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Mathematics for Measurement
|Forbes, Alistair||National Physical Laboratory|
|Higham, Des||University of Strathclyde|
|Ramage, Alison||University of Strathclyde|
Within the overarching theme of "mathematics for measurement" the first objective of this workshop is to bring together internationally leading mathematical scientists with expertise in: data assimilation; uncertainty quantification; probabilistic numerics'; inference in complex systems and statistical model comparison; and high performance scientific computing, in order to showcase the state-of-the-art, share expertise and initiate new collaborations within academia and beyond. The second objective is to draw particular attention to success stories and pressing challenges in two fields: the environment; and resilient cities. It is also the aim of the organisers to encourage the UK mathematical community to engage more fully with current activities in metrology. The workshop will bring together a mix of applied mathematicians, applied statisticians and related researchers from government labs, industry and stakeholder organisations, with an emphasis on accessible presentations that will encourage new research collaboration and knowledge exchange.
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