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19 Jun 2015 Flow resistance in natural, turbulent channel flows: The need for a fluvial fluid mechanics

paper

Water Resources Research, June 2015. doi: 10.1002/2015WR016989

by Dr. Christopher J. Keylock, University of Sheffield.

(Publication resulting from event supported by the JSPS London Symposium Scheme.)

13 Apr 2015 A Novel Greeting Selection System for a Culture-Adaptive Humanoid Robot

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Gabriele Trovato, Massimiliano Zecca, Martin Do, Ömer Terlemez, Masuko Kuramochi, Alexander Waibel, Tamim Asfour and Atsuo Takanishi. A Novel Greeting Selection System for a Culture-Adaptive Humanoid Robot Int J Adv Robot Syst, 2015, 12:34. doi: 10.5772/60117

Posted by Professor Massimiliano Zecca, Loughborough University

02 Apr 2015 Walking in the uncanny valley: importance of the attractiveness on the acceptance of a robot as a working partner

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M. Destephe, M. Brandao, T. Kishi, M. Zecca, K. Hashimoto and A. Takanishi Walking in the uncanny valley: importance of the attractiveness on the acceptance of a robot as a working partner Front. Psychol. 6:204. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00204 (2015)

Posted by Professor Massimiliano Zecca, Loughborough University

09 Mar 2015 Embodied intersubjective engagement in mother–infant tactile communication: a cross-cultural study of Japanese and Scottish mother–infant behaviors during infant pick-up

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Negayama K, Delafield-Butt JT, Momose K, Ishijima K, Kawahara N, Lux EJ, Murphy A and Kaliarntas K (2015) Embodied intersubjective engagement in mother–infant tactile communication: a cross-cultural study of Japanese and Scottish mother–infant behaviors during infant pick-up. Front. Psychol. 6:66.

doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00066

Posted by co author Dr. Jonathan Delafield-Butt, University of Strathclyde

Cross Cultural Differences in Unconscious Knowledge

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Kiyokawa, S., Dienes, Z., Tanaka, D., Yamada, A., & Crowe, L. (2012). Cross Cultural Differences in Unconscious Knowledge. Cognition, 124, 16-24.

Posted by Co author Professor Zoltan Dienes, University of Sussex

'Remarkable Ligand Effect of P(2-MeOC6H4)3 on Palladium-Catalyzed Direct Arylation',

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Paper resulting from research undertaken during JSPS Summer Programme:

'Remarkable Ligand Effect of P(2-MeOC6H4)3 on Palladium-Catalyzed Direct Arylation', Organometallics, 34 (1), 198, January, 2015.

By Ms. Michelle Montgomery, University of Bristol

13 Nov 2014 Recent academic accomplishments from Dr. Irek Ulidowski, University of Leicester

conference

6th Conference on Reversible Computation

July 10th-11th, 2014, Kyoto, Japan

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Paper resulting from JSPS Invitation Fellowship:

Irek Ulidowski, Iain Phillips and Shoji Yuen. Concurrency and Reversibility.

Proceedings, Reversible Computation 2014, LNCS 8507, pp. 1-14. Springer 2014.

04 Nov 2014 Latest academic accomplishments from Dr. Oscar Martinez Mozos, University of Lincoln

"Research Agreement" signed between School of Computer Science, University of Lincoln, UK and Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan

conference

Joint conference organisation:

Fifth International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST-2014)

http://www.est-conf.org/est2014/

General co-chair: Yumi Iwashita, Kyushu University, Japan Chair of "Workshop on Computer Vision": Dr. Oscar Martinez Mozos, University of Lincoln, UK

paper

H. Jung, R. Kurazume, Y. Iwashita, and O. M. Mozos,
Two-dimensional local ternary patterns using synchronized images for outdoor place categorization, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), (Paris, France), October 2014. 

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H. Jung, O. M. Mozos, Y. Iwashita, and R. Kurazume,
Indoor place categorization using co-occurrences of LBPs in gray and depth images from RGB-D sensors, International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST), (Madrid, Spain), September 2014.

*** Best Paper in the Machine Vision Workshop***

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O. M. Mozos, H. Mizutani, R. Kurazume, and T. Hasegawa,
Categorization of indoor places by combining local binary pattern histograms of range and reflectance data from laser range finders,
Advanced Robotics, vol. 27, pp. 1455--1464, October 2013.

Segmented filamentous bacteria are a major group in the terminal ileum of piglets

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Tajima K, Ohmori H, Tohno M, Ohtsu H, Tsukahara T, Aminov R. 2013.

Segmented filamentous bacteria are a major group in the terminal ileum of piglets. Anaerobe. 23C:109-111.

Posted by Dr. Aminov, University of Aberdeen

Motor skills learning requires active central myelination.

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*McKenzie, I.A., *Ohayon, D., Li, H., Paes de Faria, J., Emery, B., Tohyama, K. and Richardson, W.D. (2014).  Motor skills learning requires active central myelination.  Science 346, 318-322.

doi:10.1126/science.1254960    * equal contributions

A reprint can be downloaded from

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucbzwdr/Richardson.htm    -> publications