About the event

Date: 9 March 2017 Time: 11:00 – 12:30 Watch the live stream here Recordings will be made available on our YouTube channel following the event.

The Short Talks are an opportunity for Turing researchers to introduce themselves, with a short presentation on their research interests and what they are working on at the Institute. All talks, unless stated otherwise, will be livestreamed and archived on the Institute's YouTube channel. Short Talks are 25-minutes each, followed by a 5-minute Q&A. This session of Short Talks will feature:

  • Leonardo Bottolo, University of Cambridge, Turing Faculty Fellow

 Bayesian models for sparse regression analysis of high dimensional data

  • Vidit Nanda, University of Oxford, Turing Research Fellow

        Topological data analysis

  • Anthony Lee, University of Warwick, Turing Faculty Fellow

        Parallel and Distributed Monte Carlo Algorithms For biographies, research interests and more, please visit Turing People

Further info


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