The Administrative Data Research Centre Wales
The Centre brings together a strong team of economic and social science researchers from across Wales, and leading data scientists with strengths in privacy protection, information governance
ADRC-W also draws upon a network of expertise via its links with the following research institutes:
- Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD)
- Swansea’s Research Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology
- Centre for Improvement in Population Health through E-records Research (CIPHER)
- Universities’ Police Science Institute
- Cardiff Centre for Crime, Law
- Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer)
- Older People and Ageing R&D Network in Wales
- Swansea Research Institute for Applied Social Sciences
ADRC-W builds on existing expertise and an acknowledged reputation for the safe and trustworthy use of complex social data to create a Centre that uses cutting-edge technology to efficiently link and
The Centre will be the focal point for data-related social research in Wales and a major player in UK-wide efforts to transform research and policy environments.
The operational environment includes two ‘Safe Settings’ areas where users securely interact with data – one within the Data Science Building (Swansea University) and one within Cardiff University (Park Place, city
ADRC-W is committed to protecting your privacy and complies with the principles of the relevant data protection regulations. We are committed to ensuring that your data is handled properly and any information we hold is stored securely and used in a lawful and ethical way. For information on what personal data ADRC-W collects, how we ensure privacy is maintained and respecting individuals legal rights relating to personal data please read our full privacy statement below. This Privacy Statement relates to the collection, handling
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The ADRC Wales strives to provide the best possible service to all of our stakeholders and is committed to supporting researchers to achieve excellent outputs that have the ability to inform policy and have a clear public benefit.
ADRC Wales Short Courses cover key topics in computation, data modelling, visualisation, machine learning, and key methodologies in the analysis of key linked data.
The ADRC Wales Public Engagement team attend many events throughout the year and is key part of our work.
Meet the ADRC Wales team.
The ADRC Wales is based at the new, purpose-built Data Science Building at Swansea University and in WISERD premises at Cardiff University.
The ADRC Wales would like to keep in touch by email to let you know about our news, events and training opportunities.
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