Nick Kay

  Nick Kay Joined Imperial College in September 2008. Working with the Director Of Risk Management, with responsibility for the processes for strategic risk management and disaster recovery, Nick runs regular training seminars and workshops and provides 121 support for those responsible for managing risk throughout the College. In addition to this Nick is currently Project Director for the development of ‘Empirical...

Thomas Greve

My main focus is mechanism design or closer to auction theory and negotiations and settlements. 

Hongsheng Sheng

        Hongsheng SHENG is Professor of International Law, School of Law and Politics, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China PRC. In June 2011, he was awarded the title “Qianjiang Professor”, appointed especially by People’s Government of Zhejiang Province in China. He read law at School of Law, Wuhan University for Ph.D (China, 1996) and LL.M at the University of Nottingham (UK, 2002). He retired from the service last year and now a Senior...

Francesca Montemaggi

My research proposes a deeper understanding of ‘being religious’ based on ethnographic research in a Christian evangelical church. The thesis explores religiosity at a personal and communal level in an active Christian church and develops a theoretical framework building on Georg Simmel's contribution.  

Gareth Thomas

Ph.D. in Sociology, Cardiff University (+3 ESRC funded): 2010-present PhD provisionally titled ‘Constructing Disability: Screening for Down’s Syndrome in Antenatal Care’. The research involves an ethnographic study of how clinicians, maternity services, and parents understand and respond to screening for Down’s syndrome, and potential other foetal abnormality, during antenatal care.   MSc Social Science Research Methods, Cardiff University (Distinction): 2009-2010...

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