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    Latest CPC seminar videos on YouTube

    The 2020/21 CPC seminar series has got off to a flying start, with many embracing the new online format and all seminars being well-attended.

    Since the start of the new semester in October 2020, we have hosted nine CPC webinars from our sites in Southampton and Scotland. We have welcomed speakers from across the globe, and we have been able to welcome more attendees than before with travel no longer being a barrier to attendance. Most of the seminars are now available to watch again on our YouTube channel, so do take a look if you missed out or would like to see the presentations again. The speakers have so far included:

    Carl Schmertmann, Florida State University
    Estimating total fertility from the shape of the age pyramid: Bayesian models and applications

    Matthias Studer, University of Geneva
    The link between previous life trajectories and a later life outcome: A feature selection approach

    Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, Vienna Institute of Demography
    An agent-based modelling approach to account for social interactions in demography
    This keynote seminar formed part of the Short course on Agent-based modelling for social research which ran in the in the autumn semester.

    Alice Reid, University of Cambridge
    Britain's first demographic transition: an integrated geography

    Gunnar Andersson,Stockholm University
    Utilizing population register data to understand socioeconomic determinants of COVID-19 mortality: The case of Sweden

    Yoann Doignon, UCLouvain, Centre for Demographic Research
    The spatial diffusion of nonmarital childbearing in Belgium (1968-2017)

    Ben Wilson, Stockholm University and London School of Economics
    Understanding the lives of immigrants and their descendants: From selection to adaptation

    Tom Alexis and Cecilia Macintyre, Scottish Government
    Developing linkage ready data on Looked After Children for a new data linkage infrastructure in Scotland

    Dominique Green, University of St Andrews
    Reconsidered disadvantage in the United States: An intersectional analysis
    This was a CPC Athena Swan webinar held jointly with Femquant

    Michaela Benzeval, University of Essex
    Understanding Society COVID-19 Study

    Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and University of Washington
    Studying health and migration using social media: Tools for survey participant recruitment complement digital trace data

    Cecilia Vindrola, University College London
    Carrying out rapid qualitative research during a pandemic: Emerging lessons from COVID-19

    Our upcoming seminars are listed on our events calendar, and you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates. And if you are unable to attend the live sessions, do subscribe to our YouTube channel to be alerted when our new seminar videos become available.

    Posted 02/02/2021 12:48