Following the launch of your online training course, The Data Lab are required by our funders to collect specific data for a period of 3 years in order to demonstrate any impact that courses have had. 

Following submission of this form you will be contacted to schedule a project completion meeting to allow us to discuss and formally close off the project and agree how data will be collected for the remaining duration of the 3 year reporting period.

We look forward to learning about the impact of this project.

The Data Lab (administered from The University of Edinburgh) may share information about projects with the Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and any other appropriate organisation in the interests of developing and promoting the Innovation Centres Programme.  

This form is to update The Data Lab on the progress of the Industrial Doctorate project.

We will prompt you to complete this form after every 6 months.

The Data Lab (administered from The University of Edinburgh) may share information about projects with the Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and any other appropriate organisation in the interests of developing and promoting the Innovation Centres Programme. 

This form is to update The Data Lab on your progress in developing your online course.

The Data Lab (administered from The University of Edinburgh) may share information about projects with the Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and any other appropriate organisation in the interests of developing and promoting the Innovation Centres Programme.  

If you have an idea for a Industrial Doctorate (PhD / EngD) project but you do not yet have an Industry Sponsor you can complete and submit this form to provide an outline of your idea. The Data Lab will use this information to make relevant introductions to potential Industry Sponsors.

You can choose to make the information provided in this application private or publically available. 

This application is for the sole purpose of matching University Partners with Industry Sponsors. It is not recognised as a submission and it will not be reviewed by the Reviewing Panel.

If you are a company, public or third sector organisation and you have an idea for an Industrial Doctorate (PhD / EngD) project but you do not yet have a University Partner you can submit this form to outline your idea. The Data Lab will use this information to make relevant introductions to potential University Partners.

You can choose to make the information provided in this application private or publically available. 

This application is for the sole purpose of matching Industry Sponsors with University Partners. It is not recognised as a submission and it will not be reviewed by the Reviewing Panel.

Personal information provided in application form will be processed by The Data Lab [University of Edinburgh] in order to keep the Applicant(s) informed of progress with the Application. This information will not be processed for any other purpose. 


Please use this form if you would like to submit a talk, lightning talk, workshop or poster proposal for DataTech20.  You can contact datatech@thedatalab.com if you have any queries in relation to the submission process.
You should only include personally identifiable information where it is explicitly requested. Otherwise this may invalidate the blind review process.
Before you submit, please make sure you have read the Submission guidelines on the DataTech20 page, including the Review criteria and our set of Speaker expectations.
Please note: All applicants who submit a proposal and are accepted must agree to the DataFest20 Code of Conduct.

  

The Data Lab MSc Programme Funding Call for 2020/2021

The Data Lab MSc is a collaborative effort between The Data Lab and Scottish Universities, with the aim of developing talented data scientists and engineers to support the Scottish economy. 

We are opening a call to Scottish Universities who want to apply to receive £6000 per student to cover MSc course tuition fees for the academic year 2020/21.  Mainstream funding is provided by the SFC/ESF-DWS. Students must be based in Scotland or from the European Union. Students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland are not eligible for funded studentships. 

In addition to the mainstream funding, The Data Lab are pleased to announce a new partnership with HRDUK, who will provide funding for a number of additional scholarships  in 2020/21 to be allocated to courses in the Health Data Science domain. A maximum of ten scholarships are to be allocated through this funding stream to students who meet the SFC/ESF-DSW eligibility requirements.

To be eligible to apply for The Data Lab MSc funding, courses must be ready for delivery to commence in 2020/21 and demonstrate a strong focus on data science, data engineering and/or AI. We welcome applications from specialist courses and non-STEM disciplines. 

To be eligible to apply for the HDRUK Health Data Science scholarships, courses must also demonstrate the following additional criteria: 

· core disciplinary components of mathematics, statistics and technologies all applied in the health context and to health data throughout;

· some interdisciplinary and ‘team-science’ components in their curriculum; and

· consideration of the importance of patient and public involvement (PPI) and ethics when working with health data.

Call Closing Date: Monday 20 January 2020

If you have any questions please contact skills@thedatalab.com

 Personal information provided in application form will be processed by The Data Lab [University of Edinburgh] in order to keep the Applicant(s) informed of progress with the Application and for reviewing purposes. This information will not be processed for any other purpose.  Reviewing Panel members from outside of The Data Lab will sign an NDA. 

The Data Lab’s mission is to help Scotland maximise value from data and lead the world to a data powered future.  We believe that how we do this is equally as important as the mission itself and this is why our culture and values are the heart of everything we do and we ask collaborators to follow these too.  Read more on our website: https://www.thedatalab.com/about-us/our-culture-and-values/

The Data Lab aims to generate economic, social and scientific value to Scotland through the application of data science. 

To help achieve this, The Data Lab co-funds industrial doctorate programmes at Scottish Universities, in collaboration with Scottish industry or public sector organisations. These industrial doctorates are designed to support the development of data science talent at a PhD / EngD level, while facilitating collaboration between industry and academia through applied research projects. 

Funding for up to 50% of the programme cost will be provided, with the remainder to be matched by an industry (or public / third sector) partner. We are looking for applications from universities that have a proposed project with an industry or public sector partner.

For an Industrial Doctorate project to be eligible for The Data Lab funding it must be hosted at a Scottish University and be sponsored by an Industry or public sector Sponsor that has an operational base in Scotland.

The closing date for applications to this call is 17:00hrs on Friday 15th February 2019.  Appicants will be informed of a decision by 28th February 2019.

Personal information provided in this application form will be processed by The Data Lab [University of Edinburgh] in order to keep the Applicant(s) informed of progress with the Application. This information will not be processed for any other purpose. The form will be shared with third parties for reviewing purposes, but any reviewers external to The Data Lab will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement prior to viewing the application.   Data will be retained on record for a maximum of 5 years.

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