Themis Nikolas Efthimas
|Attention allocation during the observation of biological motion: An EEG study|
Context-aware system for cardiac condition monitoring and management
Investigating the Role of ICT in Enabling Rural Farming Practices in Kano State, Nigeria, and Creating a New Model for Community Development for Low-Income Farmers.
Jose Gines Gimenez Manuel
Empowering people with dementia: A smart home pilot development
|Priya Selvam||Development and measurement of root hair density in the different types of microgreens and it is compared with the|
attachment of Salmonella thphimurium and its mutants.
|Amarachi Omagha||Gold nanoparticles and Electrical Impedance Tomography: A novel approach to cancer imaging, targeting and therapy|
|Simon Limbrick||How does an evolving locus inform the relationship between the performer and audience of new music ?|
|Saeed Oluwadipe||Sustainable Urban Waste Management Through the Lens of Service Users|
‘In the Same Boat, Helping Each Other’: a Grounded Theory of Growth and Emancipation in Peer-Led Hearing Voices Groups
Mfon Archibong Bassey
Understanding How Health Visitors Define and Classify Children and Their Needs under ‘Universal’ and ‘Vulnerable’
Male offenders’ experiences of an intensive rugby intervention as a method of prevention of reoffending in a Young
Nation variability within a European context: Social representations of 'mental health' and 'mental illness', and public perceptions towards persons labelled 'mentally ill'
The experience of self-harm in young adults who report difficulties identifying and describing feelings: a qualitative
A randomised controlled trial exploring the effect of canine interaction on the emotional wellbeing of higher education students
The use of Balint methodology to explore how nurses process the sensitive sexual health issues arising from working in the clinical area
Mental Health and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
|John Pollard||What’s so funny about comic books?: A grounded theory exploration of the use of sequential art in contemporary psychological practice.|
|Jude Smit||What we can learn from students’ lived experiences of attempted suicide in further and higher education.|
|Kaan Low||Development and Characterisation of Multi-Drug Resistant Osteosarcoma Cell Lines|
|Amrinder Singh||In Vitro Metabolism Profiling of Berberine and Sulfonylureas|
|Jerome Samuels-Clarke||Investigating the use of reconfigurable hardware, for self-adapting legged robots|
|Rachael Mayne||“Changes in Worker Perceptions of Health and Safety during the BG Tanzania Drilling Campaign (2011-2016)”|
|Angela Sorenson||Intra- and inter-day reliability of typical and alternative weightlifting variables during heavy cleans|
|Dewa Zazai||Isolation of Canine osteosarcoma cells to investigate chemoresistance|
|Janice Pereira||Chemoresistance in Osteosarcoma mediated by Autophagy Regulating microRNAs|
The conference will take place this year on the 20th June 2019.
This event spans the faculties of Arts and Creative Industries, Science and Technology, Professional and Social Sciences, and our Collaborative Partners. It is an excellent opportunity to facilitate cross-fertilisation and sharing of ideas across all research areas, discover the breath of research being undertaken, and discuss and develop ideas.
We hope that the Conference, in keeping with the spirit of enhancing collaboration, will allow exciting ideas to emerge and researchers to forge new collaboration, and hope you will find the one day event stimulating and constructive
The theme of this year's conference is "The Power of Research: community and the impact of disruptive ideas"
We have invited students from any discipline to submit abstracts which focus on why their research matters and the impact it has on the wider community. We hope that students are able to explain what they bring to their critical research, and the contribution that they are making from the outset of their career. Identifying and acknowledging the impact of research reinforces the need to bridge the gap between academia and practice, and opens a dialogue with the outside world. This captures the essence of ‘the power of research: community and the impact of disruptive ideas’.
Thursday 20th June 2019
This conference is run annually, with over 100 students presenting their research each year. Cross school collaboration and trans-disciplinary discussions are great for research students, as it provides an opportunity to find out what other people are doing across the university, alongside providing a safe place for research students to present their research!
All postgraduate research students and staff are invited to attend. A principle objective of the Summer Conference is to enable all members of the faculties and collaborative partners to become familiar with the extensive range of ongoing research with the schools, and to allow research students to present their results in surroundings which are equivalent to those encountered at external conferences and workshops.
Submission opens at 5pm on 20th March 2019 and closes at midnight on 30 April 2019.
The abstract describing your work should be submitted before the deadline through: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rsc2019
Before being able to submit you need to register with the EasyChair submission system, which will require only your names and contact email: https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi
When you try to submit an abstract, the system will ask you to fill in a form, which contains an abstract window, this is not the abstract we are asking to submit, you can just put one symbol to fulfil the requirement, and upload the abstract as an attachment. By 5pm on the notification date (31st May 2019) you will receive an email with the outcome, feedback and follow up instructions to the same email account you used to register with EasyChair.
Your abstract should meet the following requirements:
- Author (please include your supervisors and discuss with them before submission)
- Aim of your research
- Research methods used
- Current findings/Expected contribution
- Community impact/ novelty / disruptive ideas
The EasyChair system does not support video or poster submissions, so please submit an abstract of the research communicated in your slides, video or poster.
For all the authors and MDX Research Students there will be a number of workshops available prior to the conference, aimed at helping with the preparation of the abstracts, posters and presentations before the conference. More information will be provided to you via email in the next few weeks. Students based at a distance and unable to attend the conference are welcome to contribute a poster or presentation online or pre-recorded presentation, which should be discussed with the supervisory team.
- Submission of abstract opens: at 5pm on 20th March 2019
- Submission of abstract closes: 30 April 2019
- Confirmation of presentation: 31 May 2019
- Conference: 20 June 2019