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Open Access research that solves space system engineering problems...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by scholars in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE), based within the Faculty of Engineering.

Research at MAE includes research into space systems engineering and spaceflight mechanics. This spans a wide variety of topics such as nano-satellites, self-assembling spacecraft, orbital dynamics, trajectory design and optimization, autonomous navigation and planning, all under the auspices of the Aerospace Centre of Excellence - and with almost all research outputs openly available through Strathprints.

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2015

Sajuria, Javier and Fábrega, Jorge (2015) Do we need polls? Why twitter will not replace opinion surveys, but can complement them. In: Digital Methods for Social Science. Palgrave McMillan, pp. 87-104. ISBN 9781137453655

Sajuria, Javier and van Heerde-Hudson, Jennifer and Hudson, David and Dasandi, Niheer and Theocharis, Yannis (2015) Tweeting alone? An analysis of bridging and bonding social capital in online networks. American Politics Research. ISSN 1552-3373

2014

Fábrega, Jorge and Sajuria, Javier (2014) The emergence of political discourse in online networks : the case of the occupy movement. International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering, 3 (3/4). pp. 210-222. ISSN 1758-9800

2013

Sajuria, Javier (2013) Is the internet changing our conception of democracy? an analysis of the internet use during protests and its efect on the perception of democracy. Política, Revista de Ciencia Politica, 51 (1). pp. 9-29. ISSN 0716-1077

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