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KT Champion funding continues to support showcasing, secondments and website development

2012年1月10日

Dr Felia Allum, Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies has been awarded funding to run an event on Italian mafias in the UK for the Association of Chief Police Officers, the Home Office and individual Police Constabularies. 

Dr Danae Stanton-Fraser, Department of Psychology, was awarded funding for a secondment to MediaCityUK in Manchester to discuss the R&D work in the organisation and ways of working together.

Dr Andrew Chalmers, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, was awarded funding to design and launch a Bath Antibody Database website, which will provide objective information on currently available research antibodies to scientists, including those in biotech and pharmaceutical companies.

Dr Guy McCusker, Department of Computer Science, was awarded funding for a workshop on Cyber Security, Identity and Influence, bringing together academics from across the University and industrial collaborators. This event will enable existing and new external contacts to see and understand the full range of research interests and expertise at Bath in the cybersecurity space, and allow researchers at Bath to understand the needs and desires of both the industrial participants and one another. 

Professor Andrew Plummer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, was awarded funding for the development of two CPD courses on Piezoelectric Actuation and Simulation of Hydraulic Systems, aimed at disseminating research expertise to an industrial audience. 

Dr Niki Panteli, School of Management, was awarded funding to showcase and launch Realshare – an online platform for Teenagers and Young Adults (TYA) with Cancer to medical staff from the Southwest region and cancer charities, including Teenager Cancer Trust, Youth Cancer Trust and Macmillan. 

Dr Peter Anderson and Professor Anna Bull, Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies, were awarded funding for a seminar on Paths towards assimilating the violent past in Northern Ireland in comparison to Italy and Spain, which aims to highlight their research to victims’ associations and government agencies. 

KT Champion funding is available via your departmental KT Champions. It is available for activities aimed at building new collaborative links with external organisations. Please contact your KT Champion, or Dr Denise Cooke, RDSO, for further information.

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