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Graduate Lecture Series HT22

17 Jan - 11 Mar 22

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

Previous Graduate Lectures:

MT21; TT21; HT21; MT21