Parallel Session 1: Tuesday 26 May, 3:30 – 5:15pm A: Performativities: Practice, Music, Language (3.07) Chair: Dr Jo Scott Name Nathan Walker Lee Jones Adam Hart Sean Gregory Jennifer Willett Adel Alharthi Rasha Saeed School AM Title Durational Writing Actions AM AM AM AM Lee Jones and the Adelphi Laptop Ensemble: Collaborative Composition Music Technology and the Constructivist Paradigm The Pre-existing New The Pre-existing New AM AM Issues in the Subtitling of wordplay and satire: challenges and strategies intercultural pragmatic study of request strategies B: Business: Digital media; Innovation; Retail (3.08) Chair: Dr Marie Griffiths Co-chair: Munira Elmagri Name School Title Alex Fenton SBS Digital marketing and football: A case study of Salford City FC Abubakar SBS Tell vs Talk: contrasting social media usage by government officials and Shinkafi emerging citizens. The Nigerian experience Muktar Bello SBS Investigating and Prosecuting Cyber criminals in Nigeria: Developing a novel approach to Investigation. Ibraheem SBS Exploring the Nature of Innovation in Small Firms in Nigeria Akosile Violet Justine SBS Exploring loyalty card programmes effects on consumers within the UK Mtonga retail gambling industry Nawras SBS Design Factors-Customer Behaviour Relationship: The Mediating Role of Nusairat Emotions and Cognition Udeni Salmon SBS An exploration of the shifting fields of family and business: how Bourdieu’s sociological theories can help us to understand family firms C: Health Sciences (3.17/18) Chair: Prof Julie Nightingale Co-chair: Dr Youssef Ghasser Name School Title Alix Chadwell HS Why are myoelectric prostheses difficult to control? Olanrewaju HS Mammography screening: factors affecting participation in the Lagos Lawal state program. Samantha HS The role of the user in mammography machine design Bird Pornsuree HS Normalisations of muscle activity during gait in healthy adults onmanee Michael HS An Action Research approach to facilitating the integration of best Harrisonpractice in the Assessment and Management of Diabetes Related Lower Blount Limb Problems in India. D: Molecular Ecology & Conservation (3.10) Chair: Prof Stefano Mariani Name School Title Andjin ELS DEMO: Chromatophore changes in the brown shrimp: An exciting Siegenthaler demonstration of a colourful research topic Judith Bakker ELS Sharkwaters: a novel environmental DNA approach for biodiversity assessment and monitoring Nour Salam ELS Effect of salinity on the depuration rate of heavy metals in the brown shrimp (Crangon crangon) Peter Shum ELS Three-dimensional, post-glacial expansion and diversification of an exploited oceanic fish Ciara Peace ELS Uncovering the flaws in EU fish labelling legislation. Sasha-Ann ELS DNA Barcoding reveals the truth at seafood restaurants Taylor E: Physics, Material Science and Mobile Networks (3.02) Chair: Dr Omar Alani Name School Title Christopher CSE Complexity in nonlinear Fabry-Pérot cavities: reaction-diffusion optical Bostock systems and spontaneous spatial patterns Mark Lundie CSE Electronic and optical properties of reduced graphene oxide Hercend CSE Assessment of disproportionate collapse for tall timber buildings Mpidi Bita Ahmed CSE Reliable Spectrum Sharing Management for Cognitive Radio Networks Fakhrudeen Murtala CSE Increasing the energy efficiency of Ultra WideBand (UWB) enabled Mobile Muhammad Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) by optimising MAC protocols. Mohammed CSE Location-Based Services for Mobile Network by Clustering Distributed Aal-Nouman Databases Ahmed AlCSE System Capacity Enhancements in LTE-A Heterogeneous Networks Aaloosi F: Workplace 1: Employability, Recruitment, Wellbeing (3.11) Chair: Prof Louise Ackers Name Eileen Cunningham Fiona Christie Anna Joel School NMSW SS Studen t Life SBS Rasha Alturki NMSW Title Graduate transitions - opportunities and obstacles The creative student's perspective on employability The role of HRM in identifying and removing barriers for women returning to the workplace after child-birth Using IT to address issues arising from the deployment of a multinational James Chandler John Hudson SS HS HS nursing workforce. Exploring the potential for social enterprises to positively impact on employee health and wellbeing Work-stress: what's the problem?