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An investigation of the rotation patterns of international association meetings and events (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Drake, C., Lockstone-Binney, L., Robertson, M., & Thi Phuong Dung, L. (2024, February). An investigation of the rotation patterns of international association meetings and events. Presented at The 34th Annual Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitali

International association meetings and events (IAMEs) are a significant segment of the business events sector. Noting the dearth of longitudinal research to confirm how these events rotate globally, regionally and over time, this study conducted an a... Read More about An investigation of the rotation patterns of international association meetings and events.

Ambient Air Pollution near Petrochemical Industries and Chronic Kidney Disease Risk: Integrating Citizen Science within an Exploratory Mixed Methods Study (dataset) (2024)
Data
Okoye, O. (2024). Ambient Air Pollution near Petrochemical Industries and Chronic Kidney Disease Risk: Integrating Citizen Science within an Exploratory Mixed Methods Study (dataset). [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17869/enu.2024.3559366

This is data underpinning the thesis titled 'Ambient Air Pollution near Petrochemical Industries and Chronic Kidney Disease Risk: Integrating Citizen Science with an Exploratory Mixed Methods Study'. The data includes quantitative data in SPSS file... Read More about Ambient Air Pollution near Petrochemical Industries and Chronic Kidney Disease Risk: Integrating Citizen Science within an Exploratory Mixed Methods Study (dataset).

Privacy-Aware Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) Using Bilinear Group Accumulators in Batch Mode (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Buchanan, W., Grierson, S., & Uribe, D. (2024). Privacy-Aware Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) Using Bilinear Group Accumulators in Batch Mode. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy (226-233

Biometric data is often highly sensitive, and a leak of this data can lead to serious privacy breaches. Some of the most sensitive of this type of data relates to the usage of DNA data on individuals. A leak of this type of data without consent could... Read More about Privacy-Aware Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) Using Bilinear Group Accumulators in Batch Mode.

Eco-friendly 3D Printing Mortar with Low Cement Content: Investigation on Printability and Mechanical Properties (2024)
Journal Article
Sukontasukkul, P., Komkham, S., Jamnam, S., Zhang, H., Fujikake, K., Puttiwongrak, A., & Hansapinyo, C. (2024). Eco-friendly 3D Printing Mortar with Low Cement Content: Investigation on Printability and Mechanical Properties. Civil Engineering Journal, 10

The conventional approach to achieving optimal printability and buildability in 3D printing mortar relies heavily on cement, which is both costly and environmentally detrimental due to substantial carbon emissions from its production. This study aims... Read More about Eco-friendly 3D Printing Mortar with Low Cement Content: Investigation on Printability and Mechanical Properties.

Digital Twins: Towards an Overarching Framework for the Built Environment (2024)
Journal Article
Bagireanu, A., Bros-Williamson, J., Duncheva, M., & Currie, J. (2024). Digital Twins: Towards an Overarching Framework for the Built Environment. Architectural and Environmental Engineering, 18(1), 1-11

Digital Twins (DTs) have entered the built environment from more established industries like aviation and manufacturing, although there has never been a common goal for utilising DTs at scale. Their assimilation into the built environment lacked its... Read More about Digital Twins: Towards an Overarching Framework for the Built Environment.

Where the Really Hard Quadratic Assignment Problems Are: the QAP-SAT instances (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Verel, S., Thomson, S. L., & Rifki, O. (2024, April). Where the Really Hard Quadratic Assignment Problems Are: the QAP-SAT instances. Presented at EvoCOP 2024

The Quadratic Assignment Problem (QAP) is one of the major domains in the field of evolutionary computation, and more widely in combinatorial optimization. This paper studies the phase transition of the QAP, which can be described as a dramatic chang... Read More about Where the Really Hard Quadratic Assignment Problems Are: the QAP-SAT instances.

Unregulated Futures: Scenario Planning for the Unknown (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Crawford, M., Roubelat, F., & Marchais-Roubelat, A. (2024, September). Unregulated Futures: Scenario Planning for the Unknown. Presented at Anticipation 2024, Lancaster, UK

Building from years of piloting novel methods for future visioning through group engagement, this curated session will take attendees through a fast-tracked, yet fully- immersive scenario planning workshop. The prompt is, “What does 2034 look like if... Read More about Unregulated Futures: Scenario Planning for the Unknown.

Designing out Barriers - Student Partnership for Student Voice Research (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Garden, C., Skelton, F., & Calabrese, P. (2024, September). Designing out Barriers - Student Partnership for Student Voice Research. Presented at RAISE Annual Conference 2024, Leicester

We are committed to creating a culture of inclusion at Edinburgh Napier University. Listening to and respecting the student voice are part of the culture – to be an inclusive university we must have ways to hear every student and work to remove any b... Read More about Designing out Barriers - Student Partnership for Student Voice Research.

"I Am Still Here" – Participatory Production during the Pandemic (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Guma, T. (2024, September). "I Am Still Here" – Participatory Production during the Pandemic. Presented at MECCSA (Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) 2024, Manchester, UK

During the covid pandemic colleagues from Sociology and Screen and Performance at Edinburgh Napier University collaborated with activist and community researchers to work with asylum seeking people in Glasgow to better understand and document their e... Read More about "I Am Still Here" – Participatory Production during the Pandemic.

Creative Informatics: how data driven innovation has transformed the creative workplace (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Paneels, I., & Patrick-Thomson, H. (2024, September). Creative Informatics: how data driven innovation has transformed the creative workplace. Paper presented at Transdisciplinary Workplace Research Conference

The creative economy is a workforce with a high proportion of freelancers and SMEs. This paper reflects on new ways of working, accelerated by the digital pivot of the creative workplace caused by the global pandemic. Whilst the impact of digital tec... Read More about Creative Informatics: how data driven innovation has transformed the creative workplace.

21009 (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Hejjas, K., Gilek, M., & Bratton, A. (2024, August). 21009. Paper presented at The 84th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM 2024), Chicago, Illinois

Social exchange theory is used to understand the relationship between leadership and employee corporate social responsibility (CSR) engagement in a hybrid work environment. Using interview data from managers (5), CSR champions (6), and employees (17)... Read More about 21009.

Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz (2024)
Book Chapter
Jansen, I. (in press). Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz. In The Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Film. Routledge

This chapter discusses different films by Mixtec filmmakers Ángeles Cruz and Nicolas Rojas Sánchez. Both filmmakers have received several national and international awards for their work. The films by Ángeles Cruz as well as the films by Nicolas Roja... Read More about Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz.

Biased Foresight: A Facilitator’s Playbook (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Crawford, M. (2024, June). Biased Foresight: A Facilitator’s Playbook. Paper presented at 33rd European Conference on Operational Research, Copenhagen, Denmark

A series of lab and field studies were conducted with managers, executives, and postgraduates to test the hypothesis that priming effects exist within any given scenario planning workshop (Crawford, 2021). The studies show that priming scenario pract... Read More about Biased Foresight: A Facilitator’s Playbook.

Improved Double Deep Q Network-Based Task Scheduling Algorithm in Edge Computing for Makespan Optimization (2024)
Journal Article
Zeng, L., Liu, Q., Shen, S., & Liu, X. (2024). Improved Double Deep Q Network-Based Task Scheduling Algorithm in Edge Computing for Makespan Optimization. Tsinghua Science and Technology, 29(3), 806 - 817. https://doi.org/10.26599/TST.2023.9010058

Edge computing nodes undertake more and more tasks as business density grows. How to efficiently allocate large-scale and dynamic workloads to edge computing resources has become a critical challenge. An edge task scheduling approach based on an impr... Read More about Improved Double Deep Q Network-Based Task Scheduling Algorithm in Edge Computing for Makespan Optimization.

The sustainable festival city and local communities: Engaging secondary stakeholders through placemaking (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Todd, L., & Leask, A. (2024, June). The sustainable festival city and local communities: Engaging secondary stakeholders through placemaking. Paper presented at ATLAS Annual Conference 2024 Leisure & Tourism 2030: Navigating the Future, Breda, Netherlands

We will present initial findings from our research which considers how Edinburgh’s (UK) festivals and tourism sectors can deliver sustainable community engagement. Our study applies co-designed participative action research (PAR) (Goebel et al., 2020... Read More about The sustainable festival city and local communities: Engaging secondary stakeholders through placemaking.