1. BulletJun 25-29, 2018, Schroedinger Institute, Vienna,  Interplay of multiscale data assimilation with advanced PDE discretisations

  2. BulletNov 13-17, 2017, IPAM, UCLA, USA, , Uncertainty Quantification for Stochastic Systems

  3. BulletSep 12, SciCADE’17, Bath, UK, Inverse Problems and Data Assimilation 

  4. BulletAug 21-25, 2017, SAMSI, NC, USA

  5. BulletJul 10-14, 2017, SIAM Annual Meeting,  Pittsburgh, PA, USA

  6. BulletMay 8-10, 2017, LMS/Turing workshop on Inverse Problems and Data Science, Edinburgh

  7. BulletJun 25-23, 2017, (ENOC17), 9th  European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference  Budapest, Hungary

  8. BulletMar 27 - 29, 2017 (FU Berlin, Zuse Institute) SFB114, Information-theoretic methods for complex systems

  9. BulletJan 9-12, 2017 (Institute for Advanced Study, TU Munich)  Machine learning challenges in multiscale systems

  10. BulletOct 23-29, 2016 (CiC, UNAM, Mexico)  Partial orders, Mixing, Majorization and Applications

  11. BulletSep 30 - Oct 2, 2016 (Philadelphia, USA) SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth, minisymposium: Recent Theoretical and Computational Advances in Prediction of Rare and Extreme Events

  12. BulletJul 1-5, 2016 (Orlando, FL, USA) 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, minisymposium: Data assimilation and nonlinear filtering, “Well-posedness and accuracy for a class of nonlinear mini-max filters"

  13. BulletApril 2016 (Schneefernerhaus, Germany), Information Theory and Earth Sciences, plenary talk: "Interplay between information theory, uncertainty quantification, and improving reduced-order predictions"

  14. BulletApril 2016 (SIAM UQ, Lausanne, Switzerland), minisymposium  "Perspectives on model-informed data assimilation"

  15. BulletDec 14-16, 2015 (Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK),  ATI scoping workshop on ‘Data-Rich Phenomena - Modelling, Analysing & Simulation Using Partial Differential Equations’, talk `Data-Driven Uncertainty Quantification in PDE/ODE Models: Information-Theoretic Perspective"

  16. BulletNov 2015 (Durham, UK) maths seminar, "Fundamental limitations of polynomial chaos expansions for uncertainty quantification"

  17. BulletJune 10, 2015, (Edinburgh, UK) workshop on Bayesian Inverse problems, “Well-posedness of Bayesian filtering algorithms with model error"

  18. BulletMarch 7-8, 2015 (Georgetown University, Washington DC) AMS sectional meeting: Data Assimilation: Recent Progress in Theory, Methods and Applications, “Quantifying Bayesian filter performance through path-space information theory"

  19. BulletMarch 1-6, 2015 (Les Houches, France) workshop: Theoretical Advances in Planetary Flows and Climate Dynamics, “Multi model mixture density estimators & information theory for stochastic filtering and prediction”

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
RECENT AND UPCOMING INVITED TALKS:

PAST EVENTS:

Maxwell Colloquium on Topological Fluid Dynamics, ICMS, March 12th, 2014http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/%7Embranick/max_coll/max_coll/Home.html
PhD studentships available via:
(There are many potential supervisors and projects to choose from within the Maxwell Institute including U. Edinburgh  and Herriot-Watt university)
Maxwell Colloquium - E. Ghys, L. Mahadevan,  UoE, May 15th Home_files/Ghys%20Mahadevan%20-Poster.pdf
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS:
Prediction and Data Assimilation for non-local diffusions,  ICMS, May 19-20, 2017 Home_files/Ghys%20Mahadevan%20-Poster_1.pdf
Department of Mathematics
University of Edinburghhttps://www.turing.ac.uk
                 & 
The Alan Turing Faculty Fellowhttps://www.turing.ac.uk

Michal Branicki


Lecturer (  tenured Assistant Professor)

James Clerk Maxwell Building

King’s Buildings

Edinburgh, UK

Office: 6214

Email: m.branicki (at) ed.ac.uk

Phone: (+44) 131 650 4878

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