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EPSRC Support by Socio-economic Theme in Big Data Analytics

EPSRC classifies the research it supports by socio-economic theme. This taxonomy has been used to classify all grants current on 1st January 2003 or received after this date.

Please note that the assignment of a theme to a grant indicates that the theme may apply in whole or in part to the research activity of that grant. This means that the values of grants within a classification should not be totalled to find the total investment in that area or to compare investment between areas of research. The value shown for each grant is always the total awarded, not the proportion attributed to the individual socio-economic theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Cyber Security CDT Phase Two (University of Oxford)Martin, Professor AUniversity of OxfordComputer Science 3,489,111
Data-Driven Coarse-Graining using Space-Time Diffusion MapsLeimkuhler, Professor BUniversity of EdinburghSch of Mathematics 304,822
From Models To Decisions (M2D)Challenor, Professor PUniversity of ExeterEngineering Computer Science and Maths 347,992
LAir Dearman Engine for Power and Cooling in Confined SpacesAl-Dadah, Dr RUniversity of BirminghamMechanical Engineering 149,348
SIG-NET: Exploring the interface between SIGnal processing and NETwork scienceLacasa, Dr LQueen Mary, University of LondonSch of Mathematical Sciences 303,239
Silicon quantum dots in thermoelectric material applicationsChao, Dr YBUniversity of East AngliaChemistry 6,930
StatScale: Statistical Scalability for Streaming DataEckley, Professor IALancaster UniversityMathematics and Statistics 2,750,890
The Alan Turing InstituteBlake, Professor AThe Alan Turing InstituteResearch 42,000,000
The Combinatorics of Mirror SymmetryKasprzyk, Dr AMUniversity of NottinghamSch of Mathematical Sciences 550,902
Understanding scenes and events through joint parsing, cognitive reasoning and lifelong learningLeonardis, Professor AUniversity of BirminghamSchool of Computer Science 504,832
Understanding scenes and events through joint parsing, cognitive reasoning and lifelong learningTorr, Professor PHUniversity of OxfordEngineering Science 668,728
Understanding Scenes and Events through Joint Parsing, Cognitive Reasoning and Lifelong LearningGlennerster, Professor AUniversity of ReadingSch of Psychology and Clinical Lang Sci 443,434
Visual Commensence for Scene UnderstandingSchyns, Professor PGUniversity of GlasgowCollege of Medical, Veterinary, Life Sci 435,244

Total Number of Grants: 13
Total Value of Grants: £51,955,474

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).