Groups/Labs

Psychology Sensor Lab How can technology best serve psychological and bio-social research?

The Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST) A national hub for understanding, countering and mitigating security threats.

Serial missed appointments in the NHS This research project is investigating the intelligence from clinical practice that people who have a pattern of missing GP appointments are socially vulnerable and have poorer health outcomes.

National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online (REPHRAIN) Announced by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) on 14 October 2020, REPHRAIN will explore how to keep people safe online while allowing them to fully participate in digital technologies and the contributions they make to an innovative, inclusive and healthy economy and society.

The GetAMoveOn NetworkPlus Funded by the EPSRC, the GetAMoveOn Network+ brought together experts in human computer interaction, health psychology, behaviour change, sensor networks, data analytics, interactive visualisation, sports and exercise science, and online citizen engagement, with the aim of transforming health through enabling mobility.

Applied Digital Behaviour Lab An interdisplinary group based at The University of Bath who develop and apply new methodologies to study people and groups in a vareity of contexts.

Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement (CHIĀ²) This multi-disciplinary centre brings together extensive expertise at the University of Bath in applied health research, including operational research, operations management, analytics, information systems, other quantitative and qualitative research methods and models, and experience from different industries.

The Security, Privacy, Identity and Trust Engagement NetworkPlus (SPRITE+) brings together people involved in research, practice, and policy with a focus on digital contexts. They are a 'one stop shop' for engagement between academic and non-academic communities - a way for these communities to connect and a platform for building collaborations across the spectrum of issues relating to security, privacy, identity and trust.

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security (College of Supervisors) Aims to train the cyber security leaders of the future. It is a joint-university, inter-disciplinary collaboration between the Universities of Bristol and Bath.