Update: Additional coverage of this work at WIRED UK (and podcast episode), Independent, Phys.org, Cambridge.ac.uk, ScienceDaily, Business Insider, Tech.Mic, Pacific Standard, Inverse.com, EurekaAlert, Telegraph, Daily Mail, and Gizmodo UK. See also Desi's excellent write-up at The Conversation.
From June 2015 I will be a visiting researcher at UCL's Department of Geography.
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 on March 10, 2015 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.