Co-hosted by School of Design University of Greenwich, UCL SSEES Russian Cinema Research Group, and Queen Mary University of London.
Introduced by Nikolai Izvolov (Museum of Cinema, Moscow), followed by a panel discussion with: Jeremy Hicks (Professor of Russian Culture and Film, Queen Mary University of London), Dr Maria Korolkova (Senior Lecturer in Media and Film Studies, University of Greenwich), Dr Kristin Roth-Ey (Lecturer in Modern Russian History, UCL SSEES) and Robert Service (Emeritus Professor of Russian History, Oxford University, and Hoover Institution Senior Fellow).
This is a collaborative project between the University and industry partner L-ISA
(a division of L Acoustics), this project investigates creative workflow practices involved in adapting linear timeline-based composition towards new object-based panning systems, such as those used in the new L-ISA multi-channel audio system.
Paula Fairfield The Sound Designer for Game of Thrones / LOST
Continue reading “Immersive Hyperreal Soundscapes – Andrew Hill”
is working with Andrew Hill (UOG) on this project.
at the “2nd International Conference of Geomatics and Restoration GEORES 2019 This took place in Milan from the 8th to the 10th of May 2019.
Paper is titled “H-BIM AND THE DOMAINS OF DATA INVESTIGATIONS OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS CURRENT STATE OF THE ARTContinue reading “Ahmed Khalil”
This project which has been reported in ‘The Telegraph’
Occupational safety and health of refuse workers. The work which has been undertaken over the last 4 years has recently been published by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
Dr David Thomas, an Academic Portfolio Lead in the School of Design at the University of Greenwich and a Member of IOSH’s Environmental and Waste Management Group Committee said:
MA Media and Creative Cultures hosted its first theorist-in-residence this year – Dr. Stefan Höltgen.Continue reading “Theorist-in-Residence for MA Media and Creative Culture.”
The 3 Minute Thesis competition is always a great event and a fantastic rehearsal for research students to begin to articulate their projects to broader audiences. In the recent heats, our Faculty winners were: