Kumanga Andrahennadi

PhD title

Mindful Design Practice: A Journey of Becoming Water

The design thinking perspective is taken in order link it to a large body of research in response to taking care of the designer’s mind and the environment.

Laura Donkers

PhD title

Deploying collaborative artistic co-creative methods to strategically promote eco-social sustainability for small island communities

I am an environmental artist based in North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. As part of my research I have devised and led a series of community food growing projects.

Lauren Baker

PhD title

Making a Difference – The longer-term impact of the Craft Scotland programme on the development of maker careers and the Scottish creative economy

Focussing on the topic of craft business development, the research seeks to uncover the long-term impact that Craft Scotland, Scotland's national development agency for craft, has on a makers' career, and consequently the creative economy.

Lee Cheatley

PhD title

Continued Bonds: Computationally Creative Grief Support

People are increasingly turning to technology for support when someone they care about dies.

Lucy Robertson

PhD title

Sonic Textiles for Wellbeing

This research investigates adding to the natural qualities of textiles through the addition of sound, creating sonic textiles.

Miriam Mallalieu

PhD title

Taxonomies of Knowledge: a practice-led investigation into the organising, structuring and archiving of information.

I intend to use Michel Foucault's The Order of Things as one point of focus for the investigation, expanding his analysis of structures to look at systems and taxonomies with specific attention to On Growth and Form by D'Arcy Thompson.

Rebecca Lindsay

PhD title

Building New Social Metrics for Business; Exploring methods of co-creation with rural businesses and communities.

This research will explore the needs and values of communities and businesses. It investigates how values (such as lifestyle, safety, employment) can align business with communities, the potential results being both economical and societal growth.

Sang Hun Yu

PhD title

Capturing, communicating and collaborating with Virtual Reality in forensic science

This project aims to develop workflows to capture scenes (e.g. crime scenes, archaeological sites, etc) accurately, repeatedly and reliably, without decontaminating scenes using modern 3D capture technologies

Sara Nevay

PhD title

Textile Connections: E-textiles for social connectedness

By combining textiles with sound, this research has produced a series of e-textile prototypes designed to encourage interaction, conversation and bonding.

Zhen Ge

PhD title

Digital pregnancy & Digital birth

My research is looking into a corpus of digital materials and their associated metadata as life evolves in relation to the significant life transition of becoming a parent

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