Here’s the list of collaborative projects from last year’s partnerships:
Zoe Schott, MSc International Public Policy & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Why do some young people from immigrant communities in the UK seek sexual health services less frequently than others?
Sigrid Duekilde, MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development & Krysia Woroniecka, Global Feedback
What influences UK framers growing sugar beet in their choices, decisions, and trade-offs regarding land use and resources?
Roman Malin-Hiscock, MSc Prosperity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship & Steve Thomas & Anne Elkins, The Felix Project
How can ‘community wealth building’ be used to build resilient food systems?
Lucy Lawrenson, MSc Environment, Society and Politics & Paul Ely, Haringey Council
Planning for Multiple Publics in Tottenham’s Greenspaces
Yanxun Shi, MSc Real Estate Economics and Investment Analysis & Alex McCallum, Shelter
The Exploratory Analysis of Housing-induced Poverty in the UK
Clare Leckie, MSc Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment & Possible
Car-free megacities: a case study of Inner London
Nina Pigorini, MSc Health Psychology & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
Understanding the Support Needs of British LGBTQ youth: a qualitative study
Ji Qi, MSc Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy & Transitions & Lucas Capalbo, Bloomsbury Football
The impact of sustainable initiatives in football teams
Kate McKean-Tinker, MA Archives & Records Management & Martha de la Roche, Access to Justice Foundation
How have the Network for Justice’s stakeholders’ information rights been ensured by the UK’s official approach to information dissemination during the COVID-19 pandemic and how has this approach impacted them?
Tidong Cao, MSc Smart Cities and Urban Studies & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Xingyue Li, MSc Business Analytics & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
Building a recommender system: experiment on matrix factorisation and neural collaborative filtering methods
Yushan He, MSc Business Analytics & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
User-based collaborative filtering recommendation algorithm based on users’ browsing history
Cecilia Liao, MSc Business Analytics & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Neil Sam-Soon, MSc Business Analytics & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Yuan Gu, MSc Business Analytics & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Developing Risk Prediction Models for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea Tests
Yueting Yu, MSc Business Analytics & Dimitrios Tourountsis, Brook Young People
Developing prediction models for chlamydia diagnoses among young sexual health clinic attendees in England
Greg Acosta, MSc Business Analytics & Jennifer Barnes, Centrepoint
Data-Driven Insights Into the Incidence of Homelessness in the UK Using Text-based Clustering of Crisis Helpline Records
Zhilin Zhou, MSc Business Analytics & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
Utilizing Long Short-Term Memory Networks for Identification of Helpline Users in Crisis. Based on Conversation Transcripts and Demographic Information
Ruobing Bai, MSc Business Analytics & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
Detection of Vulnerable Individuals Using Natural Language Processing of Helpline Records
Yueyan Wang, MSc Business Analytics & Bohdana Dock, The Mix
Creating a Recommender System For The Mix Based on Content and Collaborative Filtering to provide users with suggested next steps
Celebrate and be inspired by some of last year’s students and organisations sharing their reflections and experiences during upcoming CRIS symposium showcasing knowledge exchange between community organisations and UCL students. Please register for the Zoom Webinar.