From investigating the micro structure of high performance materials to improving services for domestic abuse victims, researchers at Birmingham cover a wide range of pioneering topics that have a global impact.
We’ve asked a few of our postgraduate and early career researchers to give us a quick overview of what they are hoping to achieve with their research in about a minute.
Coralie Acheson-Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage
Just off the beaten track: encountering and negotiating World Heritage values through tourism to Ironbridge Gorge
Fiona Schulz- School of Metallurgy and Materials
Investigating the micro structure of high performance materials: understanding different micro structure conditions of a gas turbine engine material and their influence on the material’s performance.
Louis Francis Monroy-Santander-School of Government and Society
My research focuses on the possibilities of connecting state-building practices with ground reconciliation initiatives in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It critically looks at the spaces for connecting practices of transitional justice with projects for inter-ethnic reconciliation between the three main ethnic groups in the country.
Shana Gander-Zaucker-School of Psychology
You Deserve Better: Domestic Abuse and Improving Victims' Services
Jaidev Kaur- Institute of Applied Health Research
An exploration of primary care as a setting for delivering secondhand smoke harm reduction messages to parents and carers who cannot or will not stop smoking.