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Horizon with Hannah Fry and How to Find Love Online

Horizon with Hannah Fry and How to Find Love Online

21 April 2016

On Monday night (25th April) BBC2 will air an episode of Horizon presented by CASA’s own Hannah Fry.

The programme, entitled “How to find love online”, is based on the experiments in ...
Adam Dennett wins 2016 Student Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching

Adam Dennett wins 2016 Student Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching

20 April 2016

We are delighted to report that Dr Adam Dennett was a proud recipient of the 2016 Student Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching, presented by the Provost at the UCLU Teaching & Learning Conference.   Only ...
CASA Student named UCL Sportswoman of the Year

CASA Student named UCL Sportswoman of the Year

MSc Smart Cities and Urban Analytics student Claire Daniel was named UCL Sportswoman of the Year at the annual UCL sports awards ball held recently. Claire balances her study and love of data ...
CASA prize in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior awarded at GISRUK 2016

CASA prize in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior awarded at GISRUK 2016

The CASA prize for the 'Best Paper on Spatial Analysis' in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior at the GISRUK 2016 conference was awarded to Kaisa Lahtinen for a paper she co-authored with Chris ...
Coding for Year 9s: CASA team up with UCL Engineering and the Royal Institution

Coding for Year 9s: CASA team up with UCL Engineering and the Royal Institution

Staff and students from CASA led technology workshops for young people this month as part of a series of Coding for Year 9 masterclasses which partnered UCL Engineering with the Royal Institution. PhD ...

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