We are pleased to share the schedule for our ongoing Digital Footprints Lab 2024 Seminar Series.

This series invites speakers to share their experiences working with digital footprints data as well as any other research relevant to the interests’ of our group — ranging from social media and transaction records to geospatial and sensor data. Each session will address methodologies and applications for working with this kind of data.

The seminars take place on Wednesdays in Oakfield House (University of Bristol) from 11-12, in a hybrid format.

The current schedule is provided below, but will be updated regularly to reflect the most up-to-date changes and additions.

Date SpeakerAffiliationTopic
24/01Gemma SawyerPopulation Health Sciences,
University of Bristol
Adolescent menstrual symptoms,
school absences, and educational
27/03Internal meeting
06/03Poppy TaylorPopulation Health Sciences,
University of Bristol
Harnessing shopping data to innovate
female reproductive health.
13/03Holly FraserBristol Medical School,
University of Bristol
Machine learning based online discourse
analysis of mental health and medication use.
20/03Internal meeting
03/04Internal meeting
24/04Isabella DegenCDT in Interactive Artificial
Intelligence, University of
Interesting patterns in insulin needs of
people with Type 1 Diabetes: Temporal
analysis of automated insulin delivery
system data.
01/05Gavryel MartisCDT in Digital Health
and Care, University of
Federated learning for mental health
detection using smartphone sensing data.
08/05Digital Footprints
Conference 2024
15/05Olly BastianiSchool of Psychological
Science, University of
Investigating the Influence of
Problem Gambling on Suicidality
in a Large Birth Cohort.
24/07Jamie EvansSchool of Geographical
Sciences, University of
More than money: an overview
of financial datasets for research

Attendance is open to anyone who is interested in Digital Footprints.

If interested in attending a seminar online, please register for the talk by selecting the title of the talk above and following the Zoom link; if interested in attending in person, please contact Romana Burgess to receive the talk location.