Creative, Digital & Cognitive Science
We are world leaders in computer animation, media production, and marketing and communications, and we work with the creative industries throughout the UK and overseas. We are also experts in media copyright, software systems and artificial intelligence, so we are making a large contribution to one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy.
BU researchers work across computer animation, media production, marketing and communications, media copyright, software systems and artificial intelligence. Read about the latest news, projects and research developments in this theme here.
Researchers from the Advances in Media Management (AiMM) research cluster have had 8 abstracts (a 100% success rate) accepted for the forthcoming European Media Management Association conference in Belgium. This... »
The Computational Intelligence Research Initiative (CIRI) at Bournemouth University is organising a Special Session on Machine Learning in Medical Diagnosis and Prognosis at IEEE CIBCB 2017. The IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics... »
‘Can you convey the impact of your research in a single image?’ That’s the challenge we set BU academics and students this year. The overwhelming response saw researchers from across the university getting... »
Heath McDonald, Swinburne University of Technology and Daniel Lock, Bournemouth University Declining television viewership for sporting events might suggest that those of us who heralded sport as a potential saviour... »
When the earthquake hit Nepal in 2015, the newspapers were full of stories of the tragic event, the devastation left following the natural disaster, and the heroic clean-up effort on... »
Complex global challenges are a defining feature of today’s world. Universities can play a key role in addressing these challenges and shaping a future for generations to come that we... »
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The research carried out by Bournemouth University found that there is no demonstrable harm to the popularity (and by inference reputation) of original works arising from spoof or parody videos
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BU research is contributing to this fast growing sector of the economy. Read more about how industries, individual businesses and governments are applying our research.
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... »
We involve and interact with our research users and general public through events, workshops, lectures and other collaborative opportunities. Public engagement informs our research and shares our knowledge.
BU has a vibrant postgraduate community and members of BU’s Graduate School work across a range of disciplines. Research degrees and doctoral opportunities are listed on the Graduate School web pages. Learn more about our current postgraduate researchers and their projects in this section.