Introduction

This event will bring together researchers studying topological methods in robotics, probabilistic tools in topology, adjacent areas of combinatorics and computer science.

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About the event

The field of data science is one that is ever growing and continually on the look out for new techniques and ideas to improve the capacity and speed of what can be analysed. There is a multitude of areas to find such innovation and to have a diverse box of tools to call upon to solve a problem.

This one day event aims to explore a broad and diverse range of mathematical disciplines that have data science as a point of common intersection. The day will consist of a series of talks and discussions from leading UK and international researchers who all work on pure mathematical problems inspired by and with surprising applications to data science.

This is a technical event and is suitable for individuals with a strong mathematical background and an interest in diverse new techniques to be applied to big data in the future.

Abstracts 

Abstracts for "Mathematics and data"

Agenda

Agenda for "Mathematics and data"

 

This event is supported by AAT, LMS and Institute of Applied Data Science, QMUL

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Location

The Alan Turing Institute

1st floor of the British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB