University of York

Reviewers: 179

13th in United Kingdom

Reviews: 1,843

19th in United Kingdom

Merit: 5,526

19th in United Kingdom

Openness: 1.3%

41st in United Kingdom

Journal Editors at University of York

Reviewers from University of York

  • Reviewer

    Atsufumi Hirohata

    Dr Atsufumi Hirohata is a Professor at the Department of Electronics in the University of York. He has over 15 years of experience in spintronics, ranging from magnetic-domain imaging to spin-current interference. Before coming to York, he was a researcher at RIKEN, a Japanese governmental research institute, for over two years, where he designed a spin-current interference device, which can be used as a spin operation in a spintronic three-terminal transistor. He was before working as a postdoctoral researcher at Tohoku University, and successfully fabricated a perfectly ordered epitaxial full-Heusler alloy films, which was the first report to their knowledge and was acknowledged by several awards. He also worked as a postdoctoral associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he demonstrated basic function of a phase-change memory, which has been recently released in a market by Intel. He received his PhD in Physics at the University of Cambridge in 2001 and then served as a research associate at the Cavendish Laboratory in order to complete his study on spin detection of optically pumped spin-polarised electrons in a semiconductor with using a ferromagnetic overlayers, which attracted great interests, resulting a few invited talks and papers. He was originally graduated from Keio University for his BSc and MSc studies in Physics.

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    Aidan J. Horner

    Cognitive neuroscientist and lecturer in psychology at The Department of Psychology, University of York, UK.

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    Simon O'Keefe

    Lecturer, University of York

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    Sofia Vasilopoulou

    Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of York

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    Alison Margaret Booth

    I have a background in radiography, and extensive experience in knowledge translation, systematic review methods, as well as qualitative and quantitative research. While at CRD I lead on the development of PROSPERO, the international prospective register of systematic reviews. I joined the York Trials Unit, University of York, in October 2015 as programme manager for the systematic review and trial elements of the Connect project: the co-production of policing evidence, research and training: focus mental health. I also have experience serving on and chairing national and local research ethics and governance committees.