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Dr Peter Falkingham

Dr Peter Falkingham

Telephone: 0151 231 2140

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Biography

Lecturer in Vertebrate Biology

Please visit my personal website for my blog and a much clearer overview of my research and publications: https://pfalkingham.wordpress.com/

My primary research focus is on dinosaur locomotion and footprint formation. Specifically, how the foot and sediment interact, and how we can subsequently reverse-engineer their formation in order to constrain and understand the limb motion of these extinct animals.

By understanding the motion of substrate around a dynamically moving foot, it is possible to use tracks to constrain possible motions of the distal (and therefore proximal) limb. My work incorporates digitisation of fossil tracks and computer simulation as well as using data from extant taxa using XROMM techniques to study the sub-surface motion of the foot during locomotion.

In addition to my work on footprints, I’m also involved in other research areas including dinosaur biomechanics and taxonomy, development of digitsation techniques and applications, cambrian echinoderm hydrodynamics, and materials science, collaborating with scientists from the UK, USA, across Europe, Australia, and South America.

Languages

English

Degrees

2010, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, PhD Palaeontology - Computer Simulation of Dinosaur Tracks
2004, University of Bristol, United Kingdom, Computer Science MSc
2003, University of Bristol, UK, Biology and Geology BSc (Hons)

Publications

Highlighted publications

Falkingham PL, Horner AM. 2016. Trackways produced by lungfish during terrestrial locomotion Scientific Reports, 6 >DOI

Bates KT, Mannion PD, Falkingham PL, Brusatte SL, Hutchinson JR, Otero A, Sellers WI, Sullivan C, Stevens KA, Allen V. 2016. Temporal and phylogenetic evolution of the sauropod dinosaur body plan Royal Society Open Science, 3 >DOI

Basu C, Falkingham PL, Hutchinson JR. 2016. The extinct, giant giraffid Sivatherium giganteum: Skeletal reconstruction and body mass estimation Biology Letters, 12 >DOI

Rahman IA, Zamora S, Falkingham PL, Phillips JC. 2015. Cambrian cinctan echinoderms shed light on feeding in the ancestral deuterostome Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282 >DOI

Falkingham PL. 2014. Interpreting ecology and behaviour from the vertebrate fossil track record Journal of Zoology, 292 :222-228 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Farlow JO. 2014. Historical photogrammetry: Bird's Paluxy River dinosaur chase sequence digitally reconstructed as it was prior to excavation 70 years ago PLoS ONE, 9 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Gatesy SM. 2014. The birth of a dinosaur footprint: Subsurface 3D motion reconstruction and discrete element simulation reveal track ontogeny Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 :18279-18284 >DOI

Chapters

Milàn J, Falkingham PL. 2016. Experimental and comparative ichnology Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps :15-27 9780253021144

Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. 2016. Introduction :3-11 9780253021144

Falkingham PL. 2016. Applying objective methods to subjective track outlines Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps :73-80 9780253021144

Marty D, Falkingham PL, Richter A. 2016. Dinosaur track terminology: A glossary of terms Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps :399-402 9780253021144

Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. 2016. Introduction Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. Dinosaur Tracks The Next Steps :2-11 Indiana University Press 9780253021021

Milan J, Falkingham PL. 2016. Experimental and Comparative ichnology Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps :14-27 Indiana University Press 978-0-253-02102-1

Falkingham PL. 2016. Applying objective methods to subjective track outlines. Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps :72-80 Indiana University Press 978-0-253-02102-1

Manning PL, Falkingham PL. 2011. Science Communication with Dinosaurs Leng J, Sharrock W. Handbook of Research on Computational Science and Engineering: Theory and Practice :587-611 9781613501160 >DOI

Journal Articles

Xing L, Lockley MG, Klein H, Falkingham PL, Kim JY, McCrea RT, Zhang J, Persons WS, Wang T, Wang Z. 2016. First early jurassic small ornithischian tracks from Yunnan Province, southwestern China Palaios, 31 :516-524 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Horner AM. 2016. Trackways produced by lungfish during terrestrial locomotion Scientific Reports, 6 >DOI

Klein H, Wizevich MC, Thüring B, Marty D, Thüring S, Falkingham P, Meyer CA. 2016. Triassic chirotheriid footprints from the Swiss Alps: ichnotaxonomy and depositional environment (Cantons Wallis & Glarus) Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 135 :295-314 >DOI

Bates KT, Mannion PD, Falkingham PL, Brusatte SL, Hutchinson JR, Otero A, Sellers WI, Sullivan C, Stevens KA, Allen V. 2016. Temporal and phylogenetic evolution of the sauropod dinosaur body plan Royal Society Open Science, 3 >DOI

Xing L, Li D, Falkingham PL, Lockley MG, Benton MJ, Klein H, Zhang J, Ran H, Persons WS, Dai H. 2016. Digit-only sauropod pes trackways from China-evidence of swimming or a preservational phenomenon? Scientific Reports, 6 >DOI

Basu C, Falkingham PL, Hutchinson JR. 2016. The extinct, giant giraffid Sivatherium giganteum: Skeletal reconstruction and body mass estimation Biology Letters, 12 >DOI

Rahman IA, Zamora S, Falkingham PL, Phillips JC. 2015. Cambrian cinctan echinoderms shed light on feeding in the ancestral deuterostome Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282 >DOI

Bates KT, Falkingham PL, Macaulay S, Brassey C, Maidment SCR. 2015. Downsizing a giant: Re-evaluating Dreadnoughtus body mass Biology Letters, 11 >DOI

Bennett MR, Morse SA, Falkingham PL. 2014. Tracks made by swimming Hippopotami: An example from Koobi Fora (Turkana Basin, Kenya) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 409 :9-23 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Hage J, Bäker M. 2014. Mitigating the Goldilocks effect: The effects of different substrate models on track formation potential Royal Society Open Science, 1 >DOI

Falkingham PL. 2014. Interpreting ecology and behaviour from the vertebrate fossil track record Journal of Zoology, 292 :222-228 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Farlow JO. 2014. Historical photogrammetry: Bird's Paluxy River dinosaur chase sequence digitally reconstructed as it was prior to excavation 70 years ago PLoS ONE, 9 >DOI

Razzolini NL, Vila B, Castanera D, Falkingham PL, Barco JL, Canudo JI, Manning PL, Galobart A. 2014. Intra-trackway morphological variations due to substrate consistency: The el frontal dinosaur tracksite (Lower Cretaceous, Spain) PLoS ONE, 9 >DOI

Maidment SCR, Bates KT, Falkingham PL, VanBuren C, Arbour V, Barrett PM. 2014. Locomotion in ornithischian dinosaurs: An assessment using three-dimensional computational modelling Biological Reviews, 89 :588-617 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Gatesy SM. 2014. The birth of a dinosaur footprint: Subsurface 3D motion reconstruction and discrete element simulation reveal track ontogeny Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 :18279-18284 >DOI

Bennett MR, Falkingham P, Morse SA, Bates K, Crompton RH. 2013. Preserving the Impossible: Conservation of Soft-Sediment Hominin Footprint Sites and Strategies for Three-Dimensional Digital Data Capture PLoS ONE, 8 >DOI

Falkingham PL. 2013. Low cost 3D scanning using off-the-shelf video gaming peripherals Journal of Paleontological Techniques, 11 :1-9

Castanera D, Vila B, Razzolini NL, Falkingham PL, Canudo JI, Manning PL, Galobart A. 2013. Manus Track Preservation Bias as a Key Factor for Assessing Trackmaker Identity and Quadrupedalism in Basal Ornithopods PLoS ONE, 8 >DOI

Bates KT, Savage R, Pataky TC, Morse SA, Webster E, Falkingham PL, Ren L, Qian Z, Collins D, Bennett MR, McClymont J, Crompton RH. 2013. Does footprint depth correlate with foot motion and pressure? JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 10 >DOI >Link

White MA, Falkingham PL, Cook AG, Hocknull SA, Elliott DA. 2013. Morphological comparisons of metacarpal I for Australovenator wintonensis and Rapator ornitholestoides: implications for their taxonomic relationships Alcheringa, 37 :435-441 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Mannion PD. 2012. Temporal and palaeoenvironmental distribution of manus- and pes-dominated sauropod trackways Journal of the Geological Society, 169 :365-370 >DOI

Falkingham PL. 2012. Acquisition of high resolution three-dimensional models using free, open-source, photogrammetric software Palaeontologia Electronica, 15

Bates KT, Benson RBJ, Falkingham PL. 2012. A computational analysis of locomotor anatomy and body mass evolution in Allosauroidea (Dinosauria: Theropoda) Paleobiology, 38 :486-507 >DOI

Bates KT, Falkingham PL. 2012. Estimating maximum bite performance in Tyrannosaurus rex using multi-body dynamics Biology Letters, 8 :660-664 >DOI

Sellers WI, Hepworth-Bell J, Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Brassey CA, Egerton VM, Manning PL. 2012. Minimum convex hull mass estimations of complete mounted skeletons Biology Letters, 8 :842-845 >DOI

Farlow JO, O'Brien M, Kuban GJ, Datillo BF, Bates KT, Falkingham PL, Pinuela L, Rose A, Freels A, Kumagai C, Libben C, Smith J, Whitcraft J. 2011. Dinosaur tracksites of the Paluxy River Valley (Glen Rose Formation, Lower Cretaceous), Dinosaur Valley State Park, Sommervell County, Texas Proceedings of the V International Symposium about Dinosaur Palaeontology and their Environmen, :41-69

Manning PL, Falkingham PL. 2011. Science communication with dinosaurs :587-610 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Margetts L, Manning PL. 2011. Simulating sauropod manus-only trackway formation using finite-element analysis Biology Letters, 7 :142-145 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Bates KT, Margetts L, Manning PL. 2011. The 'Goldilocks' effect: Preservation bias in vertebrate track assemblages Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 8 :1142-1154 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Milán J, Manning PL. 2010. A crocodylian trace from the Lance Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Wyoming New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin, 51 :171-174

Falkingham PL, Agenbroad LD, Thompson K, Manning PL. 2010. Bird tracks at the hot springs mammoth site, south Dakota, USA Ichnos:an International Journal of Plant and Animal, 17 :34-39 >DOI

Bates KT, Falkingham PL, Rarity F, Hodgetts D, Purslow A, Manning PL. 2010. Application of high-resolution laser scanning and photogrammetric techniques to data acquisition, analysis and interpretation in palaeontology International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives, 38 :68-73

Falkingham PL, Margetts L, Manning PL. 2010. Fossil vertebrate tracks as paleopenetrometers: Confounding effects of foot morphology Palaios, 25 :356-360 >DOI

Bates KT, Falkingham PL, Hodgetts D, Farlow JO, Breithaupt BH, O'Brien M, Matthews N, Sellers WI, Manning PL. 2009. Digital imaging and public engagement in palaeontology Geology Today, 25 :134-139 >DOI

Falkingham PL, Margetts L, Smith IM, Manning PL. 2009. Reinterpretation of palmate and semi-palmate (webbed) fossil tracks; insights from finite element modelling Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 271 :69-76 >DOI

Falkingham PL. 2009. Walking with dinosaurs Planet Earth, :12-13

Manning PL, Margetts L, Johnson MR, Withers PJ, Sellers WI, Falkingham PL, Mummery PM, Barrett PM, Raymont DR. 2009. Biomechanics of dromaeosaurid dinosaur claws: Application of X-ray microtomography, nanoindentation, and finite element analysis Anatomical Record, 292 :1397-1405 >DOI

Bates KT, Falkingham PL, Breithaupt BH, Hodgetts D, Sellers WI, Manning PL. 2009. How big was 'Big Al'? Quantifying the effect of soft tissue and osteological unknowns on mass predictions for allosaurus (Dinosauria:Theropoda) Palaeontologia Electronica, 12

Bates KT, Breithaupt BH, Falkingham PL, Matthews NA, Hodgetts D, Manning PL. 2008. Integrated LiDAR & photogrammetric documentation of the Red Gulch dinosaur tracksite (Wyoming , USA) Proceedings of teh 8th Conference on Fossil Resources, :101-103

Manning PL, Ott C, Falkingham PL. 2008. A probable tyrannosaurid track from the Hell Creek Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Montana, United States Palaios, 23 :645-647 >DOI

Software / Code

Budka M, Bakirov R, Deng S, Falkingham PL, Reynolds S, Bennett M. 2016. DigTrace Pro

Budka M, Bakirov R, Deng S, Falkingham PL, Reynolds SC, Bennett MR. 2016. DigTrace Academic

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Farlow JO, Robinson NJ, Paladino FV, Falkingham PL, Martin AJ. 2016. Trackways of the American crocodile, northwestern Costa Rica: implications for crocodylian ichnology. 131st Annual Meeting, Indiana Academy of Science, Abstracts, 131st Annual Meeting, Indiana Academy of Science :57-57

Farlow JO, Bates KT, Bonem RM, Dattilo BF, Falkingham PL, Gildner R, Jacene J, Kuban GJ, Martin AJ, O'Brien M, Whitcraft J. 2015. DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS FROM THE GLEN ROSE FORMATION (PALUXY RIVER, DINOSAUR VALLEY STATE PARK, SOMERVELL COUNTY, TEXAS) Noto C. Society of Vertebrate Palaeontology

Farlow JO, Richards RL, Johnson BD, Falkingham PL. New fossil vertebrate specimens from the Pipe Creek Sinkhole (Grant County, Indiana) 130th Annual Meeting, Indiana Academy of Science, Program, 130th Annual Meeting, Indiana Academy of Science :38-38

Books

Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. 2016. Dinosaur Tracks The Next Steps Falkingham PL, Marty D, Richter A. 9780253021021

Theses / Dissertations

Falkingham PL. 2010. Commputer simulation of dinosaur tracks Manning P, Margetts L.

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: General Biomechanics session Talk Prize, Awarding body: Society for Experimental Biology

Conference organisation:

Conference name: Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy, Position: Host/Organiser

Conference name: Symposium of Palaeontological Preparation and Conservation, Position: Organiser/Host, URL: http://svpca.org/

Conference name: Progressive Palaeontology, URL: http://www.palass.org/modules.php?name=propal&page=46

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: Footprints are neither bones nor feet: Problems with track "preservation" and the mold-based paradigm, Conference title: Symposium of Vertebrate Paleontology, Place/location of conference: Salt Lake City, UT, USA, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Foot Morphology or exit feature: A CT perspective on Hitchcock's Dinosaur Tracks, Conference title: Symposium of Vertebrate Paleontology, Place/location of conference: Salt Lake City, UT, USA, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Trackways of the American Crocodile (Crocodylus Acutus), northwest Costa Rica: Implications for archosaurian ichnology, Conference title: Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting, Place/location of conference: Salt Lake City, UT, USA, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: The morphology of motion in sub-surface foot trajectories and fossil dinosaur tracks, Conference title: Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting, Place/location of conference: Salt Lake City, UT, USA, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Mobility and hydrodynamic implications for the long neck in plesiosaurs, Conference title: Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy, Place/location of conference: Liverpool, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Making footprints without feet: Modern terrestrial lungfish locomotion creates traces similar to those of early tetrapods., Conference title: Society of Experimental Biology (SEB), Place/location of conference: Brighton, UK, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: The morphology of Motion: Sub-surface foot trajectories and fossil tracks, Conference title: International Congress on Vertebrate Morphology (ICVM), Place/location of conference: Washington DC, USA, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: One Foot, Many Footprints: the Origin of Track Morphological Diversity, Conference title: International Conference on Vertebrate Morphology (ICVM), Place/location of conference: Washington DC, USA, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Using extant taxa to inform studies of fossil footprints, Conference title: European Geosciences Union, Place/location of conference: Vienna, Austria, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Difficulties in estimating mass from fossil footprints, Conference title: SVPCA, Place/location of conference: Southampton, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Estimating body mass of the extinct giraffid Sivatherium giganteum, using a skeletal reconstruction and the minimum convex hull method, Conference title: SVPCA, Place/location of conference: Southampton, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Using LIGGGHTS to investigate dinosaur footprint formation, Conference title: 1st CF-DEM User Meeting, Place/location of conference: Linz, Austria, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Editorial boards:

Publication: Palaeontology[Online], Position: Commissioning Editor, URL: http://www.palaeontologyonline.com/

Publication: Journal of Paleontological Techniques, Position: Scientific Editor, URL: http://jpaleontologicaltechniques.org/

External collaboration:

Institution: Liverpool University, Collaborator: Karl Bates

Institution: Royal Veterinary College, Collaborator: John Hutchinson

Institution: Brown University, Collaborator: Stephen Gatesy

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship, Organisation: Royal Veterinary College, London

Media Coverage:

Links #1: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3808410/Do-fish-leave-FOOTPRINTS-Tracks-left-air-breathing-lungfish-help-unravel-animals-moved-land-360-million-years-ago.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490, Media coverage: Daily Mail article on Lungfish traces

Links #2: http://www.engadget.com/video-series/icymi/, Links #1: http://phys.org/news/2016-03-scientists-evolution-largest-dinosaurs.html, Links #3: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160330085622.htm, Media coverage: Media coverage for Bates et al 2016

Links #2: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2016/february/sauropod-swimmers-or-walkers.html, Links #1: http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2016/0219/Dinosaur-tracks-Why-would-a-four-footed-dino-leave-two-footed-prints, Links #3: http://www.asianscientist.com/2016/02/in-the-lab/case-mysterious-missing-dinosaur-footprints/, Media coverage: Media coverage of Digit-only sauropod tracks from China

Links #2: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3395956/Bizarre-prehistoric-beast-cross-moose-giraffe-ELEPHANT-digitally-brought-life-using-3D-scans-fossilised-remains.html, Links #1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-35292660, Links #3: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v529/n7586/full/529259c.html, Media coverage: Media Coverage for Sivatherium reconstruction

Links #2: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3119221/Researchers-downgrade-biggest-dinosaur-Earth-say-dreadnoughtus-weighed-40-tons-26-metres-long.html, Links #1: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2015/06/09/new-paper-contests-the-hulking-bulk-of-dreadnaughtus-thought-the-worlds-heaviest-dinosaur/, Links #3: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/06/150609-dreadnoughtus-dinosaur-weight-downgraded-science, Media coverage: Media coverage for paper 'Downsizing a Giant'

Links #2: http://www.forensicmag.com/news/2015/04/ancient-footprints-can-help-understand-modern-day-crime-scenes, Links #1: https://www1.bournemouth.ac.uk/news/2015-04-21/how-ancient-footprints-can-help-us-understand-modern-day-crime-scenes, Media coverage: Coverage of the announcement that the NERC grant (PI Bennett, Bournemouth University) has been awarded funding.

Links #1: http://planetearth.nerc.ac.uk/news/story.aspx?id=1693, Media coverage: Media coverage associated with the Swimming Hippo Footprints paper published in Palaeo3 (Lead author: Bennett)

Links #2: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2014/04/08/old-photos-piece-together-dinosaur-chase/, Links #1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26851336, Links #3: http://www.voanews.com/content/famous-dinosaur-chase-reconstructed-in-3-d-/1884888.html, Media coverage: Media coverage associate with the paper 'Historical Photogrammtery' publishing in PLOS ONE.

Links #2: https://sciencenode.org/feature/from-the-ground-up-resurrecting-dinosaurs-from-their-footprints.php, Links #1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-23220073, Links #3: http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/12/08/secrets-dinosaur-footprints-revealed-in-bird-x-rays/, Media coverage: Media coverage on the 2014 paper "The Birth of a Dinosaur Track" published in PNAS

Links #1: http://www.theguardian.com/science/lost-worlds/2012/sep/11/academics-online, Media coverage: Blog post for the Gaurdian newspaper about the outreach site Palaeontology[Online]

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, European Geosciences Union

Member, Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology

Member, Society of Experimental Biology

Member, Ichnological Association

Member, Palaeontological Association

Member, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Other invited event:

Title of event: European Geosciences Union Annual Meeting, Location: Vienna, Austria, Description: Invited speaker

Public engagement:

Venue/location: Online, Title of the activity: Palaeocast interview, Type of activity: Podcast, Audience type: general public, Audience numbers: >5000, Your role in the activity (e.g. organiser, invited speaker, participant etc.): Interviewee, If the event/activity is part of a series, please add details: Palaeocast is a monthly podcast series, Link URL: http://www.palaeocast.com/episode-44-trackway-modelling/

Venue/location: Online, Title of the activity: Palaeontology[Online], Type of activity: Online learning resource, Audience type: General Public, Audience numbers: > 4000 unique visitors per month, Your role in the activity (e.g. organiser, invited speaker, participant etc.): Editor/Contributor, Link URL: http://www.palaeontologyonline.com/

Venue/location: Online, Title of the activity: AskABiologist Specialist, Type of activity: Online public outreach forum, Audience type: general public/you, Audience numbers: >10,000, Your role in the activity (e.g. organiser, invited speaker, participant etc.): Specialist, Link URL: http://www.askabiologist.org.uk/

Research Grants Awarded:

EPSRC/NERC, Extrapolating ground reaction force from fossil dinosaur footprints, Grant value (£): 63,334.90, Duration of research project: 24 months

Company of Biologists, Digitizing archosaur tracks and traces, Grant value (£): 500

XSEDE, USING COMPUTER SIMULATION TO STUDY DINOSAUR BIOMECHANICS FROM FOSSIL FOOTPRINTS (TG-EAR140012), S.M. Gatesy, Grant value (£): 365768 SUs, Duration of research project: 18 Months

NSF, Birth of a dinosaur track: Formation dynamics and the origin of footprint diversity., Gatesy, S.M. (PI), Grant value (£): $315,698, Duration of research project: 3 years

NERC, Integrated software solution for the 3-dimensional capture and analysis of footwear evidence, Bennett; Budka; Gabrys; Osselton, Grant value (£): 100k, Duration of research project: 12 months

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy