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University of Warwick Presenters ICUR 2022

ICUR 2022 – University of Warwick students presenting, by Department

Please note: all times are in GMT+1

 

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Applied Linguistics

Marysia

Popowska

Multilingualism and Identity in Melbourne’s Chinese Restaurants

10E

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Riya

Jamthe

Investigating the difference in Voice-Onset-Timing in Hindi and English in three speakers from different backgrounds

21F

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Molly

Gardiner

Navigating they/them pronouns in society and the mind: A sociolinguistic study into the grammatical comprehension and processing time of the definite singular they.

22D

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Holly

Taylor

A comparative study of vowel hyperarticulation in human-human and human-AI interactions across generations

22D

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Centre for Lifelong Learning

Julie

Elliott

The perspectives of experienced therapists on the role of mutuality, in enabling clients in fragile processing to become more fully functioning.

 

20E

09:00

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Chemistry

Mantas

Drelingas

Soft actuator based on modified graphene oxide nanoparticles

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Alvia

Mohammad Yousuf

Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Microgravity Environments

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Manveer

Dhanjal

Molecular cloning and in vitro reconstitution of a fungal megasynthase

 

25C

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Computer Sciences

Rushabh

Shah

Impact of choice of compression methods on the performance of deep learning algorithms in histology

12B

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Omar

Tanner

Multi-Agent Car Parking using Reinforcement Learning

13B

18:00

Wed, 28/09

Runshu

Liang

How optical cells respond to recognising objects in the brain

20A

09:00

Thurs, 29/09


Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Economics


 


 

Paolo

Romanengo

Inflation in 21st century crises: implications of the Basel III regulatory framework on inflation in the European Monetary Union

7A

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Daniel

Jensen

Equilibrium pricing of purely speculative assets

7A

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Michal

Wizner

Could an entry fee make you win? Determining the existence of optimal entry fees in games.

7F

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Szymon

Litwin

Rationality in the online sports betting industry: studying the impact of tax on the behaviour of agents in England and Poland.

9A

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Fraser

Drennan

The disproportional effect of high inflation on low income households and minority groups

9B

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Yayun

Zheng

Female Abuse in China

9E

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Maria

Papapetrou

How do economic evaluations affect preferences for a bizonal, bicommunal federation solution to the Cyprus Conflict?

10A

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Yueming

Chen

A Comparative Study of Network Formation Models in Developing Areas: Differences and Policy Implications

11A

15:30

Wed, 28/09

Patricio

Hernandez Senosiain

Why Do Men Keep Swiping Right? Two-Sided Search in Swipe-Based Dating Platforms

12A

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Paulina

Siedleczka

Are private tuitions a worthwhile long term investment? The Effects of Early Private Tuitions on Future Outcomes

21E

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Ananya

Kumar

Analysis of ESG funds in the UK: fund performance and environmental impact

22A

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Daira

Povez Gamboa

Gender Inequality in Peru’s Informal Economy Market

22E

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Venkata Tanay Kasyap

Kondiparthy

Evaluating the Twin Deficit Hypothesis in the United Kingdom

24A

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Jiarui

Song

The Impact of Children’s Gender on Divorce: Empirical Evidence from China

24C

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Xiyu

Zhang

The Impact of Children’s Gender on Divorce: Empirical Evidence from China

24C

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Matthew

Oulton

Does forcing teenagers to remain in school improve their labour market outcomes in early adulthood?

25A

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Carlos Merardo

Angulo Zumaeta

On the Algebraic Generalisation of Microeconomic Comparative Statics

25A

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Amogh

Patil

The Impact of School Gender Composition on Girls’ Mathematical Ability

25B

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Jenny

Guo

Did the COVID-19 pandemic have a positive impact on job quality in the UK?

26B

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

James

Hickman

Have Cuts to Child-Contingent Benefits and Tax Credits Reduced The Fertility Rate in the UK Since 2010?

Posters B

12:15

Wed, 28/09

Yujing

Zhang

Comparing environmental damages of waterborne polyurethane gloves and traditional gloves: Lessons for a post-COVID world.

Posters D

15:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

 

Education: Centre for Education Studies & Centre for Professional Education

 

Shenghao

Lyu

Investigating the factors that can influence the participation of first-year undergraduate students in seminars: A mixed-method study

 

13B

 

18:00

Wed, 28/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

English and Comparative Literary Studies

 

Abigail

Hughes

Histories of Transing Gender: Instability and Changeability

6A

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Mehr

Ahmad

Britain's involvement in human rights abuses in Brazil during dictatorship years

7E

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Allaya

Rasul

Magical Realism: A Response to the Loneliness Epidemic

11C

15:30

Wed, 28/09

James

Mays

COVID and Care: a Study into the Continuing Effect of the Pandemic on NHS Care Services

20E

09:00

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Engineering

 

Daniel

Dalton

Improving concrete structural strength under earthquake loads through application of metal strapping

 

12C

 

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

French Studies

 

Emily

Hughes

'Queering the Archive': A Radical Understanding of the Preservation of Memory

 

9C

 

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Global Sustainable Development

 

Asmaa

Elsouda

Travelling theories: Exploring the potentials of different environmental justice perspectives for understanding settler colonial environmental harm in Palestine.

8E

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Martyna

Wrona

Applying a socio-ecological perspective to social implications of the proposed area of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 for non-EU countries.

10A

14:15

Wed, 28/09

You

Wu

How does teenager’s self-construction influence by online communities?

10E

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Zhiyan (Eian)

Chen

Power: A critical analysis on Chinese politics and its relationship with the effectiveness of Chinese pandemic policies

11B

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Naomi

Carter

Period pain: Student perceptions of ongoing menstrual stigma at the University of Warwick and potential interventions to counter such stigma.

24B

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Lois

Hornby

The functions of refugee shelter for non-migrants.

24B

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

History

Carla

Hills

“Killer Feminists from Hell”: Anti-Pornography Feminism and its Place in the Women’s Liberation Movement in the UK

6A

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Zaamia

Arif

Jim Crow Spectacle Lynching (circa. 1874 - 1935) and African American Trauma

7E

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Ahana

Mitra

Studying the role of food in the evolution of Bengali Nationalism through the late 19th and early 20th centuries

8B

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Daisy

Shead

Every catastrophe needs a culprit: what was the impact of the Little Ice Age upon the European witch trials?

8B

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Kalos

Lau

Societal Culture and Democratization: Understanding the Limitations of the European Modernization Theory through the Case Study of Taiwan and Singapore

8E

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Jorja

Oladiran

The historical and political insurgence behind Barbados's Republicanism

 

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Maxine

Borden

What does history mean to us?’ A study of young Berliners’ perceptions of the memorialisation of history

23B

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Izabelle

Apostol

The protest movements in Romania and the state of democracy. From the Collapse of Communism to the Anti-vaxxers’ movement.

23D

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Vicky

Tsouki

Anti-Colonialism or Pathological Disease? The Sociological Committee's Diagnosis of the Kenyan Mau Mau Rebellion, 1952-1960

24E

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Zoe

Grant

Feminicidio: Misogyny and Murder in Latin America

24E

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Jack

Parkinson

A study into the effects of different models of legalisation and decriminalisation

26C

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Jolaade

George

'Enrique Camarena: Was there an accurate historical portrayal of the DEA’s in Mexican and Western media’

26C

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

School of Law

 

Lea Christy

Assaf

Can corruption within government entities be deemed as an underlying contributor to the Beirut Explosion of August 4, 2020?

9A

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Jakub

Babuska

The Nepalian Alternative – Can legal practice accommodate extreme ethnic diversity in the environment of Constitutional Nationalism?

24C

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Justyna

Michalak

The legal impact of Article 31 of the TRIPS Agreement on enabling access to medicine worldwide

24E

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Natalia

Deptała

The development of Law of pre-Hispanic cultures based on the iconography of the Andean area - the analysis of petroglyphs at Toro Muerto

21F

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Justin

Yu

Why Britain's antitrust approach to digital economy is a disaster in making

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Amber

MacOscar

How The Emergence of Legal Rights For Women During the Period of 1850-1900 is Reflected Upon in Nineteenth Century Feminist Literature.

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Hazel

Ramogi

Using socio legal theory to reform our mindset on the UK carceral justice system

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Memunat

Bakare

Exploring China-Africa Relations - A means of neo-colonialism or an opportunity for growth?

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Zuzanna

Sus

Does equivalence fill the post-Brexit gap in financial services? Views from both sides of the markets: firms and regulators

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Liberal Arts

 

Elvire

de Thomasson

Auxin for food security

11A

15:30

Wed, 28/09

Louise

Rossetti

From mimesis to poesis: Poetry, Nature and Subjugation. Uncovering the ideological foundations of sustainability through Italian poetry.

11C

15:30

Wed, 28/09

Tirenioluwa

Odubiyi

Brands for Black Lives: How Brands Engage in Meaningful Political Activism

 

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Vincci

Chung

The Role of Aliens in Western Science Fiction Animation in the Early 2000s

21D

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Life Sciences

 

Reanna

Gregory

Investigating the composition of coronavirus particles using fluorescent microscopy

6D

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Yuet Yee Yvette

Lo

BIN1 Protein Mutations in Centronuclear Myopathy: A36E, ΔK21, and R24C

6D

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Kavirang

Biswas

Unravelling the dynamics of E. coli phages

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Adele

Morgan

Who wants to live forever?: What can we learn from worms about living a long and healthy life?

10C

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Gemma

Marshall

Who wants to live forever?: What can we learn from worms about living a long and healthy life?

10C

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Ziyu

Yi

The Effect of Storage and Transportation Conditions on the Performance of RT-PCR for the Detection of SARS-CoV-2

10C

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Erin

Marrs

Protecting the Brain: A New Era of Stroke Treatment

11B

15:30

Wed, 28/09

Nisa

Fareed

Making Antimicrobial Resistance Futile: Targeting the Peptidoglycan Biosynthetic Pathway

11B

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Lowell

Mott

Investigating a C. difficile protein involved in gut colonisation

20E

09:00

Thurs, 29/09

Hannah

Corsini

Urban Agriculture in the UK: A Review

23B

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Rebecca

Hobbs

Can small molecule drugs have beneficial effects on mammalian placenta development?

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Luca

Ciao

How can we tell how healthy a plant is?

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Amir

Ayazbayev

Characterization of new aptamer based translational regulatory device

26A

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Mathematics

 

Gabriel

Remond-Tiedrez

Non-autonomous saddle-node bifurcation: theory and illustrations

7C

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Xingyu

Wu

Do tRNA-Like Structures Trigger mRNA Mobility

13A

18:00

Wed, 28/09

Matthaeus

Ragg

Numerical analysis of the time partial fractional diffusion equation

20A

09:00

Thurs, 29/09

Toby

Sheldon

Fast mathematical modelling to optimise the use of lithium-ion batteries

22A

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Alex

McSweeney-Davis

Geometry of a model for ship capsize

23C

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Michael

Cavaliere

How are Students with Special Educational Needs Supported in Accessing Higher Education?

24B

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Lucie

Gatzmaga

Polynomials, Roots and Number Fields: An Exploration of Cyclotomy

25C

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Philosophy

 

Jedrzej

Duszysnki

Markets, ethics, and culture - Modelling the interplay between ethical decision making (EDM) and the cultural capital in market interactions.

7F

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Charlie

Atkins

Factors affecting social capital among students aged 14-18 in England

8D

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Pei Yi

Chin

Tired, Huddled Masses: The Political Economy of the Exploitation of Migrant Labour in Malaysia

8E

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Roman

Irven

Determining moral responsibility within climate crises with reference to Derek Parfit’s Non-Identity problem

9B

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Gaetana

Fagone

Underrepresentation of women in leading politics in the Czech Republic

9C

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Matt

Munnelly

The Incompatibility of Constitutional Monarchy with Democracy

9E

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Luke

Dowling

Beheading the Hydra: Hydra games and Unprovability

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Katarzyna

Petru

The Impact of Economic Sanctions on Russia's Economy and Warfare

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Fangyang

Xie

What are we in the "normal" life of COVID-19?Towards a new site of Foucault’s theory of power

12A

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Soham

Banerjee

Understanding the Efforts to Widen Participation among Students in Indian National Law Universities

13B

18:00

Wed, 28/09

Teodor Andrei

Ciocoiu

Post-accession (De)Europeanisation: Patterns of Domestic Institutional Reform in Poland and Romania

23D

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Rebekka

Udsholt

The Changing Economics of Climate Change at the International Monetary Fund

24A

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

Marta

Stankeviciute

Too overwhelmed to act? Study of Cognitive Overload Influence on Donation Behaviour

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Physics

 

Artur

Benedito Nunes

Benford's Law as a quality flag for Space Weather Indices

12B

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Lily

Board

Modelling the spontaneous rapid dispersion of small particles on liquid surfaces.

13A

18:00

Wed, 28/09

Marcus

Tranter

Modelling and characterising flatness in human feet

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Stefano

Beni

Gravitational Wave Emission From Short Period Binary Stars

22F

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Enoch

Ko

Growth and Investigation of Thin Epitaxial Topological Nodal Line Semimetal Films

23C

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Daniel

Robins

Identifying Supernova Remnants in NGC6946

22F

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Chanka

Jayaweera

Search for the Lambda_b --> J/psi Xi-K+ decay with LHCb

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

PAIS

Khadija Nur

Latifa

Social-Ecological Systems Analysis of REDD+ vs Palm Oil in Indonesia: Which Yields the Most Benefits for Social Sustainability?

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Blanche

de Moidrey

A Feminist Case for a Universal Basic Income

22E

11:30

Thurs, 29/09

Liam

Velani

The Roadmap to Stability: Uniting Business and Governance in the Third World

26B

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Benjamin

Galbraith

To what extent does Carl von Clausewitz’s ‘On War’ accurately explain the factors amounting to the 2014 Russian annexation of Crimea, and the subsequent conflict between Ukraine and Russia?

26B

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Statistics

Yuanhe

Zhang

Forecasting UK population growth rate using Hidden Markov Model based on theory of the Second Demographic Transition

10B

16:45

Wed, 28/09

Rikhil

Vachhani

Developing a Principled Ranking Framework for Limited Overs Cricket

21B

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Tassiana

Dangin

Treatment of Ethnic Minorities in the English Justice System

21E

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Yizhou

Gu

Optimisation of Plant Diversity with GIS Analysis in Context of Peri-Urban Gradient

Poster D

15:45

Thurs 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Psychology

 

Tori

Husband

Body Positivity vs. Body Neutrality: Can women's mental wellbeing be improved with a new social media movement?

6F

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Meghana

Mohan

Investigating the role of collectivistic and individualistic orientations on covid-19 related psychiatric symptoms.

6F

08:15

Wed, 28/09

Beth

Hudson

Daytime Sleepiness and Communication: Is There a Relationship Between Daytime Sleepiness and Non-verbal Communication?

8C

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Iona

Craig

The Impact of Study Environment and Personality on Wellbeing in Relation to COVID-19

10B

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Francesca

Runnacles

The effect of reproductive health and oestrogen on cognition in female university students

 

Poster B

12:15

Wed 28/09

Maya

Maki

Thought-action Fusion and Schizotypy in the General Population

21D

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Inchara A U

Athreya

Assessing the effect implicit letter priming has on cognitive performance - A versus F: A replication study

25B

16:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

WBS

Yogen

Mudgal

Assessment of Post-Financial Crisis European Bank Mergers and Acquisitions on Shareholder Value

23D

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Theatre Studies

Emily

Nicholson

Shut Up and Swallow: Performing Contraception

23A

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

WMS

Arthur

Margolis

Using computational tools to investigate the population genetics of syphilis infection

10C

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

Sociology

Phoebe

Greenwood

Mad, Bad, and Beautiful: How Women's Accounts of Psychiatric Institutions Create Narratives of Abjection and Discipline

23A

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Jessica

Noble

Evaluating students' willingness to use restorative justice practices to respond to cases sexual violence in higher education.

26A

17:45

Thurs, 29/09

Department

Student Name

Abstract Title

Panel Number

Panel Time

Panel Day

DigiUR project students


 

 

 

Viktoriia

Samusieva

Key factors influencing brand loyalty among LCC International University students

7F

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Julian

Hundertmark

Empirical Accuracy of Asset Pricing Models in Forecasting Stock Returns in the U.S. and European Markets: Minimize your forecast errors by situational applying the best factor model

7F

10:00

Wed, 28/09

Felix

Graf

Living Technology - The fusion of technology and phototrophic organisms

8E

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Joel Colin

Christ

Living Technology - The fusion of technology and phototrophic organisms

8E

11:15

Wed, 28/09

Mahshid

Balazadeh

Reconstructing the change, designing a toolbox of strategies

9E

13:00

Wed, 28/09

Triinu

Zimmermann

Links between Sleep Quality, Dysfunctional Beliefs and Attitudes about Sleep, and
Perceived Social Support among Undergraduate Students

10E

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Kai

Schmalow

Writing Socialization and Memory Retention – A Mixed-Methods Study

10E

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Enese Ágnes

Daróczi

Writing Socialization and Memory Retention – A Mixed-Methods Study

10E

14:15

Wed, 28/09

Eden

Waits

Memory Representation Through Illustrations in ‘On the Edge of the Abyss’

21F

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Noemi Jade

Sanchez Gomez

The economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the music festival event industry

21F

10:15

Thurs, 29/09

Johanna

Ritter

Between interdependence and autonomy - What we can learn from ultra-vires judgements about European Legal Integration

23D

13:30

Thurs, 29/09

Tobias

Boelsen

Lüffi

24E

14:45

Thurs, 29/09

 

Johanna

Ritter

Lüffi

24E

14:45

Thurs, 29/09