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AMSTAT Seminars 2010-11

Organisers: Gareth Roberts and Andrew Stuart

Term 2 2010/11 - The seminars will meet on Fridays at 12:00 in Lecture room B3.02 - Mathematics Institute, Zeeman Building

Poster (PDF Document)

  • Friday 14 January 2011
    Richard Hobbs (Durham) A Bayesian Approach to Quantifying Uncertainty in Complex Geophysical Models
  • Friday 21 January 2011
    Jochen Voss (Leeds) Stationary Distributions of Discretised SPDEs
  • Friday 28 January 2011
    Informal Group Meeting
  • Friday 4 February 2011
    Informal Group Meeting
  • Friday 11 February 2011
    Jonathan Carter (Imperial) Holes in the Ground (and Some of the Problems of Inverse Problems in Earth Science)
  • Friday 18 February 2011
    Arnulf Jentzen (Bielefeld) On the Global Lipschitz Assumption in Computational Stochastics
  • Friday 25 February 2011
    Stefan Grosskinsky (Warwick) Phase Transitions and Metastability in Stochastic Particle Systems
  • Friday 4 March 2011
    Francois-Xavier Vialard (Imperial) A Second Order Point of View for Deterministic and Stochastic Shape Evolutions
  • Friday 11 March 2011
    Poster Session
  • Friday 18 March 2011
    Tim Sullivan (Caltech) Optimal Uncertainty Quantification 

Term 1 2010/11 - The seminars are held on Fridays at 12:00 in Room B3.02 - Mathematics Institute

Poster (PDF Document)

 

  • Friday 8 October 2010
    Thomas Nichols (Warwick) Point Process Modelling of Brain Image Data
  • Friday 15 October 2010
    Sebastian Reich (Potsdam) Ensemble Kalman Filters: A New Perspective from Gradient Dynamics
  • Friday 22 October 2010
    David Hutchins (Warwick) Problems Arising from Personal Security Screening at Airports
  • Friday 29 October 2010
    Jonathan Rougier (Bristol) Stochastic Dynamical Modelling in Environmental Science
  • Friday 5 November 2010
    Chang-Tsun Li (Warwick) Image Forensics Based on Sensor Pattern Noise and Random Field Inference
  • Friday 12 November 2010
    Hilmi Kurt-Elli (Rolls Royce) The Identification of Individual Blade Vibration Properties from Bladed Disc Assembly Responses
  • Friday 19 November 2010
    Rick Wilkinson (Nottingham) Exploring the Approximation in ABC Algorithms
  • Friday 26 November 2010
    Raul Tempone (KAUST) Adaptive Multi-Level Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Friday 3 December 2010
    Dalia Chakrabarty (Warwick) Non-parametric Bayesian Estimation of Gravitational Potentials of Galaxies
  • Friday 10 December 2010
    Informal Group Meeting
  • Friday 17 December 2010
    Henry Abarbanel (California) Nonlinear State and Parameter Estimation in a Statistical Physics Setting