A series of new posters by CREST-funded doctoral students and early-career researchers is now available to download.
Poster presentations are a common way for researchers to showcase their projects and share their findings. The combination of text and graphics allow researchers to communicate their work in a way that is visually interesting and accessible. Simplified overviews and concise explanations on why their research is important makes for interesting reading and easy digesting, in comparison to lengthy essays or books.
That’s why, as part of CREST’s mission in sharing research as widely as possible, we have made our researcher’s posters on security threats available as another free public resource.
Learn about the projects being undertaken by our up-coming, promising researchers on security threats by checking out their latest posters:
- Teams in Extreme Environments by Olivia Brown.
- Mothers, Recruiters, and…? by Rosie Mutton.
- Informal Counter Messaging by Dr Benjamin Lee.
- Unexpected Interview Methods in Cross Cultural Deception Detection by Irina Tache.
- Developing An Evidence-Based Approach To HUMINT Interactions by Jordan Nunan.
- Computer-Assisted Analysis of Extremist Online Content by Stephane Baele, Dr Katharine Boyd, Dr Travis Coan.
- Eliciting Information: A Multi-Modal Format for use with Cooperative Sources by Feni Kontogianni.
- The Role of Rapport in the Investigative Interview by Lynn Weiher.
- Shape Shifting Across Social Media by Brittany Davidson.
- An Investigation into Individuals Movements and Future Behaviour by Kris Geyer.
- Examining Contextual Influences on Self-disclosure in a Security Vetting Scenario by Christina Winters.
- Kin and Peer Contexts, Ideological Transmission and Extremist Involvement by Simon Copeland.
- How can Data Predict our Behaviour? by Dr Joanne Hinds and Professor Adam Joinson.
Prefer a printed copy? These posters can be printed up to A0, but are still readable as A4 print outs.
These posters are produced under a Creative Commons 4.0 BY-NC-SA licence. This means you are allowed to use any of our posters, with attribution, but please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to say where you’re using it.
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