Digital Institute

Data NUCoRE Events

Data NUCoRE Events

Data NUCoRE aspires to transform research across the University. Driving forward the development and application of new methods for extracting value from data.

We aim to build a culture of collaboration within which vibrant multidisciplinary communities actively seek out opportunities. Developing new ways of harnessing data to advance knowledge and address complex challenges.

We aspire to facilitate the growth of excellent research across the University, and help to extend the global reach and impact of our research.

Current events

Our current events are being held remotely. We're also planning a number of events not listed here, but which we will publicise shortly. We will review each event on a case-by-case basis, and publish updates on this page and via our mailing list.

Spatial Analytics + Data Seminar Series 2020-2021

An international showcase to the best scholarship involving geography and data co-sponsored by Newcastle University, University of Bristol & the Alan Turing Institute.

From segregation and social networks to machine learning and movement, the Spatial Analytics + Data seminar series is a place for dialogue among scholars united by interest in geographic data & spatial analysis, as well as a platform for cutting-edge methods and thinking in spatial social science.

The seminars feature speakers from a wide variety of academic backgrounds & career stages, and are held nearly every week on Tuesday, 1600 GMT throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. 

If you have any questions about upcoming events please contact us.

  • SAD 2021 | Big Code

    Professor & Founding Director of the Centre for Geospatial Sciences at the University of California, Riverside, Sergio Rey joins the SAD series to discuss big code.

    Date/Time: Tuesday 20 April 2021 1500-1600 UTC / 1600-1700 BST

    Venue: Zoom online

  • DGS 2021 | Data Protection in Public Law: Tool or Blunt Instrument?

    Date/Time: Wednesday 5 May 2021 1500-1600 UTC, 1600-1700 BST

    Venue: Zoom online

  • Quantifying Spatial Uncertainty of reported COVID cases using the Restricted and Controlled Monte Carlo (RCMC) Process | SAD2021

    Brown University's Kevin Mwenda joins the SAD 2021 seminar series to discuss quantifying spatial uncertainty of reported COVID cases.

    Date/Time: Tuesday 11 May 2021 1500 -1600 UTC / 1600-1700 BST

    Venue: Zoom online

  • Adventures in Spatial Analysis and Mapping: communicating maps and stats from 2006 to 2020.

    Alasdair Rae looks back at the spatial analytics and mapping projects he has been involved in over the last fifteen years and shares what he has learned when it comes to communicating the results of geospatial analyses for different audiences.

    Date/Time: Tuesday 18 May 2021 1500 -1600 UTC / 1600-1700 BST

    Venue: Zoom online

  • SAD2021 | The Hidden Geographies of Platform Work

    While globalization-induced changes together with technological development are reshaping the fabric of economic activity around the world, the emergence of digital platforms facilitating work online is a novel phenomenon with potentially significant impacts on global labour markets.

    Date/Time: Tuesday 1 June 2021 1500 UTC / 1600 BST

  • ATNU/IES 2021 | Using digital resources in the Shakespeare Classroom

    Date/Time: Thursday 25 March 2021 1300-1400 UTC/GMT

    Venue: Zoom online