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Des Higham has been awarded an EPSRC New Horizons grant entitled Mathematics of Adversarial Attacks
Des Higham has been awarded an EPSRC New Horizons grant entitled Mathematics of Adversarial Attacks. The grant is built on two observations: Empirical experiments have shown that even the most sophisticated and highly-regarded ...
Miguel de Carvalho has been elected President of the Portuguese Statistical Society
Miguel de Carvalho, President of the Portuguese Statistical Society
Centre for Statistics Conference and Public Lecture - Register Now!
The Centre for Statistics' annual conference and Public Lecture will take place next week (Dec 7th and 8th)
Buzzwords unwrapped: Artificial Intelligence and Digital Twin
Prof. Chris Dent kicks off a series in which he "unwraps" current prominent "buzzwords"
Energy data availability: The good, the bad and the ugly
Prof. Chris Dent on the issues surrounding availability of energy data.
Student Research Article - Ilaria Salerno
PhD Student Ilaria Salerno has written the following article as part of our series of Student Research Articles! Do you know how much energy you use for heating/cooling your home? It's surprising to notice that only a few ...
World Statistics Day 2020
This year's theme is "Connecting the world with data we can trust"
Prof. Chris Dent on data, algorithms and 2020 national assessment
Prof. Chris Dent writes on the issues around award of marks for national high school exams in the UK under Covid.
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 ...
Communicating statistics, risk and uncertainty in the age of Covid - Prof. David Spiegelhalter
The Centre for Statistics is excited to announce our next lecture: ‘Communicating statistics, risk and uncertainty in the age of Covid', with the inimitable Prof. David Spiegelhalter.