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We’ve been successful in obtaining funding for a range of research projects. Here are some of our recent collaborations:
Lead researcher – Associate Professor Panagiotis Chatzistergos from the School of Life Sciences and Education and a member of the Centre for Biomechanics and Rehabilitation TechnologiesCollaborator – Cadscan (lead), Gyrobot, Recreus industries, Plymouth University and JB MedicalFunder – Innovate UK
The project is a feasibility project to generate a novel measurement system for assessing the loading applied on feet at risk of developing an ulcer during activities of daily living.
Imprints are 3D printed custom orthotics designed to prevent diabetic foot ulceration. They do this by reducing the peak foot pressures that can cause foot ulcers to develop. The fully integrated solution comprises a 3D foot scanner, automated design software and a 3D orthotics printer.
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Lead researcher – Dr Vish Maheshwari from Staffordshire Business SchoolCollaborator – Dr Janaina Giraldi, University of Sao PauloFunder – Newton
We aim to assess the value of Brazil’s brand or country brand equity (CBE) by employing a refined scale of CBE through a sample survey of European and UK consumers (brand users) as well as interviews and focus groups with stakeholders (brand creators).
Being able to measure and enhance CBE creates a unified image, promoting a brand that successfully engages with global businesses and stakeholders for sustainable economic development.
Our academics have a history of supporting businesses to address research questions on a consultancy basis. Our expertise is driving innovation for sustainable and cost saving solutions.
Collaborator – Amey Lg Limited, SheffieldFunder – Innovate UK
This collaborative work aims to reduce the public impact of street works and minimise costs for the local authority. A smart data platform will plan works for efficiencies of scale and multiple functions. This will make joint works the norm and not the exception
Staffordshire University lead – Dr Hamidreza Gohari DarabkhaniCollaborator – Bladon Jets Ltd, Cranfield UniversityFunder – Innovate UK
We are building on our expertise in micro turbine technology in the development of an innovative biogas fuelled micro-combustor that could generate clean, affordable energy for countries across the globe.
Centralised power generation in power plants produces a lot of carbon pollution and energy is lost through transmission. Mini generators, which can be used at home, improve efficiency by roughly 20% and reduce emissions of carbon dioxide.
It’s a big change – there is no other product like this in the energy market. There are challenges but we believe we can overcome them.
Dr Hamidreza Gohari Darabkhani
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