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Transforming automated inspection & non-destructive testing: world-leading Open Access research on robotics, sensors & ultrasonics

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering, based within Electronic & Electrical Engineering.

Research at CUE brings together next generation robotics with sensing technology to enable inspection of high value components, such as aerospace components, at the point of manufacture. Non-destructive testing techniques using ultrasound and other sensors can then be deployed to assess components for structural faults or damage and thereby ensure they are built correctly and more efficiently. Research at CUE is to be stimulated by the construction of a new £2.5 million state-of-the-art Robotically-Enabled Sensing (RES) hub within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering (EEE).

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2010

Wilson, Fiona and Tagg, Stephen (2010) Social constructionism and personal constructivism : getting the business owner's view on the role of sex and gender. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2 (1). pp. 68-82. ISSN 1756-6266

2007

Wilson, Fiona and Carter, Sara and Tagg, Stephen and Shaw, Eleanor and Lam, Wing (2007) Bank loan officers' perceptions of business owners: the role of gender. British Journal of Management, 18 (2). pp. 154-171. ISSN 1045-3172

Carter, S.L. and Shaw, E. and Lam, W. and Wilson, F. (2007) Gender, entrepreneurship, and bank lending : the criteria and processes used by bank loan officers in assessing applications. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31 (3). pp. 427-444. ISSN 1042-2587

2006

Carter, S.L. and Wilson, F. and Shaw, Eleanor and Lam, W.; Brush, C.G. and Carter, N.M. and Gatewood, E.J. and Greene, P.G. and Hart, M.M., eds. (2006) Gender, entrepreneurship and business finance: investigating the relationship between banks and entrepreneurs in the UK. In: Women Entrepreneurs and their Businesses: A Global Research Perspectives. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 373-392. ISBN 9781845422899

2005

Carter, S.L. and Lamb, W. and Shaw, E. and Wilson, F. (2005) Gender, entrepreneurship and bank lending: the criteria and processess used by bank loan officers in assessing loan applications. In: RENT XIX Conference, 2005-11-17 - 2005-11-18.

Wilson, F. and Shaw, Eleanor and Carter, Sara (2005) Securing a business loan : how important is gender. [Report]

Carter, S.L. and Shaw, E. and Wilson, F. (2005) Social capital, debt and risky relationaships - networking and access to finance. In: 28th Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2005-11-01 - 2005-11-03.

Carter, S.L. and Shaw, E. and Wilson, F. (2005) The life of a female business developer is not an easy one. In: European Group on Organization Studies Colloquium, 2005-06-30 - 2005-07-02.

2003

Carter, S.L. and Shaw, E. and Wilson, F. (2003) Securing a business loan: how women entrepreneurs view banks and how banks view them. In: 23rd Annual Babson College-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, 2003-04-04 - 2003-04-08.

Carter, S.L. and Shaw, E. and Wilson, F. (2003) Securing a business loan: the effects of gender in accessing bank financing. In: Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, 2003-11-20 - 2003-11-21.

2001

Wilson, F. and Thompson, P. (2001) Sexual harassment as an exercise of power. Gender, Work and Organization, 8 (1). pp. 61-83. ISSN 0968-6673

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