A Professor in English and Head of Humanities & Culture at Edinburgh Napier University, Anne Schwan researches and teaches crime and punishment in literature and culture, nineteenth-century literature, and issues surrounding education and creativity in prisons. At Edinburgh Napier, she initiated an award-winning institutional partnership involving English Literature students and local prison reading projects.
19th century literature, gender studies, literary & cultural theory, prison education, crime and punishment
Dr Will 'Wenmiao' Shu is a Lecturer in Microengineering at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. Originally from China, he received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Cambridge University Engineering Department and Nanoscience Centre. Then he worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Cambridge developing micro- and nano- sensor devices. In 2007, he joined as a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and School of Engineering and Physical Sciences of Heriot-Watt University.
micro engineering, nanotechnologies, nano-sensors, life sciences applications
Ben has established an international reputation as a leading researcher in the natural approach to vision and visual psychology. A key role of vision is to provide information that allows us to complete our activities of everyday life, yet few researchers study vision in the context of natural everyday behaviour.
visual perception, cognition, visual research, eye tracking in natural environments