‘Big Data’ and its potential to improve health and society is much discussed across the world. Linking disparate population-scaled datasets together is a key technique in the production of powerful new data resources that can illuminate, evaluate and steer policy and practice right across society.
The Great Hall, Swansea University
- Wednesday 24th August 13:30 – 14:00 – The Great Hall Auditorium – Keynote Speaker, Steering Group Member Prof. Ronan Lyons presenting his work ‘ The Farr Institute: distributed multi-disciplinary team science in action’
- Friday 26th August 14:00-14:20 – The Great Hall Auditorium – Part of DPUK’s Research Team, Matthew Machin will be talking about ‘High resolution data from everyday life: coproducing a technically robust and engaging sensing platform’ with Lamiece Hassan