CDT Case Studies

Digital Economy Network/EPSRC Case Study Publication

The Contribution of Doctoral Skills within the Digital Economy: How CDT students help us thrive in the Digital Economy was produced by the EPSRC Digital Economy Theme and the Digital Economy Network in July 2016.  It features eight case studies showcasing where graduates of the 2009-2010 DE CDT cohorts have progressed following successful doctoral study.

Building skills for a prosperous nation: EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training

In August 2017, the EPSRC released the case study brochure Building skills for a prosperous nation: EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training, showcasing a  wide selection of research projects being undertaken across EPSRC-supported Centres, The CDTs in Cloud Computing for Big Data CDT (Newcastle University) and Media and Arts Technology CDT (QMUL) feature in this publication.

EPSRC Digital Economy CDT mid-term review case studies

DEN has collated a collection of case studies from CDTs within the Network as an online resource, including those that were submitted from 2014 funded CDTs to the EPSRC in January 2017  as part of the mid-term evaluation and review process. Please click on the relevant CDT below to view their case studies.

EPSRC CDT in Cloud Computing for Big Data
Newcastle University
EPSRC CDT in Digital Civics
Newcastle University
EPSRC Centre for Digital Entertainment
University of Bath
Bournemouth University
EPSRC CDT in Embedded Intelligence
Loughborough University
Heriot Watt University of Edinburgh
EPSRC CDT in Financial Computing and Analytics
University College London
Imperial College London
London School of Economics
EPSRC CDT in Healthcare Innovation
University of Oxford
EPSRC HighWire CDT
Lancaster University
EPSRC Horizon CDT in My Life in Data
University of Nottingham
EPSRC CDT in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence
University of York
Goldsmiths University of London
University of Essex
EPSRC/AHRC CDT in Media and Arts Technology
Queen Mary University of London
EPSRC CDT in Web Science Innovation
University of Southampton

A digital economy network for PhD students in CDTs funded by EPSRC

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