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Re[in]spired Textile

Maria Vogiatzaki
Re[in]spired textile is research on skin prosthetics, capable of respiring, providing thermal comfort to users, responding to stimuli received from the environment. The design methodology deploys digital technologies that enable experimentation with complex forms through simulations, towards creating dynamic systems that adapt to different topologies, geometries, scales and environmental conditions. Additive manufacturing can create complex objects directly from 3D models by stratifying material layers, allowing prototypes to be customisable. Dual-material 3d printing technology, enables the...

FIReS webinar 1: Fostering innovative resilience of clinical services to major disasters

Nebil Achour
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time ever modern healthcare systems globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates while maintaining most urgent operations. Although this approach is often adopted during disasters, its adoption for pandemic has caused tremendous disruption for healthcare systems in the forms of backlog and reduction in the ability of hospitals to provide care to millions...

Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

Nebil Achour
This is the recording of the “Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic International Webinar”. The Webinar was held on 27 May 2021 by Anglia Ruskin University, UK. The recording provides information for healthcare professionals, major emergency planners, policy makers and engineers aiming to support hospital decision makers to improve resilience through learning about the experience of national and international hospitals. Five speakers from multi-disciplinary backgrounds share their recent research and lessons...

Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic

Nebil Achour
This is the recording of the “Healthcare Resilience to Major Disasters: Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic International Webinar”. The Webinar was held on 27 May 2021 by Anglia Ruskin University, UK. The recording provides information for healthcare professionals, major emergency planners, policy makers and engineers aiming to support hospital decision makers to improve resilience through learning about the experience of national and international hospitals. Five speakers from multi-disciplinary backgrounds share their recent research and lessons...

FIReS webinar 1: Fostering innovative resilience of clinical services to major disasters

Nebil Achour
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time ever modern healthcare systems globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates while maintaining most urgent operations. Although this approach is often adopted during disasters, its adoption for pandemic has caused tremendous disruption for healthcare systems in the forms of backlog and reduction in the ability of hospitals to provide care to millions...

Re[in]spired Textile

Maria Vogiatzaki, Effie Douroudi, Maria Lantavou & Ioanna Symeonidou
Re[in]spired textile is research on skin prosthetics, capable of respiring, providing thermal comfort to users, responding to stimuli received from the environment. The design methodology deploys digital technologies that enable experimentation with complex forms through simulations, towards creating dynamic systems that adapt to different topologies, geometries, scales and environmental conditions. Additive manufacturing can create complex objects directly from 3D models by stratifying material layers, allowing prototypes to be customisable. Dual-material 3d printing technology, enables the...

Re[in]spired Textile

Maria Vogiatzaki, Effie Douroudi, Maria Lantavou & Ioanna Symeonidou
Re[in]spired textile is research on skin prosthetics, capable of respiring, providing thermal comfort to users, responding to stimuli received from the environment. The design methodology deploys digital technologies that enable experimentation with complex forms through simulations, towards creating dynamic systems that adapt to different topologies, geometries, scales and environmental conditions. Additive manufacturing can create complex objects directly from 3D models by stratifying material layers, allowing prototypes to be customisable. Dual-material 3d printing technology, enables the...

Anglia Ruskin

Lisa Blanshard
Anglia Ruskin University

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South
This project investigates what the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of "access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy" (SDG7) means to the professionals working on matters of energy access, and in particular what the implications are for gender equality (SDG5), in the Global South. Through collaboration with 11 partners across six countries, this project has undertaken 86 semi-structured interviews spanning Nigeria, Ghana, India and Pakistan. Specifically, the interviews were with professionals working on different...

Energy-SHIFTS: Energy Social Sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
Energy-SHIFTS – “Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan” – responded to the latest phase of the EC’s support for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research at the EU policy level. As is now widely recognised, rapid technological uptake is not the only factor in moving towards low-carbon energy systems. Critical social issues must be centrally considered from the earliest stages, including: democratic inclusion, burden-sharing, participation beyond niche groups, transformative governance,...

Energy-SHIFTS: Energy Social Sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
Energy-SHIFTS – “Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan” – responded to the latest phase of the EC’s support for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research at the EU policy level. As is now widely recognised, rapid technological uptake is not the only factor in moving towards low-carbon energy systems. Critical social issues must be centrally considered from the earliest stages, including: democratic inclusion, burden-sharing, participation beyond niche groups, transformative governance,...

FIReS Webinar 2: Fostering innovative resilience in healthcare: support services and infrastructure

Nebil Achour
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time every modern healthcare system globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches, and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates whilst maintaining most urgent operations. Healthcare services are now in challenging but also potentially ground-breaking position to re-think the way they operate. This webinar brought together international hospital professionals and researchers to discuss, debate and provide facts to explain the reasons...

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South

Gender equity and energy access in the Global South
This project investigates what the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of "access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy" (SDG7) means to the professionals working on matters of energy access, and in particular what the implications are for gender equality (SDG5), in the Global South. Through collaboration with 11 partners across six countries, this project has undertaken 86 semi-structured interviews spanning Nigeria, Ghana, India and Pakistan. Specifically, the interviews were with professionals working on different...

Energy-SHIFTS: Energy Social Sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
Energy-SHIFTS – “Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan” – responded to the latest phase of the EC’s support for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research at the EU policy level. As is now widely recognised, rapid technological uptake is not the only factor in moving towards low-carbon energy systems. Critical social issues must be centrally considered from the earliest stages, including: democratic inclusion, burden-sharing, participation beyond niche groups, transformative governance,...

Anglia Ruskin

Lisa Blanshard
Anglia Ruskin University

Energy-SHIFTS: Energy Social Sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
Energy-SHIFTS – “Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan” – responded to the latest phase of the EC’s support for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research at the EU policy level. As is now widely recognised, rapid technological uptake is not the only factor in moving towards low-carbon energy systems. Critical social issues must be centrally considered from the earliest stages, including: democratic inclusion, burden-sharing, participation beyond niche groups, transformative governance,...

Energy-SHIFTS: Energy Social Sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan

Energy-SHIFTS consortium
Energy-SHIFTS – “Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan” – responded to the latest phase of the EC’s support for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research at the EU policy level. As is now widely recognised, rapid technological uptake is not the only factor in moving towards low-carbon energy systems. Critical social issues must be centrally considered from the earliest stages, including: democratic inclusion, burden-sharing, participation beyond niche groups, transformative governance,...

FIReS Webinar 2: Fostering innovative resilience in healthcare: support services and infrastructure

Nebil Achour
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched for the first time every modern healthcare system globally. Hospitals were forced to cancel elective operations, develop new work approaches, and redeploy staff to treat infected patients, limit infection rates whilst maintaining most urgent operations. Healthcare services are now in challenging but also potentially ground-breaking position to re-think the way they operate. This webinar brought together international hospital professionals and researchers to discuss, debate and provide facts to explain the reasons...

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