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International Academic Fellowships 2020


Dr Jan-Willem Bos
Heriot-Watt University
Metastable nanomaterials for energy applications

Dr Iroise Dumontheil
Birkbeck, University of London
Can cognitive control training be used to change habits of thinking?

Dr Parisa Eslambolchilar
Cardiff University
Control systems model for cross-cultural physical activity intervention design

Professor Stephen Fairhurst
Cardiff University
Understanding gravitational wave observations and their Implications

Dr Niamh Nowlan
Imperial College London
Biomechanics and mechanobiology of articular cartilage development

Professor Shan Zhong
University of Manchester
Bio-inspired passive control of near-wall turbulence and energy harvesting devices


Dr Maud Anne Bracke
University of Glasgow
Towards ‘reproductive rights’: sex, bodies and population in Europe, 1945–1995

Dr Emma Meehan
Coventry University
Dancing dialogue: embodying diversity in Indonesia

Dr Elinor Payne
University of Oxford
Indian English on the move: language contact and change in new urban diasporas

Professor Yolanda Plumley
University of Exeter
Shining new light on late medieval music: a multi-disciplinary approach

Dr Bruce Routledge
University of Liverpool
Reusing and rethinking archaeological data

Professor Richard Williams
University of Edinburgh
The city after the automobile? Rethinking São Paulo’s urban highways

Social Sciences

Professor Rachel Murray
University of Bristol
Exploring interdisciplinary approaches to implementing human rights decisions

Dr Simone Tholens
Cardiff University
Knowledge, networks and practices of security assistance

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