Low Carbon Cities: creating a road map for retrofitting the Leeds social housing stock
Our model helps organisations decide on the best retrofit strategy to improve the quality of their housing stock.
Modelling the Joint Effects of Dense Temporal Datasets on Outcomes
This project uses newly constructed functional statistical models to uncover the underlying effects that pollution and lifestyle has on COPD hospital admissions.
Can changing school admissions systems improve educational equality in the UK?
Modelling the school admissions system exposes educational inequalities but also highlights ways these can be addressed.
The Application of Rasch Measurement Theory to Guide Consumer Product Design
Rasch measurement theory provides an innovative way in which to extract insightful information from consumer data.
Assessing the presence of e-food deserts in the UK
Inequality in access to healthy and affordable food seems to increase when analysing the impact of groceries delivery systems’ availability, especially between remote rural areas and urban areas.
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Simulating capability to reduce transport energy emissions and associated social vulnerabilities
Developed a microsimulation at the household and individual level using a Monte Carlo Sampling process in R to analyse travel behaviour and transport demand in England.