At Lancaster, we are creating a world-class Data Science research capability that sets the global standard for a truly interdisciplinary approach to contemporary data-driven research challenges.
Membership of DSI
DSI has opportunities for staff and students to join via two annual call-outs or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch with one of the institute theme leads : -
Adam Letchford (Foundations) email@example.com
Gordon Blair (Environment) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Knight (Health) email@example.com
Karen Broadhurst (Society) firstname.lastname@example.org
We are trying really hard to make DSI much more than just a collection of names on a web site. By joining the institute we hope you will contribute to this by engaging with lots of data science activities on campus. During the academic terms we run fortnightly friday morning talks. DSI also organise a Distinguished speaker series; we also support many workshop events and distribute a weekly newsletter.
We are always looking for new ways to grow and help the data science community at Lancaster, so if you have ideas for ways to improve DSI please let the Directors or your theme lead know.
Data Science at Lancaster aims to act as a catalyst for the field of Data Science and to provide an end-to-end interdisciplinary research capability - from infrastructure and fundamentals through to globally relevant problem domains and the social, legal and ethical issues raised by the use of Data Science.
We conduct research into the foundations of Data Science together with cross-cutting theme areas consisting of:
- environment, resilience and sustainability
- health and ageing
- data and society
We take a deliberately interdisciplinary approach, encouraging researchers to work across theme and discipline boundaries. Examples of current collaborative partners include BT, Google, IBM, National Health Service, Public Health England, Shell and the World Health Organisation.