Events

New frontiers: Advanced modelling in space and time (Bath)

BUC-IV is the third in the series of workshops with the theme of Big Data and Statistics in Environmental Research. As with previous BUCs, there will be a short-course and a conference for PhD students and young reseachers.

Trees and tree-like structures (CIMAT)

A non-traditional workshop will look at open questions and problem formulation in the realms of random trees and tree-like stochastic processes. The workshop consists of problem formulation and group discussion leading to collaborative resaerch.

Thinking globally: The role of big data (UNAM)

BUC-II will include a PhD conference and short-course, the second in the series on Big Data and Statistics in Environmental Research; `Thinking globally: the role of big data’ to be presented by Gavin Shaddick (Bath), Dan Simpson (Bath) and Karim Anaya-Izquierdo (Bath)

When populations and hazards collide: modelling exposures and health risks (CIMAT)

BUC-I includes a PhD conference and short-course; `When populations and hazards collide: modelling exposures and health risks’ presented by Gavin Shaddick (Bath) and Jim Zidek (UBC). The short-course is the first in a series of three on Big Data and Statistics in Environmental Research.

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