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CUSP London Data Dive

Posted on April 17, 2019

Last month, students from WISC attended the annual CUSP London Data Dive.  This year's data dive was in partnership with the London Ambulance Service (LAS) and teams were working on discovering information in the LAS's data that would enable them to develop tools to lead to enhanced operations.  The Data Dive had students from four universities: Warwick, King's College London, NYU and Imperial College London.  It was yet another opportunity for WISC to engage and collaborate with academic partners from across the world. At the end of the week, prizes were awarded to the teams that had the best technical solutions and the best recommendations for the LAS.  Amongst the winning teams were five students from WISC: Jonathan Davies and Natalie Rothwell (best technical insight); and Christian Caton, Chris Conlan and Ivana Tosheva (best recommendations). Jonathan Davies (Cohort 5) said of the event: "The CUSP London Data Dive was a fantastic opportunity for us to work with real data from the…

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Creativity Sandpit 2018

Posted on June 4, 2018

Aseel Alturki , Elisabeth Titis , Isabella Slattery attended an industry led creativity sandpit (15-17 May 2018) along with other PhD students from Imperial HiPEDS CDT…

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GISRUK 2018 Winners

Posted on April 25, 2018

A team including WISC PhD researchers Andra Sonea and Konstantin Klemmer and WISC Professor Joao Porto De Albuquerque has won the CDRC Data Challenge, hosted at the GIS…

BBC Feature for WISC's Dr Weisi Guo

Posted on February 23, 2018

Innovative research undertaken at Warwick Institute for Science of Cities has attracted national news coverage, with article published on the BBC last week.  The Institu…

February 11th marks the UN’s International Day for Women and Girls in Science; the University spoke to several of Warwick’s female research scientists, to understand the …

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