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Dr Farah Ahmed

Rethinking Islamic education for British Muslim children: trialling dialogic pedagogy in UK madrasahs (supplementary schools).

Education
Dr Miguel Anaya Light management in emerging Light-Emitting Devices Physics
Dr Luke Bridgestock

Novel geochemical insights into weathering and erosion.  Commencing Fellowship in 1 May 2020

Earth Sciences
Dr Bipasha Chakraborty Search for doubly-heavy exotic mesons using lattice QCD.   Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics
Dr Hajni Elias

The Southwest Silk Road: A Study of Cultural and Artistic Transmission Amongst Early Societies of Southwest China, Vietnam and Southeast Asia

Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Dr Sofia Gotti Art and Craft in Latin America History of Art
Dr Tim Greenfield Exploring the complex tectonics beneath Sulawesi and Kalimantan, Indonesia Earth Sciences
Dr Martin Kleppmann Security and resilience of collaborative applications Computer Laboratory
Dr Adrien Lefauve Turbulent mixing and structures in stratified shear flows Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics
Dr Jingwei Liang Geometry Based Adaptive Acceleration for Non-smooth Optimisation Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics
Dr Xuan Liang Cadherin adhesion in de novo polarisation of epithelial tubes Physiology, Development & Neuroscience
Dr Elena Maters The role of volcanic ash in sulphur chemistry in the atmosphere Chemistry
Dr Daria Mattingly Jews in the 1932-1933 Famine in Ukraine: Perpetrators, Bystanders, Victims Modern & Medieval Languages and Linguistics
Dr Oliver Morgan The Poetry of Reply in Early Modern England English
Dr Robert Mok Organising knowledge for intelligent behaviour across domains: neural and computational mechanisms Brain Sciences Unit
Dr Mathelinda Nabugodi Translation and Composition in Percy Bysshe Shelley's Poetic Practice English
Dr Kadi Saar

Physical basis for single cell proteomics

Chemistry
Dr Deniz Turker Islamic art and architecture History of Art
Dr Christina Woolner

The poetry of politics and politics of poetry: transforming political subjectivities in Somaliland

Social Anthropology

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