Visiting fellows at the Institute 2019-20
This year’s call for applications to the ILAS visiting fellowship scheme brought a number of exciting proposals for collaborations with researchers from across the world. We are delighted to be funding six fellowships in 2019-20 and the visiting fellows, their academic collaborators and their project titles are listed below. For more information about the fellows, their projects and planned visits follow the link to Visiting Fellows 2019-20.
Institute of Archaeological Sciences (Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften) at Goethe University Frankfurt.
Dr Erland will be working with Dr Sandra Woolley from the School of Computing and Mathematics on their joint project; 3D Acquisition and Virtual 3D Publication of Cuneiform Artefacts
Smith College, Massachusetts.
Dr McKahn and Professor Zoe Robinson, School of Geology, Geography and Environment, will be working on their joint project; Living Labs: Engineering, educational outcomes and energy literacy
Department of Artic Geology at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS).
Dr Pienkowski and Dr Alix Cage, School of Geography, Geology and the Environment, will be working on their joint project; Blue carbon and ice-ocean interactions in polar environments
School of Computing Edinburgh Napier University.
Dr Powers, Dr James Borg and Professor Fiona Polack from the School of Computing and Mathematics will be working together on their project; A socio-technical systems approach to balancing energy consumption on smart energy networks
Vecteurs-InfectionsTropicales et Mediteranneenes (VITRO), Dakar, Senegal.
Dr Sougoufara and Professor Fredric Tripet from the Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology (CAEP) in the School of Life Sciences will be working on their project; The impact of insecticide resistance on the fitness of Anopheles coluzzil mosquitoes
School of Life Science, Jilin University, Changchun .
Dr Ren and Dr Wen-Wu Li, School of Medicine, will be working on their joint proposal; Biotransformation of anticancer and antimalarial plant-derived alkaloids by gut microbiota