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Uncertainty quantification for complex systems: theory and methodologies

3rd January 2018 to 29th June 2018

Organisers: Peter Challenor (University of Exeter), Max Gunzburger (Florida State University), Catherine Powell (University of Manchester), Henry Wynn (London School of Economics)

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Big data

Statistical scalability

10th January 2018 to 29th June 2018

We are living in the information age.  Modern technology is transforming our ability to collect and store data on unprecedented scales.  From the use of Oyster card data to improve London's transport network, to the Square Kilometre Array astrophysics project that has the potential to transform our understanding of the universe, `Big Data' can inform and enrich many aspects of our lives.  Given the prospects of transformational advances to standard practice in a plethora of data-rich industries, government agencies, science and technology, it is unsurprising that Big Data is currently receiving such a high level of media publicity.

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Big Data challenges: heterogeneity, model misspecification and changepoints

16th April 2018 to 20th April 2018

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The focus of this workshop will be to tackle emerging challenges associated with Big Data. This will encompass a variety of areas including heterogeneity, model misspecification and changepoints, outlining the latest research and describing key challenges that will help influence the research direction during the final phase of the Statistical Scalability programme.

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The Institute invites proposals for research programmes in any branch of mathematics or the mathematical sciences. The Scientific Steering Committee meets twice each year to consider proposals for programmes (of 4-week, 4-month or 6-month duration) to run two or three years later. Proposals to be considered at these meetings should be submitted by 31 January or 31 July respectively.

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