CHRI Small Ads for Research
Small Ads are one way for staff and students to share research questions and explore possible connections or collaborations.
Are you looking for a research collaborator? Do you have a particular research issue or question you'd like to share? If so, further details on how to submit a Small Ad can be found here.
You may find a shared interest in the Ads below:
Researcher on adult language learning wltm musician and/or psychologist with interest in how adults learn musical instruments, with view to joint funded research project. Contact Alison Wray: Wraya@cf.ac.uk.
French scholars with interests in photography and travel wltm specialists in European visual cultures with a view to collaborative research bids. Contact Claire Gorrara: email@example.com
Contact at Nottingham University Classics Department has a keen interest in developing tools/programmes which allow the 3D reconstruction of ancient archaeological sites, combined with new ways of experiencing interaction and information. Seeks partners in Museums/3D programmer/games specialist/display or guided tour specialist/academic networks. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact at York University Music department is seeking partners with an interest in the application of the skills and insights of composing to business. Contact email@example.com.
Professor in Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Glamorgan, currently developing a network around storytelling and health, but interested in other collaborations around the application of storytelling. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project at Abertay University seeks curators or early music collections and musicians interested in early music. The project will create authentic fully-playable digital models of fragile antique keyboard instruments. Once completed, the digital models will form the centrepiece of an interactive exhibit that will allow visitors to the instrument collection to play the keyboards without risk of damage to the originals, and allowing them to experience all aspects of the instrument, not just the ornamental casing. Contact: Dr Kenny McAlpine, email@example.com
Are you interested in the quality of the sonic environment in cities? What people want cities to sound like? Why cities sound like they do? What makes a ‘sonic place’? Contact: Mike Fedeski, ARCHI – firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a psychologist interested in being involved in running our ‘imitation game’ experiments relating to knowledge and expertise. Contact: Harry Collins, SOCSI – CollinsHM@cf.ac.uk
How is regeneration (such as economic improvement, arts-led regeneration, tackling unemployment) understood through a broad reading of texts? The iconography of Ebbw Vale? The meaning of regeneration policy documents? Contact: Rebecca Edwards, Regeneration Institute - email@example.com