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CDRC Data Partner Forum 2016

6th May 2016 @ 10:30 am - 4:45 pm

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The Consumer Data Research Centre’s data partner forum, entitled ‘Retail Mobility’, will take place at the University of Oxford on 6 May 2016.

This forum is designed for existing and potential data partners and interested academics to engage with current and future consumer data research initiatives. The day will be led by Professors Mark Birkin, Paul Longley & Jonathan Reynolds.

This event is by invite only. Now accepting candidates on a waiting list.

Twitter: #cdrcforum16

AGENDA
1030am – Registration and refreshments

1100 – 1230 Session 1: Missing Data and Missing People

Mark Birkin – Welcome and introduction 10 mins

Thomas Waddington – Refining spatial interaction models time of day fit in the grocery sector using observed consumer trading 15 mins

Eusebio Odiari – Infilling missing values in consumer Big Data 15 mins

Michail Pavlis: Geography of non-delivery 10 mins

Emily Sheard – Enumerating the ambient population in the context of crime 15 mins

Guy Lansley, Chrysanthi Kollia – The spatio-temporal geodemographics of youth 10 mins

Questions and discussion 15 mins

1245 – 1345 Lunch and Poster Exhibition

1345 – 1515 Session 2: Novel data sources and their geographic integration

Chair: Martin Clarke

Nik Lomax and Martin Clarke – Home owner mobility: assessing distance and geodemographic consistency using consumer data 15 mins

Hai Nguyen, Jens Kandt, Oliver O’Brien – Name Dynamics and Ethnicity 15 min

Guy Lansley, Wen Li, Roberto Murcio: Areas and activities: Integrating Consumer Dynamics Files 15 min

Alyson Lloyd, James Cheshire – How Representative are High Street Retailer Data? 10 mins

Anastasia Ushakova – Temporal Patterns of Energy Consumption and impacts for vulnerable customers 10 mins

Tim Rains – Data linkage of store loyalty card data 10mins

Questions and discussion 15 mins

1515-1545 Tea

1545-1645 Session 3: Big Data and Research Design

Alex Singleton, Bala Soundararaj: Dynamic High streets – SmartStreetSensor 15 mins

Mark Birkin – Spatial microsimulation big data and policy analysis an example from the UK travel market consumer data 15 mins

Phani Chintakayala – Do green attitudes and demographics drive sustainable product consumption 15 mins

Questions 5 mins

Paul Longley – Future priorities and closing remarks 10 minutes

1645 Drinks reception

Follow us on twitter @cdrc_uk and use #cdrcforum16 for live updates leading up to the event and on the day.

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6th May 2016
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10:30 am - 4:45 pm
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University of Oxford
Saïd Business School
Oxford, OX1 5NY United Kingdom
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