Applications are now open for the latest cohort of the Data Science Accelerator programme until 12 February 2021.
We’re hiring a Data Science Lecturer to develop and deliver high quality and research-led teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level equivalencies.
The Campus is partnering with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) to to develop research, build skills and share resources on Machine Learning developments and applications for official statistics across the global statistical community.
We used text data from over 500,000 business websites to inform survey response-chasing efforts and gain insights into the impact of COVID-19.
Using deep learning algorithms with publicly available traffic camera images to help understand changing patterns of mobility and activity levels in towns and cities.
We’ve partnered with the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office to launch a new Hub at their offices in East Kilbride.
This blog outlines some of the work the Campus has been doing, bringing our skills together with new data sources to help inform responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Read more on Understanding mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic
In this blog, we describe how we have assessed the quality of the novel Global Surface Water Explorer (GSWE) dataset to better understand its value and fitness-for-purpose, producing data to report the UK’s position on indicator 6.6.1.Read more on Using satellite imagery to report changes to water bodies for SDG 6.6.1
On World Statistics Day 2020, our ONS FCDO Data Science Hub talk about exploring the use of satellite imagery to conduct a cattle census in South Sudan.Read more on Counting cows in South Sudan