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Packaging/assembling technologies for a high performance SiC-based planar power module
Conference Proceeding
Li, J., Agyakwa, P., Evans, P., Johnson, C. M., Zhao, Y., Wu, Y., & Evans, K. (in press). Packaging/assembling technologies for a high performance SiC-based planar power module

This work is to investigate the relevant packaging / assembling technologies for developing a SiC-based planar power module which is aimed to meet the requirements such as operating temperature of -60 °C to 200 °C, SiC devices connected to 540 V DC b... Read More

Repository management: an emerging profession in the information sector
Conference Proceeding
Wickham, J. Repository management: an emerging profession in the information sector

The first half of the 21st century has seen huge growth in the open access movement with the potential to change the nature of scholarly communication. Higher education institutions in the United Kingdom have established institutional repositories to... Read More

Liquid film dynamics in horizontal and tilted tubes: dry spots and sliding drops
Journal Article
King, A. A., Cummings, L. J., Naire, S., & Jensen, O. E. (2007). Liquid film dynamics in horizontal and tilted tubes: dry spots and sliding drops. Physics of Fluids,

Using a model derived from lubrication theory, we consider the evolution of a thin viscous film coating the interior or exterior of a cylindrical tube. The flow is driven by surface tension and gravity and the liquid is assumed to wet the cylinder p... Read More

Gap junctions and emergent rhythms
Book Chapter
Coombes, S., & Zachariou, M. Gap junctions and emergent rhythms. In K. Josic, J. Rubin, M. Matias, & R. Romo (Eds.), Coherent Behavior in Neuronal NetworksSpringer. Manuscript submitted for publication

Gap junction coupling is ubiquitous in the brain, particularly between the dendritic trees of inhibitory interneurons. Such direct non-synaptic interaction allows for direct electrical communication between cells. Unlike spike-time driven synaptic ne... Read More

How does it really feel to be in my shoes?: patients' experiences of compassion within nursing care and their perceptions of developing compassionate nurses
Journal Article
Bramley, L., & Matiti, M. (2014). How does it really feel to be in my shoes?: patients' experiences of compassion within nursing care and their perceptions of developing compassionate nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing, doi:10.1111/jocn.12537

Aims and objectives To understand how patients experience compassion within nursing care and explore their perceptions of developing compassionate nurses. Background Compassion is a fundamental part of nursing care. Individually, nurses have a d... Read More

'Climategate': paradoxical metaphors and political paralysis
Journal Article
Nerlich, B. 'Climategate': paradoxical metaphors and political paralysis. Environmental Values, 14(9), doi:10.3197/096327110X531543

Climate scepticism in the sense of climate denialism or contrarianism is not a new phenomenon, but it has recently been very much in the media spotlight. When, in November 2009, emails by climate scientists were published on the internet without thei... Read More

"Stark, necessary and not permanent": huts in the work of Paul Celan and J.H. Prynne
Journal Article
Thomas, N. (in press). "Stark, necessary and not permanent": huts in the work of Paul Celan and J.H. Prynne. German Life and Letters, 69(3), doi:10.1111/glal.12124

This article examines the motif of the hut in the work of Paul Celan and J. H. Prynne, as a metaphor for poetry which also mediates the relationship between poetry, language and place. Both Prynne and Celan’s use of the hut motif intersects with the... Read More

A systematic review of the use of Cochrane reviews in clinical guidelines, for lower respiratory disease, in children in the United Kingdom: analysis plan part 2
Book
Smyth, A. R. A systematic review of the use of Cochrane reviews in clinical guidelines, for lower respiratory disease, in children in the United Kingdom: analysis plan part 2. Unpublished

This is part 2 of a document giving the search strategy and statistical analysis plan for the following study. "A systematic review of the use of Cochrane reviews in clinical guidelines, for lower respiratory disease, in children in the United Kin... Read More

Young people with learning disabilities who sexually abuse: understanding, identifying and responding from within generic education and welfare services
Book Chapter
Fyson, R. Young people with learning disabilities who sexually abuse: understanding, identifying and responding from within generic education and welfare services. In M. C. Calder (Ed.), Working with children and young people who sexually abuse: Taking the field forwardRussell House Publishing

This chapter will start by providing an overview of current knowledge about young people with learning disabilities who sexually abuse. Research cited will, unless otherwise indicated, be limited to UK studies since international variations in the de... Read More

From SnappyApp to Screens in the Wild: gamifying an Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder continuous performance test for public engagement and awareness
Book Chapter
Craven, M. P., Young, Z., Simons, L., Schnädelbach, H., & Gillott, A. From SnappyApp to Screens in the Wild: gamifying an Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder continuous performance test for public engagement and awareness. In 2014 International Conference on Interactive Technologies and Games, ITAG 2014: 16-17 October 2014, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United KingdomIEEE. doi:10.1109/iTAG.2014.12

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that is characterised by three core behaviours: inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. It is typically thought that around 3-5% of school aged children have ADHD,... Read More

Don’t expect me to vote for you just because I like you, even if you do make me feel warm inside: a comparison of the validity of non-ipsative measures of party support
Conference Proceeding
even if you do make me feel warm inside: a comparison of the validity of non-ipsative measures of party support

The inclusion of non-ipsative measures of party preference (in essence ratings for each of the parties of a political system) has become established practice in mass surveys conducted for election studies. They exist in different forms, known as the... Read More

Trajectories of quality of life, health status and personal wellbeing up to two years after curative intent treatment for colorectal cancer: results from the UK ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) cohort study
Conference Proceeding
Foster, C., Haviland, J., Winter, J., Grimmett, C., Chivers Seymour, K., Batehup, L., …Richardson, A. Trajectories of quality of life, health status and personal wellbeing up to two years after curative intent treatment for colorectal cancer: results from the UK ColoREctal Wellbeing (CREW) cohort study

Introduction to Multi-Agent Simulation
Book Chapter
Siebers, P., & Aickelin, U. Introduction to Multi-Agent Simulation. In Encyclopedia of Decision Making and Decision Support TechnologiesIDEAS Group

When designing systems that are complex, dynamic and stochastic in nature, simulation is generally recognised as one of the best design support technologies, and a valuable aid in the strategic and tactical decision making process. A simulation model... Read More

Pneumonia and influenza: specific considerations in care homes
Journal Article
Gordon, A., & Ewan, V. Pneumonia and influenza: specific considerations in care homes. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology,

This review provides an update on current evidence surrounding epidemiology, treatment and prevention of lower respiratory tract infection, with special reference to pneumonia and influenza, in care home residents. The care home sector is growing an... Read More

ToLeRating UR-STD
Conference Proceeding
Feyereisl, J., & Aickelin, U. ToLeRating UR-STD

A new emerging paradigm of Uncertain Risk of Suspicion, Threat and Danger, observed across the field of information security, is described. Based on this paradigm a novel approach to anomaly detection is presented. Our approach is based on a simple y... Read More

An Immune Network Intrusion Detection System Utilising Correlation Context
Conference Proceeding
Tedesco, G., & Aickelin, U. An Immune Network Intrusion Detection System Utilising Correlation Context

Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) are computer systems which monitor a network with the aim of discerning malicious from benign activity on that network. While a wide range of approaches have met varying levels of success, most IDSs rely on... Read More