Talking social good at NetMob conference

Talking social good at NetMob conference

Horizon CDT student, Gregor Engelmann (2014 cohort) was at Milan’s Vodafone Theatre last week to talk about his research at NetMob 2017, the¬†main conference on the scientific analysis of mobile phone datasets.

Gregor, now in the third year of his PhD research and affiliated with the N-LAB at The University of Nottingham, had the abstract entitled ‘Estimating population behaviour to describe activity based land-use in emerging economies using mobile phone event series‘¬†accepted by the NetMob program committee back in February. He was first author on this submission, with co-authors James Goulding, Gavin Smith and David Golightly, also of The University of Nottingham.

Above, Gregor is pictured delivering his workshop talk in Italy as part of the Social Good sessions at the conference on 9 April.