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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) together represent a research frontier with a wide variety of discipline specific applications. At Strathclyde researchers in Computer & Information Sciences are exploring improved AI planning models to enable improved decision making by automous agents. Meanwhile, research conducted by the Aerospace Centre of Excellence is using AI and computational techniques to optimize the efficacy of certain astronautic applications. This includes 'global trajectory optimization' to aircraft and spacecraft design, from the planning and scheduling for autonomous vehicles to the synthesis of robust controllers for airplanes or satellites.

AI is also transforming the research agenda within Finance, where researchers are exploring the potential of AI and machine learning in evaluating banking risks and in new, emerging aspects of FinTech.

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Murray, Gordon; Preiser, Wolfgang F. E. and Hardy, Andrea E. and Wilhelm, Jacob J., eds. (2017) A case study on the design of the Scottish Crime Campus. In: Adaptive Architecture. Routledge, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 214-226. ISBN 9781138647275

Deckker, Thomas and Murray, Gordon (2014) A new type of architecture exhibition : empathies between Mackintosh and Holl in Glasgow. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 18 (2). pp. 101-105. ISSN 1359-1355

Murray, Gordon and Romice, Ombretta and Feliciotti, Alessandra (2014) Housing Values Study : Pilot Study - Physical Survey Report. [Report]

Murray, Gordon (2013) Crime campus Gartcosh. [Artefact]

Murray, Gordon (2012) Education for a smarter profession. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 16 (4). pp. 281-284. ISSN 1359-1355

Murray, Gordon (2012) Damascus. E-Architect.

Murray, Gordon (2012) Road back to Damascus. Architectural Review, may 2012. p. 27. ISSN 0003-861X

Murray, Gordon (2012) Letter: Gordon Murray defends Steven Holl's Glasgow proposals in the face of criticism from William JR Curtis. Architectural Review, 231 (1380). p. 27. ISSN 0003-861X

Platt, Christopher and Pert, Alan and Murray, Gordon (2011) Coastal conditions. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 15 (4). pp. 312-326. ISSN 1359-1355

Murray, Gordon (2011) The persistence of the absurd. E-Architect.

Murray, Gordon (2011) The profession and pedagogy. Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Practice Notes, Autumn (BP114). BP114.

Murray, Gordon; Van Noord, Gerrie, ed. (2011) Beyond Venice. In: To Have and to Hold: Future of a Contested Landscape. Luath Press Limited, Edinburgh, pp. 34-38. ISBN 9781908373106

Platt, Christopher and Pert, Alan and Murray, Gordon (2011) Coastal conditions. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 15 (4). pp. 312-326.

Murray, Gordon (2011) Project for Clyde Gateway. retrofit of an old 1980s building as a new Business Centre for SMEs. [Artefact]

Murray, Gordon (2011) The artisan and the artist. Innovation enables transformation. [Report]

Murray, Gordon (2010) Copenhagen House Hope Street (New Build and Refurbishment of Listed Building). [Artefact]

Murray, Gordon (2009) The Red Buildings of James Stirling. In: 20th Century Society 30th Anniversary Conference and Workshop, Leicester University, Department of Engineering., 2009-03-28. (Unpublished)

Nightengale, P. and Mason, Colin and Cowling, P. and Murray, G. and Danreuther, C. (2009) From Funding Gaps to Thin Markets: Designing Hybrid VC Schemes in the 21st Century. Discussion paper. NESTA, London.

Murray, G. (2009) The Stirling prize - a vintage year? Plan.

Murray, Gordon (2008) Computer technology. Architects' Journal. ISSN 0003-8466

Murray, Gordon (2008) Aussie Rules Abroad. [Review]

Murray, Gordon (2008) Review of book by Professor Leon Van Shaik - RMIT on the work of Denton Corker Marshall - Non Fictional Narratives. [Review]

Murray, Gordon (2008) Developing a successful residential proposal that meets the specific requirements of the Clydeside Regeneration Project. In: Develop & Unify Conference, 2008-10-01.

Murray, Gordon (2008) School rules. Prospect (133).

Murray, Gordon (2008) A school to delight the senses: Hazlewood Special School in Glasgow. In: Office for Economic Cooperation and Development conference, 2008-08-17 - 2008-08-20.

Murray, Gordon (2008) Visions of sustainability - cities and regions. [Review]

Murray, Gordon (2008) Gordon Murray assesses impact of Glasgow ring road. Urban Realm.

Murray, Gordon (2008) South West Community Health Care Partnership headquarters building in Glasgow. [Artefact]

Murray, Gordon (2008) Lord of the ring road. Glasgow Business Guide.

Murray, Gordon (2008) Education - why does design matter ? : Video interview. Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS).

Murray, Gordon (2008) Hazelwood case study. [Report]

Murray, Gordon (2008) Review of building: external reviewer about the research and knowledge exchange involved in Gordon Murray's design for the Hazlewood School project. [Review]

Murray, G. (2007) Building simply: ethic or aesthetic? Thinking and making in an era of specialisation. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 11 (02). pp. 112-117.

Murray, G.; Murray, G. and Dunlop, A., eds. (2006) Scale and Density. In: Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop: Curious Rationalism. Carnyx Group. ISBN 1903653371

Murray, Gordon (2006) Telford Drive, Edinburgh. Social Housing. [Artefact]

Murray, G. (2005) Disciplinary challenges. Critical perspectives. ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 9 (1).

Association of Scottish Schools of Architecture (Funder); (2003) Association of Scottish Schools of Architecture Research Study (on part-time Part 2 Study). [Report] (Unpublished)

Murray, G. (2002) Teaching, research and practice - establishing a productive balance (Raising the game). ARQ - Architectural Research Quarterly, 6 (4). pp. 297-299.

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