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The University of Southampton

Data Science Event

10:00 - 13:30
23 May 2012
Building 54 Lecture Theatre 4A

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Event details

Event from the Computational Modelling Group: Southampton Initiative in Mathematical Modelling

This event will bring together researchers and practitioners to share ideas on data science and to learn about current research at the University of Southampton on modern data analysis and the mathematics of large data structures.

The Southampton Initiative in Mathematical Modelling (SIMM) represents researchers in the Mathematical Sciences at Southampton and facilitates and encourages collaborative research with other disciplines, industry and government bodies.

Attendance is free

10.00: Coffee from
10.30: "From Data to Decisions: The Power of Information in
the Age of the Web of Data"
Nigel Shadbolt (ECS)
11.00: "Spatio-Temporal Modelling: Confidentiality and Forecasting"
Sujit Sahu & Robin Mitra (S3RI & Maths)
11.25: "Spectral Analysis of Data"
Ruben Sanchez (Maths)
11.50: "Risk and Opportunity Management of Huge-Scale
Online Communities"
Thanos Avramidis (Maths)
12.15: "Mathematics of Data Sets"
Jacek Brodzki (Maths)
12.40: Lunch: academic-business networking & posters 

An event from our Computational Modelling Group

Bringing together Southampton university researchers using applied Computational Modelling to support the understanding and advancement of physical and natural sciences, engineering, medicine, economy, society, psychology.

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Speaker information

Professor Nigel Shadbolt,Professor of Artificial Intelligence

Dr Sujit Sahu,Senior Lecturer

Dr Robin Mitra,Lecturer

Dr Ruben Sanchez Garcia,Research Fellow

Dr Athanassios Avramidis,Lecturer

Professor Jacek Brodzki,says about his research 'I am fascinated by interactions between analysis and geometry. My current work revolves around problems in noncommutative geometry arising from the Baum-Connes conjecture, including characterisations of property A, exactness of groups and their consequences, and it is carried out mostly in collaboration with members of the research group Analytic and Geometric Methods in Group theory at Southampton.'

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