ASEC Publications

  • Andrews J. (2013). “Editorial: Breaking down the Barriers”. Guest Editor for What Works? Special Edition of the Journal of Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning. 14. pp. 1-3.
  • Clark, R., Andrews, J., Thomas, L. & Aggarwal, R. (2013). Compendium of Effective Practice in Higher Education Retention & Success: Vol II. York. Higher Education Academy. ISB: 978 1 85449 447 4
  • Clark R. & Andrews, J. (2014). ‘Relationships, Variety & Synergy: The Secret to Success in Engineering Education?’. European Journal of Engineering Education. 39. 6. pp 585-600.
  • Andrews, J., & Higson, H. (2014). Is Bologna working? Employer and graduate reflections of the quality, value and relevance of business and management education in four European Union countries. Higher Education Quarterly, 68. 3. pp. 267-287.
  • Clark R & Andrews, J. (2015) It’s About Bits of Machines & Stuff”: Why Girls Don’t ‘Do’ Engineering. Accepted for publication in ‘REES Special Issue’ of International Journal of Engineering. Awaiting Publication details 
  • Clark, R. & Andrews, J. (2010) Researching Primary Engineering Education: An Exploratory Study from a UK Perspective, European Journal of Engineering Education, Vol 35 No 3, pp 585-595
  • Clark, R. (2010) Editorial, Engineering Education, (2010). 5. 2.  pp1-3 (Guest Editor for this issue)
  • Senior C., Howard, C. Reddy P., Clark, R. & Lim M. (2013). The relationship between student-centred lectures, emotional intelligence, and study teams: a social telemetry study with mobile telephony. Studies in Higher Education, 37. 8. pp.957-970.
  • Clark R. & Andrews, J. (2014). ‘Relationships, Variety & Synergy: The Secret to Success in Engineering Education?’. European Journal of Engineering Education. 39. 6. pp 585-600.
  • Clark R & Andrews, J. (2015) It’s About Bits of Machines & Stuff”: Why Girls Don’t ‘Do’ Engineering. Accepted for publication in ‘REES Special Issue’ of International Journal of Engineering. Awaiting Publication details
  • Project Baseline, Tampere, Finland, 2016 
  • Aspects of PKI, IBM Warwick 2002 
  • Voice Activated Control, TIDE Conference, Helsinki, 1998 
  • Intelligent Machines, IEE Symposium, Newport, 1996 
  • Digital Image Processing, COMADEM Conference, Paris 1994 
  • R. Kamaluddin, 2015, “How do engineering students develop practical competencies during a period of industrial placement? –Students’ Perceptions”, The 6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin
  • Leslie, L. J., and Gorman, P. C. (2016). Collaborative design of assessment criteria to improve undergraduate student engagement and performance. European Journal of Engineering Education doi: 10.1080/03043797.2016.1158791, 1-16, 10.1080/03043797.2016.1158791.
  • Leslie, L., Prince, M., and Thomson, G. (2013). Student input in the development of a marking scheme for improved engineering logbooks. In CDIO: Engineering Leadership in Innovation and Design (doi, MIT & Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • Davies, JW, Counter, B, Davison, M, Luke, S& Mills, P 2012, 'Part-time students in the workforce - enhancing practice in course provision'. inConference proceedings for EE2012: innovation, practice and research in engineering education., GP174/abs099, Higher Education Academy, International conference on innovation, practice and research in Engineering Education, Coventry, United Kingdom, 18-20 September.
  • Booth, M, Fahmi, N & Luke, S2012, 'Work-based HE pathways for the electrical power engineering industry'. inConference proceedings for EE2012: innovation, practice and research in engineering education., GP134/abs019, Higher Education Academy, International conference on innovation, practice and research in Engineering Education, Coventry, United Kingdom, 18-20 September.
  • Mclening. C. and Buck, L (2012) Practice based learning approaches in collaborative design and engineering education: A case study  investigation into the benefits of a crossdiciplinary practice based learning strategy. International conference on engineering and product design education 2012, Artesis University College, Antwerp, Belgium. Published by Design Society & The Institution of Engineering Designers.
  •  Mclening, C. and Owen, J (2011) Practice based learning for automotive engineering students. International conference on engineering and product design education 2011, City University. London, United Kingdom. Published by Design Society & The Institution of Engineering Designers. (Winner of Best conference Poster Award)
  • Presented- refereed paper (2010) The effect of personality on the design team: lessons from Industry from Industry for design education. 12th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. Trondheim, Norway.
  • Presented refereed paper: (2008) An investigation into the sustainable approaches of the ARUP associates Product Design group.13th International Conference-Sustainable Innovation 08 -Future Products, Technologies and Industries. (Selected in top 40 referred papers) Malmo. Sweden. 
  • Presented refereed paper: (2005) Developing a new SPDS: Sustainable Product Design Specification Tool. 10th International Conference-Towards Sustainable Product Design-Global ’state of the art’ in sustainable development & design. Farnham. Surrey. United Kingdom.
  • Defining Vocational Education and Training for Tertiary Level Education:  Where does Problem Based Learning Fit in?– A Literature Review
  • “How Prepared are Engineering Educators to Implement Active Learning?” – The Emerging Findings 
  • Peters, M. (2015) Using cognitive load theory to interpret student difficulties with a problem-based learning approach to engineering education: a case study.  Teaching Mathematics Applications 34 (1). pp 53-62.  http://teamat.oxfordjournals.org/content/34/1/53.full.pdf+html
  • Peters, M. (2015) Getting round pegs into round holes: getting students onto the right Engineering Programme.  http://www.sefi.be/conference-2015/CHAP-13.-Diversity-in-Engineering-Education/55842.pdf 
  • Peters, M (2014) Supporting engineering students at the start of their university course: an industry-university collaboration to provide tailored online mathematics resources, Proceedings of 42nd Annual Conference European Society for Engineering Education, Birmingham, UK.  http://www.sefi.be/conference-2014/0022.pdf.  
  • Peters, M (2014) How does Problem Based Learning fit with Cognitive Load Theory? 17th Seminar Mathematics Working Group, European Society for Engineering Education. Dublin, Ireland. http://www.sefi.htw-aalen.de/
  • Peters, M. and Bartholomew, P. (2015) The Trust Issue: Implementing Peer-Assessment in an Undergraduate Professional Development Context, in Assessment in Higher Education. Institute for Learning in Higher Education (in press).
  • Peters, M. (2015) Using Cognitive Load Theory to inform a Problem Based Approach to Learning Engineering Mathematics, in Problem-Based Learning: Perspectives, Methods and Challenges. Nova (in press).
  • Andrews, J., Clark R. & Phull, S. (2015). “Making Molehills out of Mountains: Peer Mentoring in Engineering Education – A Case-Study”. REES Bi-Annual Conference. June. Dublin. Research Paper: Student Support
  • Andrews, J., Clark R. & Phull, S. (2015). Higher Education, Equality & Ethnicity: The Attainment Gap – What should we be doing? Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference. Newport. Research Paper. Widening Participation.
  • Andrews, J., Clark R. & Phull, S. (2014). “Tackling Transition! Peer Mentoring in Engineering Education – A UK Perspective”. Accepted for publication at SEFI Annual Conference. September, Birmingham University. Research Paper: Engineering Education Research
  • Junek, R; Morrow, R ; Phull SS; Schoenherr,JI  ; Schubert, R; Kallmeyer, R; Klocking, R, (2008) Bimodal effect of humic acids on the LPS-induced TNF-alpha release from differentiated U937 cells. Phytomedicine , 16, 5, 470-476.
  • Experiences On Collaborative Quality Enhancement Using Cross-Sparring Between Two Universities Robin Clark, Gareth Thomson, Elina Kontio, Janne Roslöf, Paula Steinby 12th International CDIO Conference, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland,  June 8-11, 2016
  • Student Perceptions And Reflections In Peer Review Of Group Projects Gareth Thomson, Daniel Spooner, Nikola Chalashkanov 11th International CDIO Conference, Chengdu University, China,  June 8-11, 2015. 
  • Exploring the Form and Impact of a CDIO Implementation - A Case Study Robin Clark, Gareth Thomson CDIO European Regional Meeting, Reykjavik, Iceland, 5-6 February 2015
  • Workspace Implementation – Review And Call For Partners To Establish Best Practice Gareth Thomson, Mark Prince, Laura Leslie, Christian McLening Proceedings of the 10th International CDIO Conference, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, June 16-19, 2014. 
  • Design and Build of an Electrical Vehicle as a Degree Launch Activity G Thomson, LJ Leslie, M Prince CDIO: Engineering Leadership in Innovation and Design, MIT /  Harvard, Cambridge, MA, USA., 9-13th June 2013
  • Thompson, E. (2015). What Can Practitioner Perceptions Tell Us About Our Subject? Paper presented at the The 16th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Cyprus  University of Technology (CUT), Limassol, Cyprus.
  • Wong, S. H. S., Thompson, E., & Beaumont, A. J. (2015). Reflective journals: Can they be used to identify struggling students? Paper presented at the Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES2015), Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland. Thompson, E., & Kinshuk. (2011). The nature of an object-oriented program: How do practitioners understand the nature of what they are creating? Computer Science Education, 21(3), 269-287. doi:10.1080/08993408.2011.607010
  • Whalley, J., Clear, T., Robbins, P., & Thompson, E. (2011). Salient elements in novice solutions to code writing problems. Paper presented at the 13th Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2011), Perth, Australia.
  • Thompson, E. (2010). From phenomenography study to planning teaching. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the fifteenth annual conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education, Bilkent, Ankara, Turkey.
  • E. Turitsyna, A. Gbadebo, and J. Williams, “A technique for mitigating the effect of the writing beam  profile on fibre bragg grating fabrication,” Opt. Express., vol. 23, no. 10, p. 12628, May 2015.
  • A. V. Turchin, M. Dubov, and J. A. R. Williams, “In situ measurement and reconstruction in three dimensions of femtosecond inscription-induced complex permittivity modification in glass,” Opt. Lett., vol. 35, no. 17, pp. 2952–2954, Sep 2010.
  • A. Gbadebo, E. Turitsyna, and J. Williams, “Experimental comparison of differing design approaches for multichannel fibre bragg gratings,” in The European Conference on Lasers andElectro-Optics, San Jose, California,US, May 2015.
  •  ——, “Evaluation of impact of beam size on fibre bragg grating fabrication,” in Bragg Gratings, Photosensitivity, and Poling in Glass Waveguides. Barcelona, Spain: Optical Society of America, July 2014, p. BW1D. 5.
  • A. Gbadebo, E. Turitsyna, X. Shu, and S. Williams, J.A.R.; Turitsyn, “Fibre grating filters for suppression of near infrared oh emission lines,” in Proceedings of the 39th European Conference on Optical Communications (ECOC 2013), London, UK, sep 2013, pp. 1,3
  • Shun Ha Sylvia Wong, Errol Thompson and Anthony J. Beaumont. Reflective Journals: Can they be used to identify struggling students? In Proceedings of the 6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES2015), Dublin, Ireland, 13-15 July 2015. Dublin Institute of Technology.
  • Shun Ha Sylvia Wong and Anthony J. Beaumont. A Quest for Helpful Feedback to Programming Coursework. Engineering Education, 7(2): 51--62, 2012.
  • Shun Ha Sylvia Wong, Jonathan Taylor and Anthony J. Beaumont. Enhancing Student Learning Experience through a novel Electronic Coursework Assessment and Feedback Management System. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in Engineering Education (EE2012), Coventry, UK, 18-20 September 2012. Centre for Engineering and Design Education, Loughborough University.
  • Shun Ha Sylvia Wong, 2010. Motivating students to learn through good and helpful coursework feedback. In Engineering Education 2010 (EE2010), Birmingham (UK), 6-8 July 2010. The Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre.
  • Shun Ha Sylvia Wong, Alan J. Sellers and Anthony J. Beaumont. e-CAF: Flexible Marking Schemes for Electronic Coursework Assessment and Feedback. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA 2008), Vienna, Austria, June 30 - July 4, 2008, pages 2289-2297. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).