This post was first published on Base’s blog You know you have arrived in Seville, Spain when the taxi is playing “sevillanas” – a traditional music style from the region…. »
Creative, Digital & Cognitive Science: PGR
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Music Technology for users with complex needs Music is essential to most of us. It can light up all areas of the brain and help to develop skills with communication… »
Modelling and animation of virtual humans Xiangyu is researching into modelling and animation of virtual humans in the field of computer graphics. Current main stream techniques of polygon, NURBS and… »
Real-time Object Morphology Changes Due to Organic Decomposition Dhana Frerichs received her B.Sc. degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of York in 2012 and since then has… »
A Model to Support the Decision Process for Migration to Cloud Computing A PhD researcher in creative technology research centre under supervision of Dr Reza Sahandi. Adel’s research area is… »
Cloud Security Ibrahim Mansour finished his undergraduate in 2002 and since then he has worked in different positions. He has worked as a computer maintenance engineer, a high school teacher,… »
In May 2015, the Commission for Europe of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), who oversees the worldwide tourism sector, got together in Haifa, Israel for their 58th meeting to discuss… »
IET Postgraduate Scholarship Dr Neil Vaughan from the Data Science Institute at Bournemouth University has received a competitive scholarship award from Institution of Engineering & Technology. Dr. Neil Vaughan was awarded an IET Postgraduate… »
Dr. Neil Vaughan has been announced as winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Prize, presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice-chancellor of Bournemouth University. The prize is award to the most outstanding post-graduate… »
Dr Neil Vaughan has been announced as the winner of UK ICT Pioneer 2014. The competition was organised by the UK Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The winning award was within… »
Postgraduate media historians spent a week with colleagues from Sweden and Germany as part of the European Media History (EMHIS) project.
Trevor Hearing: An investigation by reflective practice into the use of documentary video as a form of performative scholarship with particular reference to the Toblerone Project
A performative, investigative documentary about the early history of the nuclear bomb.
Researcher: Mohsen Amiribesheli Mohsen joined the faculty of Science and Technology in September 2013 as a full time PhD student. He received his MSc in computing at the University of… »
Researcher: Rhiannon Barrington Despite normal intelligence and educational opportunities, some children show a persistent difficulty in learning to read; these children are often diagnosed with developmental dyslexia. Here at Bournemouth… »
Marzenna Hiles: Cohort Culture and the ‘student voice’ in creative and media subjects in UK Higher Education
Researcher: Marzenna Hiles Marzenna joined Bournemouth University’s Media School as a doctoral researcher in September 2013. She holds an MA in Creative and Media Education from Bournemouth University (2011); has… »
Researcher: Hayleigh Bosher Hayleigh Bosher is a first year PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Professor Martin Kretschmer. Hayleigh’s PhD research involves a consideration of online… »
Researcher: Marketa Zezulkova BU Media School lecturer Marketa Zezulkova is conducting doctoral research into the ways primary schoolchildren learn through media in different social and cultural contexts and how the… »
Researcher: Danielle Tilley Danielle Tilley is a postgraduate student in Psychology within the School of Design, Engineering and Computing with a keen interest in the application and efficiency of lie… »
Researcher: Ashley Woodfall Ashley Woodfall worked in the television industry for many years before joining the research community at Bournemouth University’s Media School. He is a Fellow of the Royal… »
Researcher: Pham Hai Chung My research area focuses on youth identity definition created through local consumption preferences by exploring the complexity and dynamics in the process of negotiation and re-negotiation… »