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Webinar: Preparing for lecture recording: presentation design and media use

This webinar session outlines the rollout of the new Media Hopper Replay service across the University of Edinburgh and focuses on the design and accessibility of teaching materials, in recorded…

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Stephanie (Charlie) Farley
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Creative Commons - Attribution
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English
Date Created
25/07/2017

The international experience at the University of Edinburgh Business School

Michelle O'Toole, Lecturer in Human Resource Management, describes her international experience and the impact it has had on her teaching style. At the University of Edinburgh Business School…

From  Seonaid McNicoll 4 Months ago 0   7    0  
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Inaugural Lecture of Prof Conchur O Bradaigh: Lightweight Composite Materials, How Far and How Fast?

Lightweight Composite Materials: How Far and How Fast? Lightweight composite materials, composed of polymers reinforced by advanced fibres made of carbon, glass and polymers, have come a long way…

From  Billy Rosendale 4 Months ago 0   66    0  
Publisher
University of Edinburgh
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
16/05/2017

Inaugural Lecture of Prof Conchur O Bradaigh: Lightweight Composite Materials, How Far and How Fast? (MP3 Audio only)

Lightweight Composite Materials: How Far and How Fast? Lightweight composite materials, composed of polymers reinforced by advanced fibres made of carbon, glass and polymers, have come a long way…

From  Billy Rosendale 4 Months ago 0   1    0  
Publisher
University of Edinburgh
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
16/05/2017

3D-printing with the Ultimaker 3 for Engineering Science - Dr. Norbert Radacsi

Dr. Norbert Radacsi shows how 3D-printing can be implemented into the field of science and research. His students are currently working on energy storage and biomedical applications. Further…

From  Michel Vong 5 Months ago 1   53    0  
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All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
24/04/2017

Stefanos Papanicolopulos: Granular materials

In this video Stefanos describes his research on how granular materials are involved in many engineering applications such as geotechnical engineering or industrial processes. His research focuses…

From  Billy Rosendale A year ago 0   94    0  
Publisher
School of Engineering
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
08/04/2014

Stefano Brandani: Carbon capture technologies

In this video Stefano describes his research into testing materials for their ability to capture carbon.Find out more:Professor Stefano Brandani, School of Engineering profile:…

From  Billy Rosendale A year ago 0   200    0  
Publisher
School of Engineering
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
31/10/2012

Khellil Sefiane: Two phase flows and heat transfer

In this video Khellil describes two phase flows, heat transfer and interfacial phenomena in microscale. These are crucial for thermal management applications such as miniature power systems,…

From  Billy Rosendale A year ago 0   138    0  
Publisher
School of Engineering
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
17/07/2013

George Serghiou: Engineering of chemicals

In this video, George describes how ambient constraints can be removed to produce targeted materials and material assemblies. Background: The research domain of our work is extreme conditions…

From  Billy Rosendale A year ago 0   103    0  
Publisher
School of Engineering
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
14/03/2013

Tina Düren: Nanoporous solids

In this video Tina describes how her team use molecular simulation to understand adsorption and diffusion in nanoporous solids. The molecular level insight we gain complements experimental…

From  Billy Rosendale A year ago 0   11    0  
Publisher
School of Engineering
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Language
English
Date Created
05/03/2013