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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.

To read more about the research activities of Buckingham’s staff, please visit our Staff Directory to view our academics and their work.

The University of Buckingham Press publishes authoritative, independent research and academic works by Buckingham staff and others in both journals and books.

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

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

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

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)

F. Shukur & H. Sellahewa, “An Intelligent Context-Aware Biometrics System Based on Agent Technology”, accepted to appear in IWAISe, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) (Melbourne, August 2017)

Julian Richards, Extremism, Radicalization and Security: An Identity Theory Approach (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)

Juan E. Castañeda & Tim Congdon, “Have central banks forgotten about money? The case of the European Central Bank, 1999-2014”, in T. Congdon (ed.), Money in the Great Recession: Did a Crash in Money Growth Cause the Global Slump? (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017), ch.4

Katherine Finlay & J. Elander, “Reflecting the transition from pain management services to chronic pain support group attendance: An interpretative phenomenological analysis”, British Journal of Health Psychology 21.3 (Sep 2016), 660-676

Sarah Sargent, “Rights and reparation: An assessment of the UNDRIP’s contribution to American Indian land claims”, in S. Sargent & J. Samanta (eds), Indigenous Rights: Changes and Challenges for the 21st Century (Buckingham: University of Buckingham Press, 2017), pp.88-115

T. Albaidhani, S. Jassim & H. Al-Assam, “Computer aided solution for segmenting the neuron line in hippocampal microscope images”, Proc. SPIE, Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing, Security, and Applications (May 2017), pp.1022109-1022109-8