Funding

2015

Economic and Social Research Council: The analysis of names from the 2011 Census of Population (PI: co-Is J Cheshire, A D Singleton ES/L013800/1). £136,443

2014

Economic and Social Research Council: Retail Business Datasafe (PI: co-Is M Batty, T Cheng, J Cheshire, T Fischer, C Lloyd, S. Mikhaylov, J Reynolds, A Singleton, P Williamson). £6,117,615

2013

Nuffield Trust/Economic and Social Research Council/Higher Education Funding Council for England: Quantitative Methods Programme (Co-I: Centre PI/Co-ordinator J vanHeerde-Hudson, other co-Is L Vinicius, G Hart). £1,340,000

Economic and Social Research Council: A strategic advisory team for data resources 2014-2016. (co-I: PI P Elias, other co-Is D De Roure, J Hobcraft, K Kiernan: ES/L003414/1). £721,931

Economic and Social Research Council: The e-resilience of British retail centres. (co-I: PI A Singleton: ES/L003546/1). £127,991

Economic and Social Research Council: Using secondary data to measure, monitor and visualise spatio-temporal uncertainties in geodemographics (co-I: PI A D Singleton, other co-Is P Batey, C Brunsdon, P Williamson, P Brown: ES/K004719/1). £145,918

2012

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: Crime, policing and citizenship (CPC) – space-time interactions of dynamic networks (co-I: PI T Cheng, other co-Is J Shawe-Taylor, K Bowers: EP/J004197/1). £1,400,235

2011

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: The uncertainty of identity: linking spatiotemporal information between virtual and real worlds (PI: co-Is M Musolesi, R Muttukrishnan. EP/J005266/1) £1,218,191

2009

Wellcome Trust: Genetics of the people of the British Isles and their faces (PI W F Bodmer; co-Is P J Donnelly, T Spector, P A Longley, J Kittler) £2,067,797

2008

Economic and Social Research Council : Census Geographic Information Visualisation (Censusgiv) (co-I: P Mateos, P A Longley, M Batty: RES -348-225-0015) £66,115

2007

Economic and Social Research Council: The Genesis Project: GENerative E-Social Science (co-I: M Batty, M Birkin, P A Longley, A Heppenstall, A Steed, M C Clarke, J Xu, A G Wilson: RES-149-25-1078) £1,382,477

Economic and Social Research Council: Business solutions for web-based dissemination of the geography of genealogy (RES-172-25-0019) £49,950

Economic and Social Research Council: Business Engagement Award for NCeSS (National Centre for E-Social Science) (with P Halfpenny: RES-185-31-0003) £98,700

Cabinet Office/City of London Corporation: Linking social deprivation and digital exclusion in England £10,000

2006

Higher Education Funding Council for England:
Splint: Spatial Literacy in Teaching. Supplementary capital grant for UCL. £60,000

Economic and Social Research Council (Knowledge Transfer Division): co-funding for conference at the Royal Geographical Society, February £5,000

2005

Higher Education Funding Council for England: Splint: Spatial Literacy in Teaching (consortium with Leicester and Nottingham Universities) £978,259

Economic and Social Research Council: GEOVUE: GEOgraphic Virtual Urban Environments (with M Batty and A Steed: RES-149-25-1023) £420,091

2004

Economic and Social Research Council/Southwark Primary Care Trust: a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to develop systems to measure and monitor GP referrals and to target health promotion campaigns £331,584

Economic and Social Research Council/Camden Primary Care Trust: a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to develop and utilise GIS for neighbourhood profiling and assist in targeting public health and health care delivery £331,584

2003

Economic and Social Research Council: Digital differentiation: consumption profiles of fracturing digital divides (with M. Batty, R. Webber, A. Tapp: RES-335-25-0020) £88,222

The Groundwork Trust: inter-departmental GIS requirements analysis £3,000

Economic and Social Research Council: Surnames as a quantitative evidence resource for the social sciences (with R. Webber: RES-000-22-0400) £45,551

Economic and Social Research Council: Senior Fellowship: Geodemographics for managing local services (RES-331-25-0001) £125,168

Department of Trade and Industry/UCAS Ltd.: a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to develop a student placing service to support applications for admission to higher education institutions £100,198

Camden Borough Police: sustainable GIS and data sharing infrastructure £15,000

Camden Borough Police: inter-departmental GIS requirements analysis £3,500

2002

European Commission (Fifth Framework Programme: Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development): SCATTER (Sprawling Cities And TransporT: from Evaluation to Recommendations) (with M. Batty) €156,942

ESRC/EPSRC/NERC Transdisciplinary Seminar Series Competition: Realising the potential of urban spatial data infrastructures (with R. Harris) £17,908

2001

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: Integrated systems for retail company management strategy: a feasibility study of demand-led aspects (with M. Batty) £45,697

1998

Natural Environment Research Council: Monitoring urban land-use and morphology using remote sensing and GIS (with M. Barnsley, A. Luckman) £202,172

1994

Economic and Social Research Council: Visiting Fellowship: ‘Analysis of disaggregate and discrete-time event property values using multi-level models’. ESRC Analysis of Large and Complex Datasets Programme £10,980

1993

Welsh Office, Economic and Statistical Services Division: matching 1992/93 Welsh House Condition Survey sample with the Council Tax Valuation List. £5,875

Economic and Social Research Council: a GIS-based analysis of the geographical implications of the council tax (with D. Martin).£29,600

1992

Welsh Office, Economic and Statistical Services Division: design and analysis of the 1992/93 Welsh House Condition Survey. £23,000

1991

Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Department of the Environment and Economic and Social Research Council: a research register for housing (with P. Williams). £57,246

1990

Cardiff City Council: staff training in the analysis of large-scale survey data (with D. Martin). £1,700

1989

Cynon Valley Borough Council: analysis of the Mountain Ash House Condition Survey (with D. Martin). £3,000

1988

Welsh Office, Statistics Division: a project to synthesise income data to enhance the 1986 Welsh House Condition Survey. £16,000

Welsh Development Agency/WINtech: feasibility study of a Centre of Excellence in Geographical Information Systems alongside the Wales and South West Regional Research Laboratory (with N. Wrigley). £5,000

Economic and Social Research Council: Main Phase of the Wales and South West Regional Research Laboratory (RRL: with M. Batty, I. Bracken and N. Wrigley). I acted as executive director throughout the Initiative. £236,200

Economic and Social Research Council: equipment supplementation for the Wales and South West Regional Research Laboratory (with M. Batty, I. Bracken and N. Wrigley). £29,000

Cardiff City Council: design and analysis of the Cardiff House Condition Survey (with R. Smith).£25,000

Cardiff Bay Development Corporation: preparation of a socio economic profile of Cardiff Bay (with M. Batty and J. Alden). £4,650

1987

Welsh Development Agency: Institute of Welsh Affairs ‘Project to Revive the South Wales Valleys’. £8,000

Economic and Social Research Council: trial phase of the ESRC Wales and South West Regional Research Laboratory (RRL) (with M. Batty, I. Bracken and N. Wrigley) £24,500

Economic and Social Research Council: participation in the design and implementation of the 1987/88 General Household and Labour Force Surveys. £1,200

1985

Economic and Social Research Council: Survey Link Award. £1,363

Funding obtained for Ph.D. studentships is detailed under the ‘Students’ tab. Substantial travel grant funding has been awarded by the British Council, the British Academy, the European Science Foundation, the (U.S.) National Science Foundation, NATO and a number of other sources. Visiting appointments have also been funded and are detailed under the ‘About’ tab.

Professor of Geographic Information Science, University College London