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Use of Big Health and Actuarial Data Impact Workshop

Prof. Elena Kulinskaya is the PI on the ARC programme on Use of Big Health and Actuarial Data for understanding Longevity and Morbidity risks. The research programme held a one day Impact...

Smarter maths generates better value insurance products

Lens on Research and Innovation  (LORI) was selected by EPSRC for their showcase of impact.  Visit: www.epscr.ac.uk/lori  

Congratulations to CMP Head of School Professor Gerard Parr on his MBE

Prof Gerard Parr, Head of the School of Computing Sciences, has been made an MBE in the New Year Honours, for his services to developing telecoms infrastructure in Northern Ireland (NIR)....

CMP and Earlham Institute researchers develop new phylogenetics software package

Together with researchers in the Earlham Institute, members of Phylogenetics group in CMP have developed SPECTRE, a new open-source software package, that simplifies the complex business of...

CMP New Funding Success

Prof Elena Kulinskaya (PI) with Prof Julia Koricheva (RHUL) and Dr Gillian Petrokofsky (Oxford) have been successful in the NERC 2017 Evidence Synthesis Training Pilot Scheme call. The...

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Women in Data 2017

Who should attend? People at all stages of their career: students, graduates, analysts, statisticians, consultants, managers and directors.

What will they learn? Practical guidance: showcasing the value and commercial benefits that data analytics can bring to an organisation to provide increased competitive edge. Success stories: hearing the inspirational journeys of some of the industry’s top talent and the secrets of securing those exclusive positions. Actionable insight: break-out workshops to give you the knowledge and skills to stand out and make a name for yourself.

When and where? Thursday the 30th of November at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London WC2B 5DA.

Registration? For free at http://www.datatech.org.uk/women-in-data-2017.aspx

More information? http://womenindata.co.uk/