Professor Alan Penn (PI) is Professor of Architectural and Urban Computing and Dean of The Bartlett, University College London. His research focuses on representing and quantifying the configuration of the built environment in order to investigate the way that this affects the patterns of social and economic behaviour of organisations and communities. Read more.
Professor Michael Batty CBE FRS FBA has held a stream of EPSRC, ESRC, ERC and EU grants that have funded the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) from 1995. The Centre and his own research focuses on various types of urban simulation model in which land use and transport activities are forecast at different scales. Read more.
Professor Paul Longley BSc PhD DSc FAcSS holds a chair in Geographic Information Science at University College London, UK. He has worked as PI of Co-‐I on 48 research grants totalling over £18 million and supervised 46 PhD students (most funded by research councils). His publications include sixteen books, and over 150 refereed journal articles and contributions to edited collections. Read more.
Professor Philip Treleaven, principally known for pioneering the use of computational techniques in finance, where his team's research underpinned much of the early work on automated fraud detection, and led to the launch of the highly successful SearchSpace company, with current work in Algorithmic Trading. Read more.
Professor Sir Alan Wilson FBA FRS is Professor of Urban and Regional Systems in the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. He is Chair of the Home Office Science Advisory Council and of the Lead Expert Group for the GO-Science Foresight Project on the Future of Cities. He was responsible for the introduction of a number of model building techniques which are now in common use internationally - such as the use of 'entropy' in building spatial interaction models. Read more.
Dr Else Arcaute's research focuses on modelling and analysing urban systems from the perspective of complexity sciences. Her main branches of research are urban scaling laws, hierarchies in urban systems, defining city boundaries, and the analysis of urban processes using percolation theory and networks. Read more.