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Academic Expert Directory - Entries starting with 'G'

Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Edoardo Gallo
University Lecturer
University Lecturer in the Department of Economics and Fellow at Queens' College. Areas of expertise: networks, experimental economics, behavioral economics, political economy.

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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Dr Vaibhav Gandhi
Lecturer
Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi is with the department of Design Engineering & Mathematics, School of Science & Technology, Middlesex University London as a Lecturer in Robotics, Embedded Systems and Real-time Systems. He received a First Class (Dist.) degree in Instrumentation & Control engineering in 2000, a First Class (Dist.) Masters degree in Electrical engineering in 2002 and a Ph.D. degree in Computing & Engineering in 2012. He was a recipient of the UK-India Education & Research Initiative (UKIERI) scholarship for his Ph.D. research in the area of Brain-Computer Interface for assistive robotics carried out at the Intelligent Systems Research Center, University of Ulster, UK and partly at IIT Kanpur, India. His Ph.D. research was focused on quantum mechanics motivated EEG signal processing, and an intelligent adaptive use-centric human-computer interface design for real-time control of a mobile robot for the BCI users. His post-doctoral research involved work on shadow-hand multi-fingered mobile robot control using the EMG/muscle signals, with contributions also in the 3D printing aspects of a robotic hand. His research interests include brain-computer interfaces, biomedical signal processing, computational intelligence, computational neuroscience, use-centric graphical user interfaces, and assistive robotics.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Luisa Gandolfo
Lecturer in Peace and Reconciliation
Dr Luisa Gandolfo is a Lecturer in Peace and Reconciliation at the University of Aberdeen. She specialises in conflict, refugees, interfaith relations, gender, and the role of identity in conflict and conflict resolution. Her regional foci comprise Palestine/Israel, Jordan, Tunisia and Libya. She is the author of Palestinians in Jordan: The Politics of Identity (2012).

Aberdeen
United Kingdom

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Dr Ning Gao
Lecturer in Finance
Ning is a lecturer in Finance. He did his PhD in Finance in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Active in research,he has published in world-leading journal and presented in world-leading conferences. He is a member of the Western Finance Association (WFA), European Finance Association (EFA), American Finance Association (AFA) and Financial Management Association (FMA).

Manchester
United Kingdom

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Prof R Bob Garratt
Professor
Croporate Governance; Board Effectiveness; Board Reveiw; Ownership/Shareholder Development; Stategic Thinking.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Julien Gautrot
Lecturer in Biomaterials
Bio-interfaces, the interfaces between proteins, cells or tissues and inert materials, are fascinating systems that play key roles in biological and biomedical applications. Research in the Gautrot lab focuses on the design of novel biomaterials and methodologies that allow the study of bio-interfaces and their control for applications in cell-based assays, bio-sensors and regenerative medicine. Our work in the field of biomaterials design is inspired by Nature’s strategies to generate complexity and control function and properties. In particular, we are interested in novel synthetic tools and methodologies allowing the use of Nature’s own building blocks, peptide sequences, to confer mechanical, chemical and biological properties to biomaterials. This approach, well suited for design, is appealing as it makes use of the inherent biological “wiring” that has evolved to control cell and tissue homeostasis: peptide sequences and proteins are the key components that shape biological tissues. In addition, we develop new micro- and nano-patterning techniques to recreate the geometric and hierarchical complexity encountered in cells and tissues (e.g. positioning of organelles, generation of cell polarity and mimicking of tissue architecture and morphogenesis). Key questions that these tools will allow us to address are: how do biological, mechanical and chemical properties of bio-materials (whether synthetic or of natural origin) cross-talk to control cell behaviour and in particular stem cell fate decision? How do cells remodel such materials and how does this impact on cell behaviour and tissue formation? Finally, what is the minimum set of rules or properties required to achieve a desired cell or tissue function?

London
United Kingdom

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