviour criminal behaviour media violence
  • Aditi Borkar

    I could provide insights and perspectives on a range of topics related to RNA viruses and the pharmaceutical industry, and in helping to communicate complex scientific concepts to the general public. These include, 1. The latest developments and breakthroughs in RNA-targeting therapeutics 2. The challenges and opportunities in designing effective treatments for viral infections 3. The role of structural biology in developing new therapeutics for RNA viruses 4. The impact of cutting-edge biophysical methods, such as Cryo-EM, NMR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, MD simulations, and Mass Spectroscopy, in advancing research on RNA viruses 5. The importance of collaboration and communication between diverse groups of professionals in the pharmaceutical industry and academia in tackling health security challenges 6. The ethical considerations of developing and testing RNA-targeting therapeutics 7. The potential for RNA-targeting therapeutics in addressing other health challenges beyond viral infections 8. The need for public awareness and education on RNA viruses and their potential impact on global health.
    Health and Medicine Veterinary RNA RNA virus Pharmaceuticals RNA targeting HIV global health virology human immunodeficiency virus
  • Annabelle Long

    I have just completed my PhD which was around exercise classes for people living with dementia in community settings. My expertise revolves around the use of exercise and physical activity to help people living with dementia maintain independence.
    Health and Medicine dementia dementia in community settings exercise physical activity
  • Alexander Tarr

    Viruses and virus infections, particularly infections of the liver (hepatitis C virus, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis E virus). Immunity to virus infections and antiviral therapies, including new drugs for viruses. Vaccines for virus infection.
  • Dr Charlotte May

    Arts and Culture History Dr Charlotte May Literature nottingham history poetry Romanticism caves
  • Professor Steve Morgan

    Biomedical optics. Laser instrumentation. Laser Doppler blood flowmetry. Optical characterisation of skin. Laser Doppler flow and vibration imaging. Assessment of value of medical devices.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5570
    Engineering Biomedical Laser Instrumentation flowmetry Characterisation medical devices
  • Subarna Sivapalan

    Subarna is the recipient of WWF Malaysia's National Eco-Lecturer Award for her efforts in advocating for greater awareness amongst youth to champion sustainability. Her research interests include sustainability and Higher Education; Environmental Education/Education for Sustainable Development; and Community Development particularly with the context of Indigenous Communities.
    Education Environment Sustainability and Higher Education environmental education education for sustainable development Climate Change Education Social and Community dimensions of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Community Development indigenous communities
  • Khalid Jarral

    Economic diplomacy and the evolution of diplomatic agency; trade, investment, and strategic economic cooperation between states; strategic interests as factors shaping contemporary economic diplomacy, in particular, the current trends and practices in South and Southeast Asia, economic diplomacy, diplomacy,
    Belt and Road Initiative International Relations Trade World domestic decision-making economic issues international negotiations diplomatic methods instruments military diplomacy and the Asian multilateral financial institutions China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) International Relations Trade and Investment
  • Professor Frances Knight

    History of Christianity since 1800, specifically in Britain.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7778 , +44 (0) 7855 657 328
    History Religion history christianity Britain
  • Professor Steven Fielding

    Emeritus Professor. British politics/political history. The Labour Party. The representation of politicians and politics in films, on TV and in popular culture.
    07595 369364
    Brexit Politics politics British Politics political history Labour Party film Television popular culture
  • Professor Dominic Foo

    Chemistry Engineering Environment Technology Carbon Emissions Pinch Analysis CEPA CO2 emission reduction Pinch Analysis Process design process optimisation process integration process simulation
  • Dr Christopher Wood

    Renewable energy systems. Novel ground source heat pump systems. Energy efficient heating systems and building energy simulation. Harnessing and storing solar heat. Low energy building design.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7673
    Energy Engineering energy Renewable heat efficient solar power low energy
  • Seamus Higgins

    I have extensive project management, process management and new product development expertise acquired through a global career spanning more than 30 years in the food manufacturing industry. I have also worked and consulted for several leading global food companies, as well as entrepreneurs and new company start-ups.
    0115 8466894
  • Sarah Davidson

    0115 9513170
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Construction cost and project management Construction economics BIM Level 2 Construction information management and impact on occupancy and asset performance
  • Dr Mike Clifford

    Fluid mixing. Dynamical systems. Parametric excitation. Appropriate technology. Composite materials. Engineering of bungee jumping.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6134
    Energy Engineering Engineering Fluid Dynamical Systems parametric excitation composite material bungee jumping
  • Professor Seamus Garvey

    Rotordynamics. Rotor balancing. Vibration and noise in electrical machines and structures. High speed machines. Magnetic bearings. Electromagnetic design of machines.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3776
    Energy Engineering Engineering Rotordynamics Rotor vibration noise high speed machines Magnetic bearings electromagnetics
  • Professor Pat Wheeler

    Power Electronics and Electrical Machine Drives for Transportation Electronification, the More/All Electric Aircraft and the connection of renewable energy to the electrical utility network as well as micro-grids for rural communities.
    07963 290871
  • Blandine French

    Blandine French works with GPs and healthcare professionnals to raise awareness of neurodevelopmental disorders, most specifically ADHD. She has done many dessimination projects to raise awareness of ADHD and different communities and train professionals. Her current research looks into the economic and individual costs of having undiagnosed neurodiversities.
    Health and Medicine adhd Neurodiversity
  • Dr Sarah Holland

    British history, 18th to 20th centuries, with particular emphasis on the 19th century. Rural and agricultural history, the relationship between town and country, agricultural workers, market buildings, knowledge networks. Rural identity. History of asylum farms. Cultural stimuli and wellbeing. Yorkshire and the East Midlands.
    +44 (0)115 74 84107
    History British history agriculture rural identity
  • Catherine Sackley

    Catherine is a physiotherapist with extensive research experience in rehabilitation. Focused on people with severe disability following stroke, Parkinson's disease and falls. Completed major programmes of research in care homes and the community in UK and low income countries in Sub Saharan Africa.
    Health and Medicine health care Rehabilitation Physiotherapy (Neurorehabilitation) stroke disability Parkinson's care homes
  • Professor Edward Lester

    Coal combustion. Coal petrography and identification of world coals. Image analysis of particulates. Characterisation of biomass particularly with regards to energy conversion and the power sector.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4974 , +44 (0) 115 939 5715
    Energy Engineering Coal Combustion Petrography power energy biomass
  • Dr Helen Henshaw

    Helen is a Senior Research Fellow, Chartered Psychologist and NIHR Fellowship holder. Working alongside clinical and academic colleagues in Hearing Sciences at the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre, her program of research aims to evaluate novel digital interventions to support adults with hearing loss and those with whom they communicate.
    +44 (0) 115 8232606
    Health and Medicine hearing sciences hearing loss
  • Kerry Clamp

    Dr Clamp's main research area is in restorative justice - an approach to dealing with crime and conflict that brings those most affected into contact. She has recently completed a national survey on police use of restorative justice which outlines how police officers are trained, how they practice restorative justice and how other specialist services are commissioned to deal with more complex cases throughout the criminal justice process. She was the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Restorative Justice Council (2018-2021), the national voice and standards setting agency for restorative justice in England and Wales.
    +44 (0)115 846 7612
    Crime justice crime criminal justice restorative justice victim victims
  • Rebecca Banwell-Moore

    Rebecca is a post-doc research fellow, currently working on a UKRI funded prison regulation study where she is specifically looking at: i) harms of prisoner suicide and death investigations on prison stakeholders (including death investigators); and II) prison complaints processes as mechanisms for prisoner participation.
    Crime Sociology justice for victims victim's voice being heard Victim's Law restorative justice for serious offences desistance prisoner voice prison(er) safety/wellbeing restorative justice prison health victims victims services/support youth justice
  • Chrissie Bousfield

    Burn injuries, particularly acute. Wound care issues. Management and psychological care of an individual following burn trauma and reconstructive surgery.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1811
    Health and Medicine Science health sciences burns Acute Wound care Psychological care burn trauma reconstructive surgery
  • Emeritus Professor John Brookfield

    Dr Brookfield's current activities focus on two main themes.i) Population and evolutionary genetics. This involves quantitative population genetics which highlights molecular evolution and the evolution of the genome.ii) Statistical analyses of biological data.
    +44 (0)115 823 0392
    Science Science life science gentics evolution Genome biological
  • Professor James McInerney

    My research expertise is in evolutionary biology, microbiology and genomics. I have worked on the evolutionary history of humans, mammals, animals, bacteria, viruses and fungi. I am also expert in genomics and genetics.Antibiotic resistance. New discoveries in microbiology, evolution or genetics. The spread of new infectious diseases. Advances in genomics or genetics.
    +44 (0)7470 469565
  • Dr Caitlin Milazzo

    British politics, especially elections, campaigns, and political parties.
    Politics politics British elections campaigns Parties
  • Professor Charlotte Bolton

    Global Health with chronic lung disease in Nepal. Worked with partners on a number of projects as part of a GCRF grant - workshop - qualitative understanding household air pollution - guidelines - public health messages Submitting further grants to look at chronic disease management.
    Cultures Environment Health and Medicine Respiratory Medicine global health
  • Dr Michael Connors

    Thai politics and culture, democracy and authoritarianism, international relations of the Asia-Pacific
    +60 3 8725 3573
    International Relations Politics Corruption authoritarianism Political Theory Asia
  • Dr Sumit Mandal

    I am a transregional historian. My research concerns historical forms of inter-religious and inter-cultural interactions and their outcomes in the Malay world as well as contemporary Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. Currently, I am doing research on the Muslim shrines that underpin a historical sacred geography spanning the Indian Ocean from Jakarta to Cape Town.
    Cultures History Malay world southeast asia Indian Ocean transregional history transnational history religious studies race politics Identities
  • Professor William Case

    In terms of scholarly discipline (and inter-disciplinarily), my expertise lies in the field of politics and political economy. My interests includes the stability and organization of political and party systems, the pursuit of late-development, and the dynamics of divided social structures.
  • Julia Roknifard

    Specialized on Iranian and Middle Eastern Studies, matters surrounding Iran's nuclear program, Iran's domestic politics and foreign policy. Research interests lie with international security, including its non-traditional aspects, interweaving of religion and politics, evolution of Islamism, and counterterrorism.
  • Dr Luke Prendergast

    Bridge Engineering, Offshore Wind Energy & Turbine Structures, Offshore Foundations, Infrastructure Maintenance
    Engineering Bridge Engineering Offshore Wind Energy Turbine Structures Offshore Foundations Infrastructure Maintenance
  • Abigail Blyth

    Abigail can cover: intelligence studies and specifically, how the intelligence services engage with the public. She also looks at the role of popular culture and news journalism in the portraying of images to the public.
    International Relations Security War and security Intelligence Studies intelligence services popular culture news journalism portrayal of images Intelligence accountability British Intelligence Services Intelligence politicisation
  • Liam Maloy

    Liam's expertise spans: Music made for children; Children's music and media; Broadcasting music (on TV and radio) for children and families; The music of Sesame Street; The Muppet Show; Bagpuss; Woody Guthrie; BBC's children's radio broadcast (Junior Choice); jazz in children's music; the children's music industry; Music made for children; Children's music and media.
    Education Music children's music children's media Broadcasting music Sesame Street; The Muppet Show Bagpuss Woody Guthrie BBC's children's radio broadcast Junior Choice jazz in children's music; the children's music industry
  • Dr Andri Georgiadou

    Expert on diversity management, gender equality and international perspectives on equality at work.
    0115 748 7569
    Business and economy Education Gender gender discrimination Inclusion Business alumni
  • Amira Halperin

    Dr. Amira Halperin's expertise includes Journalism/Media Technologies; Migration/Refugees; Middle East; Refugee integration and policy in Europe and Canada.Amira Halperin is an Assistant Professor in Mobile Studies, and Associate Director of Institute for Mobile Studies. She is an expert in migration and refugees and media technologies.
    +86 132 5096 2974
    China Communications International Relations Migration Politics War and security World journalism Media migration refugees human rights Diversity China Ukraine Russia middle east politics Europe EU policy Israel Conflict Bahrain diplomatic relations War canada world
  • Professor Paul Grainge

    American film and television, screen industries, branding and promotion, memory and nostalgia, Hollywood cultural studies.
    +44 (0)115 951 4944
    Arts and Culture America United States film Television screen industries branding promotion memory Nostalgia Culture hollywood
  • Tyler Kustra

    Tyler Kustra is an expert on economic sanctions, political violence including civil wars and terrorism, and Canadian politics. He is currently an assistant professor at the University of Nottingham and has previously been a visiting fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University and previously as an economic adviser to the Parliament of Canada.
    07842 694902
    Business and economy Politics War and security economic sanctions political violence civil wars Terrorism canadian politics canada Russia Ukraine sanctions politics International Relations
  • Professor James Cockayne

    +61 (0)434 538 308
    global politics The United Nations modern slavery forced labour and human trafficking Xinjiang Responsible business conduct ESG investing and responsible finance Global drug control policies Private security companies Transnational organised crime Transnational organized crime
  • Dr Rory Cormac

    Intelligence: activities of intelligence agencies in Britain and the US from espionage to torture; relationship between intelligence and policymakers ie, how intelligence is used and abused; intelligence and warning of attacks e.g terrorism; oversight of intelligence. Covert action: secret foreign policy; special operations; propaganda/political warfare/bribery etc.
    +44 (0) 115 748 4576
    Politics War and security World politics intelligence Britain us Relations propaganda Secret Covert
  • Dr Arun Kumar

    My work explores the socio-economic history of modern India. I work on the history of Indian labour, modern education, and subaltern literary cultures.I work in the following areas: 1. History of Modern India 2. Colonialism and the British Empire 3. Labour Market and Labour Conditions 4. Education History 5. History of Capitalism and Inequality 6. Caste and Social History. I am willing to work in the field of labour, poverty and inequality, and education.
    0115 748 4098 or Press Office 0115 9515798
  • Professor John Gathergood

    Modern financial and business services, in particular understanding consumer behaviour in financial markets, including consumer use of retail savings and debt products and financial regulation of these markets. Data analytics, including application of frontier methods in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Policy design and evaluation, including statutory processes.
    +44 (0)115 846 6447
    Brexit Business and economy housing market economics consumer finance credit debt borrowing Mortgages retirement finance business Financial Assistance Programme modern financial services modern business services Financial and Business Services consumer behaviour in financial markets consumer use of retail savings consumer use of debt products financial regulation financial regulation of debt products data analytics artificial intelligence machine learning policy design policy evaluation statutory processes Bank of England competition and markets authority buy now pay later klarna clearpay laybuy
  • Hugo Drochon

    Hugo is a political theorist and historian of modern political thought, with interests in Nietzsche's politics, democratic theory, liberalism and conspiracy theories.
    Politics Conspiracy theories French politics Europe democracy populism Antisemitism
  • Dr Yuwei Xu

    Dr Xu is a sociologist of (early) childhood, education, and gender. His expertise includes gender and men in early childhood education, LGBT teachers, child agency, child-centred diversity and quality education, parenting, parent-child reading, international higher education, and women in STEM.
    Education Equality Gender Sociology childhood education Gender Men LGBT teachers LGBTQ+ child agency child-centred diversity child-centred diversity and quality education diversity at school schools parenting parent-child reading women in STEM internationalisation of higher education international higher education Men in early childhood education Gender-sensitive teacher training Children's Perspectives
  • Dr Edmund Stewart

    I specialise in ancient Greek literature and history. My research covers specifically Greek myth, the performance of Greek drama in the ancient world, the history of work and the ancient economy, and tyranny and despotism in the ancient and modern worlds. for news stories: Tyrants and Dictators: ancient perspectives on modern dictatorships. Professions, Professionalism and the history of work.
    +44 (0)115 95 14810
  • Dr Meili Feng

    Dr Meili Feng is a river scientist who has been working on freshwater ecology and river hydrology for many years.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8510
    Belt and Road Initiative Environment Geography freshwater ecosystems climate change hydropower regulations water quality rivers Hydropower impacts Flooding Urban water quality Coastal Environmental Change
  • Dr Anna Meier

    Anna Meier is Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations, specialising in terrorism and counterterrorism, white supremacist violence, and racism in national security institutions and policies.
    0115 84 68150
    American Politics Equality International Relations Politics Security War and security Terrorism Counterterrorism Far-Right Extremism
  • Dr Brendan Canavan

    Dr Brendan Canavan is an Assistant Professor in Marketing. Topics he can discuss include: Consumers and consumption, travel and tourism, marketing and branding; Sustainable travel and tourism advice; Consumer trends; Branding and advertising campaigns, including Christmas advertising.
    Communications Cultures Environment Fashion consumers consumption Travel Tourism marketing branding Sustainable Travel sustainable tourism Advice trends consumer trends advertising campaigns
  • Dr Afzal Ashraf

    Terrorism; counter-terrorism; global security and conflict; international relations and diplomacy; regional political and security expertise in the Middle East and South East Asia; information exploitation; intelligence processes and agencies; information as a commercial commodity; cyber security
    +44 (0)7848 965 356
    Politics Security War and security World Terrorism global security International Relations diplomacy Cyber Security Security Al Qaeda Extremism violent extremism
  • Dr Florian Wiedmann

    As an academic architect specialized in investigating emerging cities from an international and interdisciplinary perspective, I have been involved in research, practice and teaching in Western Asia since 2006. My main focus has been the rapid urban transformation due to international migration in the Persian Gulf region. From 2011 to 2018 my research was funded by Qatar Foundation and one of the main areas of my expertise is the space production of knowledge economies in the context of rapid urban growth. In recent years, I have also established new links to institutions in India, Nepal and Vietnam.
    Architecture and Built Environment Business and economy Cultures History Migration Cities Persian Gulf GCC urbanism Sustainable development goals governanace
  • Dishil Shrimankar

    Indian elections, voting behaviour, and quantitative methods
    +44 (0)115 84 66228
    Politics World India elections voting politics
  • Karma Tashi Choedron

    Karma's primary research focus is on modern-day slavery (Trafficking in Persons), i.e. on migrant workers in Malaysia, South and Southeast Asia. Research is primarily focused on oil palm companies and the manufacturing industry and its supply chain, including certification bodies.
    +6 03 8925 3563
    Environment Gender International Relations Religion Rights Lab Trafficking in Persons Marginalised/Displaced Communities Gender Environmental Ethics conservation Traditional/Indigenous Knowledge buddhism sikhism modern-day slavery modern slavery migrant workers oil palm companies manufacturing industry supply chains certification bodies Social Injustice
  • Dr Oliver Butler

    Privacy and data protection law; the influence of the GDPR beyond Europe; Brexit and data protection; algorithmic governance.
    0115 951 5559
    Brexit Law Privacy Data Protection GDPR privacy law data protection law Brexit brexit and data protection GDPR beyond europe european GDPR EU Europe algorithmic governance
  • Dr Subhan Ullah

    I am interested in China's One belt one road passing through Pakistan. In addition i am also interested in firm level and country level governance issues, including issues relating to corruption, unethical business practices in Pakistan.
    Business and economy Environment climate change Corporate fraud unethical business activities Excessive executive compensation Survival of businesses in the Covid crisis accounting
  • Dr Chuma Owuamalam

    My research aims to understand how social identities and inequalities that exist in societies shape the outcomes of people from a variety of backgrounds (including race, gender, sexual orientation and so on). One guiding goal is to find evidence-based solutions to issues arising from social class divides that does not create more side effects than the problem itself.
    +6 (03) 8924 8721
    Cultures Education Gender Psychology Identity and Rights Social identities system justification hate crime Terrorism compassion stereotypes/social judgements prosocial behaviour
  • Professor May-Tan Mullins

    My research interests are political ecology of rising China, environmental and energy justice, poverty alleviation and building resilience for the poorest and most vulnerable. One research strand is the rise of the smart eco city and a second strand of my work is to help communities alleviate poverty, particularly in a post-disaster context.
    Belt and Road Initiative Cultures Education Environment Gender History International Relations Politics Governance human rights Identity and Rights Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Paul Heywood

    As an expert on the politics of corruption and anti-corruption, I have worked on projects that look at various dimensions of (anti-)corruption in places such as China, Hong Kong, Cambodia and Kyrgyzstan. I am an Honorary Adjunct Professor at Hunan University and Senior Adviser to the Centre of Anti-Corruption Studies.
    0115 951 4869
    Politics Corruption Governance
  • Professor Andrew Mumford

    Conflict and terrorism in Asia.
    International Relations War and security warfare Terrorism politics International Relations War Iraq Northern Ireland Afghanistan conflicts modern slavery trafficking
  • Professor Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling

    Civil service management, anti-corruption, ethics and integrity management in developing countries including Nepal and Bangladesh in South Asia.
    Politics World Corruption Governance
  • Professor Katharine Adeney

    Government and politics of South Asia, especially relating to elections, centre-state/province relations, majoritarian nationalism and ethnic diversity; The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
    0115 951 4032
    Belt and Road Initiative History International Relations Politics War and security Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Governance
  • Ibtisam Ahmed

    I work on decolonial politics and utopias - how we envision futures that are equitable based on our experiences of the past. I give specific focus to queer identities, religious and spiritual minorities, literature and language, and cultural politics.
    Architecture and Built Environment Art Cultures Gender History Politics Sociology human rights Identity and Rights theology
  • Fernando Casal Bertoa

    Comparative Politics, focusing on party regulation, political party funding, democratic constitutional design, party development, party system institutionalization and democracy promotion.
    Law Politics World Corruption Governance
  • Dr Oana Burcu

    I am currently developing further my expertise in the determinants of migrants' vulnerabilities and forced labour, while maintaining my pre-existent interest and expertise in nationalism, diasporic communities, China's foreign policy and Asia-Pacific security.
  • Dr Hongyi Lai

    I study governance and domestic and international political economy of China. Concerning China's governance I have researched on political development, model of governance, crisis and epidemic management, central-local relations, and economic and political reforms. In addition, I have studied western development, domestic sources of foreign policy, energy diplomacy, the belt and road initiative, soft power, and cultural diplomacy in China.
    0115 846 6017
  • Dr Don Lee

    Comparative political institutions and regime types; Comparative political economy; public administration and policy in Asia
    07848 116 415
    Business and economy Gender Politics Political Economy comparative presidential studies Public Policy public management North Asia southeast asia
  • Dr Chun-Yi Lee

    Cross-Strait (China and Taiwan) relations, Taiwanese investment in China and Southeast Asia, the geo-political impact of China's Belt and Road Initiative on Southeast Asian countries, Taiwan's New South bound policy and its social economic impact on the Southeast Asian countries, the role of Chinese labour in the global value chain.
    0115 846 8150
    Belt and Road Initiative International Relations Politics cross-Strait relations China Taiwan investment southeast asia Geopolitics Belt and Road Initiative New Southbound Policy chinese labour
  • Dr Carole Spary

    Democratic politics and development in South Asia, especially India. Themes include gender inequality, political representation, political institutions such as Parliament and political parties, gender and development policy, legislation and practice, women's rights and empowerment, feminism, gender and multi-level governance and federalism, women's movements, elections, women in politics, state policy initiatives for gender equality and gender mainstreaming.
    0115 848 6812
    Business and economy Gender History International Relations Politics Sociology India gender inequality political representation political institutions development policy legislation and practice women's rights and empowerment feminism federalism women's movements elections women in politics gender mainstreaming
  • Jacqueline Hicks

    Indonesian politics, society, religion, economy; Indonesian elections, democracy; International politics of personal data economics, particularly Indonesia and India.
    +44 (0) 7923047791
    International Relations Politics World Indonesia Asia India politics
  • Dr Christopher Primiano

    International relations, Chinese politics and foreign policy, and comparative politics.
    +86 152 5743 4355
  • Dr Kaushik Chattopadhyay

    Several years of experience in health-related research in Asia, especially India, China and Bangladesh, and also works at our Ningbo campus, China.
    Health and Medicine diabetes cardiovascular disease (CVD) Obesity lifestyle diseases Randomised controlled trials epidemiology health services research mixed methods development and evaluation of complex interventions clinical and public health interventions yoga ayurveda traditional therapies Ethnic Minorities Developing Countries hypertension non-communicable diseases lifestyle
  • Dr Gaik Cheng Khoo

    Independent filmmaking in Southeast Asia (with a focus on Malaysia), Southeast Asian cinema studies; political economy of the Malaysian durian focusing on the supply chain and its ecological and economic sustainability; cosmopolitanism and food identity; multiculturalism and race relations in Malaysia; S. Korean migrants in Malaysia.
    +60 38725 3572
    Communications Cultures Environment Identity and Rights
  • Dr Edward Bolt

    Molecular Biology in human cells. In Asia: Research collaborations, editorial board, expert reviewer for grant applications.
    0115 823 0194
    Education Science biosciences life sciences CRISPR molecular biology drug development cancer
  • Dr Angus Davison

    Biology and genetics of Japanese snails.
    Environment Science genetics molluscs genomics
  • Professor Gary Rawnsley

    Media, communications, propaganda, public and cultural diplomacy, soft power. My research has focused mainly on China and Taiwan, but I have also conducted research on Vietnam and Korea.
  • Professor Eugene Ch'ng

    I'm an expert in digital technologies, but in hardcore technical developments (hardware-software integration - VR, AR, MR, XR), applied to culture, and cultural heritage.
    Archaeology Art Belt and Road Initiative Communications Cultures Education Science digital cultural heritage virtual reality augmented reality mixed reality
  • Dr Corey Schultz

    I have a PhD from Goldsmiths (Media & Communications), and a MA in Asian Studies (China Concentration) from UC Berkeley. I have also studied at Fudan University (Shanghai) and Tsinghua University (Beijing). My areas of research focus on contemporary Chinese visual culture and film phenomenology, and I have additional projects in museum studies and the representations of Jews and Jewishness in China.
  • Dr Filippo Gilardi

    Filippo Gilardi expertise is in Cultural and Creative Industries, Transmedia Storytelling, and Digital Literacy. His main research interests include Media convergence, Creative Industries, and Digital Business Models.
    0086 (1) 574 88188289
    Communications Cultures Education Digital platforms creative industries digital copyright business models Asia China Japan
  • Dr Celia Lam

    Celia has an interest in the areas of media and cultural studies, focusing on audience and fan engagement with popular culture texts
  • Dr Bjarke Liboriussen

    Digital media in China with special attention to video games, gendering of gamer identity, gamer culture, the intersection of social media and video games, video games as popular heritage. The creative industries in China with special attention to the use of tools and technologies in creative work, generational difference.
    +86 (0)754 8818 8992
    Communications Cultures Gender games gaming China e-sports
  • Dr Sascha Auerbach

    My research focuses on race and migration in the nineteenth century, with a particular interest in the Indian and Chinese labour diasporas, the legacies of slavery, and the dynamics of colonial governance.
    Cultures History Law Governance human rights
  • Dr Spencer Mawby

    Post-war British foreign and colonial policy. British policy towards the recreation of a German army during the late 1940s and early 1950s. British policy towards its last Arab colony in Aden. The Cold War. History of Britain's role in the Middle East. Relationship between nationalism and imperialism and issues relating to the end of the British Empire.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5932
    History post-war britain Britain middle east nationalism imperialism empire arab the cold war Germany
  • Dr Ian James Kidd

    Asian philosophies and religions Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism ethics of the environment.
    Arts and Culture Environment Philosophy Ancient Chinese philosophy Confucian philosophy Daoist philosophy Buddhist philosophy theology
  • Sabina Lawreniuk

    Expertise includes labour rights; working conditions; health and safety; women's rights; women's health; gender-based violence; sexual harassment and violence; human rights; labour activism; trade union organisation; union rights; and labour repression.
    Equality Fashion Rights Lab Trade garment manufacturing industry clothing manufacture labour rights working conditions Women's rights Health and Safety women's health gender-based violence sexual harassment sexual violence human rights labour activism trade union organisation union rights labour repression
  • Professor Sarah Hall

    My work examines the changing place of China in the international financial system with a particular focus on RMB internationalisation and the role of London within this.
  • Professor Stephen Legg

    Historical research on late-colonial, 20th century India Urban geography and politics Intersections of imperialism and internationalism.
    0115 846 8402
    Architecture and Built Environment Geography History Interwar colonial India Imperial Britain Indian policy the League of Nations colonialism Indian Anti-colonial Nationalism Internationalism India
  • Dr Faith Chan

    Dr Faith Ka Shun Chan is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo campus, China. He currently conducts research on international water management practices, with a particularly focus on flood risk management in East Asian mega-deltas and coastal mega-cities.. He has a strong research and teaching interests on inter-disciplinary aspects on environmental management across physical and human geography, in particular on issues related to sustainable water and soil management and development.
    Energy Environment Science Governance Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) urban flood resilience coastal megacities; climate change urban water management sponge city green finance
  • Dr Alison K.S. Wee

    My research focuses on the evolution and conservation of coastal ecosystems. My primary goal is to understand their historical and future response to global change using molecular approaches, and to formulate sustainable development strategies. I work primarily on mangroves, with 12 years of field and lab experience in the Asia Pacific region, including in Japan, China and Thailand.
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Environment Science bioscience Governance life science Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Water
  • Dr Cedric Tan

    I have a particular interest in carnivore ecology and conservation as well as environmental education. My passion for effective evidence-based applied ecology and education drives me to pursue both disciplines in innovative ways, in turn contributing to raising awareness about conservation issues and nurturing our future leaders in conservation.
    Engineering Environment Science life sciences Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Tim Heath

    Extensive research and professional expertise in urban design, city planning, and heritage conservation especially in China for over 15 years. Some limited experience in Indonesia and Malaysia.
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Engineering architecture design urban built enviroment
  • Professor Pau Loke Show

    Microalgae have recently attracted considerable interest worldwide, due to their extensive application potential in the renewable energy, biopharmaceutical, and nutraceutical industries. Microalgae are renewable, sustainable, and economical sources of biofuels, bioactive medicinal products, and food ingredients.
    Belt and Road Initiative Energy Engineering Environment Science agriculture biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Water
  • Professor Lucelia Rodrigues

    My expertise is in sustainability and resilience in buildings and communities, and I have worked across the globe including China, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia and Singapore.
    Architecture and Built Environment Energy Environment Governance Sustainable development goals
  • Professor Chung Lim Law

    Processing of food and bioproduct materials such as herbal products (ganoderma licidium Lingzhi, Belalai Gajah, Misai Kuching, piper betle, roselle), edible bird's nest, tropical exotic fruits (chempedak, ciku, salak, papaya, jackfruit), agricultural product (rough rice, cocoa beans, crumb rubber); Food quality and Food safety, Food preservation, Food drying, extraction of bioactive ingredients and maximising retention of bioactive ingredients in processed food and bioproducts, Belt and road food research alliance.
    +6013 3889233
  • Dr Yue Tang

    Used to work as a Urban Designer and consultant for city planning, urban design, architecture design project in China, also have collaboration with staff in Chinese HE institutes and companies for teaching, research and also practical work.
    0115 95 13110
    Architecture and Built Environment Waterfront regeneration
  • Dr Marwan Nafea

    My research areas include MEMS, micro/nanofabrication technologies, wireless microfluidic devices, microactuators, 4D printing, PSO, optimal control, and biosignals.
    +60 38924 8168
    Energy Engineering Science MEMS 4D printing Wireless drug delivery Microfluidics Microactuators Microfabrication Optimization EEG ECG
  • Dr Michelle Tan

    Development of point of care diagnostic tools for detection of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases. Research involves the modification of nanomaterials for improve selectivity of sensor electrode platform to the development of electronic transducer coupled with smartphone and artificial intelligence technology for improved sensitivity and portability.
  • Dr Kim Yeow Tshai

    Characterization and processing of polymers/composites; materials modeling and finite element analysis of highly nonlinear polymeric systems.
    Engineering Science polymer processing Injection moulding Blow moulding Thermoforming Fibre reinforced composites nanocomposites Biocomposites aerospace automotive
  • Dr Khai Ching Ng

    My expertise is in developing novel simulation techniques for solving computational fluid and solid multi-physics problems (e.g. CFD, FEA). Main applications include free surface flow, energy harvesting, Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) etc.
    Energy Engineering Environment Science Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI); Free surface flow; Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) meshless method particle method Software Development parallel computing
  • Dr Jie Zhu

    1) Chinese energy policy study 2) Chinese building regulation assessment
  • Dr John Calautit

    Sustainable design of building and urban environment.
    Architecture and Built Environment Energy Engineering Environment energy modelling comfort air quality
  • Dr Georgios Kapogiannis

    Georgios is recognized as a world leading expert and researcher in Digital Innovation and Project Management in Architecture, Engineering and Construction sector. He held roles in Greece, United Kingdom, China and Middle East and United States of America. He is a BRE BIM Certified ISO19650 Trainer, a Certified Project Manager and currently is working as an Assistant Professor in Building Information Modelling (BIM) at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China and a V.Professor in Management Information Systems in the College of Business Administration at the University of Northern Iowa, USA.. He is also an Associate Member of the Center for Structural Engineering and Informatics at The University of Nottingham UK campus. In addition, He is the Acting Deputy Director of the Geospatial and Hazard Research Group at the same university.
    +86 574 8818 8806
  • Dr Fang Yenn Teo

    Fang Yenn does research on Hydro-Environmental Engineering, Flood Risk Modelling, and Water Resources Management.
  • Dr Christina Chin

    I have a wide range multi and interdisciplinary knowledge in project engineering management for sustainability & environmental impact industries, methodologies and energy management related aspect including green technology, security, and storage.
    Belt and Road Initiative Energy Environment Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Chien Hwa Chong

    I am an innovation practitioner. I integrated innovation in teaching pedagogy and research projects. I worked on research related to drying of biomaterials, wastewater treatment process improvement, fluoride removal from wastewater and integrating phase change materials in concretes.
    Education Engineering Environment agriculture biosciences Water
  • Dr Ali Akhavan Farid

    Manufacturing process, Machining, High-speed Machining, Surface Engineering, Surface Treatment, Difficult to cut materials, Wear, Mechanical Design, Machin elements, Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, Bio-Materials.
    006038725 3556
  • Dr Frithjof Arp

    International and cross-cultural business topics, with a particular interest in the linkage between organisational strategy and human resource management. Researching and teaching in China since 2014; has visited the country since the early nineteen nineties and had a professional career which includes ten years in Malaysia, ten years in Australia and four years in Singapore.
    +86 574 8818 0000 8165
    Business and economy International Relations Migration Sociology strategy microfinance International Business international human resource management cross-cultural communication self-initiated expatriate foreign executives
  • Dr Juergen Seufert

    Supporting companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions at the lowest cost and improving efficiency using state of the art management accounting techniques. Work is especially with airlines and the port sector (in Ningbo, China). Interdisciplinary research conflating engineering with cost accounting knowledge to achieve the most cost efficient greenhouse gas emission abatements.
    +86 574 8818 8274
    Business and economy greenhouse gas emissions airlines ports abatement climate change China
  • Dr Angelina Seow Voon Yee

    University-industry collaborations, including evaluating and managing innovations, coaching and mentoring systems and process, governance and accountability matters, and multicultural and multi-disciplinary approach on ASEAN-Japan and Asia collaborations. Also researches on implementation of accounting and auditing standards/policies in Malaysian context, and business valuations related.
    +60 38924 8277
    university Industry Collaborations Governance accountability accountancy auditing policies Malaysia ASEAN Japan
  • Dr José R. Sánchez-Fung

    Research on empirical and policy-relevant issues in the fields of open-economy macroeconomics and monetary policy, and development economics and policy, with a particular focus on developing countries including China.
    +86 574 8818 9181
    Business and economy open-economy macroeconomics Monetary policy China
  • Professor Stephen Morgan

    My research is multi-disciplined focused on China from the 18th century to the present, including business and economic history, economic development, international business and strategic management, politics and society, and health, nutrition and human welfare.
    Business and economy History International Relations Politics economic history Anthropometric History Heath and inequality Business and social networks FDI Communist Party of China
  • Professor Stephen Timmons

    Health services management & organisation, health service reform, implementation science, health care workforce, migrant health care workers.
  • Professor Peter Li

    I am a leading scholar in two areas: (1) indigenous research on Chinese management with a special focus on the modern implications of traditional Chinese philosophies, and (2) emerging multinational firms with a special focus on the strategy and innovation of Chinese multinational firms, especially their overseas mergers and acquisitions.
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures emerging economies MNCs China Chinese management innovation and entrepreneurship in China
  • Professor Pingping Fu

    Values, attitudes and behaviours of Chinese executive leaders in business organisations.
    +86 574 8818 0572
    Business and economy China business Executive leaders
  • Professor Martin Liu

    Martin has led the development for the Zhejiang Provincial Branding Academy, a research and education platform co-founded by UNNC and Zhejiang Provincial Government in China, where he contributes to the dialogues of strengthening the innovative branding capabilities of Zhejiang Made brands, specifically in the application of the digital transformation of firms, the education of next-generation branding specialist in the digital world, and in branding consultation to government and enterprises. In 2020, Professor Liu was appointed as chief expert to lead the Ningbo Academy of Social Science's "Dual Circulation and Economic Development Research Base" to contribute to China's policy and economic development.
  • Dr Martin J Liu

    Dr Liu's research interests are in the area of consumer behaviour, e-marketing and brand strategy. He is Member of the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) and European Marketing Academy (EMAC).
    +86 (0) 574 8818 0000 8139
    Business and economy China business e-marketing brand consumer behaviour China marketing digital innovation strategy branding Zhejiang Taiwan Hong Kong Vietnam
  • Professor Martin Lockett

    Over 40 years' experience in China - research has included Chinese management and culture, economic reform and development, international trade and investment, and innovation. He has worked on consulting and executive education in mainland China, Hong Kong/ Macau, Malaysia and Singapore.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8535
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures Education Chinese management and culture economic reform and development international trade and investment innovation consulting Executive Education mainland China Hong Kong Macau Malaysia Singapore
  • Professor Jing Dai

    Professor Dai's research focuses on sustainable supply chains and supply chain innovation. She is the principal investigator for two grants funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). One is entitled "Exploring green supply chain management in China: strategy-structure-capability-performance perspective", and another "Environmental technology innovation for developing supply chains". Her research provides implications in achieving sustainability for business.
    Business and economy Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Kim Hua Tan

    Accelerated product innovation; lean management; supply chain management; sustainable operations; lean green; operations strategy implementation
    +44 (0)115 8467 749
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy International Relations supply chain management sustainable operations lean green business
  • Professor Cong Cao

    Science and technology policy; innovation and entrepreneurship; talent; biotechnology; nanotechnology.
  • Professor Michele Geraci

    15 years experience in China/Asia policy research, first as head of China at Global Policy Institute London, then head of China Economic Research af Nottingham Uni, Ningbo. Advised western Governments on China policy, trade policy, international relations, china-Eu, China-US relations, China-EU investment agreement.
    +86 139 6712 1554
  • Dr Zhijing Zhu

    Technological catch-up and innovations in Asian emerging economies, International strategies of emerging economy firms.
  • Dr Xuan Feng

    I have extensive research experience with local Chinese government, Chinese and international companies and healthcare sectors in China. My research areas include: Leadership Development, Talent Policy Research, HRM, Organisational Career Development. I have won multiple municipal research grants and municipal teaching and research awards/recognitions. I also teaches in executive education programmes and has delivered teaching sessions in International HRM, change management and work design.
  • Dr Yingying Shi

    Economic development in Asia and international economics, researching the effectiveness of infrastructure investment in promoting China's regional economic performance and role of FDI policy in affecting firm level export performances in China.
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Xiaogang Bi

    China Financial market, capital market, corporate finance.
    Business and economy Asia China Mergers and Acquisitions corporate finance Management bonds IPO trading strategies big data AI
  • Dr Xi Chen

    How the transition in emerging market influences individuals' justice perception, identity, and behaviors. How can entrepreneurs build social networks and navigate the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8556
    Business and economy Gender Psychology Identity and Rights women entrepreneurship intergenerational cooperation Organizational change
  • Dr Xiaodan Yu

    My research interests include industrial dynamics, firm growth, entrepreneurship, economics of innovation and Chinese economy. My research focuses on investigating the stylized facts of China's technological catch-up and leap forward based on longitudinal databased on China's industrial firms, and further explore possible explanations behind the stylized facts.
    Business and economy economics innovation Entrepreneurship Firm Growth industrial dynamics China
  • Dr Tingting Ying

    Focus on corporate finance and accounting, particularly corporate governance and market based accounting research in China.
    +86 1378 0007 774
    Business and economy corporate governance Governance
  • Dr Richard Common

    Comparative public policy and management - primarily East Asia and Middle East.
    Cultures Politics World public management international policy transfer public sector management; Public policy; Civil service ministers Training and development in public services and central government HR In public services pay and recruitment Local government International policy development
  • Dr Michael Mustafa

    My expertise is on SMEs and Asian Family Business and how they have developed in response to the institutional environments of ASEAN
  • Dr Michal Lemanski

    Responsible Leadership in Asia, Responsible Consumption in Asia, E-Waste in Asia
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Education Migration Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Mohan Avvari

    My interest and expertise is around business organisations developing capabilities for sustainable strategies and Innovation. In particular how businesses develop inter-organizational linkages for enhancing innovation and also for developing sustainable /socially responsible strategies in Asia. I have also developed expertise around how small and medium enterprises (SMEs), particularly those located in 'regional clusters', develop linkages or form networks for their business strategies and innovation. I have done work in the above area in the context of Malaysia, India and South Korea.
    Business and economy innovation Responsible Business innovation systems Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Punita Bhatt

    Entrepreneurship Education in Developing and Emerging Markets; Social Entrepreneurship/innovation in Asia; Empowerment of marginalised communities through entrepreneurship programmes; Women's Entrepreneurship; Community based entrepreneurship in cooperatives and social enterprises.
    Business and economy Environment Sustainable development goals agriculture
  • Dr Kun Jiang

    My research in China Economy addresses the dynamics of the political economy of Chinese private firms. I am also interested in how government R&D subsidies affect corporate innovation. The examination of the effects of China's industrial clusters is on top of my research agenda. In future, I aim to explore the mechanism and determinants through which FDI spillovers take place in China.
    Business and economy Politics Governance Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Lara Bianchi

    My area of expertise is workers' rights in Global Value Chains. I look at chains of production in South East Asia and their impacts on female workers. I'm currently leading a GCRF Project on Women's dignity in conflict-affected societies, looking at Mindanao in the Philippines and Peshawar in Pakistan. I previously worked on the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in Sri Lanka.
    Business and economy Gender War and security human rights Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Lina Zhang

    My research interests lie in the following areas: - Omni-channel retailing supply chain - Digital supply Chain - Sustainable supply chain My research methods include mathematical programming and game theory.
  • Dr Kin Boon Tang

    Capital market analysis and derivative investment.
  • Dr Jinmin Wang

    My research mainly focuses on international strategy of Chinese multinational companies, digital entrepreneurship, business model innovation, industrial clusters and regional development in China.
    0115 7484474 / 07879878957
    Business and economy Trade Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
  • Dr Huamao Wang

    I have been doing researches about small and medium enterprises' loan borrowing under insurance institutions' guarantees in China. I am also carrying on FinTech projects about apply machine learning, deep learning, etc artificial technology to solving current challenges of sustainable development in terms of financial product pricing, individual and firms' credit assessment, financing, and investment.
    Business and economy Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Jane Nolan

    Jane is an interdisciplinary scholar drawing on theoretical approaches from sociology, anthropology and management studies. Her research interests in Asia are: State influence on management decision-making and corporate governance in financial MNCs operating in PRC; Expatriate management in PRC; Employee perceptions of organisational justice in Chinese banks; Elite global social networks; Comparative employee relations.
  • Dr David Birchall

    I have written on aspects of Hong Kong including the housing markets, socio-economic rights compliance, and the use of corporal punishment. I am currently looking at China's poverty alleviation strategy as related to business.
    Business and economy Law Politics human rights Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Dilip Mutum

    Research on Consumer behaviour, digital consumption and sustainable marketing in Malaysia.
    +6 (03) 8725 3754
    Business and economy Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Carol Hooi

    Competencies in the digital world, developing global human resources, mission accomplishment of expatriates, organisational best practices in professionalism, E-HRM, human capital management, human capital development, employee loyalty, change management, organisational justice, organisational citizenship behaviour, organisational learning capability, organisational performance, leadership succession planning, talent management, internship and cyber ethics and behaviour.
    +60 38924 8702
  • Dr Bin Wu

    Along the line of rural innovation and sustainability in China and beyond, I have had experience/expertise in grassroots innovation and entrepreneurship, social capital for community/bottom-up development, empowerment of small farmers and cooperative development, government intervention and successful conditions, supply of seafarers for global markets, multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary research methodology for project design and delivery, university-community partnership for social impact and entrepreneurship training.
    Belt and Road Initiative Communications agriculture Governance Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Annie Yi RUAN

    Dr. Yi Ruan is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at Nottingham University Business School China. Previously she worked as a Senior Manager of Technology Transfer at the Public Utilities Board (PUB) in Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Before that, she worked as a senior research fellow at the Division of Engineering & Technology Management and Institute of Engineering Leadership in NUS. Her research covers topics on the technology transfer between public and private sectors, technology commercialisation and entrepreneurship. She has published book chapter, case studies, and academic papers on the topics of Disruptive Innovation, Innovations in China and India, Technology Transfer in reputable journals. Her current research interests include entrepreneurial decision making process, academic entrepreneurship, business ecosystem in China, technology upgrading of Chinese SMEs, etc.
    Business and economy Technology innovation technology entrenpreneurship China
  • Dr Ahmed Barakat

    I am working in several research grants on Asian SMEs, fintech, financial inclusion, and climate risks. I am also supervising several PhD students working on these areas in Asian countries.
    Business and economy Environment Operational Risk Cyber Risk Insurance Disclosures Financial Reporting
  • Dr Aditya Jain

    Dr Jain's expertise lies in public policy and risk management of the psychological and social work environment, aimed at business and societal sustainability and promotion of wellbeing at work.
    0115 828 3033
    Business and economy Education Law Politics Psychology Sociology Governance human rights Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Public Policy risk management psychological work environment social work environment business sustainability societal sustainability wellbeing at work wellbeing business in society labour law employment relationship business responsibility sustainable development working conditions decent work voluntary standards social dialogue corporate social responsibility future of work
  • Professor Tony Bush

    Education in Asia: Leadership in schools in Malaysia (Ministry of Education; Research on the 'implementation gap' between policy and practice in Southeast Asia (HEAD Foundation); Inclusion in Asia (UNESCO 2015); British Council funded research on school management in China.
    0115 913 0417
    Education education leadership policy Malaysia Management China
  • Dr Zhihong Yu

    China and the world economy, Asian firms' responses to globalisation, trade liberalisation, foreign direct investment, and global value chains.
    0115 846 8267
    Business and economy International Relations China world economy Asia globalisation Trade Liberalisation Foreign direct investment global value chains
  • Professor Peter Ling

    Gandhian nonviolence. My expertise is on Martin Luther King but this has entailed understanding Gandhi's influence. Indian reaction to the JFK assassination.
    0778 9374329
    Energy History International Relations Politics Sociology World human rights Identity and Rights
  • Dr Ruth Maxey

    20th-century and contemporary American literature, especially fiction; Asian American studies; immigrant writing in the United States; American autobiography as a form.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8119 , +44 (0) 7742 919 769
    Arts and Culture Cultures Migration American Literature fiction asian Contemporary Immigrant United States
  • Dr Hongwei Bao

    My research focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) visual and performance culture in contemporary China and transnationally. I also study media and cultural practices in the Chinese diaspora.
    0115 84 67465
    Arts and Culture Communications Cultures Gender History Sociology Identity gay politics China social media Media Asia films Gender sexuality
  • Professor Dave Towey

    I was born in England, carry Irish and British passports, and have lived in many different places around the world. I've lived in Asia since the 1990s, having worked in Japanese industry (in Computer Science); done a PhD in Hong Kong (in Computer Science); been a teacher and teacher trainer in Hong Kong; helped establish the first Mainland China--Hong Kong "Sino-foreign" higher education institution (2005-2013); and have been at UNNC since 2013.
  • Dr Amr Ahmed

    Expertise in AI and Machine Learning and their applications in computer vision and image/video analysis. Particular domains include Health (Detection and diagnostic support, less-invasive monitoring, ...etc.) and AgriFood Technologies (Auto. Grading, quality assessment, monitoring fields from Aerial photos/videos).
    Science agriculture
  • Dr Fei Ling Yap

    My research areas of interest are primarily on stem cell immunology, cell based therapy and cancer immunotherapy.
  • Dr Zhi Xiang Ng

    Dr Ng is attached to the School of Biosciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham Malaysia. He obtained his PhD in Molecular Biochemistry from the University of Malaya and PGCHE from the University of Nottingham. He is also a Fellow of UK Advanced Higher Education (FHEA) and a member of Malaysian Scientific Association (MSA). Currently he serves as an academic editor for twelve scientific journals and has involved in the peer review of more than 40 international science indexed journals. The significance of his works has been recognized in a number of research grant capture, scholarly publications, conferences and symposia.
    Health and Medicine Science agriculture biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical
  • Professor Festo Massawe

    Our research focuses on improving productivity, quality and value of food crops. We develop sustainable crop production practices and build resilient food systems. We also research food environments in transitioning economies and how these could be shaped to deliver sustainable and healthy diets.
    Environment Science agriculture biosciences
  • Professor Ian Fisk

    As Professor of Flavour Chemistry, Professor Fisk runs the Food Flavour group at the University of Nottingham. His research interests lie in flavour management (plant biology, agricultural techniques, food production through to consumption) and fundamental food chemistry to support novel processing technologies and commercial products.
    Science Agriculture and Food Science agriculture Food Chemistry food processing Flavour Chemistry Flavour Chem Aroma Chemistry
  • Dr Yuh-Fen Pung

    Current research focus on using mitochondrial bioenergetics to address issues related to obesity, diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular physiopathology. Besides, I am using mitochondrial function as the surrogate to assess toxicity of nanomaterials in eukaryotic cells and microbes.
    +(6)03 87253748
    Health and Medicine Security Obesity diabetes health bioscience life sciences
  • Professor Neil Thomas

    Anti-cancer drugs targeting. Development of anti-tuberculosis drugs. Protein engineering and creation of antibody mimics. Biological catalysis and its applications to chemistry and medicine. Development of new bioluminescence and fluorescence enzyme assays. Development of new nucleic acid aptamers as antibody substitutes.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3565
    Chemistry Science chemistry cancer drug tuberculosis protein Engineering enzyme antibody
  • Professor Robert Jones

    Solid and Liquid surfaces in ultra-high vacuum. Surface techniques generally, low energy electron diffraction (LEED), ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), angle resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (ARUPS or ARPES), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), work function measurements, temperature programmed desorption (TPD). Ultra-high vacuum technology. Surface reactivity and kinetics. Developing new methods involving "line of sight mass spectrometry" techniques, imaging gas analysers and imaging mass spectrometry. Surface structure research. Developing and using synchrotron based methods, particularly X-ray Standing Wave (XSW) analysis, Normal Incidence X-ray Standing Wave Analysis (NIXSW), variable period X-ray standing wave analysis (VPXSW) and near edge X-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS). Interface systems studied include Solid/Liquid and Liquid/Gas interfaces. Adsorption/absorption of solute molecules at these surfaces. Self assembly at surfaces. Gas capture of CO2, SO2 and others by ionic liquids. Solid surfaces include metal single crystal surfaces such as: Cu(111), Cu(110), Cu(100), Au(111), Au(110), Ni(111), Ni(100), Al(100), Cr(100) and semiconductor surfaces such as Si(100), InSb(001). Adsorbates include small molecules (water, acetone,methanol, ethanol, SO2, etc.), halogens (Cl2, Br2, I2), halocarbons (CCl4, CHCl3, dichoroethane, CF3I, etc.), thiols and disulfides (CH3SH, CH3SSCH3 and others). Ionic liquids used to form liquid interfaces include imidazoliums, pyrrolidiniums, phosphoniums and other cations paired with tetrafluoroborate, hexafluorophosphate, bi[(trifluoromethyl)sulfonyl]-imide, and other anions.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3468
    Chemistry Energy Science chemistry Science surface Surface Structure
  • Professor Steven Howdle

    Clean chemistry. Clean synthesis of polymers/plastics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3486
    Chemistry Science Science chemistry clean synthesis polymers plastics
  • Dr Robert Mokaya

    New inorganic materials that have improved properties and are cheap and environmentally friendly. Designs, synthesises and characterises novel porous inorganic materials and studies their structure-property relations.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6174
    Chemistry Environment Science chemistry Materials Environment Synthesies Charterises
  • Professor Gerry Pattenden

    Organic natural products. Strategies and tactics in the total synthesis of biologically active compounds from nature. Contemporary synthetic methods.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3529
    Chemistry Science chemistry organic synthesis Biologically compounds nature
  • Professor Jonathan Hirst

    Computational approaches to modelling the shape and motion of proteins and the computer-aided design of potential new drug compounds. The computer methods employed include: quantum chemistry; simulation bioinformatics; neural networks; and statistics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3478
    Chemistry Science chemistry quantum statistics neural networks bioniformatics Science computational
  • Professor Martyn Poliakoff

    Green chemistry and approaches to sustainable chemistry. Clean chemical processing and reactions. Supercritical fluids, particularly supercritical carbon dioxide and supercritical water.
  • Dr Panos Soultanas

    Potential anti-microbial targets for the development of new antibiotics. The molecular mechanism of action of enzymes involved in the replication of DNA. DNA helicases, the enzymes that unwind the double helix and allow access to genetic information locked within the sequences of the bases.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3525
    Chemistry Science chemistry Anti- microbial antibiotics enzymes DNA genetics
  • Dr Richard J Wheatley

    Quantum chemistry. Computers in chemistry. Mathematics in chemistry.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3454
    Chemistry Science chemistry quantum computers Maths Mathematics
  • Dr June McCombie

    Molecular astrophysics involving both observational spectroscopy and the modelling of molecules and dust in interstellar, stellar, circumstellar, nebular and cometary media. High resolution laser spectroscopic studies of large and small clusters of molecules at very low temperatures. Worked closely with the Institute of Physics on their Diversity Programme, ex-chair Project Juno.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3551
    Chemistry Science chemistry Astrophysics molecules Internstellar Physics
  • Associate Professor Jonathan McMaster

    The role of metal centres in biology that catalyse important biological transformations - understanding how nature uses the properties of metals to achieve specific biological tasks.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3498
    Chemistry Science chemistry biology Metals Catalyse Transformations
  • Professor Meryem Duygun

    Banking; insurance; risk; SMEs access to finance; Artificial intelligence and Financial services; FinTech
    +44 (0) 115 9515 267
    Business and economy Technology Banking finance Insurance artificial intelligence
  • Professor Ken Starkey

    Management; sustainable management; organisational learning; public policy; the role and future of business schools. Fellow of the Sunningdale Institute of the National School of Government.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5260
    Business and economy Management sustainable Public policy business Government
  • Professor Kok Wei Khong

    Expertise in data analytics particularly in the use of Machine Learning (ML) structural equation modeling (SEM), social media analytics and text mining.
    +60 38924 8019
    Business and economy Communications data analysis machine learning Structural Equation Modelling social media Malaysia Indonesia
  • Professor Emmanuel Adegbite

    African businesses and their strategies for corporate governance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and management control systems. Africapitalism.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6203
    Business and economy Africa Capitalism corporate social responsibility (CSR) corporate soc corporate governance
  • Professor Chee Wei Phang

    Culture and information technology use and cultural influence on marketing strategies.
    Business and economy Cultures Education Culture information technology cultural influence marketing strategies China Malaysia Singapore
  • Professor David Paton

    The Post-Brexit economy, economics of sport (particularly cricket); gambling taxation; Economics of abortion, family planning and teenage pregnancy.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6601
    Brexit Business and economy business economic Economy Gambling markets Taxes abortion family planning teenage pregnancy pregnancy
  • Paraskevas Vezyridis

    Studies of big data and Artificial Intelligence, based on Electronic Health Records in the context of National Health Services. Data ethics. Health Informatics. Scientometrics.
    +44 (0) 115 8466082
    Health and Medicine Technology Health Informatics Scientometrics Big Data Analytics artificial intelligence NHS
  • Professor Alain Chong

    E-business, technology acceptance and healthcare information systems implementations in Asia. Specifically interested in new technologies such as blockchains, social media, big data, live streaming and their impact in business and society in Asia.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8587
    Business and economy Blockchain e-business healthcare information systems social media big data Asia
  • 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
    Business and economy Technology World technology entrenpreneurship Mathematics Financial services software engineering
  • Dr Yingfa Lu

    Accounting, accounting profession, accounting history, auditing, corporate governance, business law, and professional negligence.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8480
  • Dr Wei Huang

    Corporate finance, market based accounting research, and SME finance and innovation. Has published extensively in high quality finance, accounting, and economics journals.
    +86 574 8818 0233
    Business and economy China Malaysia corporate finance accounting Research SME finance innovation
  • Dr Tiantian Zhang

    ASEAN financial market integration, banking markets in Asia, supply Chain finance and inclusive finance in China.
    +86 574 8818 0364
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy ASEAN financial markets Integration banking markets Asia Supply Chain finance China
  • Dr Steven Zhou

    Focus on bridging world and management practices in academia and exploring the root of Chinese management and innovation from Chinese traditional culture.
    +86 574 8818 8803
    Architecture and Built Environment Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures China Management business culture innovation traditions
  • Dr Thomas Chesney

    People's interaction with, and reaction to, information systems. Virtual worlds.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7759
    Business and economy Rights Lab business people interactions Information systems virtual world
  • Dr Sally Hibbert

    Donor decision making; emotional influences on consumer behaviour; ethical consumption; donor behaviour/charitable giving; consumer vulnerability and disadvantage; consumer education; customer participation; value co-creation.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7653
    Business and economy business Donor emotional consumer Behaviour ethical consumption charitable education
  • Dr Shih-wei Hsu

    Knowledge management in the Chinese context, leadership and social movement organisations.
    +86 574 8818 0293
    Business and economy Cultures Psychology China knowledge management leadership social movement organisations Asia
  • Dr Simon Parker

    I can provide comment, interviews, articles on management issues, co-operatives, workplace democracy, essay mills, banking, regulation, accreditation, culture, time and temporality.
    +44 (0) 115 8466624
    Business and economy Workplace culture Banking Capitalism co-operation Essay mills organisation Organisational culture
  • Dr Robert A Lambert

    Environmental history. Tourism and the environment. Sustainable tourism. Eco-tourism. Environmental management. Environmental policy. Birds and birdwatching. British wildlife. Television and radio natural history/wildlife programming. BBC Natural History Unit. Australia and New Zealand ecology. Public history and heritage. Environmental geography. Landscape history. Antarctica.
    +44 (0)115 8466699/07799 126461/+44 (0)1664 822150
    Brexit Business and economy Environment History World Environment Tourism birds wildlife Television and Radio australia new zealand ecology history heritage landscape Geography Antarctica
  • Dr Saileshsingh Gunessee

    'China-related economics', which include: Chinese companies drive to 'go global', Chinese companies becoming truly global corporations, Chinese foreign economic engagement in light of the Belt & Road Initiative, understanding the 'Economics of Belt and Road Initiative', entrepreneurial innovation in China.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 8231
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy China's economy global corporations Belt and Road Initiative entrepreneurial innovation China Asia
  • Dr Nafis Alam

    Islamic banking and finance with special emphasis on banking efficiency, corporate governance and risk management issues. Banking sector development and economic growth.
    +6 (03) 89248279 , +6 0162575486
    Brexit Business and economy business Islamic Banking finance Goverment Effciency economic
  • Dr Marc Idelson

    Applied Sino-Western comparative philosophy.
    +86 574 8818 6072
    Business and economy Mathematics Sociology China business philosophy Hong Kong Taiwan
  • Dr Maria Luo

    Service marketing in the greater China region, specifically in customer relationship management, service recovery, E-WoM, and customers' aggressive behaviours.
    +86 574 8818 9264
    Business and economy Service marketing greater China region Customer Relationship Management service recovery E-WoM China Japan
  • Dr Lei Li

    Internationalisation strategies of Chinese firms, social entrepreneurship and social enterprise in Greater China.
    +86 (0)574 8818 0852
    Business and economy internationalisation strategies Chinese Firms social entrepreneurship social enterprise China Japan Hong Kong Bhutan Greater China
  • Dr Ken Yeoh

    Corporate governance in East Asia, particularly Malaysia. Focus on corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives undertaken by large publicly-listed firms in Malaysia (in particular, stakeholder engagement/management strategies).
    +60 38924 8258
    Business and economy corporate governance corporate social responsibility (CSR) Sustainability China Malaysia Singapore
  • Dr Judy Muthuri

    Corporate citizenship; corporate social responsibility and development; corporate social investment; supply chain and inclusive business; stakeholder engagement; corporate social responsibility in developing countries.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6615
    Business and economy business corporate citizenship investment stakeholders
  • Dr Kemi Yekini

    Corporate accountability through the transparency of corporate disclosures with keen interest in sustainability reporting, creative accounting/earnings management and fraudulent financial reporting, corporate governance - issues around non-executive directors and directors' remuneration and how these issues impact on the quality of financial reporting.
    0115 823 2432
  • Dr Jie Yu

    Expert in Information Systems, especially e-commerce in China, big data analytics in E-healthcare and Fintech.
    +86 574 8818 8360
    Business and economy Education Health and Medicine China Singapore information systems e-commerce Big Data Analytics E-healthcare Fintech
  • Dr Hannah Noke

    Innovation, especially in the public sector and SMEs.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6563
    Business and economy business innovation public sector SMEs
  • Dr Fui-Theng Leow

    Impact of digital media on information literacy and learning environments, as well as the development of creative media and networked-based pedagogy for education innovation and reform.
    +86 574 8818 8224
    Art Business and economy Communications Education Psychology multimedia instructional design pedagogy social media digital society
  • Dr Gerardus Lucas

    How strategic decision makers collect, interpret and act upon performance information pertaining to their organisation.
    0115 9515278
    Business and economy Trade organisational behaviour business collaboration strategic Organisational culture decision makers
  • Dr Hafez Abdo

    Specialist in accounting and taxation of the extractive industries with special focus on the oil and gas industry. Has also researched and done media commentary on energy policy topics.
    0115 7487570
    Business and economy Energy accounting Taxation Energy Policy oil gas extractive industries UK energy policy Regulations
  • Dr Haibo Zhou

    Entrepreneurship and innovation in Northeast Asia.
    +86 57488 188 8802
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Northeast Asia innovation Entrepreneurship
  • Dr Émilie Lapointe

    Mentoring and leadership in the Chinese context.
    +86 0574 8818 6423
    Business and economy Mentoring leadership China business
  • Dr Chee Meng Tan

    Dr Tan looks at how panda diplomacy, infrastructure investment and Confucius Institutes influence foreign public opinion towards China. Dr Tan also looks at how people's trust in the state is altered when foreign governments engage with China through the three aforementioned Chinese public diplomacy tools.
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy International Relations Trade Panda Diplomacy Trade Confucius Institute diplomacy business China
  • 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 Casey Watters

    Commercial law in East Asia, published on corporate insolvency, bankruptcy, cross-border insolvency, mergers and acquisitions and piercing the corporate veil. Previously the Yong Pung How Research Fellow at Singapore Management University School of Law's Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia ("CEBCLA").
    +86 574 8818 8702
    Business and economy Law Commercial Law East Asia corporate insolvency bankruptcy cross-border insolvency Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Dr Alexander Trautrims

    Logistics and supply chains ie. the operations that are run behind every business, with a focus on the retail sector. How products get to the supermarket shelf, collaboration between retailers and suppliers, sustainability issues ie. food miles, and the impact of online shopping on the retail sector. Vulnerability of supply chains and logistics networks.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1414
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Environment International Relations Rights Lab Logistics supply chains business retail supermarkets retailers Sustainability modern slavery human rights sustainability scandals
  • Andrew Corcoran

    Digital technologies; internet of things, chatbots, artificial intelligence, cybercrime, fake news, cloud, blockchain, augmented and virtual reality, 3D prinitng, sensors, big data analytics.
    +44 (0) 115 8467652
    Business and economy Technology Big Data Analytics chatbots artificial intelligence cybercrime fake news Cloud Blockchain augmented and virtual reality 3D prinitng sensors internet of things
  • Caroline Emberson

    Modern slavery risk in UK public services such as adult social care
    +44 (0)115 8466 121
    Business and economy Rights Lab modern slavery Rights Lab social care public services
  • Dr Abby Zhou

    Multinational corporations from emerging economies in Asia, indigenous innovation and management practices in China.
    +86 574 8818 8697
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Multinational Corporations emerging economies Asia indigenous innovation Management China India
  • Dr Anastasios Pagiaslis

    Expert in brands and advertising. How consumers behave and why. How you do research especially market research and how you can interpret research results as well as actually interpreting academic research results for the public.
    +44 (0) 115 8466257
    Business and economy brand awareness consumer behaviour Advertising shopping
  • Professor Steve Harding

    Studying proteins, sugars and DNA to improve drug delivery.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6148
    Science Studying proteins sugars DNA drug delivery
  • Professor Sean May

    Arabidopsis (the first plant to have its genome completely sequenced). Seeds/germplasm. Affymetrix genechips (silicon chips that contain DNA fragments of the biological code of an animal or plants). Bioinformatics (computer oriented tasks in biology).
    +44 (0) 115 951 3237
    Science Arabidopsis seeds germplasm DNA bioinformatics biology
  • Professor Simon Langley-Evans

    Human nutrition and disease; coronary heart disease; renal disease; cancer; periodontal disease. Role of nutrition in pregnancy in determining risk of disease in later life. Diet, antioxidents and disease. Diet in pregnancy. Infant nutrition. Fetal development. Diet and obesity.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6139
    Health and Medicine medical bioscience Science nutrition disease heart heart disease coronary heart disease renal disease cancer pregnancy womens health diet diabetes Infant fetal Obesity
  • Professor Melanie Leng

    Use of isotopes in environmental research, in particular with climate change and human-landscape interactions, with increasing importance on the Anthropocene. Use stable isotopes as tracers of modern pollution and understanding the hydrological cycle especially in areas suffering human impact.
    0115 936 3515
    Environment Science isotopes climate change Environment Human Anthropocene pollution Malaysia australia turkey Vietnam
  • Professor Paul Wilson

    The economics of farming. BREXIT. Farm efficiency and performance variation. Sustainability and sustainabilty intensification. Agriculture and the environment; Agricultural policy. Food consumer behaviour.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6075
    Brexit Business and economy Environment Food Science economics agriculture farming food business Environment future food Science Brexit
  • Professor Phil Garnsworthy

    The nutrition of dairy cows and maximising the efficiency of feed utilisation for milk production without compromising reproductive performance. Rumen fermentation. Near-infrared spectroscopy. Ration formulation. Computer modelling of animal reproductive systems.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6065
    Science animals Dairy dairy cows Milk Production reproductive farming agriculture
  • Professor David Salt

    Plant science, agriculture, global food security, minerals, nutrients, food, diet, cadmium, arsenic
    +44 (0) 115 9516332
    Environment Food Plant Science plant science global food security Minerals nutrients food diet agriculture cadmium arsenic
  • Professor Ian Connerton

    Food safety, including E.Coli, campylobacter, genetically modified foods.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6119
    Science Food safety including E Coli campylobacter genetically modified foods
  • Professor Malcolm Bennett

    Plant genetics. Plant GM. Plant genomics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3255
    Brexit Food Science plant genetics Plant GM Plant genomics
  • Dr Tim Robbins

    Plant breeding for horticultural crops (potato and tomato) and top fruit including cherries and pears. Plant reproductive biology and specifically self-sterility and mechanisms used by plants to present in breeding. Petunia as a model plant. Petunia genome biology.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6329
    Environment Science plants horticulture Crops fruit cherries pears petunias Petunia plant biology plant reproduction plant breeding
  • Emeritus Professor Julian Wiseman

    Pig production, including meat quality, effect of diet on reproduction, diet, digestibility, history. Poultry production, including diet and digestibility.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6054
    Science agriculture pig production meat quality diet reproduction digestibility poultry
  • Martha Ledger

    My research project centres around the measurement of tropical peatland subsidence. I am combining localised ground measurements with the novel remote sensing technique (intermittent small baseline subset (ISBAS) InSAR) to create a regional picture of subsidence and carbon stock measurements in tropical peatlands in Malaysia.
    Environment peatlands climate change subsidence carbon Malaysia
  • Dr Sean Mayes

    Crops, plants, seeds, crop genetics, marker assisted selection, development of minor crops, resilient agriculture, oil palm, bambara groundnut, wheat, tea, biotechnology, breeding, seed systems
    Environment Science World Crops plants seeds crop genetics marker assisted selection development of minor crops resilient agriculture oil palm bambara groundnut wheat tea biotechnology breeding seed systems
  • Dr Sofie Sjogersten

    Expertise relates to the functioning and management of tropical peat swamp forests, land degradation, greenhouse gas emissions and sustainable agriculture. Involved in a UK Space Agency project using space borne platforms to monitor and manage tropical peatlands and a Global Challenges Research Fund project to develop less damaging agriculture on tropical peatlands in Malaysia and Indonesia.
    0115 951 6239
    Environment Science tropical peatlands swamp forests land degradation greenhouse gas emissions sustainable agriculture Malaysia Indonesia China
  • Dr Ni Yang

    Active collaboration on food science, specialised in flavour research, such as coffee and tea, and current interest focus on chilli and its active ingredient capsaicin. I am collaborating with Chinese academics and companies at various levels.
    Education Engineering Environment Science Sustainable development goals food flavour chilli capsaicin agriculture
  • Dr Ramiro Alberio

    Developmental epigenetics, developmental mechanisms, pluripotent cells, pluripotency, somatic cells, animal reproduction, animal cloning, stem cells, animal development, regenerative medicine, gametes, reproductive technologies, stem cell therapies, regenerative medicine, infertility
    Health and Medicine Science Developmental epigenetics developmental mechanisms pluripotent cells pluripotency somatic cells animal reproduction animal cloning stem cells animal development regenerative medicine gametes reproductive technologies stem cell therapies infertility
  • Dr Rebecca Ford

    Sensory perception, consumer behaviour of food and drink, food science, neuroscience, sensory signals, how we perceive what we eat and drink. Enjoyment of food, food choice, health, nutritional status. Expert beer taster and trains others to assess beer quality. Taste of drinking water, what makes a good 'taster', food choice.
    +44 (0) 115 9516685
    Business and economy Education Health and Medicine Science sensory perception consumer behaviour food drink food science neuroscience sensory signals enjoyment of food food choice health nutritional status beer tasting beer quality drinking water
  • Dr Debbie Sparkes

    Crop physiology and agronomy of temperate field crops. Organic crop production.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6074
    Food Science bioscience crop Physiology agronomy field organic production
  • Dr Fiona McCullough

    Nutritional status of the population. Health promotion and intervention. The relationship between food choice and dietary behaviour and the role of food throughout the life cycle. The effect of breakfast on primary school children. The role of 'good' bacteria in health and well-being. The treatment of type 2 diabetes in differing ethnic groups.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6118
    Science nutrition population health food dietary Behaviour breakfast children Bacteria diabetes ethnic groups
  • Dr Matt Dickinson

    Fungal diseases of plants, in particular the rust fungi. Methods for controlling plant diseases, including plant biotechnology.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3236
    Science biosciences Fungal diseases plants fungi biotechnology
  • Dr Christina Supramaniam

    Certification and best practices for sustainable palm oil estate management in smallholders. Molecular plant pathologist for soilborne diseases of tropical plants. Soil microbiome for disease suppression and preservation of natural biodiversity. Microbial biotechnology for agricultural waste management and green technologies.
    Environment Plant Science Science Sustainable Palm Oil tropical plants soilborne diseases biodiversity Indonesia Malaysia
  • Professor Kang-Nee Ting

    Natural product pharmacology with a focus on drug discovery. Working on various derivatives obtained from natural products local to Malaysia, as well as edible mushrooms used in traditional medicine. This includes studying the vascular and smooth muscle effects of these isolates for application in respiratory conditions, vascular diseases and overactive bladder.
    +60 38924 8209
    Health and Medicine Science drug discovery edible mushrooms Malaysia Hong Kong China traditional medicine isolates respiratory conditions vascular diseases overactive bladder
  • Dr Amanda Avery

    Dietitian by background. Worked in the NHS for over 20 years, in primary care and thus a broad range of knowledge re;diet and health, before joining academia in 2009. Research strengths: weight management across the life-course, obesity and diabetes, the double burden of obesity (obesity and micronutrient deficency), infant nutrition and general public health dietetics/nutrition.
    0115 9516238
  • Dr Amanda Rasmussen

    Plant scientist. I work with crops and horticultural species investigating how they function - how do roots form, how do they respond to stressful environments, how do they take up nutrients and water and what that means for the whole plant.
    Environment Plant Science Science Crops plants horticulture roots agriculture
  • Dr Chee-Mun Fang

    Identification and characterisation of antibiotic resistance bugs commercial poultry farms in Malaysia; Characterise bioactive compounds isolated from medicinal plant native to the tropical Asian region that could regulate immune response.
    +60 38924 8722
    Health and Medicine Science antibiotic resistance bugs medicinal plants Native tropical Malaysia Asia immune response
  • Dr Yan Pan

    Liver drug metabolising enzymes among the Asian population.
    +60 38725 3444
    Science liver drug enzyme metabolism Asia
  • Dr Eun Hee Lee

    My research focuses on sustainability (e.g. liveability and communication behaviour in new media) of Asian society such as South Korea and Singapore.
    Communications Cultures Environment Psychology Governance Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Andreas Bieler

    Globalisation. European integration. Trade unions. European industrial relations.
    +44 (0)115 9514492
    Brexit Business and economy Politics World globalisation Europe European Integration trade unions industrial relations
  • Gayathry Venkiteswaran

    Expert in journalism, press freedom, freedom of expression, media reforms, digital rights as well as media and gender in Southeast Asia. Dr Venkiteswaran has also done research on the intersections of online rights with freedom of religion and freedom of association and assembly.
    Communications Gender Press Freedom Media disinformation political economy of the media hate speech freedom of expression journalism
  • Dr Neil Mennie

    Neil is a cognitive neuroscientist, and has worked in the UK, the US and Germany prior to Malaysia. He is interested in the use of vision and how we use it in everyday life. His interests include face recognition, attention, stress and anxiety, AI, machine learning and psychology. He is also very interested in sensory devices to assist the blind.
    Environment Health and Medicine Psychology Science neuroscience vision Psychology Cognition Animal applied biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Matthew Ashfold

    Atmospheric sciences in Southeast Asia, trans-boundary air pollution, haze, air quality in cities, connections between climate change, climate variability and air pollution.
    +60 38725 3434
    Environment Air Pollution atmospheric sciences air quality haze climate change
  • Professor Richard Upward

    The behaviour of Chinese firms in the export market, with a particular focus on what happened to Chinese firms and exports to the US when export quotas were removed in the 2000s and the effect of the Hukou reform on the labour market in China.
    0115 951 4735
    Business and economy China Exports firms us export quotas Hukou reform labour market
  • Dr Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz

    Tropical ecology and conservation, working primarily on Asian megafauna (e.g. elephants), their habitats, and their interactions with people.
    +60 133 921 406
    Environment megafauna Asian elephants ecological function seed dispersal human-elephant conflict wildlife and infrastructure and stakeholder engagement ecology conservation
  • Professor Andrew White

    China's creative industries with a specific focus on the protection and exploitation for online content, and their business models.
    +86 574 8818 9285
    Art Belt and Road Initiative Communications Cultures Politics Sociology China creative industries online content business models
  • Dr Joaquin Lopez-Mugica

    Intersections between representations of contemporary art and the modern Chinese city.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 0193
    Architecture and Built Environment Art Education Migration China Contemporary Art Chinese cities representation migration
  • Dr Usman Khalid

    Economist working on the relationships that exist at the cross-section of Economics and Politics. Usman has worked on a variety of topics in the Asian context such as exploring the relationship between firm ownership and carbon emissions in China, and understanding the relationship between trade, outward FDI and economic growth.
    +6 (03) 8924 8255
    Business and economy Environment International Relations Politics Trade Economy Asia Trade politics Sri Lanka Malaysia Pakistan carbon emissions Economic Growth
  • Dr Leanne Chang

    Health information management and health decision making; exploring the communicative basis of citizen support for health policy making in Asian contexts.
    +86 574 8818 8551
    Communications Cultures Health Communication Mobile health Elderly Care family support Political Communication Communicative action procedural justice Asia
  • Dr Zhuo Chen

    Professor Chen brings expertise on public health systems in the US and China with perspectives from health economics and health policies. He has contributed to the understanding of social determinants in China and how policies may be relevant in improving health among less privileged populations including older adults.
    +86 (0)574 8818 8565
    Business and economy Gender Health and Medicine Economics of genomics health disparities social determinants of health big data analysis forecasting health workforce
  • Dr Ricky Jeffrey

    Chinese education system: - English language education at all levels. Extensive experience in teaching, managing, and teacher-training. - Higher education. One of the few non-Chinese to have managed a department at a major Chinese university (the English Language Center at Zhejiang University). - Transnational higher education. Experience with four transnational ventures in China, jointly run with UK or US partners.
    +86 135 6744 5204
  • Dr Nancy Liu

    Mostly my research concerns with translation and interpreting related areas such as media and language in social, political and cultural contexts. I'm interested in the intersection of language presentation in the media driven by various stakeholders, policy makers and societies.
    Belt and Road Initiative Communications Cultures Politics media translation studies sociocultural translation interpretation
  • Mandy Sim

    Mandy collaborates with government agencies, global organisations, business associations, and other stakeholders to identify pertinent issues in the service business industry which include inter-organisational linkages for innovation and marketing, talent for digital economy and business trends in Asia.
    Business and economy innovation digital economy
  • Dr Lily Yu

    Translation Studies, feminist translation studies, history of feminist translation, translation of women's writing, translation of feminist writing, women's studies, women in/and translation, gender Studies, gender in/and translation, gender in language, queer in/and translation, memory and translation, interpreters for the Japanese army in the Second Sino-Japanese war, museum narratives, museum text translation, audio-visual translation, comparative literature.
    +86 574 8818 8569
  • Dr Melissa Yoong

    I research and publish in the area of language, gender, employment, family care and female economic migration in Southeast Asia. My work critically examines how text and talk in institutional, media and public domains contribute to and present gender inequalities as natural and even desirable.
    Business and economy Gender Migration Politics Sociology Identity and Rights Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Ping Du

    My expertise is in intercultural workplace communication in China, especially in the area of conflict resolution. My research is at the interface of sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and social psychology. I collect and analyse ethnographic data including audio-recordings of meetings, participant interviews, organizational documents, emails and observation notes. My monograph was titled as Intercultural Communication in the Chinese Workplace by Palgrave.
    Communications Cultures Gender Psychology intercultural communication workplace communication conflict communication Discourse analysis Conflict resolution Identity and Rights
  • Dr Marieke de Vries

    My research focuses on autism and the link to culture. Several factors that are linked to autism might be influenced by culture, such as Executive Functioning, Language (e.g., multilingualism), Imagination, and Music.
    +60 387 253 605
  • Dr Siu Yee New

    Expert on developing new methods to simplify or accelerate the diagnosis or detection process, including cancer biomarker, drug screening, metal ion contamination, or toxic compound in food.
    +60 38924 8762
  • Professor Xiaoling Zhang

    China's creative industries, i.e., the film industry, the TV industry, new media technologies/social media, more recently focusing on their role in the nation's attempt to refresh its image and to build international soft power.
  • Dr Shixin Zhang

    My research focuses on journalism studies, media and conflict, media globalization and media management. I have published three single-authored research monographs entitled Impact of Globalization on the Local Press in China (2014), Chinese War Correspondents: Covering Wars and Conflicts in the 21st Century (2016), and Media and Conflict in the Social Media Era in China (2020).
  • Dr Thomas Barker

    Analyst of media and social change in SE Asia with a focus on Indonesian cinema. Trained in sociology with research interests in cities, media ownership, Islam, and transnational cinema. Author of "Indonesian Cinema After the New Order: Going Mainstream" (HKU Press, 2019).
    Communications Cultures Sociology cinema creative industries transnational Media film
  • Dr Siti Khadijah Zainal Badri

    My expertise is in areas of wellbeing and health in the Malaysia setting. Currently, I am exploring various issues related to the professional and public Malaysian population in the aspect of work-life balance, mental health, and quality of life.
  • Dr Hazel Melanie Ramos

    My work is primarily on the management of employees in various business contexts focusing on the attitudes and organisational contexts that affect performance and behaviours at work. I research employee wellbeing, worklife conflicts and psychological ownership. One of my key areas of research is the management of employees in family businesses and SMEs in Asia.
    Business and economy Education Gender Philosophy Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Muhammad Shafiullah

    I have expertise in trade, energy, and economic growth in South Asia.
  • Dr Lei Hao

    Dr Lei Hao obtained his PhD in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. His research area is on the phenomenology of digital technology, focusing on the debates around digital technology and subjectivity. He conceptualises the digital subject in the situated, material analysis of the affordances conditioned by subjective entanglements with technology. To develop this theoretical framework, Dr Hao has worked on the projects of Minzu Identity and ICT, Ethnic Minority Digital Cultural Production in China, Surveillance Technology and Digital Capitalism in China, the Concretisation of Blockchain Technology in Technoliberalism, Virtual Gifting Technology in Chinese Video Sharing Platform and Computational Propaganda in the past ten years. Based on his academic research, Dr Hao has worked closely with industry to make direct knowledge exchange. With over six years of entrepreneurial experiences in China and the UK, Dr Hao's professional background includes the Head of Chinese Operations in IOHK, an engineering company that builds blockchain technology. He is the founder of Access Digital Ltd, a consultancy company that provides insights into areas of marketing and technology. He has also founded Yuanju Technology Ltd, a software engineering company that builds applications for computational media.
    Communications Cultures Sociology Identity and Rights Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Hing Kai Chan

    Focuses on intelligent manufacturing and supply chain management, digital innovation, and sustainable operations and supply chain. Employs modelling, simulation and soft computing techniques. Had been working in the electronic manufacturing sector over 10 years prior to joining the academia.
  • Dr Sergio Camacho

    Dr Camacho is interested in the study of traditional music and performing arts practices in Asia in general, with a special focus on Chinese Orchestras as platforms for intercultural performance and their integration with Western orchestral practices, area to which he has contributed both via scholarly research and applied outputs, including several compositions, arrangements and orchestrations.
  • Dr Mary Jane Ainslie

    Dr. Mary J. Ainslie is an Associate Professor specializing in culture and media throughout Southeast Asia, with specific emphasis upon Thailand and Malaysia, as well as the wider intercultural links between the East and Southeast Asia regions. She is Deputy Head of the School of International Communications at the University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus. Dr. Ainslie has received funding for a range of projects from various international organizations, including the Academy of Korean Studies, the Korea Foundation and the Vidal Sassoon Centre for the Study of Antisemitism (for studies in which she was project leader). She organized the first symposium to study the consumption and reception of Korean pop culture in Southeast Asia and regularly presents her work in Europe, Israel, Korea and across Southeast Asia. She has previously worked for the Bangkok International Film Festival and was an invited speaker at the Khon Kaen International Film Festival. She has published in journals such as The China Quarterly, Korea Journal, The Women's Studies International Journal and The Asia Pacific Journal, as well as in numerous edited collections. To date she is editor of the volume 'The Korean Wave in Southeast Asia: Consumption and Cultural Production' (2015), 'Thai Cinema: The Complete Guide' (2018), 'Southeast Asia on Screen: From Independence to Financial Crisis (1945-1997)' (2020) has edited a special edition of the 'Horror Studies Journal' (2015), and is currently co-editing 'The Southeast Asian Gothic collection'. Her monograph 'Anti-Semitism in Contemporary Malaysia: Malay nationalism, philosemitism and pro-Israel expressions' was published in 2019, while her forthcoming monograph is under contract with Edinburgh University Press. In 2020 she was made an External Affiliate at the Max and Tessie Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa.
    +86(0)574 8818 0000 (8173)
  • Dr Minghai Zhou

    Labour economics, international economics and development economics broadly defined, including income distribution, labour unions, labour migration and CEO labour markets with a focus on China.
    Business and economy China Economic Reform Income Distribution Labour Markets Outward FDI economics Labour Economics development economics international economics
  • Dr Wing Leong Teo

    Economic fluctuations and economic policies, especially that of Malaysia.
    Business and economy Malaysia Economic policy
  • Dr Luke Emeka Okafor

    Economic issues that relate to international trade, regional connectivity, digital transformation, tourism economics, development process, and industrial organization with a specific focus on how firms, industries, and countries respond to globalization and shocks. This includes investigating the interplay between digitalization, economic resilience, and performance as well as COVID-19 effects on firms, industries, and economies.
    +6 (03) 8725 3716
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures Education Energy Environment Gender Migration Trade Corruption Governance human rights Identity and Rights Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Joanne Lim

    Society 5.0, digital media and society, particularly focusing on participatory culture via social media platforms, mobile (m-health) applications to improve quality of life; interculturalism and civic engagement; and smart and regenerative solutions for communities in the Malaysian-Southeast Asian context.
    Communications Cultures Sociology human rights Identity and Rights Sustainable development goals
  • Professor Christopher Day

    School leadership. Staff development. School standards. School improvement. Teachers' lives.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4423
    Education education school leadership staff development standards improvement teachers
  • Dr Ruby Chau

    Dr Chau is an experienced international social researcher. She has been involved in 22 funded research projects in Asian and European countries. She is specialised in comparative welfare study in Europe and East Asia, East Asian welfare systems, defamilisation/familisation, social inclusion of women in labour market and family.
    0115 84 68132
  • Dr Catrin Rutland

    Understanding genetics and gene therapy in humans/animals. Understanding anatomy in humans/animals.
    0115 9516573, 07780701710
    Animals Health and Medicine Science Veterinary anatomy genetics gene therapy
  • Professor Alan Smyth

    Cystic fibrosis. Clinical trials in children. Chest disease in childhood. Professor Smyth is Director of the Medicines for Children Research Network in the East of England (MCRN-East).
    +44 (0)115 823 0612
    Cultures Health and Medicine Science cystic fibrosis clinical trials chest disease children
  • Dr Racheal Tarlinton

    I work on infectious diseases of animals, including wildlife, domestic and livestock species. Current collaborations in Australia (koala retrovirus) and India (coronaviruses in horseshoe bats and small carnivores) are focussed around cross species transmission of viruses in wildlife species. Past projects in this region have included rabies and tick born diseases in roaming street dogs in India.
    Animals Environment Veterinary agriculture bioscience
  • Dr Jeremy Taylor

    Dr Taylor works on the cultural and social history of China and Southeast Asia.
  • Dr Uditi Sen

    I am a historian of modern India who works on migration, gender, refugee memory and politics of nation-building. My book, Citizen Refugee, explores how refugees from Eastern Pakistan struggled to rebuild lives in India. I have also researched and published on Indian women's participation in nation-building, and the conflict between tribal and settler communities in the Andaman Islands.
    Environment Gender History War and security human rights Identity and Rights Sustainable development goals India South Asia refugee Bengal memory oral history Diaspora Feminism
  • Dr Monica White

    Muscovite expansion into Siberia and the Far East.
    0115 8232177
    Art History Russia Siberia Russian Far East
  • Dr Andreas Fulda

    Dr Fulda has specialized in democratization studies, citizen diplomacy, and EU-China relations. His applied social and political science research bridges theory and practice and aims to shape German and European China policy.
  • Dr Weibin Li

    Dr. Weibin Li has worked on a number of topics in atomic, molecular and optical physics, including light-matter interactions, Rydberg atoms and ions, ultralong range Rydberg molecules, and quantum information and simulation with cold atoms. Currently, his research focuses on creation and manipulation of strongly correlated states of light and cold matter. Visit for more details.
  • Dr Eleanor Seymour

    Dr Seymour is an expert in gender and conflict. She has a specific focus on sexual and gender based violence in conflict and post-conflict societies
    Crime Gender Law Rights Lab Sociology War and security sexual violence gender-based violence Gender relations Conflict society post-conflict societies international courts sociology anthropology Gender studies human rights International Law
  • Dr Vicente Reyes

    I engage in research and consultancy work in Asia. The theme that I explore revolves around reforms and governance as well as the political sociology of education in various contexts. A particular focus that I look at is the interface of technology, big data and education.
    +44 (0) 115 956 7201
    Education Politics Governance Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Professor Jon Garibaldi

    Have spend a lot of time in China with research colleagues in my field.
    +44 115 95 14216
    Science computer science
  • Dr Sabina Lawreniuk

    Labour rights and working conditions in the garment industry; Global value chains / global production networks; Trade and development; Gender and development; Cambodian politics and economy.
    Business and economy Gender Migration Politics Trade Governance human rights Sustainable development goals
  • Dr Thamil Venthan Ananthavinayagan

    I am scholar from the Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL), my focus is the international law and human rights from a decolonial perspective. I have written on the United Nations human rights engagement with Sri Lanka which was published in 2019: I have been invited to talks via webinars during the pandemic but also before predominantly by Global South institutions in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and elsewhere. I consider myself as expert in the area in its interdisciplinary approach.
    Cultures History International Relations Law Migration Security Sociology Governance human rights Identity and Rights colonialism nationalism Racism Third World elitism post-colonialism
  • Prof Paul Torremans

    I have travelled extensively and delivered guest lecture on legal topics. I therefore know the legal environment well.
  • Dr Virginia Panizzo

    Ginnie is a freshwater ecologist and stable isotope geochemist whose work focuses on environmental change and biogeochemical cycling in aquatic ecosystems. In tandem with my research on algal proxies, I am interested in reconstructing the impact that humans and climate change have had on freshwater systems over the past 2000 years.
    Environment Geography Science Sustainable development goals Water climate change water quality pollution algae Deltas rivers lakes
  • Dr Scott Pacey

    Buddhism, new religious movements, and religion in Taiwan and the modern world. Multidisciplinary scholar drawing insights and theoretical approaches from sociology, history and religious studies. Interested in the interplay between tradition and modernity, and religious innovation.
    0115 846 6906
  • Dr Lonán Ó Briain

    My research is largely focused on mainland Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam. In that region, I study cultural history, intangible cultural heritage, musical infrastructures and audio technologies, cultures of ethnic minority communities and the environment.
    Arts and Culture Communications Education Environment History Music musical cultures southeast asia ethnomusicology cultural anthropology media studies cultural heritage
  • Dr Anna Croft

    Biochemical reactions, especially those involving free radicals, free radical enzymes, and antioxidants (including those found in tea, seaweeds and other natural product sources). Functional foods incorporating polyphenol antioxidants and peptides. Enzyme design and pathway design (underpinning synthetic biology) with relevance to Industrial biotechnology. Ionic liquids as industrially-useful solvents for bioprocessing and chemical processing of fine-chemicals, commodity (bulk) chemicals and materials, especially biomaterials.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6391
    Engineering biotechnology Engineering Biochemical enzymes antioxidants
  • Dr Louise Kettle

    Britain's foreign and security relationship with the Middle East past and present, especially military interventions (e.g. 1956 Suez, 1958 Jordan, 1961 Kuwait, Gulf War, Iraq War). Process of learning from the history of these experiences. Currently researching Britain's Middle East strategy and relationship with Iran.
    07714 216459
    Politics War and security World middle east history politics Security Conflict War iraq war gulf war iran
  • Roderick MacKenzie

    Solar energy; advanced materials; computer modelling
    Energy Engineering Technology Solar energy; advanced materials; computer modelling
  • Leora Hadas

    Dr Leora Hadas is an expert in media industries and media production, authorship, television showrunners and creators, media fandom and fan communities, brands, media and the environment
    Communications Cultures Environment media industry media industries media production authorship television showrunners television creators media fandom fan communities brands media and the environment
  • Dr Luciano Pollichieni

    Dr Pollichieni can cover terrorism and organised crime, human slavery in Africa (especially Nigeria), terrorist financing through criminal activities, radicalization and drug trafficking.Drug Trafficking (especially county-lines), Far-right terrorsim, Jihadi terrorism, conflicts in Africa (especially the Sahel and the Horn of Africa), and Human Slavery.
    Crime International Relations Politics War and security World Terrorism organised crime county lines human slavery Africa nigeria terrorist financing criminal activitism radicalization drug trafficking far-right terrorism jihadi terrorism conflicts in Africa Sahel horn of africa
  • Alan Watson

    power electronics; machines control HVDC High Voltage power supplies
  • Dr Edward Sellman

    Children's special needs in schools, particularly behaviour and behaviour management. Schemes in schools to give children extra responsibilities e.g peer mediation.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4425 , + 44 (0) 7989 954 027
    Education education children Special Needs school Behaviour
  • Professor Colin Snape

    Energy generally; decarbonisation; fossil energy - coal, oil and gas; carbon capture and storage; waste conversion - hydrothermal carbonisation.
    0115 951 14166
    Energy Engineering fracking energy shale gas shale resource Fossil fuels fossil fuel fossil energy coal oil gas carbon capture storage waste conversion hydrothermal carbonisation
  • Professor Janet Daly

    Emerging viruses of veterinary and human interest (e.g. influenza viruses and flaviviruses). Dr Daly's main research interests are in emerging and re-emerging RNA viruses, particularly zoonotic viruses such as influenza A viruses and the flaviviruses (Dengue, Japanese encephalitis, West Nile and Zika) but also including, orthobunyaviruses more recently.She studies the complex interactions between viruses and their host to try to better understand determinants of viral pathogenicity. She also has an interest in factors influencing interspecies transmission and the use of mathematical models to further understanding of disease transmission.Dr Daly has appeared on radio (BBC Material World) and regional TV news programmes in the UK and Croatia. She has also written for lay publications such as Horse and Hound magazine. Janet is also a mountaineer and dog lover.
    +44 (0)115 951 6475
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Janet Daly Influenza virus flaviviruses nottingham Vet School interspecies transmission disease transmission emerging viruses veterinary Human zoonotic
  • Sasha Garwood

    Sasha works on the connections between gender, sexuality, and food in culture, including eating disorders and the history of the body.
    Food Gender History anorexia Eating Disorders Gender women's bodies women's history
  • Mikko Hänninen

    Mikko's expertise lies on any topic related to retailing, specifically e-commerce, the platform economy and customer experience.
    Business and economy Technology Trade retail developments Amazon digital business models digital technology Digital platforms retail consumer services e-commerce platform economy customer experience Business School digital intermediaries black friday consumer behaviour customer behaviour purchase behaviour consumer trends customer trends shopping trends online shopping shopping online high street covid-19 Alibaba
  • Dr Aris Georgopoulos

    European integration, EU law, constitutional matters, European Defence and Security Policy (ESDP); defence procurement legislation and policy, competition law, state aids, public procurement, government contracts, public law.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6307
    Brexit Law European Integration Law Constitutional Defence Security legislation policy covid-19 procurement public law Public procurement law EU law Brexit trade
  • Dr Luke Butler

    Dr Butler is an expert in public procurement regulation and policy, namely the rules, policies and practices which govern how government contracts are organised (e.g. public-private partnerships and outsourcing), advertised, priced, awarded and challenged. Luke has a particular interest in industry sector-specific applications, most notably defence procurement.
    0115 84 66856
    Brexit Law Government contracts public procurement Procurement Outsourcing Brexit covid-19 coronavirus contracts covid contracts coronavirus-related contracts public procurement regulation public procurement policy international trade law single sourcing Public-Private Partnerships comparative law reform
  • Professor Jonathan Ball

    Emerging viruses, for example, Ebola, Zika, Mers Coronavirus, influenza. Viral vaccines and treatments. Blood borne infections, for example, HIV and hepatitis C.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0745
    Science biology Blood Blood-borne viruses HIV Hepatitis C Ebola Zika Influenza vaccines virus
  • Thomas Stanton

    Research focuses on spatial and temporal variations of microplastic pollution in freshwater environments and atmospheric fallout. With a particular interest in the prevalence of microplastics in the upstream reaches of the freshwater system
    Environment Geography Science microplastics Environment pollution freshwater plastic
  • Dr Bagus Muljadi

    Director of the newly-established Indonesia Doctoral Training Partnership (IDTP). IDTP provides a platform for research and knowledge exchange with the Indonesian government, higher education institutions, and industries. IDTP was established in partnership with the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (RISTEKDIKTI). Recent research focuses on includes publications on rarefied quantum gas dynamics, multiscale method developments, direct pore-scale simulations and reactive transport modelling.
    Education Engineering Environment International Relations Science Engineering Environment Indonesia Doctoral Training Partnership transport modelling chemical engineering quantum gas
  • Dr Lucy Jones

    Language, gender and sexuality; feminism and language; queer linguistics; gay and lesbian language; gender politics and language; youth LGBT identities
    0115 748 6089
    Arts and Culture Equality Politics Gender Language and Applied Linguistics sexuality feminism queer linguistics gay and lesbian LGBT
  • Dr Rebecca Senior

    Dr Rebecca Senior is an art historian specialising in visual cultures of violence, monuments, sculpture and material histories.Topics include art, colonialism, British art and material culture, exhibitions, allegory, symbolism, white supremacy, monuments, arts current affairs and art history.
    07933 805754
  • Dr Pierre-Alexis Mével

    Alex is an expert in the translation of works of fiction and can talk about audiovisual translation, film subtitling, dubbing, audio description, language in films and questions of accessibility for diverse audiences. He can also comment on audience reception and reaction to translation and its methods in film and TV.
    +44 (0)115 951 5893
  • Dr Shalini Ojha

    Neonatal and Child health research with particular focus on nutrition and improving survival of newborn infants. I am also interested in studies linking women's well-being and socio-economic interventions that link to children health. Supported by MRC and GCRF grants and in collaboration with Neonatologists based in India and Malaysia, Dr Ojha is leading studies into neonatal nutrition focused at reduction in neonatal mortality a key target with SDG3. She also has links with neonatal academics in China and her global health work also includes work in Kenya, Africa.
    +44 7469 037398
    Gender Health and Medicine neonatal women's empowerment women's health Child Health India China Malaysia
  • Dr Glyn Lawson

    Dr Glyn Lawson is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham. He is a member of the Human Factors Research Group (HFRG) and has been the Principal Investigator on projects worth over £2m, for which he has researched virtual reality technologies for applications such as health and safety training and vehicle design.
    Engineering virtual reality vr health and safety training vehicle design vehicle design training VR training virtual reality training Fire safety training
  • Professor Alison Pilnick

    Sociology of health and illness, with a particular focus on communication between health and social care professionals and their clients or patients.
    0115 95 15237
    Communications Health and Medicine Science Sociology sociology illness communication between health professionals and patients patient communication simulated patients healthcare training communicating uncertainty communicating risk patient choice second language in healthcare
  • Professor Alison Pilnick

    Genetic antenatal screening and counselling. Communication of genetic information. Pharmacist and client interaction and communication about the use of prescribed medicines.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5237
    Health and Medicine Science Sociology Antenatal screening Counselling Genetic communication pharmacist medicine
  • Dr Nick Stevenson

    Culture and media. Cosmopolitanism. Multi-culturalism. Citizenship. Ideas of celebrity. Men's magazines. Public policy in English schools, exploring issues related to the comprehensive and now post-comprehensive sector (including arrival of academies and fee schools).
    +44 (0) 115 846 7189 , +44 (0) 115 925 6983
    Culture Media Cosmopolitanism Multi-Cultralism citizenship magazines schools
  • Dr Anne-Marie Caroline Kramer

    The meaning and significance of family history/genealogy within personal, family and national life in the UK. Also reproductive politics, particularly abortion debates, both in the UK and in Poland.
    +44 (0) 115 823 2440 , +44 (0)7939 366 283
    History history family genealogy personal national life uk politics abortion poland
  • Dr Richard Windle

    HPA axis and stress in disease. E-learning. Reusable learning objects.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0902
    Health and Medicine Science stress disease HPA Axis e-learning
  • Dr Rachel Gomes

    Adaptive bioprocessing looking at sustainable resource use towards wastewater treatment and chemical processes, with a particular focus on bioactive chemicals.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8883
    Energy Engineering Engineering Manufacturing technology Research bioprocessing sustainable waste treatment chemicals Bioactive
  • Dr Gianluca Sergi

    Film sound, filmmaking practices, Hollywood politics, scriptwriting, Hollywood cinema, Italian cinema.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7466
  • Professor Eugene Ch'ng

    Developing Virtual Reality technology for the production, storage and sharing of cultural heritage spanning large spatial-temporal scales. Develop technology for retrieving, processing, and tools for visual analytics for large social media datasets for understanding phenomena within connected societies.
    +86 574 8818 3049
    Archaeology Architecture and Built Environment Art Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures Environment History Science virtual reality augmented reality social media big data Digital heritage virtual heritage computational archaeology
  • Dr Jai Mackenzie

    My primary expertise lies in online parenthood, with my research focusing on how parents build identities, communities, social support and expertise in digital contexts. I am currently working on a British Academy funded project that explores the role of digital media in the lives of LGBT, single, and/or adoptive parents in the UK.During the coronavirus pandemic, digital media has become absolutely essential to the maintenance of our work and social lives, and even our basic survival. As we shift more and more of our daily practices to the digital sphere, we are seeing unprecedented levels of information, advice and social support being offered online. This will be new to a lot of us, at least at these levels, but it is old news to many of the people involved in my research, who are often parenting in extra-ordinary circumstances. The phenomenon of parenting with connection that I have observed in the lives of marginalised families is now becoming relevant to many more people and situations, as we begin to access extra-ordinary levels of social support, expertise and community building through digital networks and technologies.
    0115 748 7215
  • Dr Kate Law

    Zimbabwean history, South African history, Imperialism and Empire, Gender history, Women's history, Feminist History,Also history of British Anti-apartheid movement, history of contraception.
    0115 748 7254
  • Professor John Milbank

    Theology and social science: theology and politics; theology and philosophy (philosophical theology), theology and postmodernism. Nicholas of Cusa; Henri de Lubac; Thomas Aquinas.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7356 , +44 (0) 1636 819 224
    theology Social scene politics
  • Professor Tom O'Loughlin

    Origins of Christianity; early Christianity in the Roman Empire; early Medieval Christianity in Europe: 400-900; Patristic Theology; maps and religion; Catholicism. The Bible and the history of its use. Religion in Ireland and Celtic Christianity. Women priests. The papacy, ecumenism, the Eucharist. Death in the Middle Ages.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5852
    Arts and Culture Religion christianity Roman Empire theology Catholicism Religion Gender
  • Professor Philip Goodchild

    Philosophy of religion: critical theory. Relation between faith, credit, money, and financial and environmental crises.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5856
    Arts and Culture Religion Religion philosophy Critical Theory Faith money finance Environmental
  • Professor Tim Coleman

    Smoking cessation, particularly in a general practice context. Smoking in pregnancy and the use of nicotine replacement therapy.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0204
    Health and Medicine medicine smoking pregnancy nicotine therapy
  • Professor Sue Pryce

    Drug policy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4794
    Politics drugs policy politics International Relations
  • Professor Chris Pierson

    Property; contemporary welfare states; social policy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4865 , +44 (0) 115 983 0118
    Politics property welfare States social policy Contemporary
  • Dr Matthew Rendall

    Climate ethics. The ethics of risk-imposition. Distributive justice. The precautionary principle. Utilitarianism.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6231
    Politics politics ethics climate justice Utilitarianism
  • Dr Lucy Sargisson

    Green politics. Direct action protests. Women's issues. Utopias and political utopianism. Intentional communities.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4870
    Politics politics Green women Gender feminism international
  • Dr David Stevens

    Civic education in multicultural societies (including National Curriculum). Citizenship. Information technology in society and questions of public policy for redressing economic imbalances caused by this impact.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4529
    Politics education Multicultural society citizenship
  • Professor Paul Crawford

    Health humanities - humanities-based knowledge and practices applied to healthcare. Health communication. Health language (media, policy, practitioner, user/carer). Health/illness narratives. Social and cultural aspects of mental health. Literature. Madness and its representation in literature. William Golding. Florence Nightingale, her history, nursing practices and legacy.
    +44 (0)115 74 84417
    Health and Medicine Science health humanities healthcare communication Language Social cultural mental health Literature madness William Golding
  • Dr Lucy Roberts

    I am working on the water quality and biodiversity of coastal deltas in India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam.
    0115 84 68137
    Environment water quality flood management Vietnam India Bangladesh biodiversity coastline delta
  • Daniel Lewis

    Political parties memberships and how they understand their own history. Specifically interested in the inter-generational aspects. Also on how this would play out not just in political parties memberships but in wider society.
    +44 (0)115 951 5559
    Politics British Politics inter-generational young people party membership
  • Dr Debra Costley

    My research and expertise is in autism and the best educational options for children and young people on the autism spectrum, with a focus on girls, anxiety, social and emotional functioning. The support needed by autistic teachers is also a particular focus.Topics I can comment on include autism and girls schooling; home-schooling; alternative provision; autism and anxiety; impact on learning and on post-16 opportunities; interventions, preparation and support for teachers in inclusive schools.
    0115 9513706
    Children Education Gender Autism educational research School children school young people
  • Dr Natalie Martin

    Turkey-EU accession process including European security aspect. Turkish politics and foreign policy and its relationship to the EU accession process and NATO. State of news media freedom in Turkey.Turkish politics and relationship to the EU/USA/Russia. Effects of Brexit on European security. General news media freedom issues.
    0115 95 14791
    International Relations War and security World turkey European Union Politics media freedom Nato
  • Dr Will Meredith

    My background is in petroleum geochemistry and environmental science, with research interests in oil generation and biodegradation, together with fate of carbon in the environment.
    0115 7486410
    Energy Engineering fracking carbon Low carbon petroleum geochemistry petroleum Geochemistry oil oil generation environmental science oil biodegradation biodegradation shale gas shale resource
  • Lisa Gibson

    Libya/US relations; impact of terrorism; conflict prevention; US public diplomacy; citizen diplomacy
    American Politics International Relations Security War and security World War Conflict security and terrorism Libya US diplomacy US/Libya relations Conflict prevention and resolution
  • Lucy Mahaffey

    Modern slavery, human trafficking, exploitation, US trafficking laws, local focus, state of Oklahoma, comparative public policy
    Rights Lab Rights Lab modern slavery US trafficking laws exploitation
  • Dr Stephanie Coen

    Stephanie is a health geographer with expertise in gender and health. Areas include: the gender gap in physical activity; gendered aspects of gym environments; gender and health (men's health, women's health); gender/sex and health/medical research data and methods (e.g., male bias in medical research, gender/sex-sensitive approaches to health research); and arts and health research. Stephanie has extensive experience of media interviews both print and broadcast. She is also interested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    0115 951 5455
  • Ruben Leitao Serem

    Specific topics include: • Political, social, cultural and religious history of twentieth-century Spain (Second Republic: 1931- 1936; civil war: 1936-1939; and General Francisco Franco's dictatorship: 1939-1975) • The "memory wars" in Spain and Portugal (1999-present) • Portuguese-Spanish relations between 1926 and 1975 • Political, social and cultural history of twentieth-century Portugal (First Republic: 1910-1926; the Military/Estado Novo dictatorship: 1926-1974)Interested in external research collaboration and consultancy opportunities.
    0115 748 4297
  • Dr Jon Hoover

    Islamic Theology: Christian-Muslim relations. Ibn Taymiyya.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5886
    Arts and Culture Religion Religion theology Islamic christian muslim Relations
  • Dr Christopher Woodard

    I am an expert on philosophical views about well-being and about what makes actions right or wrong.I can contribute to discussions about what well-being really is (as opposed to what causes long life, or good health, for example). I can talk about ethical values or different views about what makes actions right or wrong.Ethics and political philosophy. Especially utilitarianism and philosophical views about well-being.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5844
  • Dr Michael Hannon

    I work on topics like: democracy, post_truth, fake news, political ignorance and political irrationality, knowledge and justification, skepticism.Interested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities, also print, online and TV/radio contributions.
    0115 748 7270
  • Dr Benedict Rumbold

    Moral and political philosophy.My research is principally in practical reasoning, ethics and political philosophy, as well as in seventeenth century philosophy, particularly that of Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes.In recent years I have written articles on a range of issues, investigating moral and political problems at varying levels of abstraction: rights' conclusiveness in moral reasoning and judgement; the right to privacy; the compossibility of human rights; distributive justice in the allocation of health resources; what, if anything, makes health care 'special'; biomedical moral enhancement.My current research considers questions around universalizability and the ideal worlds problem, as well as the normative significance of choices.
    0115 951 5151
  • Dr Matthew Duncombe

    Ancient Greek Philosophy, including Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Stoicism, ancient scepticism.Happiness, the good life, Stoicism
    0115 846 8832
  • Dr Andrew Harrison

    Dr Harrison's research specialism is DH Lawrence
    +44 (0)115 846 6456
    Arts and Culture Education History D H Lawrence Literature English Andrew Harrison
  • Professor Sarah Badcock

    Russia, the late Imperial and early Soviet period (19th- and early 20th-century); Russia's revolutions; crime and punishment in late Imperial Russia; Siberia; exile in Russia.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6495 , +44 (0) 1949 843 680
    Arts and Culture Russia Imperial Soviet crime punishment Siberia
  • Professor Richard Bell

    New Testament. Theology and science. Christianity and myth. Exorcism. Richard Wagner.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5858
    Arts and Culture Religion Religion humanities christianity Myth theology Science Exorcism
  • Professor Ian Ellis

    Professor Ellis has been involved in the practice of pathology for thirty five years and has an international reputation in clinical and translational research in breast disease, particularly classification and molecular pathology of breast cancer and evaluation of prognostic factors.
    +44 (0)115 969 1169 ext 56875
    Health and Medicine cancer health medicine Breast cancer
  • Dr Rachael Murray

    Smoking cessation; tobacco control policy; health behaviours in lung cancer screening; tobacco, alcohol & 'junk food' exposure in media.
    +44 (0)115 823 1389
    Health and Medicine tobacco health junk food TV cancer
  • Professor Andrew Fisher

    Teaching Philosophy to the young - esp. primary school children. Philosophy of Education - who should teach what? And who decides? Inclusivity in the classroom, safe spaces and trigger warnings, private schools and faith schools - should they exist? Cases for positive discrimination in admission to university. Philosophy of religion - religion vs science, reasons for/against God, demarcation of religion etc; Ethics - moral truth, moral facts, God and morality - how could they be linked? Applied ethics, normative ethics. Equality, diversity and inclusion - implicit bias, stereotype threat, chilly climates, decolonization of the curriculum, microaggressions, gender and sex, etc.
    0115 846 7647
  • Thom Davies

    Thom is a geographer interested in toxic geographies, environmental justice, and the refugee crisis. He has conducted research in Ukraine, Japan, France, Bosnia and the USA. He has written about his research in various media platforms, including the Guardian and the Independent. He is currently working on a project looking at border violence against refugees trapped in the Balkans (Bosnia and Serbia). He also writes about the 'slow violence' of pollution, with research experience in contaminated landscapes such as the Chernobyl 'Nuclear Exclusion Zone' in Ukraine and 'Cancer Alley' in Louisiana.
  • Professor Colin Thorne

    Professor Colin Thorne is one of the UK's leading expert in flooding. His expertise covers flood management, rivers and river management, including rehabilitation and restoration for environmental enhancement and rivers and development issues in South America, Africa and Asia.
    0115 951 5431
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Environment International Relations Science Sociology Africa America (South) Asia civil engineering Flooding Geography rivers Water weather IAPS
  • Alan McIntyre

    +44 (0)115 8231 307
    Cancer Health and Medicine cancer health Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Professor Michael Symonds

    Obesity. Brown adipose tissue and its role in energy balance. White adipose tissue. Nutrition in pregnancy and early life. Environmental influences on energy balance.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0610
    Energy Health and Medicine medical medicine Obesity nutrition pregnancy EARLY LIFE energy enviroment
  • Professor Paul Greenhaff

    Regulation of nutrient delivery/availability and energy production in skeletal muscle and the significance this has on muscle growth and function during exercise in health and disease.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0133
    Energy Science biology Skeleton muscle exercise health diseases
  • Professor Gavin Walker

    Hydrogen systems in particular hydrogen storage technology, including the preparation and processing of novel materials, materials characterisation and materials testing. Nanostructured materials.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3752
    Energy Engineering Engineering Materials testing Hydrogen
  • Dr Blasie Mempouo

    Sustainable development including environmental issues and affordable eco-housing and sustainable energy in Africa, China and the UK.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7132 , +44 (0) 7427 336 275
    Energy Engineering Engineering sustainable Environmental affordable Housing eco-houses energy Africa China uk
  • Professor Saffa Riffat

    Renewable energy and energy efficient systems. Air quality and pollution. Building environment. Refrigeration. Air conditioning. Heat pumps. Absorption systems. Ventilation.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3158
    Energy Engineering Engineering energy efficient air quality pollution Environment building refrigerators air conditioning heat pumps ventilation
  • Lan Xia

    88180000-8040 / 18142049906
    Energy Engineering Science Lithium ion batteries] electrolyte solvents electrolyte additives for batteries
  • Professor Mark Gillott

    Sustainable and renewable energy technologies, energy efficient systems and building/architecture. Air quality, ventilation and pollution. Refrigeration, heat pumps and air conditioning. Intelligent building monitoring and controls.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7677
    Architecture and Built Environment Energy Engineering Engineering sustainable Renewable technology architecture building pollution air quality
  • Dr Maximilian Mayer

    Expert in the global governance of science, innovation, and technology; China's foreign and energy policy and International Relations theories. Current research is focused on digital infrastructures and emerging global digital orders in Eurasia. Dr Mayer leads the Research Priority Group on Global Technologies and Political Order at the Global Institute for Silk Road Studies.
    +86 574 8818 8285
    Belt and Road Initiative Energy International Relations Politics Foreign Policy Energy Policy China Taiwan Hong Kong North Korea International Relations Theories Belt and Road Initiative
  • Dr Jee-Hou Ho

    Vibration energy harvesting, mechatronics and robotics.
    +60 3892 48119
    Energy Engineering Vibration energy harvesting Mechatronics Robotics Malaysia Asia
  • Dr Clare Burrage

    Investigations into Dark Energy and it's potential role in the expansion of the Universe.
    +44 (0)115 8467903/07733 361609
    Energy Physics Science astronomy dark energy universe galaxies Space Science Physics
  • Professor Michèle Clarke

    The environment, climate and ecology of the Asia-Pacific region for the last 30 years, including the complexity of their interactions with society, heritage and cultures. Recent themes have included agriculture and rural development; cultural and built heritage; low carbon and clean energy; rapid urbanisation and sustainable cities; and the energy-water-food nexus.
    0115 951 5446
    Archaeology Architecture and Built Environment Cultures Education Energy Engineering Environment Gender History Migration Science Veterinary climate society sustainable development energy ecosystems Cities Water agriculture heritage Asia
  • Dr Alison Mohr

    Dr Mohr's research focuses on the interface between energy, the environment and society
    +44 (0)115 846 8151
    Energy Environment World energy Environment and Society public engagement community engagemenet Developing Countries society fuel energy technologies policy
  • Nikos Evangelou

    Nikos Evangelou is a clinical academic neurologist with experience in multiple neurological diseases. He is an expert in multiple sclerosis, clinical trials, MRI and neuroimaging.Nikos has done radio and TV interviews, mainly on MS. He is interested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    0115 823 14449
  • Dr Wayne Carter

    Toxciology: understanding how the body responds and defends itself against environmental toxic exposures, and an examination of which and to what level exposures are causal for ill-health.Dr Carter has featured in the UK national press and media re the Salisbury Novichok attack, food supplements and environmental contaminants, given expert comment to the Science Media Centre, and has experience of live radio interviews.
    01332 724738
  • Nigel Hunt

    I am a health psychologist with a specific interest in traumatic stress, mainly but not entirely focused on war. I use a variety of approaches, but draw increasingly on narrative approaches to psychological understanding.I have also conducted research on the impact of alopecia (hair loss). Much of my work is international. and traumatic stress - Alopecia - Remembrance and memorialisation - History and psychologyPrevious media experience: Nigel has regularly appeared on local radio - Radio 4, e.g. Today, Woman's Hour, own programme on alopecia - Television, BBC, ITV, C4, Iranian TV - Most national and some local newspapersInterested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    0115 846 6484
  • Dr Spencer Jordan

    Creative writing (the novel and the short story); historical and experimental writing; digital/hypertext fiction; and literary geography, particularly as it relates to the digitally-enhanced context of the smart city.
    +44 (0)115 95 19413
    Arts and Culture Creative Writing Writing historical writing Hypertext fiction
  • Dr Dag Yngvesson

    Indonesian cinema from 1950-present. Local/regional comparative politics of cinematic form and style. Relation between cinema and other screen/performing arts. Relation between local literatures (historical and contemporary) and cinema. Cinema as a local political/counter-hegemonic tool. Javanese philosophy & historiography. Politics of Sukarno era, Suharto era, and Reformasi in relation to cinema and other mass media.
    +6 (03) 8924 8704
    Art Communications Cultures Media film Indonesia southeast asia Malaysia Thailand cinema politics java Sukarno Suharto Reformasi
  • Dr Ee Phin Wong

    The behaviour of wild Asian elephants and human-elephant conflict and mitigation.
    Wildlife conservation and management Wildlife Behaviour Conservation Biology Applied Science elephants Malaysia Thailand
  • Dr Kate Walker

    Stillbirth; induction of labour; childbirth experience; perinatal clinical trials
    0115 823 1581
  • Dr Stuart Smith

    Neurosurgery, brain tumours, drug delivery to the brain.
    0115 823 0920
  • Tim Hutchings

    Religion and digital media; religion and the news; online Christian communities and online churches; death and grief online
    +44 (0)115 846 8935
    Arts and Culture Communications Religion digital Religion grief online news Media christianity
  • Professor Ian Hall

    Asthma genetics. Pharmacogenetics. Cell signalling, especially in airway cells. Genetics of other airway disease.Asia Expertise: GCRF project based in Nepal working on respiratory disease and air pollution. Links with China through Ningbo hospitals.
    + 44 (0)115 823 0019
    Health and Medicine Airway Disease asthma genetics Cell Signalling health medicine disease respiratory Air Pollution
  • Dr Nicola Wright

    Mental health recovery, service user perspectives and involvement, barriers and facilitators of safe and effective care transitions from community to hospital, modern slavery and mental health.
    0115 822 4604
  • Dr Jasmeet Kaler

    Precision technologies. Smart farming. Precision agriculture. Sheep. Lameness. Cattle. Lameness. Sensors for livestock. Stakeholder decision making. Farmer behaviour.
    +44 (0)115 951 6564
    Animals Food Science Veterinary Precision technologies Smart farming Precision agriculture sheep lameness cattle Sensors for livestock Stakeholder decision making Farmer behaviour farming
  • Dr Simon Duff

    Dr Duff is a chartered and registered forensic psychologist with experience of working with adult offenders such as those who offend sexually against children, stalkers, people whose fetishes have resulted in criminal behaviour, violent individuals, and men who have committed sexual assaults and rapes.His work at the University centres on training future forensic psychologists, supervising their academic work, research, and clinical practice. His research covers a range of topics, primarily informed by his clinical work and the service within which he works.
    0115 823 2213
    Children Crime Health and Medicine crime sexual offences violent crime paedophiles rape stalking Forensic Psychology festishes pornography sex crimes sexual assault Grooming
  • Hope Bastine Education

    Sleep, mindfulness, mental health, lifestyle wellbeing, recovering from abuse, being born and raised in extremist/terrorist/cults groups
    +44 (0) 7442 922 3461
    Education Health and Medicine Psychology sleep behaviour pschology Trauma mindfulness mental health
  • Vicky Brotherton

    Research and policy on modern slavery - with a particular focus on the UK; UK modern slavery and human trafficking trends, research and policy; the National Referral Mechanism and the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner
    Rights Lab modern slavery human trafficking policy
  • Professor Lorraine Pinnington

    Assessment of feeding; assessment of swallowing; assessment of dysphagia; management of feeding and swallowing disorders; management of dysphagia. Assessment of chronic oedema in multiple sclerosis. Evaluation of specialist assistive technologies. Evaluation of medical devices. Rehabilitation; rehabilitation medicine.
    Health and Medicine medical medicine swallowing feeding disorder Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation
  • Marianna Laviola

    Development of computational models of human physiology and pathology: the ICSM (Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Systems Medicine) simulation suite. Modelling analysis of apnoea and rescue intervention during severe hypoxaemia. Personalised Ventilation strategies in the Intensive Care Unit. Respiratory muscles assessment by ultrasounds and opto-electronic plethysmography. Animal model of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
    +44 (0) 115 823 1008
    Health and Medicine Medical Imaging Respiratory Medicine medical imaging Human Physiology Labs intensive care
  • David O'Brien

    Chinese identity and policy; the Chinese political system; social science methodologies
    +86 574 8818 0000 (Extension: 9421)
    Brexit Politics World China China policy Chinese politics
  • Dr Nicola Royan

    Late medieval and early modern historiography. Kingship and national identity. Early Scottish literature and the reception of humanism.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5922
    Arts and Culture English Medieval history scotland scottish
  • Professor Mike Heffernan

    Historical and political Geography, Western Europe (especially UK, France and Germany) and North America. History of geographical and environmental thought. Environmental causes and consequences of war. Cultural heritage and conservation in Western Europe and North America. Archival research.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6144
    Brexit Environment World historical political Geography Europe North America Environmental cultural
  • Dr Jonathan Sullivan

    China and Taiwan: politics, elections, foreign relations, security, media, internet, pop culture, Chinese football
    +44 (0)115 95 14046
    Belt and Road Initiative China Communications Cultures International Relations Politics World China Taiwan politics Chinese football Chinese media Chinese Internet
  • Professor Judith Jesch

    Viking studies. Runic inscriptions. Old Norse.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5925
    Arts and Culture History English viking Studies age
  • Professor Richard Hague

    +44 115 951 3962
  • Dr Adam Clare

    Manufacturing technology, high value manufacturing, additive manufacturing and 3D printing, laser processing, aerospace manufacture, and biomedical manufacturing.
  • Professor Douglas Hartley

    Cochlear ear implants and their effect on the developing brain.
    +44 (0) 115 924 9924 ext 64848
    Health and Medicine medicine medical cochlear Ear implants brain development
  • Dr Tobias Bast

    Brain, brain mechanisms, behaviour, cognition, neuropsychiatric, neuropsychiatric cognitive, neuropsychiatric disorders, learning, memory, spatial learning, spatial memory, fear, anxiety, pharmacological treatments, cognitive enhancers, cognitive disorders, dementia, schizophrenia, neuroscience
    +44 (0)115 8467438
    Health and Medicine Science brain brain mechanisms Behaviour Cognition neuropsychiatric neuropsychiatric cognitive neuropsychiatric disorders Learning memory spatial learning spatial memory fear anxiety pharmacological treatments cognitive enhancers cognitive disorders dementia schizophrenia neuroscience
  • Professor Sarah Sharples

    0115 8232467
    human factors Transport Manufacturing healthcare
  • Sarah Speight

    History and archaeology in adult education. Roman and medieval history and archaeology. Early medieval castles.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6465
    Education education history archaeology roman Medieval Castles
  • Dr Sarah Cassidy

    Autism, with a particular focus on understanding and preventing mental health, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and suicidal behaviours in this group. My autism research also covers sensory and motor skills, social and communication skills, and ability to understand others' emotions.
    0115 9513470
  • Dr Shihning Chou

    Victimisation and resilience across lifespan, the development of vulnerability and harmful behaviour. Childhood victimisation, abuse and neglect; Child-to-parent violence; Elder abuse and neglect in family, community or health/care facilities; Parent-child interactions and parenting interventions; Staff experience and well being and patient aggression in forensic and healthcare services.
  • Sarah Goff

    Safeguarding Disabled children - Sexual Exploitation - Domestic abuse and disabled young people - Rights, choice, voice of disabled children and young people; relationship and communication-based practice -Challenges and benefits of multi-agency practice and working in partnership with families.
    0115 951 5400
  • 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
    Geography Science Technology World climate change biodiversity
  • Dr Sarah Jewitt

    Gender and environmental management. Forest use and management in India during the colonial and post-colonial period. Socio-cultural importance of forests and their role in community-based resource management. Technology transfers and the displacement of indigenous agro-ecological knowledge. The impact of 30 years of Green Revolution in India. Political ecology of natural resource management in Eastern India, intra- and inter- community variations in environmental knowledge possession and management capacity in Jharkhand, India.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5450
    Environment Gender Geography Rights Lab Geography Environment Gender Forest India Colonial post-colonial Community technology political Indian IAPS
  • Chris Stafford

    British politics, UK political parties, UK/EU elections, Brexit
    +44 (0)1476 577 523
    Brexit Politics Brexit politics British Politics elections
  • Professor 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
  • Professor Avril Drummond

    Rehabilitation research and evaluation of service delivery. Occupational Therapy. Rehabilitation research methodologies including randomised controlled trials. Rehabilitation research in stroke, TIA, traumatic brain injury, low back pain, total hip replacement, Multiple Sclerosis. Specific studies of GP fit notes, hemianopia, early supported discharge, fatigue, falls prevention, home visit assessments. Stroke units, re-enablement.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0493
    Health and Medicine Science Rehabilitation therapy stroke brain injury Trauma Low back pain Hip replacement Multiple Sclerosis
  • Dr David Hodge

    Probability, games of chance, mathematical decision making.
    +44 (0)115 9514966
    Mathematics Science Maths Probability games decision making
  • Professor Kwok-Leung Cheung

    Breast cancer, including primary breast cancer in older women, advanced breast cancer, endocrine therapy ('anti-hormone' treatment).
    +44 (0) 1332 724881
    Health and Medicine cancer Breast cancer breast Advanced hormone hormone treatment chemotherapy endocrine therapy treatment older women menopause
  • Dr Jonathan Wattis

    Mathematical modelling of DNA. Mathematical modelling of nucleation and phase transitions. Solitary waves in non linear systems.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3857
    Mathematics Science Maths Science DNA Nucleation Phase transition Solitary waves Non Linera
  • Dr Reuben O'Dea

    Mathematical biology; particularly the use of numerical and multiscale asymptotic methods to investigate how the interaction of processes occurring across multiple spatio-temporal scales gives rise to emergent system dynamics.
    +44 (0) 115 8466167
    Mathematics Science biology mathematical modelling Mathematical Medicine Mathematics
  • Professor Markus Owen

    Mathematical models to understand complex biological and medical processes from cancer growth to the way that plants grow.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7214
    Mathematics Science Maths mathematical medical biological cancer plants
  • Professor Thomas Sotiriou

    Gravitation, General Relativity, Alternative theories of gravity, black holes, compact stars, quantum gravity
    + 44 (0)115 951 4945
    Mathematics Physics Science Gravity General relativity Space black holes Mathematics astronomy Stars Physics
  • Dr Adam Watkins

    Fertility and reproduction. Sperm and egg quality and embryo development. Diet, lifestyle and fertility. Assisted reproductive technologies i.e. IVF. How our health as adults, especially whether we are likely to become overweight, diabetic and have heart disease, can be influenced by the health of our parents when we were conceived.
    0115 8230699
    Children Health and Medicine fertility reproduction sperm egg quality embryo development diet lifestyle and fertility assisted reproductive technologies IVF
  • Dr Nicholas Hamm

    Participated in two projects in China: (1) mapping the environmental determinants of echinococcosis in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (NHAR) and (2) mapping air pollution in China for input into environmental epidemiology studies. Also coordinated a joint MSc between the Univeristy of Twente (NL) and the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing.
    +86 574 8818 8980
  • Dr Qianlan Wu

    Law and business in China, competition law and merger regulation in China.
    0115 84 66309
    Law China Law business competition law merger regulation
  • Dr Nicola Carr

    Youth justice, prisons, probation and community sentences. Young people's transitions from custody, the effects of juvenile criminal records, the roles of pre-sentence reports in sentencing and LGBT prisoners' experiences.
    +44 (0)115 75 84 179
    Children Crime Law justice youth justice probation community sentences LGBT prisoners
  • Dr Jonathan Batchelor

    Dr Batchelor is a clinical dermatologist with research projects in vitiligo, a skin condition which causes loss of pigmentation of the skin, and eczema.
    +44 (0)115 846 6947
  • 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
  • Dr Benjamin Barton

    Chinese foreign and security policy, with a particular focus on China's bilateral relations with the European Union and its security policy on the African continent.
    +60 3 8725 3591
    Belt and Road Initiative International Relations Politics China Foreign Policy Security Policy Africa Belt and Road Asia
  • Dr Esther Bott

    'Niche' tourism markets and how local people negotiate them. Expertise in ethnographic research on: orphanage tourism in Nepal; 'tribal' tourism in Vietnam; adventure tourism in Nepal, Thailand (and Jordan and Patagonia). Currently working on a project exploring micro-finance, children's health and women's 'empowerment' in poor communities in Bihar, India.
    07985 652 137
    Cultures Gender Migration Sociology Tourism poverty power dignity Asia tribal tourism adventure tourism micro-finance women health
  • Professor Miguel Camara

    Antimicrobial drug discovery, biofilms, novel bacterial target identification, gene regulation, antimicrobial resistance, bacterial cell-cell signalling (quorum sensing)
    0115 951 5036
    Health and Medicine Science Antimicrobial drug discovery gene regulation antimicrobial resistance Quorum Sensing Asia
  • Dr Andrew Cobbing

    Cultural and international history of 19th-century Japan. Japan's cultural encounter with the West. Japanese source material from diaries to published works. Iwakura Embassy, which helped to shape state policy in Japan's drive for modernisation.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5946 , +44 (0) 7849 922 828
    History cultural international history Japan modernisation IAPS Asia
  • Professor Roshan das Nair

    Cognition (e.g. attention and memory) and cognitive rehabilitation following brain injuries and multiple sclerosis; supported test development, and the design of clinical trials to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions.
    0115 823 0589
  • Dr Margaret Gillon Dowens

    Psycho/neurolinguistics, bi/multilingualism and the effects of ageing on language, using both behavioural and online techniques (EEG/ERPs). Direct the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Laboratory at UNNC. Among current projects are studies with children, adults and older adults looking at morphosyntax and visual word and character processing in Chinese, English and Spanish.
    +86 574 8818 0515
  • Dr Pauline Eadie

    The Philippines, including politics, corruption, elections and 'People Power'; poverty ie. urban housing, population growth land reform; security including the Mindanao situation and terrorism, counter-terrorism and the Abu Sayyaf group; religion; the United States/Philippines relationship; migrant workers ie. overseas foreign workers. Disaster relief and rehabilitation.
    +44 (0) 7759544100
    Environment International Relations Migration Politics politics Philippines Corruption election population terroism overseas disaster relief
  • Dr Richard Field

    Conducted ecological research on the Krakatoa islands (more properly Krakatau); assembly of tropical ecosystems after 1883 eruptions.
    0115 846 6146
    Environment biogeography ecosystems ecology tropical Krakatoa Islands Asia
  • Professor Christopher Gibbins

    Developing sustainable water management strategies to help conserve aquatic organisms, working primarily on invertebrates and fish (Malaysia)
    +60 38924 8733
    Engineering Environment Science Sustainability water management aquatic organisms conservation Malaysia Asia fish
  • Professor Julian Henderson

    Science and archaeology. Ancient technologies, particularly glass, ceramics, metals and stone. Islamic archaeology in Syria. Scientific techniques used in archaeology. Silk Road
    +44 (0) 115 951 4840
    Archaeology Arts and Culture Belt and Road Initiative Cultures Environment History Science archaeology Ancient technology Islamic syria silk road Asia China Japan Indonesia turkey Kazakhstan Tajikistan Hong Kong history
  • Dr Nagatomi Hirayama

    Political and intellectual history of modern China, Sino-Japanese Relations, history of socialism and socialist movement. Primary research focuses on the Chinese Youth Party during the Republican era, examining its transnational origin and local development as well as its visions for state construction.
    +86 574 8818 8326
  • Professor Richard Hubbard

    Leads the Nottingham Health China project - a cross-faculty and cross-campus collaboration. The vision of this work is to promote evidence-based cost effective health care in Ningbo and China.
    0115 823 1385
    Health and Medicine healthcare health economics medicine China
  • Dr Chris Ives

    Expertise in urban ecology and the social dimensions of environmental planning. Currently undertaking research on how residents of Kuala Lumpur value and use green space and how connecting with nature can promote sustainability.
    0115 82 32536
    Environment Geography urban ecology Environment planning Kuala Lumpur Green space nature Sustainability Malaysia
  • Dr Alex Lechner

    Landscape ecologist with experience applying socio-ecological approaches along with spatial modelling (i.e. GIS) to conservation and natural resource management. Current research focuses on the social and environmental dimensions of urban planning in Asian cities and biodiversity conservation in Malaysia and Southeast Asia such as the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative.
    +60 38725 3613
    Belt and Road Initiative Environment Science southeast asia East Asia Belt and Road Initiative conservation planning GIS remote sensing Malaysia
  • Professor Suzanne McGowan

    Freshwater ecosystems, focusing on tropical floodplains including lakes, deltas and rivers. Work includes water quality investigations in the Red River Delta of Vietnam and mid-Yangtzse Delta of China, tracking recent environmental degradation in a lowland flood pulse wetland in Malaysia, aquatic biodiversity and water quality monitoring of Malaysian rivers, assessing sustainability of aquaculture in freshwater lakes of the Philippines.
    0115 951 5451
    Environment Water palaeolimnology biomonitoring freshwater ecosystems tropical floodplains lakes deltas and rivers water quality investigations Red River Delta Vietnam mid-Yangtzse Delta China environmental degradation Malaysia aquatic biodiversity water quality monitoring Sustainability aquaculture Philippines
  • Dr Gregory Moore

    Specialist in Chinese foreign policy and East Asian international relations and security. Also specialises in US foreign policy towards East Asia.
    +86 189 066 10487
    International Relations Politics China Foreign Policy East Asia International Relations Security US foreign policy
  • Dr Daniel Mutibwa

    Issues around emerging business models, community-building, sustainability and copyright that are shaping the direction of grassroots design and digital fabrication and hardware entrepreneurialism in the Greater China region and their impact on the global digital economy.
    0115 82 32251
    Business and economy Communications Cultures emerging business models community-building Sustainability Copyright grassroots design digital fabrication entrepreneurialism greater China region digital economy
  • 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
    Architecture and Built Environment Arts and Culture Education Gender 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
  • Dr Odette Paramor

    Involved with several European projects supporting EU-China cooperation in research and innovation ('DragonSTAR', 'DragonSTAR Plus', 'ENRICH in China' and 'URBAN-EU-CHINA'), and have supported the development of EU-China R&I calls in the areas of sustainable urbanisation and food, agriculture and biotechnology. Current research interests are in marine biology and assessing the impacts of human activities on marine systems.
    +86 574 8818 8998
    Education Environment Geography International Relations Science EU China innovation sustainable urbanisation food agriculture biotechnology marine biology marine systems
  • Dr Simon Roberts

    PI on International Social Security Association study of gaps in social protection including Australia, India and Thailand. Senior EU Expert on EU-China Social Security Reform Co-operation Project, Senior EU Expert providing technical assistance for capacity building in social security for Turkey. Co-Investigator (Policy and Governance) on Leverhulme Trust Sustainable Urban Habitats programme with empirical data from Shanghai.
    0115 846 7767
    Environment Gender Law Migration social policy social security pensions healthcare EU law institutional capacity building Governance Evaluation China Thailand turkey India
  • Dr Novita Sakundarini

    Eco-design, sustainable manufacturing, material selection, recycling oriented design, design and development of environmental impact assessment tool in product design, and development of expert systems for green design. Has established many research collaborations and university linkages in the area of manufacturing and sustainable design, specifically with Asia-Pacific universities.
    +60 3892 435 52
    Engineering Environment Eco-design sustainable manufacturing material selection Recycling oriented design Environment impact assessment product design Manufacturing Sustainable design
  • Dr Julian Stringer

    Hollywood. East Asian cinema. Issues of film historiography. Cultural politics of international film festivals.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4846
    Arts and Culture Communications Cultures hollywood asian cinema film history Culture politics international
  • Dr Yu-Ting Tang

    Brownfield regeneration in China and Taiwan from an environmental perspective, especially related to human health risk assessment.
    +86 1886 785 9379
    Environment brownfield regeneration China Taiwan Environment human health risk assessment
  • Dr Lisa Yon

    Reproductive physiology in elephants, including physiology, endocrinology and studies of adipose tissue and links between nutrition and reproduction; and the physiology of stress. Captive and free-ranging wildlife, particularly infectious disease. Zoo animal welfare, specifically in captive elephant welfare and behaviour.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6358
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Veterinary veterinary reproduction Physiology endocrinology wildlife Zoo animals
  • Dr Richard Lea

    Environmental effects on fertility and reproduction. General male and female fertility issues. Reproduction. Environmental chemicals in food.Dr Lea can talk on any topics relating to fertility, chemicals in food, pregnancy, pregnancy failure/miscarriage, environmental effects on populations.Previous media experience includes: Interviews on ITV Central, BBC East Midlands, Swedish TV News channel, radio interviews including BBC World Service, Radio Nottingham, Radio Scotland, NewsTalk 770 (Calgary), interviews with print journalists from various Newspapers - The New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, Nottingham Post.Dr Lea is Interested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    +44 (0)115 951 6426
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Veterinary reproduction fertility environmental chemicals Human Animal sheep dogs nottingham Vet School
  • Dr Hannah O'Regan

    The history of brown bears in Britain cave archaeology
    +44 (0)115 951 4843
    Animals Arts and Culture History Bears archaeology britain archaeology
  • Dr Sara Goodacre

    Spider genetics, biology and behaviour
    +44 (0)115 8230334
    Environment Science spiders arachnids life sciences biology genetics
  • Dr Kim Hardie

    Bacteria and infections. New antimicrobial therapies to curb and prevent infection. Hygiene e.g hand-washing strategies
    0115 8467958
    Health and Medicine Bacteria infections antimicrobial antibiotics hygiene
  • Dr Hester Franks

    Cancer treatment, cancer immunotherapy (finding ways to switch on the patient's own immune system to attack their cancer.)
    0115 823 1859
  • 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
  • Dr Tessa Langley

    Evaluating the impact of national-level interventions introduced to reduce smoking rates, such as the ban on smoking in public places in 2007. The impact of mass media campaigns on smoking. Smoking legislation and policies. E-cigarettes
    +44 (0)115 8231351
    Health and Medicine smoking smoking policy Smoking legislation e-cigarettes Tobacco packaging
  • Dr Katy Jones

    Alcohol and substance use across the lifespan. Currently interested in alcohol in later life, drinking after retirement, and the impact of alcohol on mental health. Alcohol and dementia. Alcohol units and measurement of units. Other work includes impulse control and decision-making.
    +44 (0)115 82 30418
    Health and Medicine alcohol ageing dementia Impulse Control decision making mental health
  • Dr Amanda Tatler

    Respiratory medicine. Molecular mechanisms of respiratory diseases including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, asthma and viral infections.
    0115 823 1683
  • Dr Ruth Griffin

    Vaccine development against infectious bacteria. Current R&D is focused on Clostridium difficile.
    0115 748 6120 or 07903 671528
  • Dr Karen Salt

    Dr Salt directs the Centre for Research in Race and Rights at the University of Nottingham. She is an expert on sovereignty, race, collective activism and systems of governance.
    0115 84 86459
    Arts and Culture Equality the History of Race Racial Politics Haiti and Caribbean Cultures activism social justice equality and diversity Minority Cultures in the UK Community Trust
  • Dr Alison Milbank

    Theology and culture: literature, art, architecture, film and music; religious aesthetics and ideas of the beautiful, ugly, horrific; Gothic and horror fiction and its relation to religion; Dante; Anglican theology, especially ecclesiology and the nature of the church; GK Chesterton and JRR Tolkien.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7209
    Arts and Culture Religion theology Religion Culture Literature Art Architecutre Gothic Horror
  • Dr Conor Cunningham

    The relation between science and religion. Theology and Darwin's theory of evolution.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7390
    Arts and Culture Religion Science Science Religion theology evolution
  • Professor Peter Morris

    Brain, MRI, Physics, Schizophernia, Spectroscopy, Stroke.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4750 , + 44 (0) 115 978 8656
    Medical Imaging Physics Science brain MRI Physics Schizophernia spectroscopy Stroke
  • Professor Richard Bowtell

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), particularly functional brain imaging using MRI (fMRI); NMR miscroscopy, coil design for MRI, magnetic fields and their interaction with the human body.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4737
    Medical Imaging Physics Science Magnetic MRI microscopy Magnetic Fields Human body
  • Professor Mark Fromhold

    Chaos theory. Fractal patterns. Quantum behaviour of small (atom-sized) objects. Relationship between chaos and quantum theory.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5192
    Physics Science Chaos theory Fractal patterns quantum Behaviour atom
  • Professor Michael Merrifield

    Astronomy and astrophysics. Galaxies — their formation, evolution and structure. The Milky Way. Quasars and active galaxies. Cosmology. X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy.
    +44 (0)115 9515186/+44 (0)115 962 0819/07711 382612
    Physics Science astronomy Astrophysics galaxies Milky Way quasars Cosmology x-ray Gamma Rays
  • Professor Penny Gowland

    Medical imaging, and its applications in pregnancy, gastrointestinal disease and neurology. Diversity/Women in science. Peer review process.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5174
  • Dr James Sharp

    Nanoscience. The properties of polymers and how making very small structures from them affect their mechanical properties. Nanotechnology involving proteins and other biological molecules.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5142
    Physics Science nanoscience polymers nanotechnology biological molecules
  • Professor Anne Green

    Cosmology, astrophysics, particle physics, dark matter, early Universe cosmology, (cosmological) inflation.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7902
    Physics Science Physics dark matter universe Space astronomy Astrophysics particle physics Cosmology Science
  • Professor Christopher J Conselice

    Galaxy formation and evolution, cosmological parameters and their determination, Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, the discovery and study of the first galaxies to form in the universe, history of astronomy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5137 , + 44 (0) 115 849 8514
    Physics Science Physics Galaxy evolution cosmological telescope astronomy history
  • Professor Louise Crewe

    Fashion; fast fashion; slow fashion; consumption; retailing; fashion and the internet; sensory clothes and future fashion; fashion store design and flagship stores; consumer desire for objects and why we buy what we buy; touch-screen shopping; emotional shopping; the victims of the fashion industry; brands and the value of clothes.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5441
    Environment Fashion Rights Lab Fashion consumption Internet retailing shopping clothes
  • Dr Heather Buchanan

    Dental health psychology — why people become afraid/anxious/phobic about going to the dentist. How we can assess dental anxiety in children and adults. The role of online support groups in helping people who have become anxious about dental work and visits. How dental anxiety can be treated. What children know and understand about dental health and disease.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7520 , +44 (0) 7847 539 360
    Dental Health Health and Medicine Dental health Psychology anxiety phobia dentist disease
  • Dr Jonathan Hale

    History of architectural theory. Architecture exhibitions.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3164
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Engineering architecture Exhibitions history
  • Dr Laura Hanks

    Depiction of national and ethnic identities through the built form and material culture of museums. Museology - the history and theory of knowledge and display. Post-modern representation.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3181
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Engineering Museology architecture history Theory
  • Dr Peter Rutherford

    Architectural acoustics and psychoacoustics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3173
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Engineering architecture acoustics Psychoacoustics
  • Professor Sarah Freeman

    Sarah is a Professor of Veterinary Surgery at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. She is a European Specialist in Large Animal Surgery, and was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2017 for meritorious contributions to clinical practice.
    01159 516422
  • Professor Malcolm Bennett

    Infectious diseases, especially those transmitted between non-human animals and humans (zoonoses), and infections in wildlife. Current projects include badgers and TB, antibiotic resistance in wildlife, and zoonoses from rodents.
    +44 (0)115 9516792/07896 975376
    Animals Health and Medicine disease infection animals Human zoonoses wildlife rodents tuberculosis TB badgers
  • Professor Richard Emes

    Understanding the evolution of complex systems and the generation of disease by using bioinformatics — a cohesive discipline being together computer science statistics and biology. How nutritional status during pregnancy can affect chemical modifications of DNA and potential future diseases. Comparative genomics and evolution of the brain. How the post-synaptic proteome, a group of proteins which play a significant part in learning and memory, affect the development and evolution of the synapse, the basic building clock of cognition. Evolution of drug-resistance in parasitic organisms.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6583 , +44 (0) 7538 030665
    Health and Medicine Science evolution diseases Science biology nutrition pregnancy DNA memory Learning bioinformatics Genomic genomics gene expression transcriptome transcriptomics data analysis
  • Professor David Gardner

    Cardiovascular disease. Renal disease. Metabolic disease. Role of nutrition during pregnancy for determining risk of disease in later life. Diet and disease. Diet in pregnancy. Infant nutrition. Fetal development. Diet and obesity. Blood Pressure. Physical activity.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6427
    Animals Health and Medicine veterinary medicine Science cardio vascular metabolic pregnancy nutrition diet Obesity blood pressure
  • Professor Kin-Chow Chang

    Host innate immune resistance to pathogenic influenza virus infection. Skeletal muscle in growth and disease resistance.
    +44 (0)115 951 6491
    Health and Medicine Influenza virus infection muscle growth disease resistance
  • Dr Victoria James

    Victoria's research is focused on understanding the complex mechanisms that lead to cancer progression and spread (metastasis). Her group investigates how extracellular (cell-to-cell) communication via RNA, DNA and proteins promotes cancer progression, with the aim of identifying novel markers to better stage and predict disease behaviour for the development of novel therapeutic strategies. Victoria has a specific interest in both primary and metastatic cancers of bone (such as prostate cancer) as well as cutaneous (skin) and other soft tissue tumours.
  • Professor Norbert Schmitt

    English as a second language. Applied linguistics. Vocabulary issues. Language testing.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4847 , +44 (0) 115 929 6823
    Arts and Culture English Language Lingustics Second Language vocabulary testing
  • Dr Sarah Storr

    Breast cancer research. Breast cancer markers that signal prognosis or patient response to treatment. Cell-based cancer science.
    0115 823 1859
    Health and Medicine cancer Breast cancer Science Research cell science medicine
  • Professor Amanda Griffiths

    Ageing, work, health and wellbeing – older workers; gender issues in occupational health; menopause and work; preventing and managing work-related stress; occupational health and safety legislation, policy and guidance; staff and organisational issues in hospital care of older patients with dementia. Training and education in workplace health and wellbeing.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6637
    Health and Medicine medicine ageing Work health wellbeing Gender menopause stress safety dementia education
  • Nashiru Billa

    My research expertise is within the realm of nanoparticulate drug delivery which essentially means using nanotechnology to formulate drug carriers for the purpose of enhancing their availability where needed in the body. I am particularly interested in utilising natural materials in the construction of nanoparticulate carriers because of their 'acceptability' to biological systems. In this regard we have used chitosan, bees wax, cocoa butter, coconut oil etc to successfully construct nanoparticulate carriers for several therapeutic agents. I also have expertise in formulating therapeutic agents from plant sources in nano-particulates for treating diseases like cancer and we are currently studying how the active constituent from turmeric (curcumin) can be packaged into a nanoparticle system in the treatment of colon cancer.
    Health and Medicine Plant Science Science drug delivery natural materials colon cancer biology
  • Professor Claire Anderson

    Health promotion, education and development in pharmacy. Community pharmacy. Medicines management. Internet-based education. E-learning and continuing professional development for pharmacists.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5389
    Health and Medicine Science pharmacy health education medicines e-learning Internet
  • Dr Laura Sidney

    Developing simple stem cell therapies for treatment of the front of the eye, including the cornea. Translating regenerative medicine strategies to clinical use. Investigating the use of stem cells taken from the adult eye and re-purposed into biological bandages to treat injured corneas and other tissues. Long-term preservation of donor tissue, including corneas and stem cells, using vacuum-drying techniques.
    0115 9249924
  • Professor Brigitte Nerlich

    Linguistics, metaphor studies, discourse analysis, media and culture, sociology of science, philosophy of science, history of science, science communication, public understanding of science, science and culture
    +44 (0) 115 846 7065
    Science cloning food GM foods Genome genetics Babies ethics designer farming agriculture MRSA bird flu
  • Dr Christina Lee

    Viking studies. Vikings in Britain. Anglo-Saxon studies. Old English. Disease and disability in early medieval England. Food and drink in early medieval funerary rites. Women in Anglo-Saxon England. Viking women.
    +44 (0)115 846 7194
    Arts and Culture History Vikings Anglo-Saxon Old English Medieval English Norse women Funerary rites
  • Professor Ian Shaw

    Sociology of health. Mental health policy. Evaluation of welfare. Welfare finance. The future of welfare. Community care.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5409 , +44 (0) 7811 484 630
    Health and Medicine sociology health mental health welfare Evaluation finance Community
  • Professor Kate Wilson

    Social work. Child welfare, child protection (child abuse), therapeutic work with children and adolescents, foster care and adoption. Therapeutic work for couples in relationship difficulties. Mental health issues in relation to children and adolescents.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5411 , +44 (0) 115 941 1599
    Children Health and Medicine social work children welfare protection child abuse adoption foster care mental health
  • Professor Bruce Stafford

    Policy evaluation. Social security, especially the delivery and implementation of initiatives and welfare to work policies. Disability issues, notably the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the New Deal for Disabled People.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7439
    Arts and Culture sociology social policy Evaluation Security welfare disability discrimination Disabled people
  • Professor Cecile Yvonne Wright

    Education, health inequality, lifestyle, children/youth, family, welfare, women's interests, race relations, social class divide, community cohesion, politics and representation, crime and policing, American civil rights.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8710
    Arts and Culture Politics education inequality lifestyle family youth race social class crime politics civil rights American
  • Professor Bill Dixon

    Crime and criminal justice. Policing. Racially-motivated offending and crime and justice in contemporary South Africa.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5403
    Crime Law sociology social policy crime criminal justice race justice South Africa
  • Ms Deborah Kitson

    Safeguarding procedures or vulnerable adults. Developing safer services.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5400
    Arts and Culture Politics sociology safeguarding Ann Craft Trust vulernable Vulnerable adults vulnerable people services
  • Dr Stephen Cope

    Public policy, particularly regulation of public services in the UK, local government/local governance, police reform, decision-making in government and rational choice theory.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8132 , +44 (0) 7946 366 717
    Politics World Public policy services uk Local Government police reform
  • Dr Tony Fitzpatrick

    Theories and ideologies of the welfare state. Welfare reform. New labour. Basic/Citizens Income. Environmentalism. Local exchange and trading systems. Information and communication technologies and social policy. New genetics and social policy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5230
    Politics World Theories ideologies Welfare State reform New Labour Citizens environmentalism trading exchange communication social policy
  • Emmanuele Lazzara

    Sexuality, gender identity and related discrimination patters in Chinese society (China and Taiwan), also linked to Christianity and its impact upon attitudes towards sexual minorities(LGBT).
    +44 (0)7922 79 0434
    Arts and Culture China Crime Law sexuality gender identity discrimination China christianity IAPS
  • Dr Rachael Clawson

    Forced marriage Forced marriage of people with learning disabilities; Safeguarding and social work responses to forced marriage
    +44 (0)115 846 7010, +44 (0)7757 264 489
    Arts and Culture Children Education Law forced marriage learning disabilities mental health
  • Dr Melanie Jordan

    Criminology; Social Theory; Prisons & Punishment; Sex Crime; Criminal Justice System; Theoretical Criminology; Zoophilia & Bestiality Penal Reform
    +44 (0)115 951 5410
    Crime Health and Medicine Law Politics Rights Lab crime Criminology prisons sex crimes criminal justice system penal reform modern slavery trafficking
  • Professor Eamonn Ferguson

    Blood donor and organ donor behaviour – specifically integrating theory in psychology, economics and biology to understand what motivate people to donate blood and remain as an active blood donor. Personality theory and its interface with economics. Risk communication – specifically how to present risk and health information to enhance understanding and change behaviour. Medical Selection.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5327
    Science Donor Behaviour Psychology economics biology blood donor organ donor
  • 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
  • Professor Todd Landman

    Human rights in the world; global democracy; statistics and quantitative analysis; comparative analysis; US politics; Latin American politics.US political developments in domestic and foreign policy, elections, are relations, police violence; World politics with respect to trends and issues associated with democracy and human rights.
    +44 (0)7584615104, +44 (0)115 74 86270
    American Politics Business and economy Crime Law Politics Rights Lab World USA politics american politics democracy police violance human rights US political developments
  • Professor Wyn Rees

    European security. Transatlantic security relations.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7510
    Politics politics International Relations Relations Security European transatlantic
  • Séagh Kehoe

    Contemporary Tibet feminism; LGBTQ, gender and sexuality in contemporary China
    +44 (0)77 6587 4815
    China Politics World feminism Tobet LGBTQ Gender sexuality China
  • Professor Mathew Humphrey

    Environmental politics, especially the ethics of and acceptability of forms of direct action protests such as the climate camp, sit ins, 'ecological sabotage', anti-roads protests etc. Ethics and political conflict — in democratic societies, how should citizens behave? Should we seek to make reasoned argument and pursue interests and beliefs through the ballot box or are more radical means, such as occupations, sit-ins, boycotting, attacks on property and even violence against the person, acceptable? Public attitudes to shale gas in the UK.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4864 , +44 (0) 7796 400 058
    Politics Environment politics ethics society climate change violence shale gas
  • Professor Kevin Bales

    Professor Bales has extensive expertise in modern slavery, with 25 years experience in the field at all levels from hands-on to UN policy development.He can comment on anything related to modern or historical slavery or human trafficking or slavery in supply chains or slavery and climate change or conflict or forced marriage.
    +44 (0)115 846 6230
    Crime Politics Rights Lab World slavery modern slavery policy politics Rights Lab human rights
  • Dr Simon Toubeau

    British and European politics; in particular, matters relating to: the demands of nationalist parties like the SNP; the launching of independence referendums or campaigns witnessed in Scotland and Catalonia; and the processes of constitutional reform that devolve powers to regional governments. Related to this, he can comment on: the sources of Euro-scepticism in the UK and across European countries; the content of UK-EU negotiations following the 'Brexit' vote; the influence of 'Brexit' on devolved governments; and the attempts of devolved governments to secure their demands during Brexit negotiations; the influence of 'Brexit' on EU integration. Also able to comment on the outcome of regional elections and the content of regional public policy in the UK and other European countries.
    +44 (0)7435 158 429
    Politics Brexit EU referendum Scottish referendum European politics nationalist parties UK-EU negotiations
  • Dr Edward Burke

    Edward Burke is an Assistant Professor in International Relations specialising in insurgency, terrorism and British/EU foreign and defence policy. He is currently researching the effect of the UK's exit from the EU on the British-Irish security relationship.
    +44 (0)77 9990 5327
    Brexit Politics World Brexit Terrorism politics insurgency Northern Ireland
  • Dr Anja Neundorf

    Young people and politics, public opinion, German politics, elections, turnout, democratisation, civic culture, partisanship.
    +44 (0) 7946947367
    Children Politics Rights Lab World politics young people German politics elections
  • Dr Andrew Denham

    British politics and government.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4861
    Government politics British
  • Dr Catherine Gegout

    European Union politics; Foreign policy; Military intervention; EU-Africa relations; EU-developing world relations; Colonialism; International Criminal Court.
    +44 (0)115 9514 999
    Brexit Crime Politics War and security World politics Foreign Policy EU relations Brexit
  • Dr Stephanie Allen

    Molecular investigations of proteins and nucleic acids using a combination of imaging and surface analysis techniques, including atomic force microscopy and optical tweezers.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5050
    Health and Medicine Science pharmacy molecular proteins Acids Atomic Force microscopy Optical Tweezers
  • Dr Martin Garnett

    Expertise in various types of drug delivery, including nanoparticles, polymer-drug conjugates, targeting drugs using monoclonal antibodies and non-viral gene therapy. These drug delivery methods could be applied to a variety of diseases, but are most likely to be useful for cancer treatment.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5054
    Science pharmacy drugs polymer antibodies gene therapy cancer Cancer Treatment
  • Dr Felicity Rose

    Stem cells work, particularly in gastrointestinal tissues. Scaffold design and materials for tissue engineering, establishing in vitro models including cancer and GI models and drug delivery devices for wound repair, with a focus on the cornea. Bioreactor design and imaging for 3D tissue growth.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7856
    Science pharmacy stem cells gastrointestinal tissue tissue engineering cancer drgus wound repair cornea bioreactor design
  • Professor Tony Avery

    +44 (0)115 823 0209
    Health and Medicine primary care prescribing drugs and medicines GPS Research doctors
  • Dr Charles Laughton

    Computational chemistry. Understanding the structures and dynamics of proteins and SNA and how this relates to their function. Medicinal chemistry, particularly the design and development of new anti-cancer agents.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3405
    Science pharmacy chemistry proteins SNA Anti-cancer
  • Professor Tom Dening

    Older people's mental health. Dementia - clinical problems, diagnosis, treatment, support for people with dementia and their carers, services and national policy on dementia. Older people and care homes. Other mental health problems in older people including depression, bipolar disorder and suicide.
    +44 (0) 115 748 4230
    Health and Medicine mental health mental dementia diagnosis treatment dementia wellbeing dementia and family carers Dementia Research Care carers NHS care homes Elderly Care depression bipolar disorder suicide
  • Professor Stavroula Leka

    Occupational health and safety. Occupational health psychology. Work stress. Small- and medium-sized enterprises. Occupational health and safety policy, legislation and education. Risk assessment and psychological factors. E-learning.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6662
    Health and Medicine medicine health safety Psychology Work stress
  • Professor Stan Heptinstall

    Thrombosis, Anti-thrombotic agents, Drugs to prevent heart attack and stroke, Platelets, Haemostasis, Antiplatelet agents.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1013
    Health and Medicine thrombosis anti-thrombotic drugs heart attack stroke platelets Haemostasis antiplatelets
  • Professor Roger Bayston

    Avoidance of antibiotic resistance. Evaluation of antimicrobial biomaterials. Role of folic acid (B9) fortification of food to prevent spina bifida.
    +44 (0)115 823 1115
  • Professor Richard Grundy

    Paediatric cancer and brain tumours. Biology, treatment and outcomes.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0620 , +44 (0) 7880 500 682
    Health and Medicine medicine medical paediatric cancer brain tumors biology treatment
  • Professor Poulam Patel

    Kidney cancer, malignant melanoma, cancer vaccines.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1850
    Health and Medicine medicine medical cancer kidney Malignant melanoma vaccines
  • Professor Pip Logan

    Evaluating rehabilitation interventions to improve independence after stroke. Reducing falls in older people. Reducing hospital stays for older people.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0235
    Health and Medicine medical medicine Rehabilitation rehab stroke after care elderly parents Elderly Care patients Hospital hospital stays
  • Professor Kevin Browne

    Assessment of violent and sexual offenders, the development and assessment of risk for aggression, anti-social and criminal behaviour in children, teenagers and adults. The potential for violence by parents and caregivers and individuals high risk for child abuse and neglect. Assessments on parenting in general and evaluation of parent-child interaction and relationships from an attachment theory perspective. Consequences and developmental effects of children growing up in a violent family and witnessing spouse or elder abuse or experiencing physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Expert witness in family court on child care proceedings and in criminal court proceedings involving physical and sexual violence.
    +44 (0) 115 823 2210 , +44 (0) 7770 750 554
    Children Crime Health and Medicine violence sexual offenders Aggression Criminal Behaviour
  • Professor Jonathan Hardman

    The development, validation and application of physiological and pathological computational models.The development of computational patient-surrogates for research.Respiratory physiology & pathology.Mechanical ventilation of the lungs & ventilator-associated lung injury.Models of cerebrovascular autoregulation.Patient safety & complications during anaesthesia.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1002
    Health and Medicine anaesthesia lungs ventilator medicine anasetic injury
  • Professor Hywel Williams

    Professor Williams specialises in evidence-based dermatology, the treatment and causes of childhood eczema, systematic reviews and clinical trials.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1048
    Health and Medicine medical medicine dermatology eczema childhood treatment causes Clinical Trial
  • Professor Chris Denning

    Growing 'master stem cells in the lab, including human embryonic stem cells and human-induced pluripotent stem cells. Using robotics to grow stem cells on an industrial level. Growing human heart cells from stem cells to mirror human disease and developing new treatments/drugs to treat patients.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1236
    Health and Medicine medical medicine Stem Cell embryonic growing heart disease treatment drugs patient
  • Professor Chris Hollis

    Child and adolescent mental health/behaviour problems. Early onset schizophrenia. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Adult ADHD. Tourette Syndrome. Adolescent psychosis. Autism. Asperger's syndrome/ASD. Drug use in children/adolescents.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0258
    Health and Medicine medicine medical Child adolescent mental health Behaviour adhd Autism Asperger's drugs
  • Fiona Marshall

    Rural dementia; social and health care for older people; community care; dementia friendly communities; ethnography mixed methods research
    07920813613/+44 (0)1629 825338
    Health and Medicine carers dementia Social health care older people Research
  • Dr Paula Scaife

    Investigation of placental (afterbirth) development and how this impacts on the health of the pregnant mother and her baby. Impacts on health include hypertensive (high blood pressure) disorders of pregnancy including pre-eclampsia and miscarriage. The focus of my research is mainly to see if nutritional interventions could potentially help prevent unhealthy pregnancies.
    +44 (0)115 8231893
    Health and Medicine placenta childbirth pregnancy high blood pressure pre-eclampsia miscarriage
  • Dr Rebecca Dewey

    With a background in magnetic resonance physics, Rebecca spent her PhD studies developing advanced functional magnetic resonance imaging techniques to observe the changes in brain activity, functional connectivity and cerebral perfusion caused by the onset of disease or the administration of a drug.Rebecca is now conducting a study using the functional neuroimaging technique of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in combination with fMRI to measure activation patterns in the auditory network in response to non-auditory sensory stimuli in profoundly deaf individuals, and to investigate whether these patterns change with cochlear implant use.
    +44 (0) 1158232638
    Health and Medicine medicine brain activity blood oxygen beta blockers brain Blood deaf sensory stimuli cochlear implants
  • Dr Neil Coulson

    The use of the Internet in healthcare, particularly how patients engage with social media and the Internet whilst managing long term conditions. Specifically, how online support communities and peer support online (e.g. facebook groups, discussion forums) may be helpful or not and how does this affect the doctor-patient relationship (e.g. increasingly knowledgeable patients).
    +44 (0) 115 846 6642
    Health and Medicine medicine medical healthcare Internet social media online communities peer
  • Dr Kim Thomas

    Clinical trials of skin disease, particularly in common diseases of childhood such as eczema, warts/verrucae, vitiligo and acne. Clinical trial methodology.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8632
    Health and Medicine medical medicine skin dermatology disease eczema warts acne Clinical Trial
  • Dr Iskandar Idris

    Cardiovascular risks in patients with type 2 diabetes. Pharmacological treatment for managing hyperglycaemia. Vascular risks in obese patients with diabetes. Metabolic impact of excess daytime sleepiness and/or sleep apnoea in patients with diabetes.
    +44 (0) 1332 724 626 , +44 (0) 7798 721 675
    Health and Medicine cardiovascular diabetes type 2 hyperglycaemia obese sleep
  • Dr Iain Moppett

    Anesthesia, particularly research about best management of elderly patients with hip fractures.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0959
    Health and Medicine anesthesia anesthetic Hip replacement hip fracture bones elderly Elderly Care elderly parents medical
  • Dr Dominick Shaw

    Dr Shaw specalises in Asthma, airways disease and respiratory emergencies, including provision of the respiratory taught courseDr Shaw's three main interests all fall under the umbrella of asthma research.Firstly the airway and airway epithelium. He has two projects; one examining the role of macrolide antibiotics on the airway epithelium, using epithelial cells cultured from well phenotyped asthma patients and a second looking at distal airway inflammation using a small bronchial brush technique.Continuing research from his thesis, he is evaluating the role of exhaled nitric oxide in treatment decisions in asthma care and have a funded study in this area.Finally, he is investigating the role of the small airways in asthma using hyperpolarized xenon MRI imaging in animal models.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1709
    Health and Medicine medical breathing asthma airways respiratory antibiotics epithelium
  • Dr David Turner

    Expert advisor on NICE committee that developed guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of meningitis and meningococcal disease. Interests include antibiotic therapy and vaccine prevention of infectious diseases.
    0115 8230757
    Health and Medicine Meningitis meningococcal antibiotics vaccines infectious diseases
  • Dr Bruno Gran

    Diseases of the nervous system (neurological diseases). Multiple sclerosis (MS, an inflammatory disease of the brain and spinal cord).
    +44 (0) 115 823 1442
    Health and Medicine diseases nervous system neurological Multiple Sclerosis brain Spinal cord
  • Professor Will Irving

    Viral hepatitis, especially chronic hepatitis C and B virus infections. Diagnosis, management and pathogenesis of viral hepatitis.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0752
    Health and Medicine Science biology hepatitis c b virus diagnosis
  • Professor Nigel Peter Minton

    Application of recombinant DNA methodologies to exploit microbes for medical and industrial benefits and to better understand how microorganisms cause disease. Study of bacteria group Clostridium, including the bugs that cause tetanus and botulism and the hospital superbug Clostridium difficile.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7458 , +44 (0) 7766 818 007
    Science DNA microbes microorganisms diseases bugs superbug Hospital
  • Professor Liz Sockett

    Swimming bacteria, natural nonmotors and flagella. Predatory Bdellovibrio bacteria. Public engagement with genetics and microbiology. Communication of science to the public.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0325
    Science biology Bacteria Swimming genetics Microbiology Science
  • Professor Kevin Morgan

    Alzheimer's disease. Impact of genetics vs environment in Alzheimer's disease. Lifestyle factors in Alzheimer's.
    +44 (0)115 823 0724
    Health and Medicine Alzheimer's genetics Human genomics
  • Emeritus Professor Richard James

    Antibiotic resistance in disease causing bacteria, especially MRSA. Development of novel antibiotics based upon natural protein antibiotics produced by bacteria.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7952
    Science antibiotic disease Bacteria MRSA proteins
  • Dr Stephen Alexander

    Molecular mechanisms of drug action. Effects of drugs on the nervous system. Effects of drugs on the cardiovascular system. Drug targets of cannabis, caffeine, theophylline and glutamate.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0182
    Science Science life sciences drug nervous system cardiovascular cannabis caffeine theophlline glutamate
  • Dr Paul Dyer

    Fungal biology. Physiology and molecular biology of filamentous fungi. Pathology of eyespot diseases of cereals. Fungicides. Mushrooms. Toadstools.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3203
    Science Science life sciences biology Fungal molecular biology Physiology fungicides mushrooms toadstools disease
  • Professor Peter Cartwright

    Consumer protection. Banking regulation and law. Criminal law. Financial regulation law.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5622 , +44 (0) 115 923 2003
    Law Law Legal consumer protection Banking regulation Criminal financial
  • Professor Robert McCorquodale

    International law. International human rights law. Self-determination. United Nations. Treaties. Globalisation.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6306
    Law Law Legal international human rights self determination United Nations treaties globalisation
  • Professor Nigel P Gravells

    Property law, especially land law, trusts and landlord and tenant. Intellectual property law, especially copyright. Constitutional law of the European Community/ Union, especially constitutional issues relating to the UK's membership.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5711
    Law Law Legal property Land Trust landlord tenant Copyright Constitutional European uk
  • Professor Peter Bartlett

    Areas if socio-legal history, particularly mental health. Health care law. Mental capacity and mental capacity law. History of mental disorder and poverty in the 19th-century and history of mental disorder in the 20th-century as a problem of governance of risk.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5709
    Law Law Legal history mental health health care health law health care law mental capacity law 19th and 20th century music Governance
  • Professor Jeff Kenner

    European Union law, employment law and human rights law.
    +44 (0)115 95 15956
    Brexit Law Politics World EU European Union Brexit Law human rights
  • Professor David Harris

    Human rights eg refugees and asylum seekers.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5701
    Law Law Human rights refugees asylum seekers
  • Dr Sandra Frisby

    Receivership. Corporate insolvency law. Company law. Commercial law. Property law.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6124
    Law Receivership corporate insolvency Law company commercial property
  • Dr Richard Hyde

    Food regulation, including the marketing and labelling of food. Food safety, in particular the response to food-borne illnesses caused by unsafe food. Consumer protection.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8095
    Law Law Legal food regulation standards marketing labelling safety illness consumer protection
  • Professor Stephen Hodkinson

    Ancient Sparta. The Spartan ruling elite - their society, economy and politics. Sparta and war - does ancient Sparta deserve its reputation as a militarised society? Sparta in modern thought and politics - comparisons between Sparta and Nazi Germany in 20th-century British thought; comparisons between Sparta and the Soviet Union in Cold War American foreign policy and intelligence thinking. Slavery in ancient Greece - Spartans' slave underclass, the helots, their lifestyle and treatment by Spartan ruling elite; comparisons between Spartan helotage and modern slavery in debates about abolition in the 1790s.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4806 , +44 (0) 7969 684 993
    History Ancient sparta Economy politics Relations Nazi Germany Soviet Union American Cold War Foreign Policy
  • Professor Mervyn Cooke

    Music of Benjamin Britten. Film music. Jazz. 20th-century music. Gamelan music and Japanese music.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4762
    Arts and Culture music history jazz film Japan Japanese
  • Professor Maiken Umbach

    Nazi Germany; The everyday practice of ideology: how 'ordinary' people assimilate political beliefs and make them work for themselves; the politics of 'authenticity'. How political beliefs travel between different cultural and religious context, or between the past and the present. Nazi propaganda and ideology, particularly key texts (numerous media comments on "Mein Kampf") and visual culture; Dealing with difficult pasts (especially Nazi Germany; its photographic and architectural legacies); the problems of exhibiting difficult histories in museums. Dangerous texts; Dealing with iconic political texts and their legacies today (especially the popularity of Hitler's Mein Kampf) The role of culture in regional identity politics in Europe.
    +44 (0)115 7484 106, +44 (0)755 737 2721
    History World Nazi Germany propaganda and photography Political ideology Maiken Umbach Nazis
  • Professor John Young

    Post-1945 history of British and US foreign policy (including British relations with European Union).
    +44 (0) 115 951 5934
    History history Foreign policy European Union us Britain International Relations
  • Professor Geoff Hall

    English language use in everyday life; language and literature in education; English language teaching; reading
    +86 (0)574 8818 0000 (ext. 8947)
    Arts and Culture english literature english language education teaching Reading
  • Professor John Beckett

    East Midlands history. History of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Granting of city status. Englishness.
    +44 (0) 7773 027 289
    History history East Midlands nottingham city status Englishness
  • Professor Elizabeth Harvey

    Twentieth-century Germany, particularly Weimar Germany, National Socialist Germany and the Second World War; occupied Poland during the Second World War; women, gender and gender relations in 20th-century Europe. History of John Player's and Nottingham.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5940
    Arts and Culture History history german Germany Socialist World War poland women Gender Europe nottingham
  • Emeritus Professor Alan Sommerstein

    Ancient Greek theatre and drama; law and society; language. Oaths in ancient Greece.
    +44 (0) 7930 395 462
    Arts and Culture history Ancient greek classics theatre drama Law society Language
  • Dr Zachary Hoskins

    Moral, legal, and political philosophy, especially the philosophy of criminal law. 'Collateral' restrictions on people with criminal records - legal restrictions on jobs, voting, and other goods aren't treated as part of the formal punishment but are often more burdensome than the punishment itself. Are these policies justified and if so when and why?
    +44 (0) 7864 944426
    Arts and Culture philosophy humanities Legal Law criminal law political Restrictions
  • Dr Will Bowden

    Roman Britain and the Roman Mediterranean, including major excavations in Albania and Caistor. The end of the Roman Empire and its effects on people.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4830
    Arts and Culture humanities archaeology roman Roman Archaeology Roman Britain mediterranean Mediterranean Archaeology Roman Empire
  • Dr Richard Gaunt

    Politics-1750-1850. Aristocrats as electioneers, eg 4th Duke of Newcastle's influence in Notts. Political culture c1789-1848, including the press, constituency factors, public opinion. Gladstone, Disraeli, Wellington, Peel. History of the conservative party. Political caricatures and cartoons of the 18th and 19th-centuries including Hogarth, Gillray, Cruikshank, John Doyle and Punch magazine.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5930
    History humanities history politics 17th century Conservative party
  • Dr Ross Balzaretti

    History of Europe in early Middle Ages. Italian history, especially in Milan and Liguria, pre-1600. History of women, gender relations and sexuality in the Medieval period. Renaissance history.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5943 , +44 (0) 115 941 0685
    History history Europe Middle Ages Italy Italian Milan Gender women sexuality Medieval renaissance
  • Dr Nicholas Baragwanath

    Music theory from 1700; 19th-century opera; Wagner; Alban Berg; Puccini; music analysis; 19th-century piano music; Russian music 1860-1917; Frankfurt School critical theory.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3246
    Arts and Culture History music Theory history opera russian piano
  • Dr Nick Baron

    Modern Russian/Soviet history, especially Lenin and Stalin - regional policy, economic development, the Gulag, the Great Terror; the Russian region of Karelia in the 20th century; contemporary Russian political, economic, social and cultural developments.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5928
    History Rights Lab russian Soviet history Lenin Stalin policy Economy Culture Social
  • Dr Neil Sinclair

    Ethics and ethical language: the use of ethical language such as 'good' and 'morally abhorrent' to influence people's actions, to increase emotional tension and how the use of moral language falls in and out of fashion in politics. Environmental ethics: our obligations to the natural world and the notion of sustainability.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3428
    Arts and Culture History ethics ethical Language Environmental Sustainability
  • Dr Mark Pearce

    Earlier prehistory. Italian prehistory. Early copper mining. Early metallurgy. Early farming.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4839
  • Dr Mark Bradley

    History, society and culture of the Roman world. Primary sensory experiences of ancient Rome - the colours, sounds, smells and tastes experienced by Romans and how they approached cleanliness and hygiene.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4814
    Arts and Culture humanities history society Culture roman Roman Empire colour sound Ancient
  • Dr Lynn Fotheringham

    Latin and Greek literature, especially Cicero.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4809
    History Latin greek history Literature Cicero
  • Dr Karen Adler

    The importance of women and gender in history, especially in western Europe during the 20th century. 20th-century France, especially World War II, the Resistance and the Holocaust. Jews in France and more broadly in modern Europe.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5933
    History Gender women history Europe World War II resistance Holocaust
  • Dr Jonathan Kwan

    19th- and 20th-century Austrian history, from 1815 to 1945. Czech lands, Hungary and other regions ruled by the Habsburg Monarchy in the 19th-century. Liberalism in Europe in the 19th-century.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5946
    History Austria Austrian history Czech hungary Liberalism Europe
  • Dr Ivaylo Gatev

    Eurasian Economic Union; Shanghai Cooperation Organisation; European Neighbourhood Policy InterregionalismNew Silk Road Sino-Russian Relations; Chinese Investment in Eastern Europe; Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit meetings
    +86 (0)574 8818 0926
    Politics World EU European Integration EU policies politics Russia Ukraine China Belerus
  • Dr Grant Dawson

    Conflict and civil wars, peace keeping and peace processes; international military intervention.Can comment on situations in Libya, Syria, China and the changing world orderThe uses of force with or without UN Security Council approval and 'new wars'
    +86 (0)574 8818 0559
    China History Politics War and security World civil war peacekeeping peace international military intervention War Un syria Libya China
  • Dr Fintan Cullen

    British and Irish art. Portraiture. Visual culture. Museology.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3137
    History British Irish Art Portraiture visual culture Museology
  • Dr David Laven

    Italian history, especially the late 18th to early 20th centuries (with special emphasis on Italian unification and national identity). The history of Venice since the fall of the Venetian Republic. The historiography of the Venetian Republic. Italy during the Second World War. Machiavelli.
    +44 (0)115 7484104, 07531509984
    History War and security Italy history Venice Machiavelli Second World War
  • Dr David Appleby

    Dr Appleby is interested in supervising student research in several areas of early modern British history, such as:The British Civil Wars 1639-1652The Commonwealth and Protectorate 1649-1660The Restoration 1660-1685Crime and punishment in early modern England 1500-1750Early modern preachingEarly modern Essex and its hinterlandsEarly modern Staffordshire and its hinterlands
    +44 (0) 115 846 86 38
    History British history civil war Commonwealth restoration essex staffordshire
  • Dr Christopher Loveluck

    Medieval archaeology of northwest Europe from c. AD 400-1300, with particular reference to settlements, landscapes and coastal/maritime-oriented communities.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4835
    History Medeval archaeology Europe LandscapeS communities
  • Dr Andreas Kropp

    Art and archaeology of the Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman periods ie. what is today Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Palestine and Jordan from 300BC to AD 300. Art and architecture of the so-called Roman 'client' kings of 100 BC to AD 100 including Herod the Great and the Nabataean kings. Ancient architecture including the Temple at Jerusalem, Masada, Herodium, Caesarea and Jordan's Petra.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4293
    History Art archaeology roman syria Lebanon Israel history
  • Professor Patrick Callaghan

    Using psychology to help prepare people for surgery and stressful medical procedures. Investigating how people make decisions about their health-related behaviours e.g. exercise. Assessing how organisations work and how well they work.
    +44 (0) 115 969 1300 ext 10738
    Health and Medicine Science Psychology Surgery preparation medical Procedures stressful behaviours health
  • Mr Roger Kerry

    Physiotherapy. Neck pain. Philosophy of health science.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1790
    Health and Medicine Science physiotherapy neck pain health science
  • Professor Fiona Bath-Hextall

    Evidence-based medicine - systematic reviews and clinical trials. Non melanoma skin cancer.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0884
    Health and Medicine Science Evidence- based medicine clinical trials non melanoma skin cancer
  • Heather Reid

    Back pain, sports injuries and physiotherapy. Paediatric and mental health patient physiotherapy. Rehabilitation following strokes, head injuries, respiratory problems and orthopaediatric problems. Biomechanics. Psychology of rehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation. Cardiovascular rehab. Management of pain. Exercise therapy.
    +44 (0) 115 969 1169 ext 47115 , +44 (0) 01909 770 000
    Health and Medicine Science back pain sports injuiries physiotherapy paediatric mental health Rehabilitation stroke head injuries respiratory Pain exercise therapy
  • Dr Gary Adams

    Polysaccharide in drug delivery. Sugars, in improving drug delivery. Proteins in drug delivery. Polysaccharide-protein interaction. Utilising biomaterials and biomimietics in drug delivery. Physico-chemical interaction of insulin. Development of a self-regulating insulin delivery Device. Pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0901
    Health and Medicine Science drug delivery sugars proteins insulin delivery diabetes
  • Dr Andy Meal

    Epidemiology of heart disease.
    +44 (0) 115 970 9265
    Health and Medicine Science health sciences epidemiology heart disease
  • Alan Taylor

    Whiplash injury. Health and wellbeing related to cycling. A former professional cyclist (Tour of Britain) and commentator on health and wellbeing related to cycling, including the visit of the Tour de France to the UK.
    +44 (0)115 823 1805/07810 651 519
    Health and Medicine Sport Whiplash health Cycling physiotherapy Tour de France
  • Professor Stephen Daniels

    Countryside. Heritage. Landscape. Gardens.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5434
    Environment Countryside heritage landscape gardens
  • 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
  • Professor Charles Watkins

    Rural land management. History of the British landscape. History of forestry in Britain and Europe. History of agriculture. Wildlife conservation. Conservation of the black poplar. Social change in the British countryside. The effect of farming on the rural landscape and wildlife. Historic parks and gardens. Public access to the countryside. Landscape history of Liguria. Conservation of Sherwood forest.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5439 , +44 (0) 115 951 4374
    Environment Geography landscape British history agriculture wildlife conservation Forestry Countryside rural parks Sherwood Forest
  • Dr Simon N Gosling

    Effect of climate change on global water scarcity, river flows, flood risk, and human health.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5437
    Environment Health and Medicine weather climate change Geography health rivers Flooding
  • Dr Matthew F Johnson

    How organisms utilise, navigate and modify rivers at a range of scales from individual rocks to whole catchments. The impact of climate change on river temperature, which alters the growth and development of many animals. How animals alter river landscapes, for example, by burrowing into river banks. Invasive species, particularly Signal Crayfish, and the detrimental impacts they have on river systems by destabilising river beds and banks.
    +44 (0) 115 823 2535
    Environment Geography rivers rocks climate temperature animals crayfish river beds river banks
  • Dr George Swann

    Isotope geochemistry and palaeoclimatology: reconstructing past environmental changes over the last three million years from marine and lake sediment cores. How, where and why the climate has changed in the past and how this contributes to our current understanding of future climate changes.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6768
    Environment Geography Geochemistry environmental changes Marine lake climate change
  • Professor Peter Stockwell

    Science fiction. Sociolinguistics — accent and dialect, standard English, language and education. Cognitive poetics — language, mind and literature.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5908
    Arts and Culture English Science fiction Sociolinguistics Accent Dialect Language education Poetics Literature
  • Professor James Moran

    Twentieth-century British and Irish drama; Literature and theater of the Irish in Britain; The work of Sean O'Casey; Literary representations of the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland; .Literary modernism; Literary history of Nottingham and Birmingham.
    +44 (0) 115 896 7893
    Arts and Culture English Literature Theater drama Britain history nottingham Birmingham
  • Dr Paul Cavill

    Meaning and history of English place names. Literature of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7549 , +44 (0) 116 233 5169
    Arts and Culture English history Meaning place names Literature Anglo Saxon Vikings
  • Dr Peter Kirwan

    Shakespeare and early modern drama; seventeenth-century literature; Shakespeare in adaptation; Shakespeare on film; authorship and attribution; contemporary performance of early modern drama; Shakespeare editing and book history; reviewing practice.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5521
    Arts and Culture Shakespeare English theatre film performance early drama
  • Dr Kevin Harvey

    Lecturer in socio-linguistics, health communication and adolescents, vague language in healthcare contexts, taboo and language censoring, medical dilemmas in teenage email messages. Comedy, jokes, and puns.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7497
    Arts and Culture English Linguistics health Adolescents Language Taboo Censoring medical email Teenage comedy
  • Professor Yuying Yan

    Applied thermofluids and modelling — energy systems, heat transfer enhancement, two-phase flow, thermofluids-related biomimetics. Design of new refrigeration systems, heat pipes and heat exchangers. CFD simulation and numerical modelling.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3168
    Engineering Engineering Thermofluids energy heat transfer biometrics heat exchange
  • Professor Stuart Marsh

    I am an expert in the applications of Earth Observation data from satellites and aircraft to environmental and engineering problems.
  • Professor Samuel Kingman

    Microwave processing of materials. Mineral and rock crushing and grinding. Minerals processing.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4165
    Engineering Engineering Microwave Materials Mineral rock
  • Professor Richard Leach

    Developing the next generation of measuring instruments to allow control of advanced manufacturing.
    +44 (0) 115 748 6048 , +44 (0) 7467 085482
    Engineering Engineering Manufacturing Advanced development
  • Professor Philip Shipway

    Wear resistant materials. Wear testing. Wear of materials, friction (tribology).
    +44 (0) 115 951 3760
    Engineering Engineering Materials Friction wear testing tribology
  • Professor Paul Brown

    Materials characterisation. The assessment of the structure-property relationships of materials using electron microscopy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3748
    Engineering Engineering Materials Charaterisation Electron microscopy
  • Professor Nick Dodd

    Nearshore physical oceanography. Coastal engineering. Shallow water waves. Computational modelling of water waves. Numerical modelling of beach dynamics and storm impact.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4164
    Engineering Engineering Oceanography Nearshore Coastal shallow water waves beach storm impact
  • Professor Nick Warrior

    Automotive safety, crashworthiness. Structural analysis of composites.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3793
    Engineering Engineering safety automotive crashworthiness Analysis
  • Professor Kwing-So Choi

    Drag reduction. Turbulence. Turbulent flows and controls. Riblets. Compliant surfaces. MicroElectroMechanical Systems. Electro-magnetic flow control. Compliant coatings. Plasma aerodynamics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3792
    Engineering Engineering Drag reduction turbulence riblets surfaces mechanical electro magnetics plasma areodynamics
  • Professor Eric Larkins

    Molecular beam epitaxy - the growth of semiconductor structures for electronics and optoelectronics. High power laser diodes.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5534
    Engineering Engineering molecular semiconductor electronics lasers
  • Professor David Grant

    Surface modification and coatings. Synthesis of ceramic surfaces for bone generation. Biofunctionalism of surfaces. Hydrogen storage.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3747
    Engineering Propulsion Futures Engineering Modification coating synthesis ceramic surface bone biofunctionalism hydrogen storage
  • Professor Alan Dodson

    Global positioning systems (GPS). Geodesy. Engineering surveying and satellite navigation.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3880
    Engineering Engineering GPS surveying Satellite navigation
  • Dr Yaping Zhang

    Photonics, semiconductor tunable laser, telecommunications, optical biosensor, silicon wire photonics 'lab on the chip' biosensor, wave guide optical device design.
    Engineering Photonics telecommunications Optical biosensor
  • Dr Xinyu Zhang

    Danger, Measure and Removal of PM2.5 and PM10; Dust Deposition and Removal; Particle Adhesion and Erosion. Transport and Adhesion of Anthrax Spores.
    +86 (0) 574 8818 3047
    Engineering Dust removal Particle adhesion and erosion Transport of anthrax spores Danger of PM2 5 and PM10
  • Dr Yunming Yang

    Study of soil strength; numerical simulation of geotechnical engineering applications
    +86 (0)574 88182407 / +86 18668290219
    Engineering Soil Engineering numerical simulation
  • Dr Tom Cox

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

    Acoustics of complex structures such as whole buildings and aerospace structures using statistical energy analysis as a predictive tool.Structural power flow measurement techniques.Acoustics of porous materials.Acoustic rendering of buildings using ray tracing software.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3149
    Engineering Engineering acoustics building aerospace energy Materials rendering ray tracing
  • Dr Richard Mark Bingley

    GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) and GPS (Global Positioning System) - use of high precision GNSS/GPS for monitoring long-term land movements and long-term changes in atmospheric water vapour for engineering and environmental applications.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3932
    Engineering Engineering GNSS Satellite GPS atmospheric water vapour Environmental
  • Dr Jessica He

    Print media: design of magazines, newspaper, posters, etc. Adobe AE, PS, InDesign 2. Electronic media: operating new media such as WeChat (wechat content, wechat website, wechat store), weibo 3. Offline promotion campaign: planning and organizing promotion activities 4. Video making: Adobe AE
    +86 (0)574 88188175
    Engineering Electronic Media WeChat Video making Print media
  • Dr Ian W Eames

    Power cycles and energy conservation. Refrigerators, heat pumps and air conditioning. Engineering thermodynamics. Heat transfer processes and heat exchangers.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3132
    Engineering Engineering power energy refrigerators heat pumps air conditioning thermodynamics
  • Tony Fisher

    The use of new technologies, particularly networked computers, to support teaching and learning in schools.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4481
    Education education technology network computers teaching Learning schools
  • Professor Stephen Joseph

    Human reactions to traumatic events. Post-traumatic stress and post-traumatic growth. Growth following adversity. Counselling and psychotherapy. Religious beliefs and attitudes. Happiness and well-being. Positive psychology.
    +44 (0) 115 748 4619
    Education Science happines belief post traumatic stress human reactions Trauma Adversity Counselling Religion Psychology
  • Katherine SUN

    Comparative education research on Sino-Foreign universities
    + 88180000-1074
    Business and economy Education World education Sino-foreign universities IAPS
  • Professor Oliver Morrissey

    International trade policy: developing countries trade; trade agreements; WTO; EU-Africa trade International development: aid policy, effect of aid on developing countries; agriculture and trade in developing countries.
    +44 (0)115 951 54 75
    Brexit Business and economy Politics World Brexit International Trade Developing Countries Trade
  • Professor Chris Milner

    International trade and trade policies. Multilateral and regional trade negotiations with particular reference to the developing countries and the experience of particular countries (eg Mauritius, Uganda, UAE) and regions (Caribbean).
    +44 (0) 115 951 5624
    Business and economy economics International Trade Trade Policies
  • Professor Zoe Trodd

    Contemporary slavery and human trafficking; historical and contemporary antislavery movements; antislavery campaigns; the voices of slavery survivors. Professor Trodd is Director of the Rights Lab, a University Beacon of Excellence.
    Arts and Culture History Politics Rights Lab Protest social justice Contemporary Slavery human trafficking American and British slavery civil rights Racism segregation and lynching gay rights photography America Literature American Civil War memory memorialisation
  • Professor Peter Messent

    Mark Twain. Detective fiction. 20th-century American literature. American realism and naturalism. American crime fiction. The modern American novel from 1880 to present. Narrative theory. Hemingway.
    +44 (0) 115 878 0940
    Arts and Culture Detective fiction American Literature Realism naturalism crime Novel
  • Professor Nicola Mclelland

    German grammar. Language, nation and identity. Spelling reforms. Language standardisation, standard languages. History of modern language education in the UK. Medieval German literature. Modern language teaching and learning in the UK.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5815
    Arts and Culture Brexit Culture Art german Language Grammar nation spelling history education teaching
  • Professor Matthias Uecker

    Theory and history of media, especially in Germany (film, journalism, television). German cinema since 1920s. Modern German literature (20th century), especially culture and society in the Weimar Republic and documentary literature. Writers Alexander Klude, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Erik Reger, Thomas Mann.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5818 , +44 (0) 115 925 1449
    Arts and Culture Theory history Media Germany journalism film Television modern Literature
  • Professor Judith Newman

    Contemporary American and Postcolonial fiction, especially South African. Women's writing. 19th-century American writing and slavery, especially Harriet Beecher Stowe.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4351
    Arts and Culture American Contemporary postcolonial fiction South Africa women Writing slavery
  • Professor Bernard McGuirk

    Modern Spanish American, Brazilian, Spanish, Portuguese and French literatures. Critical theory.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5963
    Arts and Culture spain Spanish American Brazilian Portuguese French Literature Theory
  • Professor Antoni Kapcia

    Modern and contemporary Cuban history and politics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5801
    Arts and Culture Cuba Cuban history politics modern Contemporary
  • Jane-Marie Collins

    19th-century Brazilian slave society, focusing on gender and resistance. 19th-century Latin American history, with particular attention to issues of race and gender.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5808
    Arts and Culture Brazil Brazilian Slave society Gender resistance Latin American history race
  • Dr Siggy Frank

    The work of Vladimir Nabokov, author of the famous novel Lolita, especially his dramas. The history of the Russian emigration in the interwar period in Berlin, Paris and New York.
    +44 (0) 115 846 8671
    Arts and Culture Literature drama Russia Russian Berlin Paris New York
  • Dr Stephen Roberts

    Contemporary Spain and its literature, politics, culture, film and thought.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5806
    Arts and Culture Contemporary spain Literature Culture politics film Thought Modern Foreign Language
  • Dr Paul Smith

    French politics: parliament and parties mostly, but also executive and leadership performance. Responses to Brexit negotiations and whether or not a Frexit is likely. French political leadership post-Brexit, both domestically and within the EU and how France will try to guide negotiations.
    +44 (0)115 951 5875, +44 (0)7792219931
    Politics World politics France French French politics Brexit Europe Paul Smith
  • Dr Paul Gladston

    Contemporary Chinese art and critical theory.
    +44 (0) 115 823 2264
    Arts and Culture China Art Culture Theory Contemporary chinese art Critical Theory IAPS
  • Dr Maike Oergel

    National myths in England and Germany between the 18th and the 20th-centuries. King Arthur. Siegfried. Myth in literature. Modern literature as myth. The Celts and Anglo-Saxons in 18th and 19th-century English thought. Romantic literary theory. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Historicity and theory (18th and early 19th-centuries). Construction of national identities (English and German).
    +44 (0) 115 951 5819
    Arts and Culture National myths England Germany history Literature Romantic Theory Identities
  • Dr Liz Evans

    Multiplatform content. British and US television. Television audiences, television industry and television drama. Video games. Web series. Social Media.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4241
    Arts and Culture British us Television audiences Industry drama games social media
  • Dr Graham Thompson

    19th-century American literature, especially Herman Melville; American magazines and print culture; business and work in American culture; American culture in the 1980s; sexuality in America.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4269
    Arts and Culture American Literature magazine print Culture business sexuality
  • Dr Gareth Stockey

    Contemporary Spain; the history of the Spanish Civil war, Franco dictatorship; the history of Gibraltar and its relationship with Spain; archaeology; memory and tourism of the Spanish Civil War
    +44 (0)115 84 67487
    Arts and Culture Brexit History Politics War and security World gibraltar Spanish Civil War Franco dictatorship archeology Tourism
  • Dr David Norris

    Cultural, historical, linguistic and political issues relating to former Yugoslavia and its successor states (especially Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro).
    +44 (0)115 951 5828
    Arts and Culture Brexit History Politics World Former Yugoslavia Serbia Croatia Bosnia Montenegro history poltics
  • Dr Dirk Goettsche

    Theory and history of the German novel and narrative writing since mid-18th-century. Early modernism, particularly Austrian literature. Modern German short prose. Colonialism, postcolonialism and cross-cultural experience in German literature and the discourse on Africa. Writers Ingeborg Bachmann and Wilhelm Raabe.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6297
    Arts and Culture Languages german Theory history Writing Novel 18th century Literature
  • Dr Catherine Johnson

    Contemporary and historical television; US, UK and European television; science fiction and fantasy television; screen promotion (trailers, idents, logos etc); television industries; public service broadcasting; branding and audiovisual advertising (including sponsorship, advertiser-funded television); audiovisual archives; regional UK television (ITV); television and digital media (e.g. television on-demand, pay-TV, television online).
    +44 (0) 115 846 8118
    Arts and Culture Television us uk European fiction Fantasy screen film broadcast regional National
  • Dr Alison Gardner

    An experienced public sector professional and early-career researcher with expertise in local governance and public policy. I currently lead 'slavery free communities' a ground-breaking programme of research focussed on local and place-based responses to modern slavery. I am part of the University of Nottingham's 'Rights Lab', a global Research Beacon which aims to end contemporary slavery in our lifetime.
    +44 (0)7910 983 818
    Crime Politics Rights Lab modern slavery Local Government Public Policy
  • Professor Stephen Morgan

    Chinese economic and social development; the management of Chinese firms; China's engagement with the global economy
    +86 (0)574 8818 0988, +86 18667802355
    Business and economy China World China business Global Economy China's global engagement IAPS
  • Professor Shujie Yao

    Quantitative methods and applied econometrics. Development and agricultural economics. Microeconomics/business economics/international business and finance. Economic growth, income distribution and poverty. Economic development in China.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6322
    Arts and Culture World Chinese China Economy Econometrics agriculture business International Relations finance IAPS
  • Professor Tony Pridmore

    Plant phenotyping, biological image analysis, computer vision.
    +44 (0) 115 84 66510
    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
  • 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
  • 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 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 Julie Greensmith

    Computer security and protection.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7663
    Science Technology Computer Science Security protection
  • Tommaso Faccio

    Corporation tax; international taxation; transfer pricing.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6104
    Business and economy business Corporation tax international pricing
  • 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 Kulwant Pawar

    Managing new product development; interface between product development and supply chain; managing design teams in virtual enterprises; organisational readiness for new product development; knowledge transfer and share in the extended enterprise and outsourcing.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4029
    Business and economy Managing development products interface Supply Chain enterprise virtual
  • Professor Bart Maccarthy

    Operations management and management science; modelling and analysis of supply chain and logistics systems; mass customisation theory and practice; models and systems for planning, scheduling and control; networks for international operations; optimisation and simulation modelling.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4025/4011 , +44 (0) 7814 535 035
    Business and economy operations Management Science modelling Supply chain Logistics customisation Networks international
  • Professor Andrew Smith

    Consumer behavior. Customer loyalty schemes. Chaos theory and consumption.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7650
    Business and economy business data big data customer Theory analytic
  • Dr Kevin Amess

    Leveraged buyouts and private equity. Corporate governance and restructuring. The economics of internal organisation.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7757
    Business and economy Leveraged buyouts equity private corporate Government economics
  • Dr Jeannie Holstein

    Government policy on science, innovation and enterprise. The changing role of the university from science partner to the centre of an innovation ecosystem.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6408
    Business and economy Government policy Science innovation enterprise university ecosystem
  • Dr Isobel O'Neil

    Entrepreneurship and what it means to people; sustainable entrepreneurship.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4730
    Business and economy business Entrepreneurship sustainable
  • Dr Cath Rees

    Expertise in bacterial gene expression and gene cloning. Specific interest in the food borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes and animal infections caused by Mycobacterium paratuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis. Development of rapid detection methods using bacteriophage.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6167
    Science bioscience bacterial Gene cloning food pathogen infection Animal

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