Dr Felix Cuadrado, Queen Mary University of London Jun L, Yinzhou L, Cuadrado F et al. (2013) . Parallelized Jaccard-Based Learning Method and Map Reduce Implementation for Mobile Devices Recognition from Massive Network Data. CHINA COMMUNICATIONS vol. 10, (7) 71-84.  

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Professor Norman Fenton, Queen Mary University of London. FENTON NE, Neil M, Lagnado D (2013) . A General Structure for Legal Arguments About Evidence Using Bayesian Networks. Cognitive Science vol. 37, 61-102. 10.1111/cogs.12004 Constantinou A, FENTON NE (2013) . Determining the level of ability of football teams by dynamic ratings based on the relative discrepancies in […]

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Kavin Narasimhan, Queen Mary University of London [2013] KP Narasimhan and G White, An Agent-Based Analyses of F-formations in Advances on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 239-250.

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Professor Steve Uhlig, Queen Mary, University of London B. Ager, W. Mühlbauer, G. Smaragdakis, and S. Uhlig. Web content cartography. Proc. of ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Conference, Berlin, Germany, November 2011. PDF

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Dr Russell Binions, Queen Mary, University of London Naik AJT, Bowman C, Panjwani N, Warwick MEA and Binions R (2013). Electric field assisted aerosol assisted chemical vapour deposition of nanostructured metal oxide thin films. Thin Solid Films 10.1016/j.surfcoat.2013.06.005  

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Dr. Marcus Pearce, Queen Mary, University of London Carrus, E., Pearce, M. T., & Bhattacharya, J. (2012). Melodic pitch expectation interacts with neural responses to syntactic but not semantic violations. Cortex. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2012.08.024.

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Dr Tina Chowdhury, Queen Mary, University of London Potential therapeutic effects of CNP in protecting cartilage Natriuretic peptide receptors regulate cytoprotective effects in an ex vivo human 3D/bioreactor model.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23883591

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Dr. Dan Stowell, Queen Mary, University of London D. Stowell, S. Musevic, J. Bonada and M. D. Plumbley, Improved multiple birdsong tracking with distribution derivative method and Markov renewal process clustering . International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2013), May 2013   Key Points Automatic analysis of bird sound recordings is important […]

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Dr Ranjan Vepa, Queen Mary, University of London Vepa R (2012). Adaptive state estimation of a PEM fuel cell. Ieee Transactions On Energy Conversion vol. 27, (2) 457-467. 10.1109/TEC.2012.2190073

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Professor Keith Pullen, City University, London Invention 24 “Low cost energy storage flywheel” (24) K R Pullen “Low cost energy storage flywheel” WO Patent WO/2008/071,955, Filed Jan 2010 M Lamere “Energy storage flywheels for the developing world” commenced Oct 2010.   Key Points The key to the success of low carbon vehicle powertrains is making […]

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Dr. Mario Orsi, Queen Mary, University of London Orsi M and Essex JW (2013). Physical properties of mixed bilayers containing lamellar and nonlamellar lipids: insights from coarse-grain molecular dynamics simulations. Faraday Discussions vol. 161, 249-272. 10.1039/c2fd20110k

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Emeritus Professor Chris Lawn, Queen Mary, University of London: Development of a Thermoacoustic Engine Key Points * The thermoacoustic effect uses a source of heat to maintain a temperature gradient in material containing fine pores. Acoustic waves passing through this material are amplified as each ‘particle’ of gas is made to undergo a Stirling cycle. […]

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Dr. Akram Alomainy, Queen Mary, University of London (w. Mr Tamer Aboufoul). Tamer Aboufoul, Clive G. Parini and Akram Alomainy, Polarization Reconfigurable Ultra Wideband Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 55 (3), 2013, pp.501–506. Key Points – The antenna requirement for Cognitive Radio communication systems is still not clear yet, but […]

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Dr. Paul Bruce, Imperial College, London. Bruce PJK, Babinsky H, 2012, Experimental Study into the Flow Physics of Three-Dimensional Shock Control Bumps, JOURNAL OF AIRCRAFT, Vol:49, ISSN:0021-8669, Pages:1222-1233 Key Points The research described in this short film centres around the development of a novel flow control technology for aircraft known as a “shock control bump”. […]

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Professor Peter McOwan, Queen Mary, University of London. Castellano G, Leite I, Pereira A et al. (2013) . MULTIMODAL AFFECT MODELING AND RECOGNITION FOR EMPATHIC ROBOT COMPANIONS. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMANOID ROBOTICS vol. 10, (1) Article ARTN 1350010, 10.1142/S0219843613500102

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Dr Anne Hsu, Queen Mary University, London Hsu A, Chater N, Vitányi P, (2013) Language learning from positive evidence, reconsidered: A simplicity-based approach Topics in Cognitive Science 5(1), 35-55(pdf)

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Dr. Mirko Kovac, Aerial Robotics Laboratory, Imperial College London Kovac, M., (2013) The Bioinspired Design Paradigm: A perspective for soft robotics, 1(1) pp. 28-37 Kovac, M., Krishnan, R., Bendana, Burton, J., M., Smith, M., Wood, R. (2012) Multi-stage Micro Rockets for Robotic Butterflies. MIT Press Kovac, M., Schlegel, M., Zufferey, J.-C. and Floreano, D. (2010) […]

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Professor Ken Grattan, City University, London Applications of optical sensing techniques in industrial situations

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