14 Works

A fibre optic platform for use in sensing chemical and microbiological water contamination

Matthew Partridge, James Barrington, Stephen James & Antonio Rendon Romero
Power point slides for my talk at the 11th Rapid Methods Europe 2016. The work presented here is a summary of a range of previously papers listed in the references.

Sharing my data with figshare fest

Matthew Partridge
My presentation for figshare fest 2016 on the 2nd of November

Software vulnerability discovery and disclosure system: a systems dynamics approach

Paul Lewis
3MT (three minute thesis) presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium. This research investigates this critical issue of software vulnerabilities within commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software. More specifically, what are the dynamics and structures of the system that is driving the increased rate of discovery, and furthermore, what impact do new innovations, policy or otherwise, have in both upon the system and in decreasing the risk organisations face. The ultimate aim of this research is...

A fibre optic platform for use in sensing chemical and microbiological water contamination

Matthew Partridge, James Barrington, S.W.James@Cranfield.Ac.Uk & Antonio Rendon Romero
Power point slides for my talk at the 11th Rapid Methods Europe 2016. The work presented here is a summary of a range of previously papers listed in the references.

Shoe Lab - Methodology Video

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley & Oscar Ponte
This video was produced in collaboration between Cisco, Cranfield University and brand consultancy The Clearing. It builds on research carried out by RECODE-NETWORK identifying and evaluating the opportunities a re-distributed production model offers to disrupt traditional industry models when combined with big data. The video shows the methodology followed to design the final shoe as an outcome of the project.

Shoe Lab - Methodology Video

Mariale Moreno, Fiona Charnley & Oscar Ponte
This video was produced in collaboration between Cisco, Cranfield University and brand consultancy The Clearing. It builds on research carried out by RECODE-NETWORK identifying and evaluating the opportunities a re-distributed production model offers to disrupt traditional industry models when combined with big data. The video shows the methodology followed to design the final shoe as an outcome of the project.

A fibre optic platform for use in sensing chemical and microbiological water contamination

Matthew Partridge, James Barrington, Stephen James & Antonio Rendon Romero
Power point slides for my talk at the 11th Rapid Methods Europe 2016. The work presented here is a summary of a range of previously papers listed in the references.

Software vulnerability discovery and disclosure system: a systems dynamics approach

Paul Lewis
3MT (three minute thesis) presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium. This research investigates this critical issue of software vulnerabilities within commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software. More specifically, what are the dynamics and structures of the system that is driving the increased rate of discovery, and furthermore, what impact do new innovations, policy or otherwise, have in both upon the system and in decreasing the risk organisations face. The ultimate aim of this research is...

Nonlinear vibration analysis of a complex aerospace structure

Samson Cooper
Technical paper presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Complex shaped aerodynamic structures such as deployable missiles are prone to exhibit some level of nonlinear phenomena due to their aerodynamic tailored design and application. Aside from the aeroelastic control challenges experienced by a missile, a fundamental challenge encountered by a deployable missile is the inevitable concentrated structural nonlinearities which are observed around the hinge of its fins. Due to the current design and manufacturing...

'Taking the heat' - developing propellants for high-temperature applications

Yahaya Mohammed
3MT (three minute thesis) presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Since the early 1800s, nitrocellulose (NC) based propellants have gained popularity due to their low cost, ease of manufacture, and good ballistics. Vehicle airbags, small arms ammunition, aircraft ejection seat, tactical missiles and short to medium range rockets are some of the areas where NC propellants have been applied. Typical homogenous NC-based propellants depending on the energetic constituents are classified as single,...

'Taking the heat' - developing propellants for high-temperature applications

Yahaya Mohammed
3MT (three minute thesis) presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
Since the early 1800s, nitrocellulose (NC) based propellants have gained popularity due to their low cost, ease of manufacture, and good ballistics. Vehicle airbags, small arms ammunition, aircraft ejection seat, tactical missiles and short to medium range rockets are some of the areas where NC propellants have been applied. Typical homogenous NC-based propellants depending on the energetic constituents are classified as single,...

Nuclear arms control: optimising verification processes through formal modelling

Paul Beaumont
Technical paper presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.Arms control verification processes do not in practice allow for the parties involved to gather complete information about each other. Instead, each must make decisions about whether or not other parties are complying with their obligations on the basis of limited information. They must also make decisions during negotiation of a verification regime about the measures to be used, and during implementation of that regime...

Sharing my data with figshare fest

Matthew Partridge
My presentation for figshare fest 2016 on the 2nd of November

Modelling the effects of temperature-dependent material properties in shear melt layers

Robert Timms
Technical paper presented at the 2016 Defence and Security Doctoral Symposium.
The mechanisms responsible for ignition of explosive materials in response to low energy stimuli, known as “insults" in the literature, are still not well understood. It is in general believed that explosive ignition is of thermal origin, with mechanical energy being converted into heat energy in localised regions, forming so-called \hot spots". When an explosive sample is subject to a mechanical insult pre-existing, or...

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