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The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Poole, A. (2020, September). The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey. Paper presented at British Academy of Management 2020 Conference in the Cloud, Conference in the Cloud

Against a background of increasing use of digital technology in society including the retail sector, this developmental paper identifies a need for research into ethical and sustainability issues that affect an individual's decision to use digital te... Read More about The effect of ethical and sustainability issues on consumer adoption of digital technology in the consumer purchasing journey.

Crowd-driven Music: Interactive and Generative Approaches using Machine Vision and Manhattan (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Nash, C. (in press). Crowd-driven Music: Interactive and Generative Approaches using Machine Vision and Manhattan

This paper details technologies and artistic approaches to crowd-driven music, discussed in the context of a live public installation in which activity in a public space (e.g. a busy railway platform) is used to drive the automated composition and pe... Read More about Crowd-driven Music: Interactive and Generative Approaches using Machine Vision and Manhattan.

Urban Lighthouses (2020)
Presentation / Conference
D'Agnano, F., Parraman, C., & Roberton, N. (2020, June). Urban Lighthouses. Paper presented at CONNECTIONS: EXPLORING HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, CITIES, ART, MEDIA, Canterbury, UK

Wayfinding strategies for visually impaired are fundamental to provide social inclusion, a better quality of life, level of independency and urban accessibility to people with special needs. Recent digital technologies are a great help (GPS localizat... Read More about Urban Lighthouses.

Investigating the Links Between Science Communication Actors and Between Actors and their Audiences (2020)
Report
Ridgway, A., Milani, E., Weitkamp, E., & Wilkinson, C. (in press). Investigating the Links Between Science Communication Actors and Between Actors and their Audiences. European Commission repository and Zenodo: European Commission

The audiences reached by those engaged in science communication and the nature of the connections with those audiences is of central importance to the science-society relationship. It determines who is reading, listening and watching information abou... Read More about Investigating the Links Between Science Communication Actors and Between Actors and their Audiences.

Report on the Working Practices, Motivations and Challenges of those Engaged in Science Communication (2020)
Report
Ridgway, A., Milani, E., Weitkamp, E., & Wilkinson, C. (in press). Report on the Working Practices, Motivations and Challenges of those Engaged in Science Communication. European Commission repository and Zenodo: European Commission

The working practices of those engaged in the communication of science to non-expert audiences has important implications for the relationship between science and society. The research presented here explores these working practices and the motivatio... Read More about Report on the Working Practices, Motivations and Challenges of those Engaged in Science Communication.

The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films (2020)
Journal Article
Leech, D. J., Guy, W., & Klein, S. (2020). The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films. Molecules, 25(11), https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules25112468

The Woodburytype is a 19th century photomechanical technique capable of producing high-quality continuous-tone prints. It uses pigment dispersed in gelatin to produce a 2.5D print, in which the effect of varying tone is produced by a variation in the... Read More about The polychromatic Woodburytype: Colour tracking in translucent, patterned gelatin/pigment films.

Performance measurement for supply chains in the industry 4.0 era: A balanced scorecard approach (2020)
Journal Article
Frederico, G. F., Garza-Reyes, J. A., Kumar, A., & Kumar, V. (in press). Performance measurement for supply chains in the industry 4.0 era: A balanced scorecard approach. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPPM-08-2019-0400

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present a theoretical approach based on the balanced scorecard (BSC) with regard to performance measurement – PM in supply chains for the Industry 4.0 era. Design/methodology/approach: This paper combines the... Read More about Performance measurement for supply chains in the industry 4.0 era: A balanced scorecard approach.

Woodburytype: A historical process resurrected by modern methods (2020)
Journal Article
Klein, S., Guy, W., Leech, D., & Argyle, J. (2020). Woodburytype: A historical process resurrected by modern methods. IMPACT Printmaking Journal,

One of the technological achievements of the 19th century was the mass reproduction of photographic images. Woodburytype was the first commercially successful photomechanical continuous tone printing method, of unsurpassed quality until today. Along... Read More about Woodburytype: A historical process resurrected by modern methods.

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Systems Engineering: Eliciting sustainability requirements (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Brooks, I. (in press). The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Systems Engineering: Eliciting sustainability requirements. https://doi.org/10.1145/3401335.3401359

This paper discusses a PhD research project testing the hypothesis that using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) [18] as explicit inputs to drive the Software Requirements Engineering process will result in requirements with impro... Read More about The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Systems Engineering: Eliciting sustainability requirements.

Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects (2020)
Book Chapter
Kane, F., Shen, J., Morgan, L., Prajapati, C., Tyrer, J., & Smith, E. (2020). Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects. In S. S. Muthu, & M. A. Gardetti (Eds.), Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Sustainable Textiles, Clothing Design and Repurposing. , (99-127). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38545-3_4

The environmental impact of textile dyeing and finishing is of paramount concern in the textile industry. Enzyme and laser processing technologies present attractive alternatives to conventional textile coloration and surface patterning methods. Both... Read More about Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects.

Spatial traces and skeletal projections (2020)
Journal Article
Laidler, P. (2020). Spatial traces and skeletal projections. Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice, 5(1), 117-122. https://doi.org/10.1386/drtp_00025_7

The article discusses how sketching is utilised as a durational state within my practice and as a means to cultivate the creative potential that is afforded by the rough draft. The proceeding development of the sketch is also considered in relation t... Read More about Spatial traces and skeletal projections.

Electroosmotically generated disinfectant from urine as a by-product of electricity in microbial fuel cell for the inactivation of pathogenic species (2020)
Journal Article
Gajda, I., Obata, O., Greenman, J., & Ieropoulos, I. A. (2020). Electroosmotically generated disinfectant from urine as a by-product of electricity in microbial fuel cell for the inactivation of pathogenic species. Scientific Reports, 10(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-60626-x

This work presents a small scale and low cost ceramic based microbial fuel cell, utilising human urine into electricity, while producing clean catholyte into an initially empty cathode chamber through the process of electro-osmostic drag. It is the f... Read More about Electroosmotically generated disinfectant from urine as a by-product of electricity in microbial fuel cell for the inactivation of pathogenic species.

Simulated pilot-in-the-loop testing of handling qualities of the flexible wing aircraft (2020)
Journal Article
Portapas, V., & Cooke, A. (2020). Simulated pilot-in-the-loop testing of handling qualities of the flexible wing aircraft. Aviation, 24(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.3846/aviation.2020.12175

© 2020 The Author(s). Published by VGTU Press. This article aims to indicate the differences between rigid and flexible wing aircraft flying (FQ) and handling (HQ) qualities. The Simulation Framework for Flexible Aircraft was used to provide a generi... Read More about Simulated pilot-in-the-loop testing of handling qualities of the flexible wing aircraft.

An Investigation of a Morphing Flapped Wing (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Madi, F., Kanaa, Z., Narayan, P., & Yao, Y. (2020, February). An Investigation of a Morphing Flapped Wing. Paper presented at Aerospace Europe Conference (AEC2020), Bordeaux, France

This study investigated the design, development, and validation of an alternative method to achieve morphing in wings through the implementation of a sliding mechanism concept. Performance was tested at a specific Reynolds number (Re = 0.62 × 106). M... Read More about An Investigation of a Morphing Flapped Wing.

Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2020, February). Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion. Presented at Material Research Exchange, Business Design Centre, London

This presentation will outline research into ceramic profile extrusion. The research was initiated as creative explorations within the author's own craft practice. However, the project has since developed into a UKRI funded project, with global compa... Read More about Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion.

Microbial fuel cell stack performance enhancement through carbon veil anode modification with activated carbon powder (2020)
Journal Article
Gajda, I., Greenman, J., & Ieropoulos, I. (2020). Microbial fuel cell stack performance enhancement through carbon veil anode modification with activated carbon powder. Applied Energy, 262, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2019.114475

The chemical energy contained in urine can be efficiently extracted into direct electricity by Microbial Fuel Cell stacks to reach usable power levels for practical implementation and a decentralised power source in remote locations. Herein, a novel... Read More about Microbial fuel cell stack performance enhancement through carbon veil anode modification with activated carbon powder.

Examining the relationship between social media analytics practices and business performance in the Indian retail and IT industries: The mediation role of customer engagement (2020)
Journal Article
Garg, P., Gupta, B., Dzever, S., Sivarajah, U., & Kumar, V. (2020). Examining the relationship between social media analytics practices and business performance in the Indian retail and IT industries: The mediation role of customer engagement. International Journal of Information Management, 52, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102069

Social media analytics (SMA) is a dynamic field which has received considerable attention from both academics and management practitioners alike. A significant number of the scholarly research currently being conducted in SMA, however, is conceptual.... Read More about Examining the relationship between social media analytics practices and business performance in the Indian retail and IT industries: The mediation role of customer engagement.


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