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14 Feb 2013 Reflections on Politics, Law and Human Rights in Contemporary Japan

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Reflections on Politics, Law and Human Rights in Contemporary Japan, 18th May 2013, Kyoto University

Posted by event organiser, Dr. Silvia Croydon, Kyoto University

08 Feb 2013 Recent invited presentations posted by Dr Chang Hong Liu, Bournemouth University

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 1. Liu, C. H. How does human vision handle facts about faces? Keynote lecture presented at the 75th Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association, Nihon University, Tokyo, 15 September, 2011.

Related links:

 http://www.wdc-jp.biz/jpa/conf2011/contens/06_program/syotai_kouen.htm

 http://www.wdc-jp.biz/jpa/conf2011/contens/06_program/pdf/SL001.pdf

 2. Liu, C. H. ERP studies on face perception. Invited seminar at special meeting of Tokai Psychological Association, Nagoya, 31 August, 2010.

 3. Liu, C. H. Benefits and costs of uniqueness in multiple object tracking. Invited seminar given at Annual Meeting of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychometrics, Kinugawa, Waseda University, Tokyo, 24, August 2010.

 4. Liu, C. H. Face learning and social aspect of facial perception. Invited seminar given at Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, 4 August, 2010.

 5. Liu, C. H. Face Perception. Invited seminar for postgraduate students at Department of Psychology, Nihon University, Tokyo, 21 July, 2010.

 6. Poster presentation at the 34th European Conference on Visual Perception, which has been published in the journal Perception: Takahashi, N., Liu, C. H., & Yamada, H. (2011). The attentional advantage of distinctive faces in change detection. Perception, 40, Supplement 72

 

 

 

06 Feb 2013 Recent publications by Dr. Tim Jukes, University of Nottingham

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Flow control on a NACA 4418 using dielectric-barrier-discharge vortex generators

AIAA Journal, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 452-464

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Feedback Control of Flow Separation on NACA0024 Airfoil under Periodic Wall Oscillation by Means of DBD Plasma Actuator and FBG Sensor

51st AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Dallas, Texas, 7 - 10 Jan 2013, AIAA 2013-1117

Getting Asia Right and Advancing the Field of IR

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*Forthcoming*

Getting Asia Right and Advancing the Field of IR

Political Studies Review 2012

Co-author Dr. Kamila Pieczara, University of Warwick

Recent papers posted by Professor Brian Moore, University of Cambridge

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1. Miyazono, H., Baba, R., & Moore, B. C. J. (2011). Perceptual learning of fundamental frequency discrimination: Effects of harmonic number. In 18th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, (pp. 1-7). Rio de Janiero, Brazil:
2. Miyazono, H., Glasberg, B. R., & Moore, B. C. J. (2010). Perceptual learning of fundamental frequency (F0) discrimination: Effects of F0, harmonic number, and component phase. J Acoust Soc Am, 128, 3649-3657.
3. Miyazono, H., & Moore, B. C. J. (2009). Perceptual learning of frequency discrimination for tones with low fundamental frequency: Learning for high but not for low harmonics. Acoust Sci Tech, 30, 383-386.




Identity and Postmortem Relationships in the Narratives of British and Japanese Mourners

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* Forthcoming*

Identity and Postmortem Relationships in the Narratives of British and Japanese Mourners

 Sociological Review 2013

By Dr. Christine Valentine, University of Bath  

 

Four Hundredth Anniversary of Japan-British Relations

Four Hundredth Anniversary of Japan-British Relations

Official Website

Posted by Professor Timon Screech, SOAS, University of London

Slow magnetoacoustic oscillations in the microwave emission of solar flare

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 Slow magnetoacoustic oscillations in the microwave emission of solar flare

Astrophys. J. 756, L36, 2012; doi:10.1088/2041-8205/756/2/L36

Co-author Professor Valery Nakariakov

UK-Japan Workshop: High Performance Modelling of Multiscale Biomolecular Systems

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UK-Japan Workshop: High Performance Modelling of Multiscale Biomolecular Systems

17 to 18 December 2012

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Posted by Dr. Dmitry Nerukh, Aston University

05 Feb 2013 Coalescing Random Walks and Voting on Graphs

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Invited Talk: Coalescing Random Walks and Voting on Graphs

31st Annual ACM SIGACT-SIGOPS Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, Madeira, Portugal 16 to 18 July, 2012

By Professor Colin Cooper, King's College London and Professor Hirotaka Ono, Kyushu University