From June 2015 I will be a visiting researcher at UCL's Department of Geography.
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I will be attending and presenting at NetSci 2015 in Zaragoza, Spain, June 1-5 2015.
I will be presenting at the one-day Data Natives event being held at City University London on Fri 15th May 2015. I'll be talking about my current research on the analysis of robustness in real-world spatio-temporal networks.
I will be giving a talk at the Tackling Epidemics Face On evening that's part of the Birmingham Pint of Science Festival. The talk will be on Tuesday 19th May at the Jekyll & Hyde. Find out more via this post on the University of Birmingham blog, which I've co-written with the evening's co-presenters.
Update: The epidemics evening is now sold out! Please keep an eye out for next year's festival.
ICWSM 2015 paper accepted – Privacy and the city: User identification and location semantics in location-based social networksPosted by in news - (Comments Off on ICWSM 2015 paper accepted – Privacy and the city: User identification and location semantics in location-based social networks)
This weekend I'm building a health data visualisation webapp at the Cardiff NHS hackathon! It was put together with Will Webberley, Martin Chorley, Glyn Mottershead, and a bunch of talented Cardiff Computational Journalism students! The students have also been live blogging throughout the weekend.
Presentation of a webapp (the LMTF) I developed with LASAGNE research project partners. The LMTF allows translation of popular multilayer network datasets into the LASAGNE data format.