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WISC student Konstantin organised a conference track on “AI & Cities” for the Applied Machine Learning Days, which took place at EPFL Lausanne at the end of January.  The track kicked off with a panel discussion on sustainable AI implementations in the urban space, featuring Alex “Sandy” Pentland (MIT Media Lab), Stephen Goldsmith (Harvard Kennedy School) and Valentine Goddard (AI Impact Alliance).  The discussion was followed by a series of spotlight talks from researchers and experts working on urban AI applications.  The highlighted case-studies came a diverse group of organisations, including EPFL Lausanne, ETH Zurich, Google DeepMind and Swisscom.

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In October 2017, second year student Melissa Kenny represented WISC at the Arctic Circle Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland, followed by a short PhD course at the Universit…

In the Autumn term, Third-year Phd Student Vikki Houlden organised a charity event, where students of the CDT in Urban Science and Progress held a bake sale in the Depart…

Three PhD candidates studying as part of WISC's CDT in Urban Science have been invited to go on a fully funded trip to Wuhan, China to present their work at the 1st LIESM…

In November, first year PhD student Konstantin Klemmer represented WISC at the TRL Academy Symposium in London. This year’s theme addressed the connections between transp…

We are pleased to welcome Professor Alex Singleton from the University of Liverpool on Wednesday 15th November for a seminar on Understanding Cities through Urban Analyti…

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