The Graduate School and the Directorate of Research and Enterprise welcome you to this year's Research Showcase. The purpose of the event is to celebrate the work of the University PhD Cluster Teams.
It provides an excellent opportunity for next year's scholarship competition applicants to hear about the process.
The event is open to all University colleagues and Postgraduate research students.
Opportunities for all to network and share experiences. Drinks provided.
Each cluster will present highlights (up to 5 mins) and answer questions from the floor (up to 5 mins). This event will be open to all University colleagues and PGR students.
All clusters will be represented by at least one member and the majority of their funded students for the whole afternoon.
Here are some of the fantastic topics that our teams are working on:
Health, well-being and social inclusion.
3D printing of Bio-inspired Composites as a Cross-Cutting Capability.
Gender, place and memory, 1400-1900.
Resilience and Sustainability of Complex Socio-Economic Systems.
Origins: From the Sub-Atomic to Clusters of Galaxies.
Clinical cardiovascular, respiratory and metabolic medicine.
PoWER 360: Programme for Women Achieving Excellence in Research.
Child Trafficking, Transnational Crime and Human Rights.
Directed Self Assembly.
New paradigms in blood platelet biology - understanding the role of platelets in thrombo-inflammation.
Evaluation of the Impact of City of Culture 2017.
Improving symptoms, outcomes and access to care for those with advanced progressive long term conditions, multi-morbidity and frailty within primary care.
Nature-Inspired Algorithms, Computational Approaches and Software Development for Big Data Applications.
Cardiovascular Health; maximising the key physiological and biochemical effects of exercise and other novel interventions in atherosclerosis.
Advanced Wound Care cluster; from novel therapies to clinical trials.
Treatied Spaces: Environment and peoples in America, 1607-1890.
Heritage Doctoral Training Consortia (AHRC Funded) Projects:
- International voices of the British Federation of Youth Co-operatives and the Woodcraft Folk: past, future and present.
- How can engagement with communities support and safeguard the legacy and sustainable future of Milner Fields Farm and wider agrarian heritage in Saltaire?
Exhibiting a New City: The role of architecture in the Berlin Biennale and its contribution to shaping alternative post-reunification collective identities in Berlin (1998 - 2018).
- Decolonial Archives and Melancholia: the case of the International Slavery Museum of Liverpool.
- Women and the World: Explorers from the Home during the Enlightenment in Britain.
- Living with the Times: life and continued relevance for heritage sites through community volunteer engagement.
The Logistics and Humber Development Institute.
NECAH Doctoral Training Consortia.