David Michael Drinkwater
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS
Contributions to recent papers and presentations include:-
'Exploring cultural heritage sites through space and time'
, R. Laycock, D. Drinkwater and A. Day, ACM Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage 1 (2) (2008), pp. 1-15
"Real-time visualisation of multiple time dependent reconstruction hypotheses for a cultural heritage site"
; Laycock, S.D., Laycock, R.G., Drinkwater D.M. and Day A.M., , VAST: International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Intelligent Cultural Heritage, Braga, Portugal, December, pp 93-100, 2008.
'Making a Virtual City - The Process and the Problems'
: David Drinkwater ; in "Street-level desires, Pedestrian mobility and the regeneration of the European city centre". Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Faculty of Architecture (BK), ISBN: 9090231676
'Visions of the role of walking and cycling in 2030'
; Tight, M., Banister, D., Drinkwater.D., Day, A., et al. (2009a). Visions of the role of walking and cycling in 2030. Paper presented to: Walk21 Conference, New York University, New York, NY, USA, October 2009.
'iConnect' an integrated approach to measuring & evaluating the physical activity, travel and carbon impacts of interventions to improve the connectivity of infrastructure for walking and cycling in the UK'
(Sustrans' Connect2), ANNUAL CONFERENCE & MEETING OF HEPA EUROPE, GLASGOW, 8-10 SEPTEMBER 2008.
'Visions of walking and cycling in 2030'
; Tight, M., Banister, D., Drinkwater.D., Day, A., et al. (2009b).. Paper presented to: RGS-IBG Conference, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, August 2009.
'IConnect - an integrated approach to measuring and evaluating the physical activity, travel and carbon impacts of interventions to improve the connectivity of infrastructure for walking and cycling in the UK'
, poster by presented by Christian Brand (Oxford), Fiona Bull (Loughborough), Ashley Cooper (Bristol), Andy Day, David Drinkwater (UEA), Nanette Mutrie (Strathclyde), David Ogilvie (Cambridge), Jane Powell (UWE), John Preston (Southampton) and Harry Rutter (Oxford ) the United Kingdom Public Health Association Annual Conference, Brighton, 25th March 2009
'Visions for a walking and cycling focussed urban transport system'
: Journal of Transport Geography : Dr. Miles Tight, Paul Timms, David Banister, Jemma Bowmaker, David Drinkwater, et al ; Journal of Transport Geography 19 (2011), pp. 1580-1589
'Are 3D intervention materials useful to promote increased levels of active travel/physical activity in Glasgow workplaces?'
Emma Bill (1), Dr Graham Baker (2), Professor Nanette Mutrie (2), Dr Neil Ferguson (1) Mr David Drinkwater (3) - University of Strathclyde (2) University of Edinburgh (3) University of East Anglia, Cycling & Society - symposium hosted by the UEL (Stratford), 3rd September- 2012
'Representing active travel: A formative evaluation of a computer visualisation
tool demonstrating a new walking and cycling route'
Emma Bill, Dr Graham Baker,
Professor Nanette Mutrie, Mr David Drinkwater - : Environment and Planning B:
Planning and Design [Jan 2015]