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TGM Corporate Partnership Leaflet
Our Corporate Partnership Scheme Leaflet highlights the networking and collaborative opportunities for Corporate Partners.

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Newsletter April 2015
The April 2015 newsletter provides details of recent activity and information on upcoming events. Please let the TGM know if you would like to be added to the mailing list.

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Maths and Public Policy Summary Notes now available to view
Summary notes from the recent EPSRC Cities and Infrastructure and Health and Society workshops are now available to view on-line. These documents summarise the key messages and discussions from the each of the workshops.

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--> Chalkdust Maths Magazine Available On-line
The 1st issue of newly published mathematics magazine is now available online. The magazine is a collection of articles, features and pictures which are interesting, fun and thought-provoking.

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Maths and Public Policy Speaker Presentations now available to view
Speaker presentations from the recent Maths and Public Policy Cities & Infrastructure and Health & Society workshops held in March 2015 are now available to view on-line.

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Newsletter January 2015
The January 2015 newsletter provides details of recent activity and information on upcoming events. Please let the TGM know if you would like to be added to the mailing list.

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TGM Annual Report
The second Turing Gateway to Mathematics Annual Report covering the period 1 August 2013 - 31 July 2014 is available to view online. Please email us if you would like to request a printed copy.

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Upcoming Event Cryptography

Challenges in Dynamic Imaging Data, Tuesday 9th - Thursday 11th June 2015, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge

The processing and analysis of time-varying data (such as in videos), encompasses many challenges, such as how to manage time varying aspects in order to detect objects, track and analyse their behaviours so that what is happening in a sequence of images can be better understood.

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Upcoming Event Big Data

The Role of Inverse Problems and Optimisation in Uncertainty Quantification, Wednesday 17th - Thursday 18th June 2015, ICMS Edinburgh

There are a number of recognised problems in the areas of inverse problems and optimisation in uncertainty quantification. In current decision making, it is usual to update a probabilistic model of the system using a mixture of data assimilation and inverse problems solutions and to then frame a stochastic optimisation problem in order to make decisions as the need arises.

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Upcoming Event Cryptography

Design of Experiments in Drug Development - Open for Business Event, Thursday 9th July 2015, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge

One of the most important areas in drug development is the design of experiments. The better these are, the more efficient the trials. Such efficiencies lead to fewer patients, shorter timeframes and reduced costs.

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Upcoming Event Cryptography

3rd European Optimisation in Space Engineering (OSE) Workshop, 17th - 18th September 2015, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

The third workshop on Optimisation in Space Engineering (OSE) is an event jointly organised by the Turing Gateway to Mathematics (TGM), the University of Southampton, University of Birmingham, the European Space Agency (ESA), Airbus Defence and Space, University of Strathclyde and University of Bremen.

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Past Event Cryptography

Reasoning via Formal Models in Economics, 29th April, 6th May and 13th May 2015, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge

It is not uncommonly thought that the purpose of formal, mathematical models in the social sciences (most especially, perhaps, economics) is to forecast the future. Because it is judged that economists are especially bad at such forecasts, there is growing criticism of mathematical modes of thinking in the social sciences in general, and economics in particular. In fact there is a selection bias in the criticism.

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Past Event Biophysical Multi-Scale Models of the Heart

Scoping Meeting on Incorporating Uncertainty Quantification into Biophysical Multi-Scale Models of the Heart, 7th May 2015 - Kings College, London

Programmes with a focus on models of the heart have been held at the Isaac Newton Institute in 2001 and again in 2009. We are proposing to hold a new programme, centred on the need to bring uncertainty quantification techniques into models of cardiac physiology to enable parameter estimation, quantify sensitivity and provide guidance on model confidence.

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