Wednesday 23rd June | Venue: Online
Join us as we celebrate the achievements of the SPaRK cohort and learn more about the 20 individual research projects that have formed this unique interdisciplinary programme.
SPaRK is a Horizon2020 funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral training programme that has supported 20 interdisciplinary PhD students at Queen’s University Belfast. The project commenced in May 2017 and most of our first cohort have completed their research with the second cohort due to complete by the end of 2021.
This showcase will allow us to celebrate the achievments of the programme and the individual researchers.
Hear from our researchers in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
During this session you will hear from the following researchers
|10.15||Apolline Malevez||Interior Spaces in Belgian Art and Architecture (1880-1914): Domesticity, Materiality and Intimacy|
|10.20||Xi Wang||Museum without Walls: Access for All|
|10.25||Homer Wagenaar||Innovation and Incentives: The Patent System of the Netherlands, 1817-1869.|
|10.30||Lucia Klencakova||The role of educational providers in addressing intimate partner violence among youth in Northern Ireland|
|10.35||Georges Moraitis||The Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs and the Negotiation of International Law, 1842-1911|
|10.40||Laura Wurm||Speculation and trade in the long nineteenth century|
|10.45||Chandril Ghosh||Using data analytics and innovative research methodologies for the mapping of psychopathology|
10.50am-11.00am We will take a short break before joining our researchers in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at 11am
Hear from our researchers in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
|11.00||Filippo Bertozzo||Disease in the Early Cretaceous - A Comparitive Study of Iguanodon and Hadrosaur Paleopathology|
|11.05||Giorgio Zicari||Quantum machine learning in simulated linear-optics scenarios|
|11.10||Deepak Singh||Atomistic determination of the magnetic properties of perovskite nanoparticles for biomedical applications|
|11.15||Boris Odlozilik||Biological effects of laser-accelerated ion bursts.|
11.20am- 11.30am - A short break, join us at 11.30am to hear from our researchers in Medicine, Health and Life Sciences.
Hear from our researchers in the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
|11.30||Shane O’Donnell||Creative media as a vehicle for reduction of suicide risk in men|
|11.35||Alvaro Carcamo Martinez||Microneedle array patches for skin hyperthermia and enhanced intradermal drug delivery|
|11.40||Goncalo Rosas da Silva||Assessing the utility of metabolite profiles of human serum, urine and saliva for determining dietary intake|
|11.45||Hadeel Sulieman||Development of advances protease inhibitor nanoformulations for human disease|
|11.50||Swati Kumar||Identifying novel combination therapies for the treatment of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma|
|11.55||Adrian Juncos Bombin||Development of a Nanomedicine in an Electrospun Patch for Wound Healing’ (NEW)|
|12.00||Piangfan Naksukpaiboon||Construction and Analysis of Cancer Specific Interaction Networks by Data Integration and Co-Expression Analysis in Colorectal Cancer|
12.05pm Closing Address and Highlights Video
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