GCRF Hub Development Fund – Tanzania Trip

Thanks to support from the RCUK’s GCRF Development Fund, N/LAB and the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab, visited Tanzania at the end of march to meet with partners for the newly established network of stakeholders […]

Poisson Process Paper Posted

Associate Dr. Duncan Barrack, in conjunction with N/LAB’s Dr. James Goulding and N/LAB associate Dr. Simon Preston have released their working paper: Classification and clustering for samples of event time data using non-homogeneous Poisson process […]

GIScience UK 2017

Today N/LAB attended the 25th GIScience Research UK Conference, presenting three papers. The first was by student Gregor Engelmann titled: Estimating activity-based land-use through unsupervised learning from mobile phone event series in emerging economies. The […]

Newton Fund Project in the UK popular press

The lab’s Newton Grant examining how big data analytics can contribute to understanding and prediction of Dengue Fever in Malaysia has gotten a mention in the UK popular press. The article is part of a […]

New team member for Dengue Fever research

We are pleased to welcome the latest addition to the research team in the form of Abdullahi Shuaibu Adamu. Abdullahi is specializing in connectionist learning algorithms will be working on how both public and private […]

Presentation to the Red Cross, Washington USA

Today we visited the Red Cross, Washington, to discuss the huge potential for early warning systems of Disaster Management, based not on post-event reporting, but on identifying behavioural pattern changes before the event occurs? An […]

Neodem “Data Science” Workshop – Academia meets Industry

Today, we welcomed Neodemographics’ industrial partners for a one day Data Science workshop. The day brought together researchers from diverse academic domains, such as statistics, psychology and computer science with business analysts for a range […]

Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Challenge Win for Duncan

Today Dr Duncan Barrack gave his winning talk at the IEEE Neural Engineering Conference (NER2015) in Montpelier, France, after taking the first prize for the Kaggle competitition: “Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Challenge”. The challenge used EEG […]