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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. See our Policies for further information.



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AI and the Iterable Epistopics of Risk (2024)
Journal Article
Crabtree, A., McGarry, G., & Urquhart, L. (in press). AI and the Iterable Epistopics of Risk. AI & Society,

The risks AI presents to society are broadly understood to be manageable through 'general calculus', i.e., general frameworks designed to enable those involved in the development of AI to apprehend and manage risk, such as AI impact assessments, ethi... Read More about AI and the Iterable Epistopics of Risk.

Thin Ga2O3 Layers by Thermal Oxidation of van der Waals GaSe Nanostructures for Ultraviolet Photon Sensing (2024)
Journal Article
Cottam, N. D., Dewes, B. T., Shiffa, M., Cheng, T. S., Novikov, S. V., Mellor, C. J., Makarovsky, O., Gonzalez, D., Ben, T., & Patanè, A. (in press). Thin Ga2O3 Layers by Thermal Oxidation of van der Waals GaSe Nanostructures for Ultraviolet Photon Sensing. ACS Applied Nano Materials,

Two-dimensional semiconductors (2DSEM) based on van der Waals crystals offer important avenues for nanotechnologies beyond the constraints of Moore's law and traditional semiconductors, such as silicon (Si). However, their application necessitates pr... Read More about Thin Ga2O3 Layers by Thermal Oxidation of van der Waals GaSe Nanostructures for Ultraviolet Photon Sensing.

‘Grass, Rice, and Aubergine’: A Case Study of an Islamic Eco-Pesantren in Indonesia (2024)
Journal Article
Wijaya Mulya, T., & Salvi, F. (in press). ‘Grass, Rice, and Aubergine’: A Case Study of an Islamic Eco-Pesantren in Indonesia. Pedagogy, Culture and Society,

Twenty-first century environmental movements and education have been criticised as predominantly secular, middle-class, and Western-originated. As such, their ability to generate momentum and increase uptake can be limited to individuals and groups w... Read More about ‘Grass, Rice, and Aubergine’: A Case Study of an Islamic Eco-Pesantren in Indonesia.

An Improved Diabatization Scheme for Computing the Electronic Circular Dichroism of Proteins (2024)
Journal Article
Rogers, D. M., Do, H., & Hirst, J. D. (2024). An Improved Diabatization Scheme for Computing the Electronic Circular Dichroism of Proteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcb.4c02582

We advance the quality of first-principles calculations of protein electronic circular dichroism (CD) through an amelioration of a key deficiency of a previous procedure that involved diabatization of electronic states on the amide chromophore (to ob... Read More about An Improved Diabatization Scheme for Computing the Electronic Circular Dichroism of Proteins.

Correlating Wear with the Lubricant Properties of Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Oils (2024)
Journal Article
Kirkby, T., Pacino, A., Smith, J. J., Fowell, M., Berryman, J., Frennfelt, C., La Rocca, A., & Reddyhoff, T. (2024). Correlating Wear with the Lubricant Properties of Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Oils. Tribology International, Article 110018. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.triboint.2024.110018

Wear volumes were correlated with the lubricant properties of 11 used, heavy duty engine oil samples. The most important oil property in predicting wear volume is Total Acid Number, TAN. Here, the TAN value may be indicating ZDDP in its oxidised form... Read More about Correlating Wear with the Lubricant Properties of Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Oils.