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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Richard Toye
Professor of Modern History
I research British and international political and economic history in the period since 1867. I have worked on the Labour Party and on the United Nations, as well as on figures such as David Lloyd George, Winston Churchill and H.G. Wells. I am very much interested in the history of international trade. I am currently working on a book on Churchill's World War II speeches. I am currently working with my colleague Professor Martin Thomas on a project funded by the Leverhulme Trust, entitled 'The Rhetoric of Empire: Managing Imperial Conflict between Britain and France'. I was awarded a one-year fellowship by the Leverhulme Trust to work on ‘The origins and impact of Churchill's imperialism’ in 2007, and won an AHRC fellowship for my work on ‘The Rhetorical Culture of the British House of Commons, 1918 – 1940’ in 2011.

Exeter
United Kingdom

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Prof Michael Tretyakov
Professor of Mathematics
Professor Michael Tretyakov at the School of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Nottingham has extensive expertise in stochastic numerical analysis. His current research interests are in the theory of numerical integration of ordinary stochastic differential equations with applications to solving linear and nonlinear deterministic partial differential equation; in numerics for stochastic partial differential equations; in financial mathematics, stochastic modelling in genetics and stochastic dynamics. As of 2012, Tretyakov has written a research monograph (G.N. Milstein, M.V. Tretyakov. Stochastic Numerics for Mathematical Physics. Springer, 2004) and more than 50 scientific papers. Web-page http://www.maths.nott.ac.uk/personal/pmzmt/ ------------------------------

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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Dr ANDRONIKI TRIANTAFYLLI
LECTURER IN MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
SPECIALISED IN MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING WITH PARTICULAR INTEREST IN MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS. HAS BEEN WORKED EXTENSIVELY IN PROJECTS INVOLVING MARITIME COMPANIES AND NHS.

LONDON
United Kingdom

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Dr Melissa Trimingham
Senior Lecturer
Melissa Trimingham is a Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Kent. Her research and teaching interests are contemporary and scenographically led performance, puppetry and performance art, and applied theatre. As Co-Investigator on the AHRC project ‘Imagining Autism: Drama, Performance and Intermediality as Interventions for Autistic Spectrum Conditions’ she is researching drama interventions with children on the autistic spectrum using puppetry, masks, costumes, sound, light and projection in immersive environments. She has published on the methodology of practice as research, the Bauhaus stage and the use of puppetry with autistic children. Her monograph on the Bauhaus was published in 2011. Her forthcoming article in Forum Modernes Theater will analyse puppetry in relation to cognition studies. She is co-author with Donatella Barbieri, Fellow in Costume at the V & A, of a forthcoming book on costume published by Bloomsbury in conjunction with the V & A.

Canterbury
United Kingdom

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Dr Christiana Tsaousi
Lecturer in Marketing and Consumption
Lecturer in Marketing and Consumption

Leicester
United Kingdom

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Prof David Tuckett
Visiting Professor, Project Director
Director of the Emotional Finance Project at UCL and a practising psychoanalyst with a social science background. Author of Minding the Markets (Palgrave, 2011) and Fund Management: An Emotional Finance Perspective (CFA Research Foundation, 2012) Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/unit-staff/david.htm

London
United Kingdom

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