Home

  • An exploration of how primary school children want to view their health data: a co-design study

    An exploration of how primary school children want to view their health data: a co-design study

    Due to the growth of self-tracking health devices, greater attention has been paid to how individuals view their health data. However, young children are often not the focus of these investigations. Instead, adult tools are applied and validated rather than starting from the children’s perspectives. JGI Seed Corn Funding Project Blog 2022-2023: Sydney Charitos &…

  • Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Ben Anson

    Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Ben Anson

    JGI Student Experience Profiles: Ben Anson (Ask-JGI Data Science Support 2022-23) Ask-JGI was advertised to my CDT by one of the staff members in the School of Mathematics. It sounded like a fun way to make the most of my MSc in statistics and get some ‘real world’ practice with statistics, all whilst doing my…

  • Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Vanessa Hanschke

    Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Vanessa Hanschke

    JGI Student Experience Profiles: Vanessa Hanschke (Ask-JGI Data Science Support 2022-23) I initially wanted to join the Ask-JGI because I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to keep my coding skills alive. I studied computer science and have worked in the data and AI industry for three years before starting my PhD…

  • Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Matt Chandler

    Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Matt Chandler

    JGI Student Experience Profiles: Matt Chandler (Ask-JGI Data Science Support 2022-23) Over the past year I’ve found my experience working with the Ask-JGI service really rewarding. I was keen to apply as I was looking for an exposure to the wider world of research being done at Bristol, which is something I have definitely achieved…

  • Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Lily Tu

    Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Lily Tu

    JGI Student Experience Profiles: Lily Tu (Ask-JGI Data Science Support 2022-23) I came across machine learning models in a summer project just before my PhD and have since been looking to incorporate it into my PhD project, as data analysis forms a big part of my research field. I applied to join the Ask-JGI team…

  • Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Marina Vabistsevits

    Ask JGI Student Experience Profiles: Marina Vabistsevits

    JGI Student Experience Profiles: Marina Vabistsevits (Ask-JGI Data Science Support 2022-23) What made you decide to apply to join the Ask-JGI team? I applied to join the Ask-JGI team because I wanted to be involved in a wider data science community at the University of Bristol. I wanted to learn about data-intensive research in other…

  • JGI Seed Corn Funding Project Blog 2022-2023: Dr Wenzhi Zhou and Prof. Xibo Yuan

    JGI Seed Corn Funding Project Blog 2022-2023: Dr Wenzhi Zhou and Prof. Xibo Yuan

    Partial Discharge Analysis in Wide Bandgap-Based Motor Drive Systems – Dr Wenzhi Zhou and Prof. Xibo Yuan The power electronics industry is currently experiencing significant changes due to the emergence of ultra-fast transistors made from wide bandgap (WBG) materials, which are replacing silicon transistors. These new transistors have a switching speed that is 10 times…

  • Making sea ice thickness maps in the Canadian Arctic operationally available

    Making sea ice thickness maps in the Canadian Arctic operationally available

    Making sea ice thickness maps in the Canadian Arctic operationally available – Isolde Glissenaar Sea ice thickness is a key variable when characterising an ice cover and its impact on the local environment and provides important insight into how an ice cover is changing in response to climate change. Unfortunately, observations of ice thickness are…

  • Successful Staff Seed Corn Awardees 2022-2023

    The Jean Golding Institute’s Seed Corn Scheme The Jean Golding Institute Seed Corn Funding is a fantastic opportunity to develop multi and interdisciplinary ideas and promote collaboration in data science and AI.  We are delighted that a new cohort of interdisciplinary research has been supported through this funding. The Winners Tom Williams is an Associate Professor…