Seminars

We organise a number of seminars based on our common interests. You might also be interested in the seminar series in Statistics, Numerical Analysis, Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics (AIMS), and Networks.

Inverse problems with imperfect forward operators,
Yury Korolev (University of Cambridge),
Location: 4W 1.7 Wolfson,  Time: 13:15, 26 Nov, 2019
How Many Labels Do You Need For Semi-Supervised Learning?,
Matt Thorpe (University of Manchester),
Location: 4W 1.7 Wolfson,  Time: 13:15, 22 Oct, 2019
Optimization Methods for Inverse Problems from Imaging,
Ke Chen (University of Liverpool),
Location: 4W 1.7 Wolfson,  Time: 13:15, 15 Oct, 2019
The geometry of first order methods and adaptive acceleration,
Clarice Poon (University of Bath),
Location: 4W 1.7 Wolfson,  Time: 12:15, 04 Oct, 2019
Assessing the performance in predicting terrorism in space and time using extreme gradient boosting and geostatistical models,
Andre Python (University of Oxford),
Location: CB 3.7,  Time: 14:15, 26 Mar, 2019
On Spectral Graph Clustering,
Carey E. Priebe (Johns Hopkins),
Location: CB 3.9,  Time: 14:15, 21 Mar, 2019
Bayesian inversion by deep learning with applications to tomography,
Ozan Oktem (Stockholm),
Location: 4W 1.7 Wolfson,  Time: 12:15, 01 Mar, 2019