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Learning About Neurodiversity at School: Key concepts for communicating neurodiversity to primary school children, from the LEANS project participatory design process

A peer-reviewed conference poster presented (virtually) at the 2021 International Society for Autism Research annual conference. ABSTRACT Learning About Neurodiversity at School: Key concepts…

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Adaptive Moving Meshes for Hyperbolic PDEs - Matthew Hubbard

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Adaptive eMoving Meshes for Hyperbolic PDEs Matthew Hubbard (University of Nottingham) 13 May 2022

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R-Adaptivity, Deep Learning and the Deep Ritz Method - Simone Appella

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs R-Adaptivity, Deep Learning and the Deep Ritz Method Simone Appella (The University of Bath) 11 May 2022 This…

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A Level Set Based Mesh Evolution Method for Shape Optimisation - Charles Dapogny

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs A Level Set Based Mesh Evolution Method for Shape Optimisation Charles Dapogny (CNRS & Laboratoire Jean…

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Optimal Transport Methods for Mesh Adaption - Chris Budd

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Optimal Transport Methods for Mesh Adaptation Chris Budd (University of Bath) 10 May 2022 This talk is being…

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Adaptive Non-Hierarchical Galerkin Methods for Parabolic Problems: Moving Mesh and Virtual Element Methods - Andrea Cangiani

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Adaptive Non-Hierarchical Galerkin Methods for Parabolic Problems: Moving Mesh and Virtual Element Methods Andrea…

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Adaptive Moving Mesh Methods for Computational Cell Biology - John MacKenzie

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Adaptive Moving Mesh Methods for Computational Cell Biology John MacKenzie (University of Strathclyde) 09 May,…

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Timo Betcke (University College London)

Subtitles will appear soon. 05 April 2022 Timo Betcke (University College London) Bempp - What's next?

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Grounded Speculation: Feeling into Digital Ruins

Professor Tracy Ireland - Grounded Speculation: Feeling into Digital Ruins Abstract In heritage and archaeology 3D models and visualisations are often characterised as capturing reality—as…

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Digital Education Programme Podcast 12: Previewing Semester 1 for September 2022

In this episode I talk with Pete Evans and James Lamb from the programme who will walk us through the option courses they will be teaching in Semester 1 of 2022-2023 academic year beginning in…

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One World: SNIP - Gilles Vilmart

One World Virtual Seminar Series - Stochastic Numerics and Inverse Problems, 30 March 2022 Gilles Vilmart (Université de Genève)Superconvergent methods inspired by the Crank-Nicolson…

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 4

An outline of exploratory sequential mixed methods design and a discussion of whether conversation analysis (and discursive psychology) can be mixed with coding and quantification.

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 3

This is an outline of the explanatory sequential mixed methods design model in psychological research.

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 2

This is an outline of one mixed methods design, the convergent design.

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 1

An introduction to using mixed methods in psychological research.

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21 March 2022: Stefan Güttel (The University of Manchester) - The Rational Krylov Toolbox

Stefan Güttel (The University of Manchester) - The Rational Krylov Toolbox The subtitles/captions on this talk are being edited. They will be available within 2 weeks of the talk being published.

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