I am a lecturer in Digital Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies at UCL, and was previously a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Geography, University of Leeds.
My research interests include web-based access to geographic data (including presentation of spatial data, and dissemination of demographic data); disclosure control issues, especially those associated with migration and commuting data, and the past, present and future of census taking and other demographic information capture in the UK. I am interested in human populations as part of the environment and flows of people as agents of change, including how migrants change the socio-demographic balance of locations.
- The ESRC CeLSIUS project, which provides access to and expert support for the ONS Longitudinal Study (LS). The LS is a linked sample of about 1% of the population of England and Wales, containing census records from the censuses of 1971, 1981, 1991, 2001 and (soon to be added) 2011 (as many of these for which sample members were present), plus vital events records and other data.
- The ESRC Census Support Service. Census Support is a Value Added Service of the UK Data Service, and provides access to and support for various outputs from UK Censuses, including area statistics, microdata samples and digital boundary data. My particular interest is in interaction data - flows of people between places through internal migration and commuting. Access to the flow data is via the CIDER website.
UCL extension: 37205
Direct line: 020 7679 7205 (non-UK: +44 20 7679 7205)
Office: Room G43, Foster Court
Dr Oliver Duke-Williams
Department of Information Studies
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
I am able to see students without appointment at the following times:
- Terms 1 & 2: Fridays 1pm-2pm
- Term 3: TBC
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