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Professor David Abrahams

It is a pleasure to announce that David Abrahams will succeed John Toland as Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and NM Rothschild and Sons Professor of Mathematics in October 2016. He will be the sixth Director of the Isaac Newton Institute.

 

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Data Linkage and Anonymisation

4th July 2016 to 21st December 2016

The focus of this programme will be on contributions the mathematical sciences can make to enhancing opportunities for the analysis of data, especially obtained through linkage, whilst protecting privacy and taking account of related practical constraints. The programme will seek to promote exchange between the mathematical sciences and related disciplines, such as economics, as well as with practitioners and domain experts on the front line of enabling access to large databases: for example in official statistics, medical research and commerce. The programme will include five events designed to promote interchange between these different communities as well as to open these themes up to a wider spectrum of researchers in the mathematical sciences, including those at early career stages.

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Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis

11th July 2016 to 21st December 2016

The core of this 6-month programme is understanding and quantifying mathematical structure in network models. Networks are ubiquitous in modern science and society. In fact, whenever we observe entities and relationships between them, we have network data. The behaviour of almost all networks, natural or engineered, physical or information-based, involves a strong component of randomness and is typically not fully or directly observed. Considerable open challenges remain in proving properties both of generative mechanisms for such networks, as well as of methods for inference. This motivates the development of theoretical foundations for statistical network analysis.

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Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science

18th July 2016 to 21st December 2016

The programme will develop the main research topics in this area, such as the use of Bayesian networks for combining and evaluating multiple types of evidence, and statistical methods for DNA analysis, particularly in the difficult situations that arise in actual cases of forensic detection: mixed, low template or degraded DNA samples or rare Y-haplotypes. We will also examine the role statistical databases play in other types of trace evidence such as fibre analysis, soil analysis, and drug traces on banknotes.

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Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis

26th September 2016 to 29th September 2016
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Coming Soon

October 2016   Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Workshop
October 2016   Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Workshop
November 2016   Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Workshop
November 2016   Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Workshop
November 2016   CCIMI New Directions in the Mathematics of Information Workshop
November 2016   Future directions in network mathematics Satellite
December 2016   Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science- Dissemination Workshop Workshop
December 2016   New Approaches to Anonymisation Workshop
December 2016   New Developments in Data Privacy Workshop
December 2016   Engaging People in Data Privacy Workshop
December 2016   Dynamic Networks Workshop
January 2017   Non-Positive Curvature Group Actions and Cohomology Programme
January 2017   Homology Theories in Low Dimensional Topology Programme
January 2017   Operator Algebras: Subfactors and their Applications Programme
January 2017   Non-Positive Curvature in Action Workshop
January 2017   Winter school workshop Workshop
January 2017   Structure of Operator Algebras: Subfactors and Fusion Categories Workshop
January 2017   3-manifold workshop Workshop
March 2017   Young Geometric Group Theory Meeting VI Satellite
March 2017   Fixed point properties and proper actions Satellite
March 2017   Subfactors, Higher Geometry, Higher Twists and Almost Calabi-Yau Algebras Workshop

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Stimulating the interchange of knowledge and ideas between academics from different disciplines and users of modern mathematics such as industry and policy makers, the Turing Gateway facilitates access to experts with highly specialist mathematical knowledge.

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The Institute now invites proposals for 1-, 4- and 6-month research programmes in any branch of the mathematical sciences.

The deadline for submission is 31 January 2017, for consideration at the meeting of the Scientific Steering Committee in May 2017.

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