CPC project launched

The UCL CPC Launch Workshop took place on Friday 18 May 2012, and we are pleased to report that it was a great success!

Photos of the event are available here.  Presentations from the day can be downloaded by clicking on the relevant entry in the programme below.

Registration and Coffee

Welcome Address
Chair: Tao Cheng, UCL CEGE

Prof. Anthony Finkelstein (Dean of Faculty of Engineering, UCL)

Coffee Break
12:00-13:15 Session 2: Intelligent Policing & Crime Prevention
Chair: Kate Bowers, UCL Crime Science

12:00 Trevor Adams: (Met Police Service): Challenges in MPS GIS Services

12:20 Shane Johnson (UCL Crime Science): Moving towards predictive policing

12:40 Chris Brunsdon (University of Liverpool): Visualising crime patterns

13:00 Short Presentations

Ryan Davenport: Public perceptions of crime and policing

Leto Peel: Analysis of GPS traces of police vehicles

Matt Ashby: The temporal analysis of aoristic crimes

Buffet Lunch
14:00-15:15 Session 3: Spatio-Temporal Data Mining & Network Complexity
Chair: Paul Longley, UCL Geography

14:00 John Shawe-Taylor (UCL CS): Statistical modelling & computational learning

14:20 Shi Zhou (UCL CS): – Modelling spreading phenomena on real-world networks

14:40 Tao Cheng (UCL CEGE): Integrated spatio-temporal data mining

15:00 Short Presentations

James Haworth: Spatio-temporal modelling of network data

Ed Manley: Agent-based simulation of non-recurrent traffic congestion

Dawn Williams: Multi-scale analysis of crime and incident patterns in Camden

Suzy Moat: Space-time analysis of ‘999’ calls in London

Coffee Break
15:45-17:00 Session 4: CPC
Chair: John Shawe-Taylor, UCL Computer Science

15:45 Prof. Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich)
Keynote address: Modelling and simulation of social phenomena

16:30 Tao Cheng (UCL CEGE): An introduction to the CPC project

16:50 Discussion and concluding comments

Reception & Exhibition (UCL Wilkins South Cloisters)

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