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Our REF2014 results
Queen’s returned over 95% of academic staff, which was the fifth largest percentage of staff returned in the REF2014. The University also has 14 subject areas ranked within the UK’s Top 20 and 76% of its research classified in the top two categories of world leading and internationally excellent.
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Queen’s has coordinated about 50 projects and been involved in 90 other projects under the 7th Framework Programme. In Horizon 2020, Queen’s has already secured 30 new grants.
We are delighted to welcome our Queen’s Fellows
The appointments have been made as part of the prestigious Queen’s University Research Fellowship Scheme which aims to attract, retain and develop the very best of research talent.
Forthcoming & Latest Publications
- Teenage talk: speaking, stance-taking, and young people's views of themselves within the education system
- Recent Progress in Wave Digital Audio Effects
- Recent Developments in Signal Processing for Audio and Music
- Modal Analysis and Synthesis of the University of Michigan Lurie Carillon
- Review of Virtual Power Plant Applications for Power System Management and Vehicle-to-Grid Market Development
- Random Forest Based Approach for Concept Drift Handling
- A spatial and temporal correlation analysis of aggregate wind power in an ideally interconnected Europe
- Renewable energy technology developments, trends and policy implications that can underpin the drive for global climate change
- The Three Ps
- Impact of mutational profiles on response of primary oestrogen receptor-positive breast cancers to oestrogen deprivation