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Open for Business Events

Open for Business events form part of the Institute's mission to foster links between academic research and the business world. The aim is to bring together academic researchers in the mathematical sciences with industrial, commercial and government organisations and individuals to enable formal and informal discussion and networking.

Open for Business events are organised in conjunction with the Knowledge Transfer Network for Industrial Mathematics (KTN) and whenever appropriate with the Centre for Science and Policy. They are supported by the Higher Education Innovation Fund of the University of Cambridge.

Our Open for Business events provide opportunities, at senior level, for cross-fertilisation between the business-facing activities of the KTN and the research focus of the Institute. Our events are structured to enable the formation of new relationships on the business-academic interface and to assist in identifying the common challenges that have greatest potential for research, knowledge transfer, public policy and commercial impact.

For more details about Open for Business events please contact info@turing-gateway.cam.ac.uk

Upcoming Events:

  • Understanding Microbial Communities: Function, Structure and Dynamics Open For Business Event (in association with the UMC programme): 3-4 December 2014

Upcoming Events

Systemic risk and Macroprudential Regulation: Perspectives from Network Analysis

13th October 2014

Organisers: Ramo Cont, Tomohiro Ota and Filip Zikes
Venue: Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AH

A one-day workshop co-organised with the Bank of England.

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Recent Events

Quantum Control Engineering: Mathematical Solutions for Industry

7th August 2014

This Open for Business half day event was part of an Isaac Newton Institute research programme which brought together leading expertise in the multiple disciplines involved in quantum control engineering. It gave an overview of the mathematical and theoretical framework currently being developed in quantum control as an underpinning discipline of quantum technology.

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Water Waves Theories and the Marine Industries

30th July 2014

This Open for Business half day event was part of an Isaac Newton Institute research programme which brought together leading expertise in the multiple disciplines involved in the theory of water waves. This event was structured to enable the formation of new relationships on the business-academic interface and to assist in identifying the common challenges that have greatest potential for research, knowledge transfer, public policy and commercial impact.

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Infectious Disease Dynamics: Mathematical Modelling for Public Health

5th June 2014

This Open for Business half day event was part of a programme of events held at the Isaac Newton Institute during the 2013/14 Programme on Epidemic Modelling.

This workshop aimed to highlight fundamental problems inherent in modelling specific diseases and their public health impact. It brought together mathematicians, statisticians, epidemiologists, biologists and ecologists as well as policy makers/government, health managers, NGOs, funding agencies and industry.

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Metagenomics - Insights from Mathematical, Statistical & Computational Research (OFB)

14th April 2014

The Turing Gateway to Mathematics held a half day event on Metagenomics - Insights from Mathematical, Statistical and Computational Research on Monday 14th April 2014. This Open for Business half day event was part of an Isaac Newton Institute research programme which brought together leading expertise in the multiple disciplines involved in metagenomics. A key aim of this workshop was to highlight the latest state-of-the art models and methods which have been developed in this area and to share this information between industry and academic experts.

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Mathematics of Applied and Medical Imaging

11th February 2014 to 11th August 2014

This half day Open for Business workshop was part of a one week follow-up meeting on Inverse Problems.

There have been many recent developments in the mathematical problems associated with inverse problems in medical imaging and this workshop aimed to disseminate the latest findings and techniques and provided an interface between academia and users of the technologies.

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