Fellows Publications

Fellows Publications

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Roger Bacon and the Defence of Christendom

Dr Amanda Power

Power. Roger Bacon and the Defence of Christendom (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Very high bandwidth volumetric integration of depth images on mobile devices

Dr Victor Prisacariu

Kähler, Prisacariu, Ren, Sun, Torr and Murray ‘Very high bandwidth volumetric integration of depth images on mobile devices’ (ISMAR, 2015)

Numerical Valuation of Derivatives in High-Dimensional Settings via PDE Expansions

Professor Christoph Reisinger

Reisinger & Wissmann, ‘Numerical Valuation of Derivatives in High-Dimensional Settings via PDE Expansions’, (Journal of Computational Finance, 2015.)

When Does Brokerage Matter? Citation Impact of Research Teams in an Emerging Academic Field

Dr Duncan Robertson

Collet, Robertson, and Lup. ‘When Does Brokerage Matter?  Citation Impact of Research Teams in an Emerging Academic Field’, (Strategic Organization, 2014)

The Art of Solidarity in the Middle Ages

Professor Gervase Rosser

Gervase Rosser The Art of Solidarity in the Middle Ages: Guilds in England 1250-1550 (Oxford University Press, 2015)

 

Age group and individual differences in attentional orienting dissociate neural mechanisms of encoding and maintenance in visual STM

Professor Gaia Scerif

Shimi, Kuo, Astle, Nobre, Scerif. ‘Age group and individual differences in attentional orienting dissociate neural mechanisms of encoding and maintenance in visual STM.’ (J Cogn Neurosci, 2014)

Symmetry Switching of Negative Thermal Expansion by Chemical Control

Dr Mark Senn

Senn, Murray, Luo, Wang, Huang, Cheonf, Bombardi, Ablitt, Mostofu, Bristowe. ‘Symmetry Switching of Negative Thermal Expansion by Chemical Control’ (J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016)

Late Victorian into Modern

Professor Kirsten Shepherd-Barr

Part of a series entitled Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature

  • A collection of original essays by international experts in the field
  • Wide-ranging and interdisciplinary discussions of the literature and culture of the period
  • Includes work by both established and emerging scholars
  • Engages with recent debates on the continuities between the Victorian and the modern
Observation of the rare Bs0 →µ+µ− decay from the combined analysis of CMS and LHCb data

Professor Ian Shipsey

‘Observation of the rare Bs0µ+µ decay from the combined analysis of CMS and LHCb data’ (Nature, 2015)

The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds

Selina Siak (Atlas Research Fellow, 1986)

The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds (AmazonCrossing , 2016)

Facing challenges in an increasingly colonial world, Chye Hoon, a rebellious young girl, must learn to embrace her mixed Malayan-Chinese identity as a Nyonya—and her destiny as a cook, rather than following her first dream of attending school like her brother. Amidst the smells of chillies and garlic frying, Chye Hoon begins to appreciate the richness of her traditions, eventually marrying Wong Peng Choon, a Chinese man. Together, they have ten children. At last, she can pass on the stories she has heard—magical tales of men from the sea—and her warrior’s courage, along with her wonderful kueh (cakes). But the cultural shift towards the West has begun. Chye Hoon finds herself afraid of losing the heritage she so prizes as her children move more and more into the modernising Western world.

Genetic Mapping Identifies Novel Highly Protective Antigens for an Apicomplexan Parasite

Dr Adrian Smith

Blake, Billington, Copestake, Oakes, Quail, Wan, Shirley, Adrian Smith. 'Genetic Mapping Identifies Novel Highly Protective Antigens for an Apicomplexan Parasite' (2011, PLOS)
 

The Cambridge History of the Romance Languages

John Charles Smith

Maiden, Smith and Ledgeway. The Cambridge History of the Romance Languages. (Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Nanoparticle-loaded Protein-Polymer Nanodroplets for Improved Stability and Conversion Efficiency in Ultrasound Imaging and Drug Delivery

Professor Eleanor Stride

J. Lee, D. Carugo, C. Crake, J. Owen, M. de Saint Victor, A. Seth, C. Coussios and E. Stride. 'Nanoparticle-loaded Protein-Polymer Nanodroplets for Improved Stability and Conversion Efficiency in Ultrasound Imaging and Drug Delivery'. (Advanced Materials 27, 2015)

Asymmetric synthesis of substituted anti-β-fluorophenylalanines

Dr James Thomson

Davies, Fletcher, Frost, Roberts, Thomson. ‘Asymmetric synthesis of substituted anti-β-fluorophenylalanines’ (Org. Lett. 2015)

Stiffness, strength and interwall sliding in aligned and continuous multi-walled carbon nanotube/glass composite microcantilevers

Professor Richard Todd

Otieno, Koos, Dillon, Yahya, Dancer, Hughes, Grobert and Todd. ‘Stiffness, strength and interwall sliding in aligned and continuous multi-walled carbon nanotube/glass composite microcantilevers’ (Acta Materialia, 2015).

Conditional Random Fields as Recurrent Neural Networks

Professor Philip Torr
 

Zheng, Jayasumana, Romera-Paredes, Vineet, Su, Du, Huang, Torr. 'Conditional Random Fields as Recurrent Neural Networks'. (ICCV, 2015)

Scarlett Johansson's Body and the Materialization of Voice

Professor Laura Tunbridge

Tunbridge. 'Scarlett Johansson's Body and the Materialization of Voice' (Twentieth Century Music, 2016)

Shakespeare's Comedies: A Very Short Introduction

Professor Bart van Es

van Es. Shakespeare's Comedies: A Very Short Introduction (OUP, 2016)

Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in human and non-human species

Dr Kerry Walker

Geiser, Walker, Bendor. ‘Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in human and non-human species.' (Front Psychol, 2014)

Multi-Objective Decision Making

Professor Shimon Whiteson

Diederik Roijers, Shimon Whiteson ‘Multi-Objective Decision Making’ (Morgan & Claypool, 2015)

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