Personal data, public policy: public view of the NHS COVID-19 app

This event by the Centre for Business in Society will discuss public views of the NHS COVID-19 app, and what can be learned for future algorithmic behaviour modification technologies.

Rethinking how to deal with contemporary AI: Ethics is not a ballast but a need

This Centre for Business in Society event will analyse the relationship between AI and ethics, and the potential impact of AI on society

Do higher debt levels benefit the wealthy? A research proposal

This event for the Centre for Business in Society will discuss a recently submitted research bid focusing on the impact of both public and private debt on wealth inequality

Knowledge-driven strategies and strategic thinking

In this seminar by the Centre for Business in Society, Prof Bratianu will discuss the importance of knowledge-driven business strategies.

Two-Echelon Vehicle Routing Problems: a review, some models and direction for future research

This event by the Centre for Business in Society discusses the relevant work around two-echelon vehicle routing problem.

The Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP) network celebration event

The Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP) network is running its post-Covid relaunch event to celebrate Coventry University joining the CRISP network.

19th European Academic Conference on Internal Audit and Corporate Governance: “Sustainable and Digital Internal Audit and Corporate Governance”

For the 2023 conference, we invite papers investigating the role of internal audit and corporate governance in managing the threats and opportunities created by this rapidly evolving economic environment.

Collaborative innovation in a local authority – ‘local economic development-by-project’?

This event will discuss how local authorities in England have adapted to austerity through collaborative innovation

Obtaining richer insights from survey data using Bayesian econometrics: Applied to a food waste study

This seminar will explore a paper on food waste that used survey data and Bayesian models and it will discuss how these models can be applied to survey data.

Modelling International Students’ Decision Making process with Regards to their Overseas Education

The seminar will discuss the results of a mixed method study highlighting the key important factors affecting international student decisions to go overseas for their education, decisions to select a country, and decisions to select a particular university.

Securing a greener future? Net Zero and the challenge of securing a sustainable transport system

This event will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing transport policymakers due to the transition to net zero.

The European Supply Chain Forum: tightly connecting industry and academia

This event will include a discussion with Tom Van Woensel, Professor of Freight Transport.

Getting ‘surplus food’ to those in need during a cost-of-living crisis: The scaling-up of social eating in the East Midlands

This event will discuss the factors shaping the success of social eating projects as a means of tackling food insecurity.

Convenient tools and social norms: The effectiveness of an intervention to diminish household food waste

This event will discuss ongoing research on interventions to reduce household food waste.

How successfully has the environmental theme been integrated into UK City of Culture 2021?

This event will discuss how an environmental theme was incorporated into Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 and with what impacts.

Fire risk management through asset protection routing; optimisation enhanced with machine learning

This event will discuss about a wildfire risk management by asset protection strategy through operations research with a focus on the Australia bush fire event.

Smartness that really matters: Reaching new levels of customer satisfaction for Sustainable Supply Chain Management

This talk will discuss new emerging research methodologies which are geared towards developing effective solutions for performance/risk analysis of integrated supply chain networks.

Talk Money: How to make meaningful change for those struggling to access credit

This discussion will explore how we make meaningful change to help support financially vulnerable people who are unable to access affordable credit.

Consuming the Body: Food, Selfies and Adverts

Dawn Woolley critically examines gender stereotypes in advertising and on social media. Drawing on the key findings in her book, she will discuss different types of selfies, including #fitspiration, #thinspiration and #bodypositivity.

How consumption becomes reterritorialized: An interdisciplinary investigation of sports betting

This presentation will share findings from an Australian Research Council Discovery project that aims to better understand how young adults use, communicate about and experience mobile phone sports betting applications.