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“It’s time” in Vancouver – Is equity the key to resolving the paradox of mobility pricing?
Abstract: Pricing has long been a challenge for transport policy and planning. Incomplete or inefficient pricing mechanisms cause a wide range of suboptimal outcomes, e.g. congestion, pollution and unfunded infrastructure liabilities - aka road socialism. A fiscal paradox underlies the challenges to introduce more effective pricing of car use, which may help fund public and active transport. Increased fuel efficiency and the rise of alternative fuel (electricity/hydrogen) would further reduce fuel tax income. Attempts to introduce new fiscal instruments on mobility has been defeated multiple times in Vancouver - a vehicle levy in 2001 and a referendum for a transit surtax in 2015. In spite of the defeats, a renewed effort has just begun. The Independent Mobility Pricing Commission has been established in 2017 to investigate new mobility pricing schemes (such as distance-based vehicle charges and road pricing), with a publicity campaign – It’s Time (https://www.itstimemv.ca/). These initiatives offer unique opportunities to study the efforts to reprice urban mobility in a car-dominant urban region. This presentation provides the initial analysis of Vancouver’s latest attempt, with insights into the social and political barriers to acceptance of such schemes. Dr Abraham Leung is a postdoctoral research fellow in Griffith University's Cities Research Institute. His research focuses mainly on urban socio-spatial equity problems, with specific interests in public transport infrastructure value capture, mobility pricing, and fuel (oil) price vulnerability. As a key member of his university’s transport research team, he also provides research-based advice to industry partners under the Transport Academic Partnership (TAP) agreement with the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads. He has recently won a Simon Fraser University/Griffith University Collaborative Travel Grant to research mobility pricing policy in Vancouver. (https://experts.griffith.edu.au/academic/abraham.leung)
Dr Abraham Leung, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Cities Research Institute, Griffith University, Australia
6/4/2018 10:00:00 AM
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5th RiDNet Conference Keynote: Dr Eleanor Fisher "What I wish I'd known..." (Part 2)
Conference keynote presentation. School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. 27th of February, 2017. Part 2 of 2
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1/27/2017 3:44:40 PM
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5th RiDNet Conference Keynote: Dr Nilam Ashra-McGrath "PhD rollercoaster and coping strategies" (Part 1)
Conference keynote presentation. School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. 27th of February, 2017. Part 1 of 2
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1/27/2017 3:48:48 PM
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Adhoc Recording Captured On : 7/19/2016 1:01:43 PM_7/19/2016
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7/19/2016 12:01:43 PM
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Angharad Beckett 'Taster' of Public Lecture at University of Malta
In this short video, Dr Angharad Beckett (Deputy Director of the Centre for Disability Studies, University of Leeds) introduces her Public Lecture at the University of Malta. This lecture is entitled: "It's my right to play too!": freeing play for disabled children.
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10/22/2017 3:11:18 PM
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Annual Alumni Lecture - Peter Hendy
Alumni event in London on 8 June 2011 at which Peter Hendy, Commissioner of Transport for London, spoke about 'Transporting London - the economics and politics of keeping a world city moving'. License : CC-BY-SA-3.0
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7/29/2011 11:25:40 AM
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Autonomous Operation of Earth-moving Trucks from Drones demonstration at the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event 2017
A drone system to monitor and autonomously direct trucks around obstacles was demonstrated by a team from the University of Leeds as part of the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event that took place on 27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The event was part of the UK Robotics Week 2017 and showcased the current state-of-the-art of robotics for infrastructure through a packed programme of talks and demonstrations. The event brought together over 80 academics, industry, policy makers and stakeholders to explore the use of robotics in the creation, inspection, repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure. Here Dr Bilal Kaddouh explains how their drone system works, what inspired it and the value of attending the Robotics Challenge Event.
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8/11/2017 1:16:42 PM
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Dostoevsky Day welcome cartoon
A short cartoon to welcome guests to the Dostoevsky Day held at the University of Leeds, created by web artist Eduard Chasovitin.
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2/5/2016 2:53:50 PM
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Election 2017 - religion and the election
Dr Stuart McAnulla (Associate Professor in British Politics) and Dr Rachel Muers (Senior Lecturer in Christian Studies) discuss the role of religion in the 2017 General Election including the potential issues around faith and political leadership, open letters from prominent church figures encouraging political engagement, and partisan perceptions of church interventions.
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6/1/2017 1:48:58 PM
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Election 2017 - security and the campaigns
Dr Victoria Honeyman (Lecturer in British Politics) speaks to Jack Holland (Associate Professor in International Security) about how terrorist attacks in the UK have shifted the focus of the general election campaigns and the approaches of the political parties and their leaders to issues of security
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6/6/2017 12:17:22 PM
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Emotion Detection in Group Settings demonstration at Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event 2017
A system to detect emotion in a crowd situation was demonstrated by Wenxuan Mou (Queen Mary University of London) as part of the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event that took place on 27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The event took place in UK Robotics Week 2017 and showcased the current state-of-the-art of robotics for infrastructure through a packed programme of talks and demonstrations. The event brought together over 80 academics, industry, policy makers and stakeholders to explore the use of robotics in the creation, inspection, repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure. Here Wenxuan explains more about how her system works and the value of attending the Robotics Challenge Event.
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8/11/2017 1:23:30 PM
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4/8/2017 8:02:13 PM
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Law Got Talent 2017
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12/20/2017 3:08:34 PM
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MA Disability Studies at the University of Leeds
Dr Alison Sheldon from the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds describes the MA Disability Studies course.
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4/3/2017 1:35:41 PM
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Media Futures Al Jazeera_11/1/2016
University of Leeds
11/1/2016 4:04:32 PM
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Media Futures: how to be a freelance _10/25/2017
University of Leeds
10/25/2017 11:58:21 AM
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Narrating Policy - Challenging Narratives (Panel) (1/16/2017)
Narrating Policy - Challenging Narratives (Panel) Due to unfortunate circumstances, the presenters for the other two papers had to withdraw at short notice. * Gendered Narratives: Exploring the Cooccurrence of Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Gender Dysphoria* - Emily Maddox (University of Leeds) There is an overrepresentation of people accessing gender clinics who have a pre-existing diagnosis of autism or autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD is categorised as a neurological condition, with a narrative surrounding it which is overwhelming masculine. It is attached to an essential maleness and becomes an extreme and pathological version of the male brain. Thus, ASD becomes intimately connected to the gendered self of those diagnosed. Yet this essentialist position demands our considered when we consider, as Dan Goodley does, when autism is categorised as both a neurological condition and a learning disability this clearly positions it with the socio-political world. Likewise the over representation of autism in gender clinics is not being sufficiently examined in light of how autism acting as a gendered disciplinary technique interacts with and restricts gendered expression. There is little consideration of how the pathologised maleness of autism is interpreted by the person with autism who is struggling to construct a coherent gendered narrative of the self. This omission is echoed by the lack of policy determining ways to work with people who access gender clinics with both ASD and gender dysphoria. The dominant discourse of autism seems to restrict any serious interrogation of how the discursive formations of gender and autism interact with each other and the lack of policy reflects this which ultimately prevents a holistic care plan being constructed for those affected. 'Narrating Policy: Exploring Narrative in Policy and Policy Analysis' was a one-day symposium held at the University of Leeds, organised by James Beresford and Ashley R. Bullard, doctoral researchers in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. The day was dedicated to the various and variegated ways narrative and narrative analysis informs policy and policy analysis. The symposium was sponsored by the Leeds Social Science Institution and the Sociology and Social Policy’s Policy Research Cluster.
Emily Maddox
1/16/2017 1:01:48 PM
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Narrating Policy - How Narratives Inform Policy (Panel) (1/16/2017)
Narrating Policy - How Narratives Inform Policy (Panel) *Policy Narratives and the Creation of City Technology Colleges Programme* - Dr Elizabeth Cookingham Bailey (LSE) This paper looks at the language and ideas used by policymakers surrounding the creation of the City Technology Colleges policy in 1986. This paper explores how policymakers drew on broader 1980s conservative narratives regarding secondary education in England, particularly regarding ideas of choice and diversity, the aims and purposes of education, and funding and management. This paper also considers the influence of narratives used by external interest groups on internal Conservative Government policy discussion. The elements of the policy and the ideas referenced by actors are examined to determine how they reflected the narratives used in contemporary thinking. This paper draws on archival materials and published documents as well as a select number of interviews with key policymakers. The findings of this paper underscore the consistency of narratives used by conservatives throughout this period, including those that underlay this policy. *A Forward View of Better Care: Analysing the Narrative Content and Structure of English Policy on Integrated Care* - Dr Gemma Hughes (University of Oxford) Demand for improved health and social care services in England is increasing, at the same time as public expenditure on these services is reducing. A key health policy response to this conundrum is the creation of new models of integrated care to reduce demand, including hospital admissions, through organisational changes. However, evaluations of integrated care programmes are yet to show that providing care ‘closer to home’ can consistently reduce hospital admissions, and therefore costs. I draw on an ethnographic case study of the experience and practice of integrated care within its organisational, social, political and policy context to answer the question of how the policy of integrated care has such resonance, despite a lack of supporting evidence. Informed by interpretive policy analysis, I examine the narrative content and structure of policy documents to find an over-arching narrative about integrated care that acts to reconcile conflicting pressures, and, in its optimism, negates findings of empirical studies. 'Narrating Policy: Exploring Narrative in Policy and Policy Analysis' was a one-day symposium held at the University of Leeds, organised by James Beresford and Ashley R. Bullard, doctoral researchers in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. The day was dedicated to the various and variegated ways narrative and narrative analysis informs policy and policy analysis. The symposium was sponsored by the Leeds Social Science Institution and the Sociology and Social Policy’s Policy Research Cluster.
Dr Elizabeth Cookingham Bailey
1/16/2017 10:21:29 AM
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Narrating Policy - Narrative Methods, Methodology, Epistemology, and Modalities (Panel) (1/16/2017)
Narrating Policy - Narrative Methods, Methodology, Epistemology, and Modalities (Panel) *Using Narrative Insights to Analyse the Politics of Social Policy Research* - Dr Harriet Clarke and Raquel Silva (University of Birmingham) ‘Narrative’ may be emergent in some areas of social policy analysis, yet it is an explicit mode of research presentation across academic disciplines and methodological approaches in the UK HEI environment. In the context of ‘impact narrative’ (as one powerful given mode for research narrative producers) we consider the potential of insights from narrative analysis to provide the social policy community tools to discuss, analyse and address what shapes our individual and institutional ways of presenting ourselves and our academic endeavours. Specific issues raised include (i) who tells research stories – who to, for what purpose and (ii) what narrative resources are used and produced (and perhaps not used / not produced) in the process. We argue that th potential contribution of a narrative lens is rooted in the politics of social research and that a narrative perspective can strongly enhance analysis of the research-policy field. *Xenophobia to Understanding: Influencing the Narrative of Unaccompanied Refugee Children through Systemic Communication* - Pascal Tshibanda (University of Bedfordshire) A multilevel communications project, with a relational (i.e. systemic) orientation in a Swedish borough council has proven to be an efficient tool to combat othering, prejudices and racism towards unaccompanied refugee children, or “bearded children” as they were called in the public debate. Sweden was the OECD's highest per capita recipient of asylum seekers until 2015 and in this particular rural small town, people from 116 different countries, speaking 156 different languages, reside. Global migration hence, present complex opportunities and challenges for local councils. This irreversible human global warming leave deep traces on everyday life for those who move, and those who receive them. The ethical posture that underpinned this communications project was to talk with rather than about unaccompanied refugee children. Public leadership and communication are hence intrinsic and interwoven elements in the creation of sustainable local communities of co-existence. The outcome was “I’m no longer afraid”, two storytelling videos, a photo exhibition and a photo book to combat narratives of ”failed multiculturalism” and the stigmatisation of vulnerable children on the move. 'Narrating Policy: Exploring Narrative in Policy and Policy Analysis' was a one-day symposium held at the University of Leeds, organised by James Beresford and Ashley R. Bullard, doctoral researchers in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. The day was dedicated to the various and variegated ways narrative and narrative analysis informs policy and policy analysis. The symposium was sponsored by the Leeds Social Science Institution and the Sociology and Social Policy’s Policy Research Cluster.
Dr Harriet Clarke
1/16/2017 2:41:59 PM
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Narrating Policy - Second Independent Paper - Children/Childhood: Historical Educational Perspectives (1/16/2017)
Narrating Policy - Second Independent Paper *Excavating Concepts of Children and Childhood in Ireland (1900 – 1940) from an Historical Educational Policy Perspective* - Dr Thomas Walsh (Maynooth University) Concepts of children and childhood are time specific and linked to wider contextual and societal issues (James and Prout, 1997; Jenks, 1998). Using narrative policy to provide a framework for historical documentary analysis (Bowen, 2009; Roe, 1994), this presentation will trace the changing conceptualisation of childhood in Ireland from an educational perspective in the opening decades of the twentieth century. The main policy artefact of exploration will be the successive primary school curricula from the era, specifically the Revised Programme of Instruction (1900) and the curricula developed in Ireland following the achievement of political independence in the 1920s. The presentation will focus in particular on the dramatic changes catalysed by the advent of political independence and interrogate through policy analysis the respective roles of the State (pre- and postindependence) and the churches in constructing and reconstructing this conceptualisation of childhood. The presentation will conclude with a review of the implications for children and society of this changing construction of childhood pre- and post-independence. 'Narrating Policy: Exploring Narrative in Policy and Policy Analysis' was a one-day symposium held at the University of Leeds, organised by James Beresford and Ashley R. Bullard, doctoral researchers in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. The day was dedicated to the various and variegated ways narrative and narrative analysis informs policy and policy analysis. The symposium was sponsored by the Leeds Social Science Institution and the Sociology and Social Policy’s Policy Research Cluster.
Dr Thomas Walsh
1/16/2017 1:51:28 PM
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Postgraduate study in the School of Sociology and Social Policy at Leeds
Masters students and staff share their experiences of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds and why they are passionate about their subject.
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8/14/2017 9:41:27 AM
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Queen's Anniversary Prize
Staff and students of the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) attending Buckingham Palace in February 2010 to receive the 'Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education' from the Queen herself. License : All Rights Reserved
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7/27/2010 9:59:18 AM
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Queen's Anniversary Prize video
Staff and students of the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) attending Buckingham Palace in February 2010 to receive the 'Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education' from the Queen herself. License : CC-BY-ND-3.0
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5/21/2010 1:21:53 PM
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Reflections on Politics and Transport Policy
Presentation by former Transport Minister Norman Baker, hosted by the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) www.its.leeds.ac.uk
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11/4/2015 5:30:00 PM
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Reimagining the future of urban public space conference, 5 June 2017
Roundtable discussion at Leeds Social Sciences Institute-organised conference with Anna Minton, Journalist / Author, University of East London; Matthew Bradbury, Parks Alliance; Irena Bauman, Architect; Angela Barnicle, South Bank Development; and Paul Chatterton, University of Leeds.
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6/21/2017 10:20:44 AM
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Reimagining the future of urban public space conference, 5 June 2017
Introduction with Professor Jeremy Higham, Dean of the Faculty of ESSL, and Professor Adam Crawford, Director of Leeds Social Sciences Institute.
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6/21/2017 9:15:25 AM
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RiDNet Conference: Dr Martin Lamb (1/2)
Keynote by Dr Martin Lamb, Senior Lecturer, School of education University of Leeds Title: "Researcher effects in fieldwork: are they amplified in development contexts?" 30th November, 2015 Part 1 of 2
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2/26/2016 9:50:29 PM
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RiDNet Conference: Dr Martin Lamb (2/2)
Keynote by Dr Martin Lamb, Senior Lecturer, School of education University of Leeds Title: "Researcher effects in fieldwork: are they amplified in development contexts?" 30th November, 2015 Part 2 of 2
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2/26/2016 9:50:00 PM
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RiDNet Conference: Panel Presentation - Laura Smith
Panel Presentation by Laura Smith, University of Leeds Title: "Building trust? The challenges of participation in multi-stakeholder's forum's in Uganda's oil bearing regions" 30th November, 2015
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2/26/2016 9:48:36 PM
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RiDNet Conference: Panel Presentation - Liezel Longboan
Panel Presentation by Liezel Longboan, Independent Researcher Title: "The challenges of conducting ethnographic research in disaster-affected communities" 30th November, 2015
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2/26/2016 9:44:24 PM
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Robot Autonomous Safety Guard demonstration at the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event 2017
Lucie, an intelligent mobile robot able to run autonomously for months in dynamic human environments, was demonstrated by Nick Hawes (University of Birmingham) and Tony Cohn (University of Leeds). The demonstration took place at the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event (27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds), part of the UK Robotics Week 2017, which showcased the current state-of-the-art of robotics for infrastructure through a packed programme of talks and demonstrations. The event brought together over 80 academics, industry, policy makers and stakeholders to explore the use of robotics in the creation, inspection, repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure. Dr Nick Hawes explains more about the STRANDS project work that gave rise to Lucie and the value of attending the Robotics Challenge Event.
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8/11/2017 1:35:43 PM
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Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event Overview
The Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event took place on 27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds, as part of the UK Robotics Week 2017, to showcase the current state-of-the-art of robotics for infrastructure through a packed programme of talks and demonstrations. The event brought together over 80 academics, industry, policy makers and stakeholders to explore the use of robotics in the creation, inspection, repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure. Nine teams from across the UK came to compete, along with several video-only entries from international teams. This film gives an overview of the event and competing robots.
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8/11/2017 9:58:29 AM
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Rt Hon John Bercow MP - The Role of Parliament
Friday 3rd November | Public Lecture | by Mr Speaker Rt Hon John Bercow | The Role of Parliament.
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11/14/2017 10:52:03 AM
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SEC/DigiFest 2017 | Sir Alan Langlands
University of Leeds Vice-Chancellor Sir Alan Langlands formally opens the Student Education Conference & Digital Festival 2017.
University of Leeds
1/6/2017 9:18:14 AM
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Secretary of State for Transport - Institute for Transport Studies
The Secretary of State for Transport, the Rt. Hon Chris Grayling MP, delivers a keynote speech to mark the official opening of the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) building, March 2017. www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/4011/cutting-edge_transport_research_showcased_to_secretary_of_state For a selection of photos of the wider event please see: http://bit.ly/2o1xK4f
Rt. Hon Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Transport, March 2017
3/2/2017 11:45:00 AM
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New York Leadership Programme Application
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4/10/2017 6:34:11 PM
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Supporting your child through the application process
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5/15/2018 10:53:12 AM
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Undergraduate experience at the School of Sociology and Social Policy
Listen to students and staff talking about their experience of undergraduate study and their passion for sociology and social policy.
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6/14/2017 8:52:50 AM
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Understanding Sharia LLC Seminar Series_4/24/2018
University of Leeds
4/24/2018 5:05:31 PM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Andy Gouldson
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Welcome and Introduction - Andy Gouldson, Dean for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 10:22:18 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Andy Hollingsworth
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Panel and Interactive Session: How Universities can aid local infrastructure funding, finance and value creation. Chair: Prof Gary Dymski, Director of CITIES Theme, University of Leeds Behavioural science of project management - Andy Hollingsworth, Behavioural Insights Team North
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5/17/2017 10:28:20 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Brian Collins
Day 2, 27th April 2017 Keynotes: Valuing and financing national infrastructure: pressing needs, possible solutions. Chair: Andy Brown, University of Leeds Brian Collins, University College London
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5/17/2017 11:07:55 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Ekbal Hussain
Day 2, 27th April 2017 Parallel Session IV - Sustainability, Cultural and Social Value. Chair: Tom Theis, University of Illinois at Chicago Seismic Cities - Ekbal Hussain, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 11:22:26 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Guilio Mattioli
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Parallel Session II - Transport. Chair: Beck Loo, University of Hong Kong Mapping fuel price vulnerability in England - Guilio Mattioli, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 11:34:52 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - John Nellthorp
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Parallel Session II - Transport. Chair: Beck Loo, University of Hong Kong Land Value Uplift, Valuation of Streets and Multi-Sectoral Projects - John Nellthorp, University of Leeds.
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5/17/2017 11:37:39 AM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Katy Wright
Day 2, 27th April 2017 Parallel Session IV - Sustainability, Cultural and Social Value. Chair: Tom Theis, University of Illinois at Chicago Thinking sociologically about social and cultural value - Katy Wright, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 12:26:34 PM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Phil Purnell
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Parallel Session I - Smart Infrastructure. Chair: Alistair Norman, University of Leeds Self-healing cities: the impact of new infrastructure repair technologies in the city - Phil Purnell, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 12:59:45 PM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Phil Purnell (iBUILD)
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Keynote: The Seen University: How iBUILD and related projects have built academic - governance - industry partnerships to understand the value of infrastructure. Chair: Andy Brown, University of Leeds Phil Purnell, University of Leeds, on behalf of iBUILD
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5/17/2017 12:54:54 PM
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Valuing Infrastructure Conference 2017 - Phill Wheat
Day 1, 26th April 2017 Parallel Session II - Transport. Chair: Becky Loo, University of Hong Kong Incorporating public satisfaction and asset quality into benchmarking to drive better performance through identifying best practice - Phill Wheat, University of Leeds
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5/17/2017 1:03:23 PM
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Wireless Power Transfer for Pipe Inspection Robot demonstration at the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event 2017
A pipe inspection robot that is powered wirelessly was demonstrated by a team from the University of Leeds as part of the Robots for Resilient Infrastructure Robotic Challenge Event that took place on 27 to 28 June at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The event took place in UK Robotics Week 2017, and showcased the current state-of-the-art of robotics for infrastructure through a packed programme of talks and demonstrations. The event brought together over 80 academics, industry, policy makers and stakeholders to explore the use of robotics in the creation, inspection, repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure. Here Dr Viktor Doychnov talks about the difficulty of inspecting pipes and the advantage of wireless power delivery shown in their demonstration.
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8/11/2017 1:47:35 PM
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