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Dec

05

Wednesday

Built infrastructure makes our world go around, but how can we optimise it? - Data Bites Seminar

6.00pm

Seminars

Staff, Students, Academics

Research Centre: Research Centre for Machine Learning

Speaker: William Needham and Quy Vu (Mot MacDonald)

Abstract:

In this talk, Will and Quy will be presenting about how Mott MacDonald is applying data science to some of the world’s most challenging societal, environmental, and engineering problems. How can we create the world’s most liveable city? Can we predict how much energy the city of Abu Dhabi will use over the next 10 years?  How can we optimise the health and wellbeing of building occupants through IoT and real-time analytics? The Smart Infrastructure team (internal start-up) at Mott MacDonald brings together brightest mind from the fields of computer science, engineering & economics and we’re always looking to grow, please see our website for the latest opportunities: https://www.smartinfrastructure.com/join-us

Bio’s:

Will Needham has 4 years’ experience in the engineering sector and is Data Scientist in the Smart Infrastructure team at Mott MacDonald. Will is also a part-time MSc Data Science student @ City, University of London.

Quy Vu (also a Data Scientist in the team) has recently joined Mott MacDonald after graduating from the MSc Data Science course. Quy has a background in Economics and big-four consultancy.

Slides from this seminar can be found here.

Video from this seminar can be found here.

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When & where

6.00pm - 7.00pmWednesday 5th December 2018

AG21 College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB United Kingdom