The Department presents a series of regular colloquiums and seminars, engaging with universities and industry bodies around the world.
Thursday 08 February 12:00pm
An introduction to linguistics through an overview of how quantitative methods are employed in the scientific study of language
Wednesday 20 September 04:30pm
Optimization in the Darkness of Uncertainty: When you don't know what you don't know, and what you do know isn't much!
New classes of random discrete distributions on infinite simplex and their stick-breaking properties
Friday 26 May 12:00pm
Starting with a stable subordinator, the sequence of ordered jumps up till time 1, omitting the r largest of them, and taken as proportions of their sum defines a 2-parameter distribution on the infinite dimensional simplex.
From Longitudinal Data Analysis to Functional Data Analysis: Wearable Sensor Accelerometer Measured Physical Activity Data Analysis
Friday 12 May 12:00pm
Wearable sensor data acquisition and computing has the potential to be a revolution in public health, for they provide much more accurate measurement across period of time.
Friday 21 April 12:00pm
Joint work with Antoine Deleforge, Radu Horaud and Emeline Perthame.
Friday 24 March 12:00pm