Doctoral College

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Maureen Kehinde

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Maureen Kehinde (PhD, BUBS) with this poster entitled: A qualitative inquiry investigation of policy-practice decoupling factors of Environmental sustainability in universities: a case study of North-East Scottish universities. Click the poster below to enlarge. This research presents the findings from an investigation of decouplings… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Kazeem Balogun

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Kazeem Balogun (PhD, FST) with this poster entitled: Overview of blackblaze HDD analysis for predictive maintenance. Click the poster below to enlarge.   With recent studies showing viability of machine learning (ML) among other tools as a better approach in performing Hard Disk Drive… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Taalia Nadeem

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Taalia Nadeem (PhD, BUBS) with this poster entitled: Understanding the social representation of uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs): how public and stakeholder views empower or constrain pathways to adoption. Click the poster below to enlarge. UAVs now support various purposes including within healthcare logistics. There… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Shell Smith

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Shell Smith (PhD, FHSS) with this poster entitled: Does motorcyclists’ identification, perception, and knowledge towards risk change regarding their motorcycling qualifications and experience? Click the poster below to enlarge. Motorcyclists are one of the most vulnerable road user groups in the U.K. with an… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Zhiqi Li

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Zhiqi Li (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: Deep learning for scene flow estimation: methods and applications. Click the poster below to enlarge. Scene flow estimation aims at obtaining structure information and 3D motion of dynamic scenes. It has long been an interest of… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Rosie Harper

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Rosie Harper (PhD, FHSS) with this poster entitled: Nudging: a theoretical concept for a very practical approach to pelvic floor muscle training. Click the poster below to enlarge. A third of women suffer from stress incontinence which affects their physical, mental and social wellbeing…. Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Samantha Everard

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Samantha Everard (MRes, FHSS) with this poster entitled: How do people with multiple disabilities experience, engage with and participate in self-employment support. Click the poster below to enlarge. “Seeing every individual for their ability, especially those with hidden impairments, makes good business sense” (Kirby,… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Sitsada Sartamorn

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Sitsada Sartamorn (PhD, BUBS) with this poster entitled: Hybrid social media marketing; How metaverse and other cutting-edge technologies impact on consumer experiences by reducing borders between real and virtual space in Thai organic food market. Click the poster below to enlarge. The pandemic of… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Omowonuola Okunnu

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Omowonuola Okunnu (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: A comparative study of the interconnectedness of religion and politics in Northern and Southern Nigeria: The role of literacy level. Click the poster below to enlarge. Although research on the determinants of political outcomes has been… Read more »

PGR Virtual Poster Exhibition | Penny Wells

The 13th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, hosted by the Doctoral College. Penny Wells (PhD, FMC) with this poster entitled: How people relate to environmental disaster in contemporary literature; an ecocritical approach. Click the poster below to enlarge. Taking six contemporary eco-novels containing scenarios of environmental disaster, this study examines how each is portrayed. The question… Read more »