Browse through all of the past work, projects, blog posts and events CeMoRe and our associates have engaged in over the years and documented here.




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Bogotá’s innovative and ingenious mobilities

Regarded as one of the most mobility innovative cities in the Global South, Bogotá boasts the most extensive cycle network in Latin America, the most efficient bus rapid transit system in the world (TransMilenio) and the oldest mass cycle parade, the famous...
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Health Data Mobilities & Ethics

The isITethical team are bringing creative ethical impact into innovation with big data in healthcare.  The BIG HEALTH DATA & Privacy Preserving Practices Workshop will take place on 28th November 2018. From the workshop description: Big data has big potential...
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About time: Mobilities Transformation

The Siegen Symposium ‘On Time’ was just inspiring. The organisers – Claudio Coletta (Antwerp), Jörg Potthast, Tobias Röhl, and Susann Wagenknecht (Siegen) set the scene with a careful and thought provoking position paper. They argue that:...
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Welcoming our Visiting Scholar, Wescley Xavier: ‘The city as a product’

Cemore is delighted to welcome one of our latest visiting scholars, Wescley Xavier, to Lancaster University and introduce him to everyone associated with Cemore. If you would like to connect with Wescley during his time here with us then please feel free to ask to...
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Art and Mobilities: creative possibilities

    I was lucky enough to be a 2017-2018 Centre for Mobilities Research CEMORE Visiting Fellow, Lancaster University. I worked closely with the Director of Mobilities Lab Dr Jen Southern, as well as Professor Emma Rose and Dr Linda O Keefe of the...
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Applications Open for the John Urry Fellowship Award 2018-19

We are delighted to announce that the call for applications for the second year of the John Urry fellowship award is now open. The deadline is 14 September 2018 and notification of acceptance will be 21 September 2018. John Urry (1946-2016) embodied the tradition...
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Cosmic Mobilities

While appreciating a summer-touched Lancaster as a Visiting Fellow at CeMoRe, I had numerous opportunities to consider the expanding repertoires of inquiry into mobilities. This was particularly so during the CeMoRe Away Day, where I had the chance to hear about...
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IsITethical? Project Updates

isITethical? is based on collaborative research with practitioners in disaster risk management and IT development: Collaborations with PSCE, BAPCO, Airbus, Saab, CNet Svenska, CloudSigma, 10+ EUFP7 H2020 projects 35+ Co-design Workshops An interdisciplinary team...
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The Potential Implications of a Cashless Society

Joe Deville recently featured as an interviewee in Future Tense, a podcast and radio programme produced by the ABC, on the potential implications of a cashless society. Listen here>>  “Most people these days use a mix of cash and digital payment...
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David Tyfield on BBC Radio 4 “Liberalism 2.0 and the Rise of China”

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See all of our past projects and project updates here>>>

  • Data Publics Investigating the formation and representation of crowds, groups and clusters in digital economies.
  • BRIDGE Collaborative ICT in large-scale emergency management.
  • SecInCoRe Secure Dynamic Cloud for Information, Communication and Resource Interoperability based on Pan-European Disaster Inventory



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