First PAI-Link Seminar: Maciek Glowacki, Mauro Camara Escudero (University of Bristol) and Ben Winter (Bangor University)

Launch of industry-focused seminar series DataScience@Work

Compass is excited to announce the launch of the DataScience@work seminar series. This new seminar series invites speakers from external organisations to talk about their experiences as Data Scientists in industry, government and the third sector. The dual meaning of DataScience@work focuses talks on both the technical side of the speakers’ roles as well as working as part of a wider organisation, and building a career in data science.

Highlighting the importance of the new seminar series, Prof Nick Whiteley (Compass Director) says…

Prof Nick Whiteley addresses industry partners

Compass aims to develop scientific and professionally agility in its students. Our goal is to connect technical expertise in data science with experience of thinking, communicating and collaborating across disciplines and across sectors. In our new DataScience@Work seminar series, Compass partners from industry will share insights into the key role of Data Science within their organisations, their objectives and future outlook. This is a great opportunity for our students to learn about career trajectories beyond academia, helping shape their aspirations and personal goals for life beyond the PhD. I’m especially grateful to Adarga, CheckRisk, IBM Research, Improbable, and Shell for leading this first season of DataScience@Work and for their ongoing support for Compass.

For further information on the seminar series, including invited speakers to the 2020/21 session, see the DataScience@work page.

 

Compass Special Lecture: Jonty Rougier

Compass is excited to announce that Jonty Rougier (2021 recipient of the Barnett Award) will be delivering a Compass Special Lecture.

Jonty’s experience lies in Computer Experiments, computational statistics and Machine Learning, uncertainty and risk assessment, and decision support. In 2021, he was awarded Barnett Award by the RSS, which is made to those internationally recognised for contributions in the field of environmental statistics, risk and uncertainty quantification. Rougier has also advised several UK Government departments and agencies, including a secondment to the Cabinet Office in 2016/17 to contribute to the UK National Risk Assessment.

 

Virtual Visiting Professor, Wei Biao Wu (University of Chicago): online colloquium on Wednesday 24 March

Lecture on Sequential Monte Carlo Samplers by Nicolas Chopin, ENSAE and Institut Polytechnique de Paris

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