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Following on from last year’s Memory ^ sentiment ^ body ^ space ^ object, this year’s event builds on the collaboration between the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) and researchers in the School of Art and Design, and invites contributions from scholars and practitioners from across the arts and humanities. This one-day symposium will address how performers, artists and designers suggest the relationship of individuals to their surroundings.
The Tire Technology 2016 Young Scientist Prize was won by Gregory Smith for his paper on 'GS2MF', an advanced, flat-track tire test procedure used to gather data to parameterise Magic Formula 6.1 tire models. Smith has his own company, Tyre CAE & Modelling Consultants, but does much of his work at Jaguar Land Rover. He is also studying for a Ph.D, supervised by Professor Mike Blundell at Coventry University in the UK, and in his spare time writes for Tire Technology International .
Professor Marylyn Carrigan was an invited keynote speaker at the BAM Marketing and Retail special interest group workshop on Sustainability and Ethical Consumption held at the University of Surrey, May 28 th , 2016.
The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations has won two new grants to share its expertise in training and developing best practice for peacebuilders.
CTEHR Research Seminar Series News 22 Sep 2016
Learn about CTEHR Research Seminar Series
Joel Busher wins BSA Memorial Prize News 09 Apr 2016
EU Referendum Debate News 14 Apr 2016
Professor Glauco De Vita will provide his economic insight at the EU Referndum Debate in Leamington Spa.
What is the impact of Intellectual Property Rights protection on Foreign Direct Investment? A panel analysis in developed and developing countries News 04 Jan 2016
Self-funded CBiS studentship: w hat is the impact of Intellectual Property Rights protection on Foreign Direct Investment? A panel analysis in developed and developing countries.
Understanding factors contributing to and mitigating for thermal strain experienced when working in an explosives ordnance disposal suit Studentships
In collaboration with an industrial partner, work will be conducted to examine the effect of thermal stress experienced when wearing an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) suit.
This Nuffield Foundation funded project aims to detail the relationship of deprivation, policy and other factors to inequalities in key child welfare intervention rates through separate and comparative studies in the four UK countries.
Project to improve infant health in refugee camps shortlisted for the Newton Prize 2020 News 07 Sep 2020
A Coventry University research project, aiming to develop a wearable, accurate and affordable respiratory monitor for newborn babies in refugee camps, has been shortlisted for the Newton Prize 2020.
Assembly and Frequently Asked Questions: Socially engaged photographic practice with people experiencing homelessness Project
For over 15 years Anthony Luvera has created long-term projects with homeless people in cities and towns across the UK, including London, Colchester, Belfast, and Brighton. Undertaking this work has led to a collection of tens of thousands of photographs, sound recordings, and ephemera related to the participants experiences and the process of the artist’s practice.
A Record Of Undying Project
In 2013, Saxon commenced development on the central work for A Record of Undying in collaboration with his late partner John Briscoe (1949-2013). With Briscoe as subject, he developed intimate photographs and films shot during the period leading up to and including his partner’s death.
Green Entrepreneurs in Cuba – Evaluation of a collaborative initiative to strengthen Small Scale Private Sector Initiatives in Rural Cuba Project
To evaluate the project participatory action learning cycle and the focus on small scale entrepreneurship in order to provide guidance and recommendations to donors for project follow up.
Resilience and Inclusion: Dancers as Agents of Change aims to advance knowledge within the professional dance sector and audiences about the working lives of dancers with disabilities.
Professor Harris Beider on 'The Big Questions' News 27 Feb 2015
Professor Harris Beider from the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations was invited as a panellist to the BBC TV programme The Big Questions which is broadcast live across the network from 10am every Sunday and covers topical issues in current affairs.
Westminster briefing for Coventry University professor News 09 Mar 2015
A professor in children and family nursing at Coventry University was invited to the House of Commons to speak as part of a Teenage Cancer Trust briefing for the shadow secretary of state for health.
Julie Bayley Wins National Research Impact Award News 11 Jun 2015
Coventry University's Impact Officer Julie Bayley has won a coveted national award for research impact.