Horizon CDT Research Highlights

Research Highlights

Students from the Horizon CDT 2021 cohort

There are 12 students affiliated with the Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training in the 2021 cohort.

Callum Berger
Callum Berger

Brain Controlled Adaptive Virtual Reality Horror Experiences

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Carina Yu Zhao
Carina Yu Zhao

Understanding the input/output data that people use in planning and making their travelling decisions

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Daniel Swann
Daniel Swann

Interactive environments for children

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Emma Gentry
Emma Gentry

Investigating how digital technologies can be used to support remote workers' wellbeing

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Gabrielle Hornshaw
Gabrielle Hornshaw

Biometric Recognition of the Hand in Uncontrolled Images

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Gregor Milligan
Gregor Milligan

User Trajectories on Digital Mental Health Platforms

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Matthew Levesley
Matthew Levesley

Social media usage over gender transition

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Melissa Clover
Melissa Clover

Connecting producers and consumers to enable more sustainable consumption: communicating the environmental impact of food through packaging

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Nasser Alkhulaifi
Nasser Alkhulaifi

Investigating the Use of Machine Learning Techniques to Improve Energy-Resource Efficiency

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Sam Smith
Sam Smith

Quantitatively Measuring Customer Experience (CX) in the Rail Industry

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Torran Semple
Torran Semple

Decarbonising Nottingham’s Housing Stock: Integrating Built Environment, Sociodemographic and Behavioural Data to Achieve Equitable Decarbonisation Routes

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Yang Bong
Yang Bong

Study of the use, limitations, and possibilities of peer-to-peer digital marketplaces for rural micro-enterprises in developing countries.

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