Current research

Decisions is a large five year research programme funded by the European Research Council which involves only members of CMC. The project looks at modelling long and short term decisions in a changing world. It aims to develop a new framework which realigns modelled behaviour with real world behaviour, jointly representing the choice of multiple options…
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NG-DBM (Next Generation Driving Behaviour Models) is a four year research project funded by the European Union involving only members of CMC. The goal of this project is to develop dynamic driving behaviour models that explicitly account for the effects of driver characteristics in his/her decisions alongside the effects of path-plan, network topography and traffic conditions….
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IMPACCT – Improving the Management of Pain from Advanced Cancer in the CommuniTy. For community based cancer patients, research shows that pain remains common, severe and under-treated. Barriers to good pain control include inadequate support and patient education, poor assessment and communication, and lack of access to an adequate prescription and timely analgesia. IMPACCT will…
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CRIMSON: Considering Risk and Benefits in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Selection. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an incurable disease, but there are a range of disease modifying treatments (DMTs) which can reduce the number and severity of relapses, accumulation of brain lesions and may slow disability progression. However the DMTs have side effects ranging from minor (e.g….
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I-ASC – Identifying appropriate symbol communication aids for children who are non-speaking: enhancing clinical decision making Some children with conditions such as cerebral palsy, dyspraxia or severe autism, struggle to develop intelligible speech. High-tech augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) can enable such children to supplement their communication by accessing pictures, symbols and/or text, often accompanied…
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