World class defined and enabled is the strapline used by the leading global business transformation consultancy, The Hackett Group. Christopher Davenport, a Director at the The Hackett Group, recently hosted… »
Creative, Digital & Cognitive Science: Research Impact
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CMC’s Promotional Cultures and Communication Centre (PCCC) is delighted to announce that the recent research project they undertook for Exterion Media won ‘Best Research Initiative’ at last week’s Media Research Group… »
Digital businesses and educational leaders gathered together to discuss the challenges of recruiting, retaining and nuturing young talent in the local and regional creative industries. The event was organised by Silicon… »
BU’s Promotional Cultures & Communication Centre has recently completed a research project for Exterion Media Ltd., in partnership with Cog Research, which sought to understand more fully the way in… »
PhD Researcher Amen Alrobai delivered a well received presentation at the 6th International Working Conference on Human-Centred Software Engineering. This conference was held in Stockholm, Sweden, between the 29th and 31st… »
In 2012, BU’s Fusion Investment Fund awarded funds to study how media firms managed their businesses in an environment characterised by the uncertainty and turbulence caused by rapidly shifting digital technologies and changing audience… »
The Building Roman Britain Team have been accepted to present at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference in Oslo on Wednesday 30th March with a paper… »
The excitement and fanfare of the London 2012 Olympics faded long ago in Dorset, but it’s legacy lives on! During the Olympics, BU co-sponsored, with UK Trade & Investment, an… »
‘At the Edge of the Present’ and ‘A Certain Type of Freedom’ are two short films / visual essays on urban coexistence, public space, young people and digital media. They… »
Research over the past 5 years involving research visits to France and the United States is featured in interviews for shows on over 40 radio stations, and in the New… »
Operation Integratus are a group of musicians, technologists, composers, instrument builders working within the Experimental Media Research Group (EMERGE) of Bournemouth University, UK. Using augmented and experimental musical instruments and… »
Bournemouth University and Lufthansa Systems collaborate to improve airline ticket forecasting accuracy
The described impact has resulted from collaborative research between the Smart Technology Research Centre from Bournemouth University (BU) and Lufthansa Systems (LSY). The efforts focused on improving the quality of… »
The final year students on the BSc Psychology degree presented their dissertation research projects at a poster conference in Talbot House yesterday. The event demonstrated the wide range of topics… »
Last week Associate Professor Jacqui Taylor delivered two lectures as part of a 4 week NATO Strategic Communications training programme at the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence in Riga,… »
The epidural simulator research project based at Data Science Institute, Bournemouth University has received multiple international awards, and has attracted coverage from newspapers, magazines, members of parliament and online news. The simulator has been… »
A number of Psychology PhD students were awarded prizes at the annual Faculty of Science and Technology Postgraduate Research Conference earlier this week. Anna Bobak won first prize in the… »
A roundtable event at the House of Commons has called for greater public and professional awareness of the condition prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness. The event was hosted by… »
The described impact has resulted from collaborative research between the Smart Technology Research Centre from Bournemouth University (BU) and the Evonik Industries, one of the world leaders in the specialty… »
The Centre for Intellectual Property and Policy Management (CIPPM) is a multi-disciplinary research hub at BU. The ethos is bringing evidence-based, academic rigor to the regulation of intellectual property. Consequently the research has become an increasingly important resource to those involved in the legislative process.
In 2011 the National Centre for Computer Animation won the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in recognition of its contribution to world-leading excellence and pioneering development in computer animation. An example of this industry-shaping work is the development of new techniques to produce and render higher quality 3D images, and specifically the motion blur effect.