Turing Gateway activities will culminate from a bespoke approach. Enquiries and ideas may eminate from the need to address a specific technical issue or look for a better solution. Alternatively, they could be in response to the need to obtain ideas for next generation solutions from mathematicians involved in frontier research.
Gateway activities could take a number of forms:
- Events – workshops and consultations
- Training programmes
- Short to medium-term research programmes
Similar events are organised by the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences as part of the INI: Open for Business initiative.
Turing Gateway Events
A short meeting to bring together academics and industry participants in an attempt to identify objectives and avenues for further exploration to solve problems associated with the prediction of risk in finance.
An event to bring together academic researchers and industry experts in quantitative risk management and mathematical modelling in finance
A workshop to bring mathematicians in academia working in the field of liquid crystals together with representatives of industry producing liquid crystal materials and devices
A meeting to bring together representatives from UK industry with early career researchers and PhD students to facilitate transfer of expertise in both directions across the academia-industry interface
An event for the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to engage with academic mathematicians and statisticians to address major policy challenges and inform its decision-making
An event to bring together researchers from industry, applied and methodological Statistics to explore new challenges, disseminate best practice and to encourage and mentor early career researchers