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Uncertainty Quantification workshop in Cambridge

Finally got confirmation that I’ll be attending the first of several workshops on uncertainty quantification at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge in the second week of January.  The workshop — Key UQ Methodologies and Motivating Applications — has a great lineup of speakers, including Prof Tony O’Hagan from Sheffield, Prof Michael Goldstein from Durham, and good friend Prof Jakub Bijak from Southampton.

This is far from the only programme running on this topic — the INI is putting on a series of workshops and other programmes on UQ all the way through June next year!  The main UQ programme page has a summary of upcoming events.

Anyway, really looking forward to this — if the topic is of interest to you, be sure to sign up for one of the other workshops during this UQ season at the Institute.

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