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Grant Success: Jacek Gondzio
Congratulations to Jacek Gondzio who has been awarded a Google Faculty Research Award.
SIGEST award for Peter Richtarik and Olivier Fercoq
Peter Richtarik, a Lecturer at the School of Mathematics, and his colleague and former postdoc Olivier Fercoq, now Assistant Professor at Telecom ParisTech, will receive the SIGEST Award of the Society for Industrial and Applied ...
EPSRC Grant Success: Ken McKinnon and Andreas Grothey
Congratulations to Ken McKinnon and Andreas Grothey who are Co-Investigators in the recently awarded Centre for Energy Systems Integration.
Lectureship in Operational Research
The School of Mathematics invites applications from highly qualified candidates for a fixed term (2.5 years) lectureship in operational research.
Ph.D. student paper in Nature Climate Change
Rafael Silva is the lead author on an article published on 18 January in Nature Climate Change.
MLconf Industry Impact Student Research Award
The CoCoA [NIPS 2014] / CoCoA+ [ICML 2015] distributed optimization algorithm developed in a duo of papers with two co-authors from Edinburgh (Martin TakÃ¡Ä, Peter Richtarik) has won the MLconf Industry Impact Student Research Award. The award goes to our coauthor Virginia Smith (UC Berkeley).
Grant success: Peter Richtarik
Congratulations to Peter Richtarik who has been awarded a five year EPSRC early career fellowship to work on "Randomized Algorithms for Extreme Convex Optimization". A postdoc will join Peter next year to work on ...
Olivier Fercoq and John Pearson win the 17th IMA Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis
Two former members of the School, Olivier Fercoq and John Pearson each won a 2nd prize at the 17th IMA Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis:
Two Postdocs shortlisted for the 17th Leslie Fox Prize
John Pearson, a Whittaker Fellow in the School of Mathematics, and Olivier Fercoq, a former Postdoc in the School, are among the six shortlisted finalists for the 17th Leslie Fox prize.
Big day for big data: the Alan Turing Institute
The School of Mathematics will join with computer scientists at Edinburgh University, as well as partners at 4 other major UK universities (Cambridge, Oxford, UCL and Warwick) in realising the vision of the Alan Turing Institute as the UK's hub for new research in data science.