1. BulletJan 2021, AMS Joint Mathematical Meeting, Fluid Dynamics, Turbulence and Data Assimilation, Washington, DC, USA

  2. BulletNov 5-19, 2020, NRL, Monterrey, US, Workshop on Data Assimilation

  3. BulletDec 11-14, 2019, SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations: Rigorous and computational studies of Data Assimilation, Palm Springs, US

  4. BulletNov 25, 2019, Maths seminar, Shanghai University, China

  5. BulletNov 7, 2019, Maths Colloquium, Hong Kong University, HK

  6. BulletJuly 8-12, 2019, AIP Applied Inverse Problems, Grenoble, France 

  7. BulletJuly 8-12, 2019, Equadiff19, Leiden, The Netherlands

  8. BulletJune 6, 2019, maths seminar, U. Utrecht, The Netherlands

  9. BulletMay 21-25, 2019, SIAM Conf on Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, US

  10. BulletMarch 15-19, 2019, Courant Institute, NYU, US 

  11. BulletJun 25-29, 2018, Schroedinger Institute, Vienna,  Interplay of multi-scale data assimilation with advanced PDE discretisations

  12. BulletMarch 12-16, 2018, Schroedinger Institute, Vienna, Mathematical aspects of Physical Oceanography

  13. BulletNov 13-17, 2017, IPAM, UCLA, USA, , Uncertainty Quantification for Stochastic Systems

  14. BulletSep 12, SciCADE’17, Bath, UK, Inverse Problems and Data Assimilation 

  15. BulletAug 21-25, 2017, SAMSI, NC, USA

  16. BulletJul 10-14, 2017, SIAM Annual Meeting,  Pittsburgh, PA, USA

  17. BulletMay 8-10, 2017, LMS/Turing workshop on Inverse Problems and Data Science, Edinburgh

  18. BulletJun 25-23, 2017, (ENOC17), 9th  European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference  Budapest, Hungary

  19. BulletMar 27 - 29, 2017 (FU Berlin, Zuse Institute) SFB114, Information-theoretic methods for complex systems

  20. BulletJan 9-12, 2017 (Institute for Advanced Study, TU Munich)  Machine learning challenges in multiscale systems

  21. BulletOct 23-29, 2016 (CiC, UNAM, Mexico)  Partial orders, Mixing, Majorization and Applications

  22. BulletSep 30 - Oct 2, 2016 (Philadelphia, USA) SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth, minisymposium: Recent Theoretical and Computational Advances in Prediction of Rare and Extreme Events

  23. BulletJul 1-5, 2016 (Orlando, FL, USA) 11th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, minisymposium: Data assimilation and nonlinear filtering, “Well-posedness and accuracy for a class of nonlinear mini-max filters"

  24. BulletApril 2016 (Schneefernerhaus, Germany), Information Theory and Earth Sciences, plenary talk: "Interplay between information theory, uncertainty quantification, and improving reduced-order predictions"

  25. BulletApril 2016 (SIAM UQ, Lausanne, Switzerland), minisymposium  "Perspectives on model-informed data assimilation"

  26. BulletDec 14-16, 2015 (Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK),  ATI scoping workshop on ‘Data-Rich Phenomena - Modelling, Analysing & Simulation Using Partial Differential Equations’, talk `Data-Driven Uncertainty Quantification in PDE/ODE Models: Information-Theoretic Perspective"

  27. BulletNov 2015 (Durham, UK) maths seminar, "Fundamental limitations of polynomial chaos expansions for uncertainty quantification"

  28. BulletJune 10, 2015, (Edinburgh, UK) workshop on Bayesian Inverse problems, “Well-posedness of Bayesian filtering algorithms with model error"

  29. BulletMarch 7-8, 2015 (Georgetown University, Washington DC) AMS sectional meeting: Data Assimilation: Recent Progress in Theory, Methods and Applications, “Quantifying Bayesian filter performance through path-space information theory"

  30. BulletMarch 1-6, 2015 (Les Houches, France) workshop: Theoretical Advances in Planetary Flows and Climate Dynamics, “Multi model mixture density estimators & information theory for stochastic filtering and prediction”



PhD studentships available via:
(There are many potential supervisors and projects to choose from within the Maxwell Institute including U. Edinburgh  and Herriot-Watt university)

Michal Branicki


James Clerk Maxwell Building

King’s Buildings

Edinburgh, UK

Office: 6214

Email: m.branicki (at) ed.ac.uk

Phone: (+44) 131 650 4878


Also check


The Alan Turing Faculty Fellow

Maxwell Colloquium - E. Ghys, L. Mahadevan,  UoE, May 15th Home_files/Ghys%20Mahadevan%20-Poster.pdf
Maxwell Colloquium on Topological Fluid Dynamics, ICMS, March 12th, 2014http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/%7Embranick/max_coll/max_coll/Home.html
Prediction and Data Assimilation for non-local diffusions,  ICMS, May 19-20, 2017 http://www.macs.hw.ac.uk/~hg94/da18