NetMob 2017

N/LAB PhD student Gregor Engelmann recently presented at NetMob 2017. The work, titled Social Good: Estimating population behaviour to describe activity-based land-use in emerging economies using mobile phone event series, is joint work with N/LAB researchers Dr. James Goulding and Dr. Gavin Smith in collaboration with Dr. David Golightly from the University of Nottingham’s Human Factors Research Group.

The paper can be found in the Proceedings of the NetMob 2017 Conference.

The full citation is:
Engelmann, G. Goulding, J., Smith, G., Golightly D. (2017). Social Good: Estimating population behaviour to describe activity-based land-use in emerging economies using mobile phone event series.  In proceedings of the NetMob 2017 Conference

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