Outstanding Research Impact
The following nominations are shortlisted for this category.
Centre for Software Reliability
School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
Nominated for the far reaching impact of the Centre’s research, that has influenced practice and regulation in safety-critical industries across the UK and internationally. The Centre supplied two of City’s REF impact case studies including: “Design diversity for safety reliability in software based systems”.
Professor Les Mayhew
Professor of Statistics, Cass Business School
Nominated for his research into using administrative sources to estimate local populations that was among Cass research highly rated in REF 2014. The research findings led to the creation of a research consultancy and has been quoted on Council websites, in Parliament and by two Parliamentary Select Committees. It has also influenced the decision to replace the 2021 Census and was far ahead of the curve in terms of originality.
Professor Julienne Meyer
Professor of Nursing Care for Older Adult, School of Health Sciences
Nominated for her ongoing research and development work to promote quality of life in care homes for older people through the My Home Life programme (MHL). The programme has had a significant impact on health and social care policy and practice and led to a collaborative initiative with Age UK. External research on My Home Life has demonstrated positive impact on dementia care, community visiting and commissioning.