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Many of our teaching academics are also research active and participate in industry-renowned research and publication outside of the University’s specialist centres. This may be in the form of collaborations with partner institutions or fellow academics, independent works, or participating in large research groups.

Our academics are known for their contributions to the various canons of their specialisms, and are often invited to be key notes speakers at conferences around the world.

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Jenna L. Gillett & Emily Mattacola, “The moderating factors of neuroticism and extraversion in pain anticipation”, British Journal of Pain (2017)

Gillett and Mattacola conducted a study to investigate how personality might affect how much people anticipate something to be painful, and if this would change their experience of pain. Read more >

A. Asaad & S. Jassim, “Topological Data Analysis for Image Quality Assessment”, in Digital Forensics and Watermarking, Proceedings of 16th International Workshop, IWDW 2017 (Magdeburg, Germany, August 23-25, 2017)

A paper given at IWDW 2017. Read more >

H. Sellahewa, N. Ibrahim & S. Zeadally, “Biometric Authentication for Wearables”, accepted for publication in M.S. Obaidat, I. Traore & I. Woungang (eds), Biometric-based Security Systems: State of the Art and Perspectives, to be published by Cambridge University Press in Winter 2018

A chapter to appear in an edited Cambridge University Press volume. Read more >

H. Al-Assam, W.K. Hassan & S. Zeadally, “Remote Biometric Authentication for Cloud Computing”, accepted for publication in M.S. Obaidat, I. Traore & I. Woungang (eds), Biometric-based Security Systems: State of the Art and Perspectives, to be published by Cambridge University Press in Winter 2018

A chapter to appear in an edited Cambridge University Press volume. Read more >

Susan Edwards, “Protecting children and vulnerable adults from witchcraft and spirit possession: related violence, victimisation and other harms”, International Family Law, Policy and Practice 4.3 (Winter 2016), 31-40

Professor Edwards concludes that understanding the signs of witchcraft abuse is crucial to safeguarding children. Read more >

D.D. Coffman & A.K. Kabiri, “Fiscal systems and fiscal union: Historical variety and policy challenges”, in I. Cardinale, D.D. Coffman & R. Scazzieri (eds), The Political Economy of the Eurozone (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), ch.13

This chapter argues that the variety in European fiscal systems presents a significant structural challenge to fiscal union, even if the terms of the fiscal union are meant to preserve national autonomy in this regard and focus instead on outcomes. Read more >

D. Ibrahim, H. Al-Assam, S. Jassim & H. Du, “Multi-level Trainable Segmentation for Measuring Gestational and Yolk Sacs from Ultrasound Images“, MIUA 2017: Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (July 2017, CCIS Series vol. 723), 86-97

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60964-5_8

D. Traore, K. Rietdorf, N. Al-Jawad & H. Al-Assam, “Automatic Hotspots Detection for Intracellular Calcium Analysis in Fluorescence Microscopic Videos”, MIUA 2017: Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (July 2017, CCIS Series vol. 723), 862-873

In this paper, we propose an automated framework to detect areas inside cells that show changes in their calcium concentration. Read more >

S. Hussein, S. Jassim & H Al-Assam, “Automatic Quantification of Epidermis Curvature in H&E Stained Microscopic Skin Image of Mice”, MIUA 2017: Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (July 2017, CCIS Series vol. 723), 935-945

This paper proposes an automatic algorithm to quantify curvature of microscope images of H&E-stained murine skin. Read more >

S. Pal, H. Al-Assam and H. Sellahewa, “On the Discrimination Power of Dynamic Features for Online Signature”, accepted to appear in the 50th International Conference in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) (London, August 2017)

A paper from DSP 2017 Read more >

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