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Congratulations to Prof. Hiro Oh and Dr. Yvain Bruned for publishing papers in the prestigious Inventiones Math and Journal of the American Mathematical Society. Hiro's paper "Optimal integrability threshold for Gibbs ...
Miguel de Carvalho involved in the creation of the first International Day of Women in Statistics and Data Science
Miguel de Carvalho has been involved in the creation of the first International Day of Women in Statistics and Data Science - October 2022.
Miguel de Carvalho, President of the Portuguese Statistical Society
Miguel de Carvalho has been awarded the Lindley Prize for the article "On the Geometry of Bayesian Inference"
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.
Dr Lukasz Szpruch has been appointed as the lead on the Finance and Economic Data Science Programme at the Alan Turing Institute.
The School of Mathematics wishes to appoint a WHITTAKER RESEARCH FELLOW in STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS. The fellowship is a fixed term contract for two years.We are seeking an outstanding candidate with a track record of research ...
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.
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