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Events in the Department of Mathematics

Find out more about events, seminars and public lectures in the Department of Mathematics.

Christian Rohrbeck - (- Online)

14:00 - 15:00 18 January 2023

Christian Rohrbeck, Lecturer in Statistics at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath is our speaker for the Statistics seminar series. Title: Abstract: Venue: Frank Adams Seminar Room 2 Alan Turing Building Manchester M13 9PL

Training Course on In situ experiments and Digital Volume Correlation

09 - 10 February 2023

Digital Volume Correlation (DVC) is a powerful experimental technique that computes 3D full-field displacement and strain maps from volumes images acquired during a deformation process of a material. DVC is the 3D extension of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) which was first described four decades ago. The emergence of DVC started early 2000s with...

Jordan Richards - (- Online)

14:00 - 15:00 15 February 2023

Jordan Richards, postdoctoral fellow in Extreme Statistics at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology is our speaker for the Statistics seminar series. Title: Abstract: Venue: Frank Adams Seminar Room 2 Alan Turing Building Manchester M13 9PL

Training Course on Visualisation & quantification of tomographic datasets

21 - 22 February 2023

A 2 day training course covering theory and computer-based practical works using the Thermo Scientificâ„¢ Amira-Avizo Software. Lab/synchrotron X-ray tomography has emerged as one of the most important techniques for research in a wide range of applications including healthcare, energy, food and geology. Advances in the quality of X-ray beams,...

Training Course on Advanced Scripting and Batching of Tomographic Datasets

27 - 28 February 2023

Although X-ray tomography is an attractive characterisation technique in materials science, it generates a huge amount of data at a fast rate and it can be extremely time consuming to process the data manually. A great benefit to creating scripts and plugins in Avizo is the ability to reuse a workflow on more than one image or to develop a bespoke...

Nema Dean - Spatio-temporal modelling of respiratory disease risk with changing spatial boundaries (- in person)

14:00 - 15:00 08 March 2023

Nema Dean, Senior Lecturer in Statistics in the Department of Statistics at the University of Glasgow is our speaker for the Statistics seminar series. Title: Spatio-temporal modelling of respiratory disease risk with changing spatial boundaries Abstract: Spatial modelling of areal data allows us to investigate patterns and variation in outcomes...

Rebecca Lewis - (- in person stat seminar)

14:00 - 15:00 15 March 2023

Rebecca Lewis, PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at the Imperial College London is our speaker for the Statistics seminar series. Title: Abstract: Venue: Frank Adams Seminar Room 2 Alan Turing Building Manchester M13 9PL

Training Course on Visualisation & quantification of tomographic datasets

27 - 28 March 2023

A 2 day training course covering theory and computer-based practical works using the Thermo Scientificâ„¢ Amira-Avizo Software. Lab/synchrotron X-ray tomography has emerged as one of the most important techniques for research in a wide range of applications including healthcare, energy, food and geology. Advances in the quality of X-ray beams,...

Training Course on Advanced Scripting and Batching of Tomographic Datasets

30 - 31 March 2023

Although X-ray tomography is an attractive characterisation technique in materials science, it generates a huge amount of data at a fast rate and it can be extremely time consuming to process the data manually. A great benefit to creating scripts and plugins in Avizo is the ability to reuse a workflow on more than one image or to develop a bespoke...

Training Course on In situ experiments and Digital Volume Correlation

05 - 06 April 2023

Digital Volume Correlation (DVC) is a powerful experimental technique that computes 3D full-field displacement and strain maps from volumes images acquired during a deformation process of a material. DVC is the 3D extension of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) which was first described four decades ago. The emergence of DVC started early 2000s with...