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Miguel de Carvalho, President of the Portuguese Statistical Society
Sjoerd Beentjes has collaborated with others on a paper; "Pervasive lesion segregation shapes cancer genome evolution"
Sjoerd Beentjes has collaborated with others, from across multiple Universities and Organisations, to produce an article discussing the effects of damage to DNA with regards to the development of cancer cells. This work took place ...
Michal Branicki has been awarded an ONR grant, by the Applied and Computational Analysis Division, to research "Geometry of information flow and uncertainty quantification for robust neural network architectures in deep learning". This ...
Miguel de Carvalho has been awarded the Lindley Prize for the article "On the Geometry of Bayesian Inference"
4th David Finney Lecture to be given by Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter (University of Cambridge)
Miguel de Carvalho been elected to the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA) Board of Directors.
Tibor Antal and Stefano Avanzini have created a mathematical model for predicting undetectable secondary tumours in cancer patients.
The Centre for Statistics will be welcoming John MacKenzie (partner at Shepherd and Wedderburn), Dr Alex Biedermann (University of Lausanne), and Wen Zhang (London School of Economics) who will showcasing modern opportunities for Statisticians and Data Scientists to work with lawyers to to improve the legal decision-making process. Joint event with the Royal Statistical Society.
The Centre for Statistics will be welcoming the world experts Jonathan Rougier (Rougier Consulting Ltd.), Georg Lindgren (Prof. Em., Lund University) and Jonathan Tawn (Prof. Lancaster University) who will introduce topics in risk, noise, and extreme events. Joint event with Heriot-Watt University via the Maxwell Institute.
The Centre for Statistics will be welcoming Ed Humpherson (UK Statistics Authority) and John MacInnes (RSS Vice President) who will be speaking about the importance of trustworthiness and the new RSS accreditation process.