CfS Afternoon on Risk, Noise, and Extremes
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.
CfS Symposium on Training and Education
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.
Simons Collaboration on Homological Mirror Symmetry awarded to Nick Sheridan
Nick Sheridan has been awarded funding worth over £250,000 as part of the Simons Collaboration on Homological Mirror Symmetry.
Royal Society University Research Fellowship awarded to Tim Adamo
Tim Adamo has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship worth over £600,000.
ERC Starting Grant Awarded to Nick Sheridan
Nick Sheridan has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant worth over £1 million entitled ‘Homological mirror symmetry, Hodge theory and symplectic topology'.
Sara Wade receives Honourable Mention for the 2019 Young Biometrician Award
Dr. Sara Wade had been given an Honourable Mention for the 2019 Young Biometrician Award by the British and Irish Region of the International Biometric Society (IBS). The award acknowledges her work on Bayesian nonparametric regression ...
LMS Berwick Prize Awarded
Clark Barwick has been awarded the LMS Berwick prize.
LMS Whitehead Prize Awarded
Nick Sheridan has been awarded the LMS Whitehead Prize.
EVA2021 goes to Edinburgh
We are very pleased to announce that the 12th conference on Extreme Value Analysis will be held in Edinburgh, 28 June - 2 July, 2021. Since their inception in Vimeiro, Portugal in 1983, EVA conferences have regularly gathered ...
CfS Annual Conference
The first Annual Conference of the Centre for Statistics took place at ECCI on June 11, 2011. The conference brought together researchers about 80 researchers working with data from across the University of Edinburgh and Associated Institutions.