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 […]

Paper Presentation at SIGKDD Time Series Workshop

Duncan Barrack has just presented our paper in Sydney, Australia: AMP: a new time-frequency feature extraction method for intermittent time-series data. In: SIGKDD Workshop on Mining and Learning from Time Series.  This was mining and […]

Collaboration with Dunnhumby

The Neodem team is very pleased to now be collaborating on research with Dunnhumby, a company who forged the way in analysing consumer behaviour from mass transactional datasets in the UK. We look forward to […]

Workshop: Data Science in the NHS

The Neodem teamy delivered the first part of a two part Data Science training workshop at NHS England in Leeds. The workshop aimed to up-skill analysts across the NHS, providing a two day, intensive introduction […]

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 […]

Presentation, VOLCROWE (NEMinDE Workshop, Oxford)

Prof. Andrew Smith and Dr James Goulding today presented the project’s ongoing work at the VOLCROWE workshop/ in Oxford, part of the NEMODE network. The workshop focus was on Volunteering and Altruism in the Digital […]

Policy Workshop: Commission of Science and Technology, Tanzania

Neodem Geospatial Fellow, Mark Iliffe, helped organize a geospatial policy workshop at the Tanzanian Commission of Science and Technology. At this workshop, the Ramani Huria Community Mapping project was launched. Through supporting the broader launch of Ramani […]

Industrial Presentation: Boots Lunch & Learn

Today, the EPSRC Neodemographics project was pleased to present the progress of its human behavioural research to over 150 employees at Boots PLC. James Goulding led a session as part of the Lunch & Learn […]

Projected Augmented Reality Models

The Projection Augmented Reality Model (PARM) system is an award winning new display system, being developed on the EPSRC Neodemographics Project as a collaboration between Horizon Digital Economy Research and Gary Priestnall at the University […]