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Data Science Perspectives – Multidisciplinary PhD Conference at Newcastle University

Newcastle University is hosting the 2022 Data Science Perspectives—Multidisciplinary PhD Conference on Monday 19th & Tuesday 20th September 2022

The conference is aimed at PhD students from across the entire Turing Institute network and aims to facilitate network and community building among early-career researchers in data science and AI research areas, whilst also providing an opportunity to share research, build future collaborations and benefit from professional development activities.

Data Science Perspectives – Multidisciplinary PhD Conference at Newcastle University

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The Keynote Speaker is Alison Heppenstall, Professor of Geo-computation, Glasgow University

Prior to joining Glasgow, Alison was a Professor of Geo-computation in the School of Geography at University of Leeds and an associate of Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA). She is an expert in the development of spatial agent-based models (ABMs) with a focus on understanding and simulating behaviour. Her current interests are concerned with linking ABMs to artificial intelligence and machine learning methodologies, the role of Big Data in creating more robust ABMs, and the application of ABMs to understanding the impact of sustainability policies on health inequalities. provides information about postgraduate courses and study in the UK. We list thousands of postgraduate courses from universities and colleges in the UK so you can search for the course of your choice.

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