This term’s Graduate Lecture Series will be held on Zoom and start at 3.30 pm unless otherwise stated.
|Week 1||Thursday 20th January||3.30 pm on Zoom||Graduate Lecture||Professor Garrett Morris,
Department of Statistics
Anti-Bias and Beyond
|Week 2||Thursday 27th January||3.30 pm on Zoom||Graduate Lecture||Details to follow shortly|
|Week 3||Thursday 3rd February||3.30 pm on Zoom||Graduate Lecture||Details to follow shortly|
|Week 4||Thursday 10th February||3.30 pm Large Lecture Theatre and Zoom||Distinguished Speaker Seminar||Professor Denise Lievesley, Honorary Fellow of Green Templeton College, University of Oxford
Ethics from the perspective of an applied statistician
|Week 5||Thursday 17th February||3.30 pm on Zoom||Graduate Lecture||Maria Christodoulou & Mariagrazia Zottoli, Department of Statistics
A Day in the Life of a Statistics Consultant
|Week 6||Thursday 24th February||3.30 pm on Zoom||Joint Statistics/Computer Science/BDI Talk||Samir Bhatt, Professor of Machine Learning and Public Health, University of Copenhagen and Professor of Statistics and Public Health, Imperial College London
Modelling infectious diseases: what can branching processes tell us?
|Week 7||Friday 4th March||3.00 pm on Zoom||Florence Nightingale Lecture and Panel Session||Professor Sir Bernard Silverman, Professor of Modern Slavery Statistics, University of Nottingham and Emeritus Professor of Statistics, University of Oxford
Statistics and the fight against modern slavery
|Week 8||Thursday 10th March||2.00 pm||Poster Session||Second year graduate student poster session|
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