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The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a national and international visitor research institute. It runs research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology. You can receive regular information by email on Institute seminars and events by subscribing to our mailing lists: follow the instructions at http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/mailing.html. There are lists for each individual Institute programme. If you have a question about this list, please contact: Jonathan H N Chin; Chie Sibley Obata; Kathryn de Ridder; sf311; Clare Merritt; info@newton.ac.uk; sw312. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser. 49 upcoming talks and 7019 talks in the archive: show all (slow!). On the set of L-space surgeries for linksHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Evgeny Gorsky (University of California, Davis). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 March 2017, 15:15-16:15 A relative tensor product of rational full conformal field theoriesOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Yasu Kawahigashi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 21 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 Braid monodromy, orderings, and transverse invariantsHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Olga Plamenevskaya (Stony Brook University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 March 2017, 15:15-16:15 Weak Morita equivalence of compact quantum groupsOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Makoto Yamashita (Ochanomizu University ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 Finite-dimensional representations constructed from random walksNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Narutaka Ozawa (Kyoto University; Kyoto University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 March 2017, 11:00-12:00 Caratheodory's metrics on Teichmuller spacesNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Vladimir Markovic (CALTECH (California Institute of Technology); CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 March 2017, 10:00-11:00 6. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 March 2017, 14:00-16:00 Tutte's golden identity from a fusion categoryOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Paul Fendley (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 Approximate groups: structure theorem for special classes of groupsNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Emmanuel Breuillard (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 March 2017, 10:00-12:00 The wrapped Fukaya category of a Weinstein manifold is generated by the cocores of the critical handlesHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Paolo Ghiggini (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université de Nantes). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 March 2017, 15:15-16:15 Approximate equivalence of measure-preserving actionsOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Andreas Aaserud (Cardiff University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 Computing Kazhdan constants by computer.NPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Koji Fujiwara (Kyoto University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 March 2017, 11:00-12:00 Incompressible surfaces in closed locally symmetric manifoldsNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Ursula Hamenstaedt (University of Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 March 2017, 10:00-11:00 5. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 08 March 2017, 14:00-16:00 T-duality and the condensed matter bulk-boundary correspondenceOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Keith Hannabuss (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 Approximate groups: basic definitions, structure theorem and geometric consequencesNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Emmanuel Breuillard (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 March 2017, 10:00-12:00 Closing RemarksTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Alice Whittemore (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 15:10-15:20 Mirages, in the Spirit of JBK: Rays, Caustics, Waves and Raman's Instructive ConfusionTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Michael Berry (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 14:50-15:10 Radiation by a Dielectric WedgeTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Anthony Rawlins (Brunel University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 14:30-14:50 From Kiiking to KuzmakTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Sam Howison (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 14:10-14:30 An Asymptotic Matching Problem in Braginskii MagnetohydrodynamicsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Paul Dellar (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 13:50-14:10 Numerical Investigations of the Properties of Nonlinear Free Surface FlowsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Jean-Marc Vanden-Broeck (University College London; University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 13:30-13:50 The Unified Transform, Imaging, AsymtoticsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Thanasis Fokas (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 12:15-12:35 Effective Properties of Doubly Periodic MediaTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Richard Craster (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 11:55-12:15 Complex Rays, Cones of Silence and CatastrophesTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Christopher Howls (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 11:35-11:55 Joe Keller and the Courant Institute 1970-71: Beginning a Mathematical JourneyTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Brian Sleeman (University of Leeds; University of Dundee). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 11:15-11:35 On the Buckling of Elastic Rings by External ConfinementTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Tom Mullin (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 10:25-10:45 Understanding Angiogenesis through Modeling and AsymptoticsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Luis Bonilla (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 10:05-10:25 Computational Wave Propagation in the Spirit of the Geometrical Theory of DiffractionTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Dave Hewett (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 09:45-10:05 The Differential Geometry and Mechanics of Tying Your ShoelacesTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller John H. Maddocks (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 09:25-09:45 Spectacle Lens Design following Hamilton, Maxwell and KellerTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Jacob Rubinstein (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 09:05-09:25 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Hilary Ockendon (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 March 2017, 09:00-09:05 On Nonreflecting Boundary ConditionsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Marcus Grote (Universität Basel). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 17:10-17:30 Kellerods and KelasticasTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Alain Goriely (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 16:50-17:10 Liesegang RingsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Andrew Fowler (University of Limerick; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 16:30-16:50 The Motion of Surfactant-Laden BubblesTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Demetrios Papageorgiou (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 16:10-16:30 Floating with Surface Tension: From Archimedes to KellerTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Dominic Vella (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 15:50-16:10 Keller's Influence Behind the "Iron Curtain": GTD Ideas in the Soviet/Russian Diffraction SchoolTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Valery Smyshlyaev (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 15:00-15:20 Mathematics of the Faraday CageTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Jonathan Chapman (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 14:40-15:00 Discrete Modelling of Wave-Droplet DynamicsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Paul Milewski (University of Bath); Carlos Galeano-Rios (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 14:20-14:40 Keller Cones in AeroacousticsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller C. John Chapman (Keele University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 14:00-14:20 A generalization of the Temperley-Lieb algebra from restricted quantum sl2OAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Stephen Moore (Cardiff University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 14:00-15:00 HairodynamicsTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller Raymond Goldstein (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 13:40-14:00 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW44 - Mathematics in the Spirit of Joe Keller David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 13:30-13:40 A Banachic generalization of Shalom's property H_FD.NPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Romain Tessera (Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 March 2017, 10:00-12:00 Approximate groups: an introductionNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Emmanuel Breuillard (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 March 2017, 14:00-16:00 Semigroup actions on operator algebrasOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Evgenios Kakariadis (University of Newcastle upon Tyne). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Towards a homological model for the Colored JonesHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Cristina Ana-Maria Anghel (Université Paris 7 - Denis-Diderot). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 February 2017, 15:15-16:15 Herz-Schur multipliers of dynamical systemsOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Ivan Todorov (Queen's University Belfast). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Geometry of finite quotients of groups.NPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Anastasia Khukhro (). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 February 2017, 10:00-12:00 4. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 22 February 2017, 14:00-16:00 Membrane Matrix Models and non-perturbative tests of gauge/gravityOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Denjoe O'Connor (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 21 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 The Seifert form's optimal bounds for slice generaHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Lukas Lewark (Universität Bern). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 February 2017, 15:15-16:15 Endomorphisms and automorphisms of the 2-adic ring C*-algebra Q_2OAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Stefano Rossi (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata; Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Monster groups acting on CAT(0) spacesNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Rémi Coulon (Université de Rennes 1; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 February 2017, 10:00-12:00 Indecomposable characters of infinite dimensional groups associated with operator algebrasOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Masaki Izumi (Kyoto University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Correction terms and the non-orientable 4-genusHTL - Homology theories in low dimensional topology Marco Golla (Uppsala Universitet). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 February 2017, 15:15-16:30 Conformal covariance and the split propertyOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Vincenzo Morinelli (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Quasi-flats in hierarchically hyperbolic spacesNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Alessandro Sisto (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 February 2017, 10:00-12:00 Free products in AQFTOAS - Operator algebras: subfactors and their applications Yoh Tanimoto (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Filtering the Heegaard Floer contact invariantHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Gordana Matic (University of Georgia ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 February 2017, 15:30-16:30 Stein fillings and SU(2) representationsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop John Baldwin (Boston College; Boston College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 Knot concordance in homology spheresHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Jen Hom (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 February 2017, 11:30-12:30 Pin(2)-equivariant Floer homology and homology cobordismHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Matthew Stoffregen (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 February 2017, 10:00-11:00 Floer homology and covering spacesHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Ciprian Manolescu (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 03 February 2017, 09:00-10:00 A Gordon-Litherland form for ribbon surfacesHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Brendan Owens (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 15:30-16:30 Characterizing slopes for torus knotsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Duncan McCoy (University of Texas at Austin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 14:00-15:00 3-manifold groups epimorphisms and rigidityHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Michel Boileau (Université de Provence Aix Marseille 1). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 11:30-12:30 Branched covers of quasipositive links and L-spacesHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Steven Boyer (UQAM - Université du Québec à Montréal). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 10:00-11:00 On infinite torsion subgroups of CAT(0) groupsNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Eric Swenson (Brigham Young University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 10:00-12:00 On tunnel number one knots with lens space surgeriesHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Tali Pinsky (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 February 2017, 09:00-10:00 3. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 February 2017, 14:00-17:30 Boundary-reducing surgeries and bridge numberHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop John Luecke (University of Texas at Austin; University of Texas at Austin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 February 2017, 11:30-12:30 Constructions of asymmetric L-space knotsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Ken Baker (University of Miami). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 February 2017, 10:00-11:00 Null surgery on knots in L-spacesHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Yi Ni (CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 01 February 2017, 09:00-10:00 The Temperley-Lieb category in operator algebras and in link homologyOAS - Operator Algebras: Subfactors and their Applications Scott Morrison (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 15:30-16:30 The Temperley-Lieb category in operator algebras and in link homologyHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Scott Morrison (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 15:30-16:30 Cobordism maps in knot Floer homologyHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Andras Juhasz (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 14:00-15:00 Generalized torsion elements and bi-orderability of 3-manifold groupsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Masakazu Teragaito (Hiroshima University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Diagram Uniqueness for Highly Twisted PlatsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Yoav Moriah (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Slopes, colored links and Kojima's eta concordance invariantHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Ana Lecuona (Aix Marseille Université). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 L-space surgeries on iterated satellites by torus linksHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Sarah Rasmussen (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 January 2017, 15:30-16:30 Floer homology, group orders, and taut foliations of hyperbolic 3-manifoldsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Nathan Dunfield (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 January 2017, 14:00-15:00 The complexity of unknot recognitionHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Marc Lackenby (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Polytope invariants of groups and manifoldsHTLW02 - 3-manifold workshop Stefan Friedl (Universität Regensburg; Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 30 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Operator algebras in rigid C*-tensor categories, part IIOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories David Penneys (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Eigenvalues of rotations and braids in spherical fusion categoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Henry Tucker (University of California, San Diego). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Trivalent CategoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Noah Snyder (Indiana University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Algebras, automorphisms, and extensions of quadratic fusion categoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Pinhas Grossman (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 On gauging symmetry of modular categoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Julia Plavnik (Texas A&M University ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Modular invariants for group-theoretical modular dataOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Alexei Davydov (Ohio University; Ohio University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Braids, Cosimplicial Identities, Spreadability, SubfactorsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Rolf Gohm (Aberystwyth University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 An elementary approach to unitary representations of the Thompson group FOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Claus Kostler (University College Cork). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Buildings and C*-algebrasOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Alina Vdovina (Newcastle University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Conformal field theory out of equilibriumOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Benjamin Doyon (King's College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Generalizing Bestvina-Brady groups using branched coversNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Ian Leary (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 January 2017, 10:00-12:00 tbaOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Alice Guionnet (ENS - Lyon). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Screening operators in conformal field models and beyondOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Alexei Semikhatov (Lebedev Physical Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 2. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-Positive Curvature Group Actions and Cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 14:00-16:00 Crossed-products by locally compact groups and intermediate subfactors.OASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Arnaud Brothier (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Cohomology and $L^2$-Betti numbers for subfactors and quasi-regular inclusionsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Dima Shlyakhtenko (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Classification of free Araki-Woods factorsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 A classification of real-line group actions with faithful Connes--Takesaki modules on hyperfinite factorsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Koichi Shimada (Kyoto University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 W$^*$-Bundles and Continuous Families of SubfactorsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Sam Evington (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Structure and classification of nuclear C*-algebras: The role of the UCTOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Wilhelm Winter (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 The structure of simple nuclear C*-algebras: a von Neumann prospectiveOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Stuart White (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 The classification of unital simple separable C*-algebras with finite nuclear dimensionOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories George Elliott (University of Toronto; Cardiff University; University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 On fundamental groups of tensor product II_1 factorsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Yusuke Isono (Kyoto University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Dualizability and orientability of tensor categoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories David Jordan (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Operator Algebras in rigid C*-tensor categoriesOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Corey Jones (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 A diagrammatic approach to Ocneanu cellsOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Stephen Bigelow (University of California, Santa Barbara). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 On rigidity in II1 factor frameworkOASW01 - Structure of operator algebras: subfactors and fusion categories Sorin Popa (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Foliations on 3-manifolds IIIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Rachel Roberts (Washington University in St. Louis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 2-representations of braid groups, continuedHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Anthony Licata (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 HOMFLY-PT homologyHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Jacob Rasmussen (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Representation theory, cohomology and L^2-Betti numbers for subfactorsOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 10:30-12:00 Bordered via curves and train tracks IIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Liam Watson (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Bordered via curves and train tracks IHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Liam Watson (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Operator Algebras and Conformal Field TheoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Roberto Longo (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 20 January 2017, 09:00-10:30 Foliations on 3-manifolds IIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Rachel Roberts (Washington University in St. Louis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Representation theory, cohomology and L^2-Betti numbers for subfactorsOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 Annular Khovanov-Lee theory of braid closures and braided surfacesHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Eli Grigsby (Boston College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Operator Algebras and Conformal Field TheoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Roberto Longo (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Annular Khovanov-Lee theory and representation theoryHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Eli Grigsby (Boston College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology IV, cont.HTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Random walks on random symmetric groups.NPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Andrzej Zuk (Université Paris 7 - Denis-Diderot). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 10:00-12:00 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology IVHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Foliations on 3-manifolds IHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Rachel Roberts (Washington University in St. Louis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 The categorified Burau representationHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Anthony Licata (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 1. Lp-cohomologyNPC - Non-positive curvature group actions and cohomology Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 14:00-16:00 Trivial braid detection via Khovanov homologyHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Eli Grigsby (Boston College). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Representation theory, cohomology and L^2-Betti numbers for subfactorsOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 10:30-12:00 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology III, cont.HTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology IIIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Operator Algebras and Conformal Field TheoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Roberto Longo (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 January 2017, 09:00-10:30 Contact structures on 3-manifolds IIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Andy Wand (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Representation theory, cohomology and L^2-Betti numbers for subfactorsOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 Braid groups and their 2-representationsHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Anthony Licata (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Operator Algebras and Conformal Field TheoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Roberto Longo (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Left-orders on 3-manifolds IIIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Cameron Gordon (University of Texas at Austin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology II, cont.HTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology IIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Contact structures on 3-manifolds IHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Andy Wand (University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Subfactors, tensor categories and conformal field theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Yasu Kawahigashi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 Left-orders on 3-manifolds IIHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Cameron Gordon (University of Texas at Austin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Introduction to subfactor theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications David Penneys (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Left-orders on 3-manifolds IHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Cameron Gordon (University of Texas at Austin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Topics in Heegaard Floer homology IHTLW01 - Winter school workshop Adam Levine (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 The topology of the contracting boundary of a groupNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Christopher Cashen (Universität Wien). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Subfactors, tensor categories and conformal field theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Yasu Kawahigashi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 On the small cancellation geometry of certain graph products of groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Alexandre Martin (Universität Wien). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 On the linearity of finitely presented groups and its connection to the existence of good geometric actionsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Jack Button (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Introduction to subfactor theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications David Penneys (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Small cancellation theory over Burnside groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Dominik Gruber (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Cutpoints of CAT(0) groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Panos Papasoglu (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Convex subgroups of orderable groups.NPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Yago Antolin (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 When the outer automorphism groups of RAAGs are vastNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Andrew Sale (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Subfactors, tensor categories and conformal field theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Yasu Kawahigashi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 Group cubizationNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Damian Osajda (Uniwersytet Wroclawski; Polish Academy of Sciences; McGill University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Commensurability classification of certain right-angled Coxeter groups and related surface amalgamsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Emily Stark (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Introduction to subfactor theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications David Penneys (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Large scale conformal mapsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Pierre Pansu (Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Coarse negative curvature in actionNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action David Hume (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Combinatorics of Coxeter groups and Affine Deligne Lusztig varietiesNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Petra Schwer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Boundaries and Moebius GeometryNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Viktor Schroeder (University of Zurich and ETH Zurich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Subfactors, tensor categories and conformal field theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications Yasu Kawahigashi (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 15:00-16:30 Groups actions on dendritesNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Bruno Duchesne (Université de Lorraine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Group actions on spaces with a distinguished geodesic structureNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Urs Lang (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Introduction to subfactor theoryOASW04 - Primer on subfactors and applications David Penneys (University of California, Los Angeles). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 13:30-15:00 Random graphs and applications to Coxeter groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Jason Behrstock (City University of New York). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Bounded cohomology of acylindrically hyperbolic groups via hyperbolically embedded subgroupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Alessandro Sisto (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Commensurability of groups quasi-isometric to RAAG'sNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Jingyin Huang (McGill University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Hyperbolic groups and their subgroupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Robert Kropholler (Tufts University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Cubical-like geometry of graph productsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Anthony Genevois (Aix Marseille Université). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Stallings folds for CAT(0) cube complexes and quasiconvex subgroupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Nir Lazarovich (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 Understanding Tubular GroupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Daniel Woodhouse (McGill University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Uniform exponential growth for groups acting on CAT(0) square complexesNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Michah Sageev (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 Cubical Accessibility and bounds on curves on surfaces.NPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Benjamin Beeker (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 10 January 2017, 09:00-10:00 Growth under automorphisms of hyperbolic groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Camille Horbez (Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 09 January 2017, 16:00-17:00 Counting loxodromics for hyperbolic actionsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Samuel Taylor (Yale University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 09 January 2017, 14:30-15:30 Polynomial-time Nielsen--Thurston type recognitionNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Richard Webb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 09 January 2017, 13:30-14:30 The normal closure of a big Dehn twist in a mapping class groupNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Francois Dahmani (Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble ; Université de Grenoble). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 09 January 2017, 11:30-12:30 Cubulable Kähler groupsNPCW01 - Non-positive curvature in action Pierre Py (Other; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 09 January 2017, 10:00-11:00 tbaSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Patrick Wolfe (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 15:30-16:15 Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Networks using Egocentrically-Sampled DataSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Pavel Krivitsky (University of Wollongong Australia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 14:15-15:00 On the Statistical Estimation of the Preferential Attachment Network ModelSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Fengnan Gao (Universiteit Leiden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 13:30-14:15 Edge- and vertex-reinforced random walks with super-linear reinforcement on infinite graphsSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Codina Cotar (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 11:45-12:30 Finding and hiding the seedSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Miklos Racz (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 11:00-11:45 Vector Autoregressive based Network ModelsSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks George Michailidis (University of Florida). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 December 2016, 09:30-10:30 Statistical clustering of temporal networks through a dynamic stochastic block modelSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Catherine Matias (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université Pierre & Marie Curie-Paris VI ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 December 2016, 16:00-16:45 The spread of infections on evolving scale-free networksSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Peter Mörters (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 December 2016, 14:45-15:30 The Effect of Recommendations on Network StructureSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Sharad Goel (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 December 2016, 14:00-14:45 Bayesian Poisson Tensor Decomposition for International RelationsSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Hanna Wallach (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 December 2016, 11:15-12:00 Mining differential correlationSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Andrew Nobel (University of North Carolina ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 December 2016, 09:30-10:30 Random walk models of network formationSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Peter Orbanz (Columbia University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 16:45-17:30 Multivariate power laws in a preferential attachment network model; model calibrationSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Sidney Resnick (Cornell University; Cornell University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 16:00-16:45 Non-parametric methods for the dynamic stochastic block model and the time-dependent graphonSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Marianna Pensky (University of Central Florida). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 14:45-15:30 Networks as signals: Extraction of dynamical network structuresSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Pierre Borgnat (ENS - Lyon; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 14:00-14:45 Sparse Gaussian graphical models for dynamic gene regulatory networksSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Veronica Vinciotti (Brunel University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 11:15-12:00 Epidemics on networksSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Frank Granville Ball (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 December 2016, 09:30-10:30 Markov process models for time-varying networksSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Harry Crane (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 16:45-17:30 Detecting change-points in the structure of a network: Exact Bayesian inferenceSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Stéphane Robin (INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 16:00-16:45 Dynamic networks in the human brainSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania ; University of Pennsylvania ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 14:45-15:30 Study of the dynamics of bacterial communities in the Human MicrobiomeSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Susan Holmes (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 13:45-14:45 Birds of a feather or opposites attract - effects in network modellingSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Maria Deijfen (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 11:15-12:00 A network epidemic model with preventive rewiring: comparative analysis of the initial phaseSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Tom Britton (Stockholm University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 December 2016, 09:30-10:30 Recognizing graphs formed by spatial random processesSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Jeanette Janssen (Dalhousie University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 December 2016, 16:00-16:45 Graphons and Machine Learning: Modeling and Estimation of Sparse Massive Networks - Part IISNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Christian Borgs (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 December 2016, 14:30-15:30 Graphons and Machine Learning: Modeling and Estimation of Sparse Massive Networks - Part ISNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Jennifer Chayes (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 December 2016, 13:30-14:30 Dynamic causal networks with multi-scale temporal structureSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Eric Kolaczyk (Boston University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 December 2016, 11:15-12:00 Continuous-time statistical models for network panel dataSNAW04 - Dynamic Networks Tom Snijders (University of Groningen; University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 December 2016, 09:30-10:30 Mixed effects models with covariates perturbed for SDCDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Silvia Polettini (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 14:15-15:00 tbaDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Moni Naor (Weizmann Institute of Science). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 13:30-14:15 Decentralising Data Collection and AnonymisationDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Steven Murdoch (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 12:00-12:30 Statistical Asymptotics with Differential PrivacyDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Daniel Kifer (Pennsylvania State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 11:15-12:00 How should we assess whether a medical device is safe? What are the possible comparators?FOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Jane Hutton (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 11:00-12:00 On anonymisation and discriminationDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy David Hand (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 10:15-10:45 Linkage and anonymisation in consumer financeDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Ross Gayler (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 December 2016, 09:30-10:15 Discussion of the FutureDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 17:00-17:30 Assessing Re-identification Risk in Sample MicrodataDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Natalie Shlomo (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 16:30-17:00 An empirical measure of attribution risk (for fully synthetic data)DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Mark Elliot (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 16:00-16:30 Anonymization of high-dimensional datasetsDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Grigorios Loukides (Cardiff University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 15:30-16:00 DataSHIELD: taking the analysis to the data not the data to the analysisDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Paul Burton (University of Bristol; University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 14:15-15:00 Can we have medical privacy, cloud computing and genomics all at the same time?DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Ross Anderson (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 13:30-14:15 The Price of Online Queries in Differential PrivacyDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Mark Bun (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 12:00-12:30 PSI : a Private data Sharing InterfaceDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Marco Gaboardi (University of Dundee). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 11:30-12:00 Individual Differential PrivacyDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Universitat Rovira i Virgili ); Jordi Soria-Comas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 10:15-11:00 Attempts to apply Differential Privacy for comparison of standard Table Builder type schemes (O'Keefe, Skinner, Shlomo)DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Yosi (Joseph) Rinott (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 December 2016, 09:30-10:15 Theory for Society: Fairness in ClassificationDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Cynthia Dwork (Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 15:30-16:15 A new relaxation of differential privacy - A part of Women in Data Science (WiDS)DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Christine O'Keefe (CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 14:15-15:00 Barred from work in Scottish prisons, data science to the rescue: discoveries about drugs-related deaths and women via record linkage - A part of Women in Data Science (WiDS)DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Sheila Bird (Medical Research Council; University of Strathclyde). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 13:30-14:15 Bootstrapped Inference for Degree Distributions in Large Sparse NetworksDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Yulia Gel (University of Texas at Dallas; University of Waterloo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 12:00-12:30 Combining statistical disclosure limitation methods to preserve relationships and data-specific constraints in survey data.DLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Anna Oganian (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 11:30-12:00 Gaming the System for PrivacyDLAW03 - New Developments in Data Privacy Bradley Malin (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 December 2016, 10:00-10:45 Panel Discussion and QuestionsOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 16:15-17:00 The Future of Data (Privacy)OFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Mark Elliot (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 15:45-16:15 Choice and Decision Making for Data Subjects EmpowermentOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Bettina Berendt (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 15:15-15:45 Personal Data Stores the Route to Data Independence, Portability, Trust and Seamless ServicesOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy David Alexander (Mydex). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 14:30-15:00 The Science and Practice of ConsentOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Richard Gomer (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 14:00-14:30 Session QuestionsOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 12:50-13:00 A Calculus of Privacy?OFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Richard Pinch (GCHQ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 12:30-12:50 End User Perspective: Personal FinanceOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Keith Spicer (Office for National Statistics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 12:10-12:30 Engaging Citizens in Questions of Health and Data PrivacyOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Malcolm Oswald (Citizens' Juries c.i.c). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 11:50-12:10 Privacy Research: Walking a Mile in Someone Else's ShoesOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Lizzie Coles-Kemp (Royal Holloway, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 11:00-11:30 Bayesian networks for the evaluation of evidence when attributing paintings to paintersFOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Jacob de Zoete (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 11:00-12:00 Keynote Talk: The Dance of the Seven Veils: Privacy and its DiscoursesOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Kieron O'Hara (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 10:10-11:00 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW31 - Engaging People in Data Privacy Mark Elliot (University of Manchester); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 December 2016, 10:00-10:10 Facilitated Panel Discussion and QuestionsOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 16:00-16:45 Tea and Coffee BreakOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 15:40-16:00 Automated Zone Design as an Aid to Effective AnonymisationOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation James Robards (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 15:10-15:40 Directions in Big Data AnonymisationOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Universitat Rovira i Virgili ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 14:40-15:10 Synthetic Data as a Method for Protecting ConfidentialityOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Robin Mitra (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 14:20-14:40 Data Anonymisation and Quantifying Risk CompetitionOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Hiroaki Kikuchi (Meiji University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 14:00-14:20 Session questionsOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 13:00-13:10 New Life for Old Data: An Overview of the Clinical Trial Data Sharing EnvironmentOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Kelly Mewes (Roche). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 12:45-13:00 GB Smart Meter Programme - Network Operator Use of Electricity Consumption DataOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Paul Abreu (Energy Networks Association). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 12:30-12:45 Privacy Risks and Solutions in Financial Services and TelcoOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Jason McFall (Privitar). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 12:15-12:30 Transport and Data: Privacy by DesignOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Brendan Ludden (Vodafone). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 12:00-12:15 Anonymisation and the Five SafesOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Christine O'Keefe (CSIRO). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 11:10-11:40 The Anonymisation Decision Making FrameworkOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Elaine Mackey (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 10:50-11:10 Anonymisation Risk and PrivacyOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Mark Elliot (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 10:10-10:50 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation Robin Mitra (University of Southampton); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); I. David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute; University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 05 December 2016, 10:00-10:10 Topics in differential privacy: optimal noise and record perturbation baseddata setsDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Jordi Soria-Comas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 02 December 2016, 14:00-15:00 A Risk-Utility Balancing Approach to Generate Synthetic MicrodataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Atikur Khan (CSIRO). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 16:30-17:30 Session 3: Chaired by Cheryl Thomas (University College London). Questions and DiscussionsOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science- Dissemination Workshop . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 16:20-17:00 The Relationship between Statistics and the Law - a Judicial PerspectiveOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Lord Justice Kitchin (Royal Courts of Justice). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 15:50-16:20 Strategies to facilitate access to detailed geocoding information based on synthetic dataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Joerg Drechsler (Institut für Arbeitsmarkt-und Berufsforschung). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 15:30-16:30 Validation of Probabilistic Genotyping Software for Complex DNA samples: The Promulgation of Industry StandardsOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Keith Inman (California State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 15:00-15:30 Educating Lawyers and Forensic Scientists about Probability and StatisticsOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Paul Roberts (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 14:30-15:00 Challenges and Opportunities for Statistics in Digital ForensicsOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop James Luck (Metropolitan Police). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 14:00-14:30 Valid inference from non-ignorable network sampling mechanismsSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Simon Lunagomez (University College London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 14:00-15:00 Using Bayes Nets for Reasoning with Evidence: Real Life ExamplesOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop David Lagnado (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 12:30-13:00 The Use of Forensic Databases in Forensic CaseworkOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Marjan Sjerps (Universiteit van Amsterdam; Netherlands Forensic Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 12:00-12:30 Serial Killer Nurses: Is there an Epidemic?OFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Richard Gill (Universiteit Leiden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 11:30-12:00 Popular Understanding of Statistics and its Impacts on the LawOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Gerd Gigerenzer (Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 10:30-11:10 Overview of the Programme: Outreach and AccomplishmentsOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Norman Fenton (Queen Mary, University of London; Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 10:10-10:30 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW29 - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science - Dissemination Workshop Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 December 2016, 10:00-10:10 Rothschild Lecture: The Promise of Differential PrivacyDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Cynthia Dwork (Microsoft Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 30 November 2016, 16:00-17:00 The geometry of optimal experiment design for vector-valued Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes.SNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Mohamed-Ali Belabbas (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 24 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 Generalisation for Adaptive Data AnalysisDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Thomas Steinke (IBM Research). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 22 November 2016, 15:30-16:30 Wavelets in the making — A publication network perspectiveSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Patrick Flandrin (ENS - Lyon). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 Rothschild Lecture: Helping Doctors and Patients Make Sense of Health StatisticsFOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Gerd Gigerenzer (Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 November 2016, 16:00-17:00 Inference for complex DNA profilesFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence David Balding (University of Melbourne; University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 November 2016, 12:00-12:30 Quantifying Information Content in Pattern EvidenceFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Karen Kafadar (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 November 2016, 11:30-12:00 Evaluating a combination of matching class features: a general 'blind' procedure and a tire marks caseFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Marjan Sjerps (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 November 2016, 11:00-11:30 A Bayesian nonparametric approach for the rare type problemFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Giulia Cereda (Université de Lausanne; Universiteit Leiden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 November 2016, 09:45-10:30 Understanding Intra-day and Inter-day Variation in LIBSFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence James Curran (University of Auckland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 16:15-17:00 Assessing Evidentiary Value in Fire Debris AnalysisFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Michael Sigman (University of Central Florida). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 15:30-16:15 Engineering Privacy for Small GroupsDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Graham Cormode (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 15:30-16:30 Evaluating modules in molecular networks in light of annotation biasSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Charlotte Deane (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 The likelihood ratio as a random variable, with applications to DNA mixtures and kinship analysisFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Klaas Slooten (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 12:15-13:00 Challenges of reporting complex DNA mixtures in the court-roomFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Peter Gill (University of Oslo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 11:30-12:15 The synapse-level wiring diagram of a center for learning and memory, the insect mushroom bodySNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Albert Cardona (Other). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 11:00-12:00 Estimating trace-suspect match probabilities in forensics for singleton Y-STR haplotypes using coalescent theoryFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Amke Caliebe (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 10:15-11:00 Circuits principles of memory-based behavioral choiceSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Marta Zlatic (Other). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 10:00-11:00 Y Chromosomal STR Markers: Assessing Evidential ValueFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Mikkel Andersen (Aalborg Universitet). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 November 2016, 09:30-10:15 Pre-Dinner Lecture: Forensic Science from the point of view of a Scientific Adviser to GovernmentFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Bernard Silverman (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 17:00-18:00 Information Recovery in Shuffled Graphs via Graph MatchingSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Vince Lyzinski (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 Inference platform for Ancestry Informative MarkersFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Torben Tvedebrink (Aalborg Universitet; Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 12:30-13:00 Modeling subpopulations in a forensic DNA database using a latent variable approachFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Maarten Kruijver (Unknown; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 12:00-12:30 Cell type determination and association with the DNA donorFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Jacob de Zoete (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 11:30-12:00 An exact, efficient, and flexible representation of statistical models for DNA profilesFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Therese Graversen (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 10:15-11:00 Evaluation of forensic DNA profiles while accounting for one and two repeat less and two repeat more stuttersFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Roberto Puch-Solis (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 November 2016, 09:30-10:15 Complex DNA profile interpretation: stories from across the pondFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Keith Inman (California State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 16:15-17:00 Complex DNA profile interpretation: stories from across the pondFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Norah Rudin (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 15:30-16:15 Modelling the best evidenceFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Sue Pope (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 12:15-13:00 Inverting Entomological Growth Curves Using Functional Data AnalysisFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence John Aston (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 11:30-12:15 Elicitation of Priors in Bayesian Modeling of DNA EvidenceFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence William Thompson (University of California, Irvine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 10:15-11:00 Interpreting (chemical) forensic evidence in a Bayesian framework: a multidisciplinary taskFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Gabriel Vivó-Truyols (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 November 2016, 09:30-10:15 Measuring Performance of Likelihood-Ratio-Based Evidence Evaluation MethodsFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Daniel Ramos (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 November 2016, 16:15-17:00 What should a forensic scientist's likelihood ratio be?FOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Geoffrey Stewart Morrison (University of Alberta). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 November 2016, 15:30-16:15 Risk Literacy: How to Make Sense of Statistical EvidenceFOSW03 - Statistical Modelling of Scientific Evidence Gerd Gigerenzer (Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 Measures of Utility for Synthetic DataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Gillian Raab (University of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 03 November 2016, 15:30-16:30 Steiner trees in the stochastic mean-field model of distanceSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Ayalvadi Ganesh (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 03 November 2016, 14:00-15:00 German Mathematicians and Cryptology during WWIIFOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Sandy Zabell (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 03 November 2016, 11:00-12:00 Open Discussion and QuestionsOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Patrick Wolfe (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 16:30-17:00 Emerging Disease Analysis: Preparedeness and ResponseOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Ian Hall (Public Health England). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 16:00-16:30 Epidemic Models and Networks: Informing Health PolicyOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Valerie Isham (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 15:30-16:00 Mathematical Models and Planning of Urban Infrastructure NetworksOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Alan Wilson (The Alan Turing Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 14:45-15:15 Transport Modelling – Developing a Better Understanding of Short Lived EventsOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Marcel Pooke (Transport for London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 14:15-14:45 Local to Global – Policing and Criminal NetworksOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Mark Johnson (Kent Police). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 13:45-14:15 Social Interaction Types: a Cautionary Tale for Network ScientistsOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Luca Maria Aiello (Nokia Bell Labs). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 12:30-13:00 Using Social Media Data to Predict Foodborne Illness: twitter Works for Norovirus but Where Next?'OFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Arthur Lugtigheid (Food Standards Agency). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 12:00-12:30 Stress Testing Financial Correlation NetworksOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Kimmo Soramäki (Financial Network Analytics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 11:30-12:00 Network Analysis in RetailOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Giles Pavey (dunnhumby UK). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 10:45-11:15 Mathematical Modelling with Applications to Transport and Energy NetworksOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Richard Gibbens (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 10:15-10:45 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW27 - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis - Open for Business event Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 01 November 2016, 10:00-10:15 Plan for the rest of the weekDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Mark Elliot (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 16:40-17:00 My View on the Key Research Questions for Synthetic DataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Joerg Drechsler (Unknown; University of Maryland). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 15:00-15:20 Beond Microdata: Synthetic tweetsDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Joshua Snoke (Pennsylvania State University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 14:40-15:00 Challenges in generating and communicating synthetic dataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Beata Nowok (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 14:20-14:40 Analysis methods and utility measuresDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Gillian Raab (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 14:00-14:20 GA Approaches to Synthetic dataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Mark Elliot (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 13:50-14:00 Generating realistic personal data for data linkage researchDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Peter Christen (Australian National University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 13:00-13:20 tbaDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Natalie Shlomo (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 12:40-13:00 Synthetic data - more questions than answersDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Christine O'Keefe (CSIRO). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 12:20-12:40 tbaDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Anne-Sophie Charest (Université Laval). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 12:00-12:20 tbaDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Cong Chen (). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 11:20-11:40 tbaDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Robin Mitra (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 31 October 2016, 11:00-11:20 The Strange Case of Privacy in Equilibrium ModelsDLAW04 - Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Mallesh Pai (Rice University; University of Pennsylvania ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 October 2016, 16:00-17:00 Buying Private Data without VerificationDLAW04 - Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Katrina Ligett (Hebrew University of Jerusalem; CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 October 2016, 14:30-15:30 The Economics of Privacy (remote presentation)DLAW04 - Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Alessandro Acquisti (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 October 2016, 13:30-14:30 Revisiting the Economics of Privacy: Population Statistics and Confidentiality Protection as Public GoodsDLAW04 - Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Ian Schumutte (University of Georgia ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 October 2016, 11:30-12:30 How does Government surveillance affect perceived online privacy/security and online information disclosure?DLAW04 - Privacy: Recent Developments at the Interface between Economics and Computer Science Laura Brandimarte (University of Arizona). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 October 2016, 10:00-11:00 Some Network Analysis Problems Motivated by the Smart GridSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Vincent Poor (Princeton University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 October 2016, 14:00-15:00 Evaluating Data Linkage: Creating longitudinal synthetic data to provide a gold-standard linked datasetDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Tom Dalton (University of St Andrews). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 October 2016, 15:30-16:30 The role of invariance in learning from random graphs and structured dataSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Peter Orbanz (Columbia University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 October 2016, 14:00-15:00 Wrap up and QuestionsTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 16:30-17:00 EPSRC Centre overviewTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Mauricio Barahona (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 16:00-16:30 Strategy and Vision for the new EPSRC CentresTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Mark Tarplee (EPSRC - Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 15:45-16:00 QuestionsTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 15:20-15:30 InsightMedi and its Quest to Analyse the Largest Database of Medical Images: Challenges, Benefits and CollaborationsTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Juan González (InsightMedi). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 15:00-15:20 Harnessing the Potential of High-throughput Confocal Microscopy - Multi-dimensional and Multi-modal AnalysisTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 14:40-15:00 Delivering on the Promise of Deep LearningTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Vilen Jumutcs (Intel); Robert Sugar (Intel). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 14:20-14:40 The Role of Medical Imaging Biomarkers in Drug DevelopmentTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Josh Kaggie (GlaxoSmithKline). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 14:00-14:20 QuestionsTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 12:40-13:00 Image Reconstruction - Non-Uniform Generalised Sampling and Endoscopy ImagingTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry George Gordon (University of Cambridge); Milana Gataric (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 12:00-12:40 Semanic Segmentation with Deep Neural Network - Contextual Information RetrievalTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry John Aston (University of Cambridge); Yu Wang (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 10:55-11:40 Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Development and Patient-Specific Modelling based on In Vivo Imaging and Atherosclerosis Imaging & Risk Prediction and Drug Testing - Examples from Cardiovascular MedicineTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry James Rudd (University of Cambridge); Yuan Huang (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 10:15-10:55 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW37 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry John Aston (University of Cambridge); Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 October 2016, 10:00-10:15 Component sizes in random graphs with given vertex degrees (the configuration model)SNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Svante Janson (Uppsala Universitet). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 October 2016, 11:30-12:30 Limit theorems for eigenvectors of the normalized Laplacian for random graphsSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Carey Priebe (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 October 2016, 14:00-15:00 Bayes and the Blame Game: What I learned from presenting Bayesian reasoning in criminal casesFOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Frans Alkemade (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 October 2016, 14:00-16:00 Using Bayesian Networks to Analyze What Experts Need to Know (and When they Know Too Much)FOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis William Thompson (University of California, Irvine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 16:15-17:00 tbaFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Simon De Smet (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 15:30-16:15 Sanitization for sequential dataDLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation Grigorios Loukides (Cardiff University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 15:30-16:30 Admissibility and evaluation of identification evidence: 'experts', bystanders and shapeshiftersFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Mehera San Roque (University of New South Wales). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 14:15-15:00 Prior Probability and the Presumption of InnocenceFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Christian Dahlman (Lund University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 13:30-14:15 Causal networks in evidential reasoningFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis David Lagnado (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 11:30-12:15 The phase transition in the random d-processSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Lutz Warnke (University of Cambridge; Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 11:00-12:00 Bayesian Argumentation in the Real WorldFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Ulrike Hahn (University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 10:15-11:00 A Graphical Model Approach to Eyewitness Identification DataFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Amanda Luby (Carnegie Mellon University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 September 2016, 09:30-10:15 Report on a pre-workshop on analysing a murder caseFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Bart Verheij (University of Groningen); Henry Prakken (Universiteit Utrecht; University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 16:15-17:00 Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial: Causal Problems and Sources of BiasFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Maria Cuellar (Carnegie Mellon University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 15:30-16:15 DNA myth busting with Bayesian networksFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Marjan Sjerps (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 14:15-15:00 Generating Bayesian networks in Forensic Science An example from crime linkageFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Jacob de Zoete (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 13:30-14:15 Modelling competing Legal Arguments using Bayesian Model Comparison and AveragingFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Martin Neil (Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 11:30-12:15 From Natural Language to Bayesian Networks (and back again)FOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Floris Bex (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 10:15-11:00 Three Normative Frameworks for Evidential Reasoning and their Connections: Arguments, Scenarios and ProbabilitiesFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Bart Verheij (University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 September 2016, 09:30-10:15 The Anti-Inference Bias and Circumstantial EvidenceFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Eyal Zamir (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 16:15-17:00 Using Bayesian Networks to Quantify Digital Forensic Evidence and HypothesesFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Richard Overill (King's College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 15:30-16:15 Causality and Responsibility in Formal Verification and BeyondFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Hana Chockler (King's College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 14:15-15:00 A Framework to Present Bayesian Networks to Domain Experts and Potential UsersFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Barbaros Yet (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 13:30-14:15 Using Chain Event Graphs to Address Asymmetric Evidence in Legal ReasoningFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Anjali Mazumder (Carnegie Mellon University; University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 11:30-12:15 Bayesian networks: challenges and opportunities in the lawFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Norman Fenton (Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 10:15-11:00 On activity level propositions addressing the actor or activityFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Charles Berger (Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 September 2016, 09:30-10:15 A Bayesian network for glass evidence evaluation at activity level: a novel approach to model the background distributionFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Peter Vergeer (Netherlands Forensic Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 16:15-17:00 Basic probabilistic issues in the Sciences and in Forensics (hopefully) clarified by a Toy Experiment modelled by a Bayesian NetworkFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Giulio D'Agostini (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza; INFN, Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 15:30-16:15 Bayes Nets for the evaluation of testimonyFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Paolo Garbolino (IUAV University of Venice). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 14:15-15:00 Paternity testing and other inference about relationships from DNA mixturesFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Julia Mortera (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 13:30-14:15 On how expert witnesses can give useful Bayesian analyses of complex criminal casesFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Henry Prakken (Universiteit Utrecht; University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 11:30-12:15 An Introduction to Bayesian NetworksFOSW02 - Bayesian Networks and Argumentation in Evidence Analysis Philip Dawid (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 26 September 2016, 10:15-11:00 An introduction to Forensic Voice ComparisonFOS - Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Geoffrey Stewart Morrison (University of Alberta). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 21 September 2016, 09:30-12:00 Tea and CoffeeOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 16:15-16:45 Panel Discussion, Questions and AnswersOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 15:45-16:15 Data Linkage Challenges in Retail BankingOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Sean Charlton (Barclays Bank plc). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 15:15-15:45 Public Acceptability of Data Science: Context and ConsequencesOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Daniel Cameron (IPSOS MORI). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 14:45-15:15 European Genome Phenome ArchiveOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Helen Parkinson (European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 14:15-14:45 Lunch and PostersOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 13:15-14:15 Data Linkage Techniques and Challenges in Public Health RecordsOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Helen Strongman (Clinical Practice Research Datalink Centre of the MHRA); Oliver Smith (NHS Digital). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 12:50-13:15 Public Sector Research Project Talk - GCHQ/University of Southampton Research Project on PrivacyOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Vladimiro Sassone (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 12:20-12:50 Data Linkage at ONSOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Shelley Gammon (Office for National Statistics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 11:55-12:20 Tea and CoffeeOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 11:40-11:55 Panel Discussion: Practicality of Applications from Research Programme Topics: Computational Aspects. Statistical Aspects. Privacy and Confidentiality. Research Applications. Industry/Government ApplicationsOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Rainer Schnell (City University, London; Universität Duisburg-Essen); Erhard Rahm (Universität Leipzig ); Ruth Gilbert (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 10:40-11:40 Academic state-of-the-art of Data LinkageOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Peter Christen (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 10:10-10:40 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW28 - Perspectives on Data Linkage - Techniques, Challenges and Applications Peter Christen (Australian National University); John Toland (University of Cambridge); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 16 September 2016, 10:00-10:10 Inference and large-scale structure in networksSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Mark Newman (University of Michigan). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 September 2016, 14:00-15:00 Hackathon / Zeeland challengeDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 September 2016, 09:00-17:00 From Private Set Intersection to Private Record LinkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Changyu Dong (University of Strathclyde). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 September 2016, 12:00-12:30 A Bayesian Partitioning Approach to Duplicate Detection and Record LinkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Mauricio Sadinle (Duke University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 September 2016, 11:30-12:00 ‘Data Safe Havens’ as a framework to support record linkage in observational studies: evidence from the Project to Enhance ALSPAC through Record Linkage (PEARL).DLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Andy Boyd (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 September 2016, 10:30-11:00 Space Embedding of Records for Privacy Preserving LinkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Vassilios Verykios (Hellenic Open University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 September 2016, 10:00-10:30 Big data integration: challenges and new approachesDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Erhard Rahm (Universität Leipzig ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 September 2016, 09:00-10:00 A scaling approach to record linkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Harvey Goldstein (University of Bristol; University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 15:00-15:30 Advanced Techniques for Privacy-Preserving Linking of Multiple Large DatabasesDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Dinusha Vatsalan (Australian National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 14:30-15:00 GUILD: GUidance for Information about Linked DatasetsDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Ruth Gilbert (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 14:00-14:30 Handling identifier error rate variation in data linkage of large administrative data sourcesDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Katie Harron (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 13:30-14:00 Tracking people over time in 19th century Canada: Challenges, Bias and ResultsDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Luiza Antonie (University of Guelph). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 12:00-12:30 A LifeCycle Model for Privacy Preserving Record LinkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Bradley Malin (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 11:30-12:00 Record linkage with complete-count historical census dataDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Evan Roberts (University of Minnesota). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 10:30-11:00 Technical Challenges associated with record linkageDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications James Boyd (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 10:00-10:30 Privacy Preserving Interactive Record Linkage (PPIRL)DLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Hye-Chung Kum (Texas A&M University ; UNC Chapel Hill and RIMS). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 September 2016, 09:30-10:00 Intra-disciplinary “speed-dating”DLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 16:00-17:00 The U.S. Census Bureau’s Linkage Infrastructure: Overview and New ChallengesDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Amy O'Hara (U.S. Census Bureau). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 14:30-15:30 Computational Methods for Linking Sets of National FilesDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Bill Winkler (U.S. Census Bureau). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 13:30-14:30 Deduplicating databases of deaths in war: advances in adaptive blocking, pairwise classification, and clusteringDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Patrick Ball (Human Rights Data Analysis Group; Human Rights Data Analysis Group). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 12:00-12:30 Historical life cycle reconstruction by indexingDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Gerrit Bloothooft (Universiteit Utrecht; Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 11:30-12:00 Hardening Bloom Filter PPRL by modifying identifier encodingsDLAW02 - Data Linkage: Techniques, Challenges and Applications Rainer Schnell (City University, London; Universität Duisburg-Essen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 12 September 2016, 10:00-11:00 Open Panel Discussion Chair: Robin BallTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Robin Ball (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 September 2016, 12:45-13:15 Electrified Interfaces: One Hundred Years of the Poisson-Boltzmann Theory and MoreTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges David Andelman (Tel Aviv University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 September 2016, 11:45-12:45 Onsager Principle - A Principle Useful for Solving Industrial ProblemsTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Masao Doi (Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 September 2016, 10:45-11:45 Soft Matter Challenges - Consumer ProductsTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Simeon Stoyanov (Unilever R&D). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 September 2016, 10:00-10:30 Pattern Formation outside of Equilbrium as a Template for Drug Delivery VehiclesTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Jasna Brujic (Columbia University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 09 September 2016, 09:00-10:00 Predictive Modelling & Cognitive Computing for Soft Materials DiscoveryTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Jason Crain (National Physical Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 16:45-17:15 The Rotational Degrees of Freedom of a Granular PackingTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Hans Hermann (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 15:45-16:45 A note on the F-measure for evaluating record linkage algorithms (and classification methods and information retrieval systems)DLA - Data Linkage and Anonymisation David Hand (Imperial College London); Peter Christen (Australian National University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 15:30-16:30 Soft Matter Challenges - Food ManufacturingTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Isabella Van Damme (Mars Chocolate). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 15:00-15:30 Elementary Excitations in Amorphous MaterialsTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Matthieu Wyart (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 14:00-15:00 Extinction time for the weaker of two competing SIS epidemicsSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Malwina Luczak (Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 14:00-15:00 The Intriguing World of Clay-Inorganic Nanoparticle Suspensions: Practical Opportunities and Theoretical ChallengesTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Geoff Maitland (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 12:00-13:00 Building on Sir Sam's Formalism: Molecularly-Informed Field-Theoretic Simulations of Soft MatterTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Glenn Fredrickson (University of California). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 11:00-12:00 Soft Matter Challenges - Oil and Gas SectorTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Louise Bailey (Schlumberger Cambridge Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 10:00-10:45 Synchronisation: From Stick-Slip Instabilities in Jammed Fluids to Endogeneous Economic CrisesTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Jean-Philippe Bouchaud (SPEC, CEA-Saclay). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 September 2016, 09:00-10:00 Topological Constraints Do Matter: Polymer Melts, Elastomers, Collapsed Polymer Globules, Chromosome Territories etcTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Kurt Kremer (Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 September 2016, 16:15-17:15 Soft Matter Challenges - Chemicals IndustryTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Stuart Little (Croda ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 September 2016, 15:45-16:15 Polymer ElectrolytesTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Monica Olvera de la Cruz (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 September 2016, 14:30-15:30 Sam Edwards - Continuing the Legacy for Industry-Facing ScienceTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Tom McLeish (University of Leeds). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 September 2016, 13:45-14:30 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW36 - Soft Matter - Theoretical and Industrial Challenges Mike Cates (University of Cambridge); John Toland (University of Cambridge); Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 September 2016, 13:30-13:45 Communicating likelihood ratiosFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods David Spiegelhalter (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 15:30-16:30 Statistical Issues and Reliability of Eyewitness IdentificationFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Karen Kafadar (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 14:30-15:00 Relevant populations and dataFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Colin Aitken (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 14:00-14:30 Capacity and Comprehension of Mathematical Reasoning by Counsel and CourtsFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods David Caruso (University of Adelaide). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 12:00-12:30 The challenges of Bayes in the LawFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Norman Fenton (Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 11:30-12:00 Novel FactsFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Anne Ruth mackor (University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 10:30-11:00 Courts and Statistics: Varieties of Statistical ChallengesFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Richard Lempert (University of Michigan). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 10:00-10:30 Forensic databases: size, completeness, usefulnessFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Alicia Carriquiry (Iowa State University ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 02 September 2016, 09:30-10:00 TBCFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 14:30-15:00 Towards a better communication between theory and imperfect realities of professional practice - On barriers among stakeholders and possible ways outFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Ulrich Simmross (Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), Forensic Science Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 14:00-14:30 Microbial Community Networks in the Human MicrobiomeSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Susan Holmes (Stanford University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 14:00-15:00 Recent Pan-European advances in harmonising evaluative reporting in forensic science: scope, principles and pending challengesFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Alex Biedermann (Université de Lausanne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 13:30-14:00 Statistical issues arising in the conduct of fatal accident inquiriesFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Sheila Bird (Medical Research Council; University of Strathclyde). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 12:00-12:30 How should we interpret Y-chromosome evidence?FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Bruce Weir (University of Washington). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 11:30-12:00 All Talk and No Conversation? Methodological Preconditions of An Interdisciplinary Forensic ScienceFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Paul Roberts (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 10:30-11:00 Bayes & the Blame Game: How to ease the mutually felt frustration between law professionals and scientists.FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Frans Alkemade (Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 September 2016, 10:00-10:30 Struggling judges: do they need a probability help desk? A daily legal practice point of viewFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Lonneke Stevens (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 14:30-15:00 Law, statistics and psychology, do they match?FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Marieke Dubelaar (Universiteit Leiden). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 14:00-14:30 Forensic Ecology: How do we get answers to questions? How do we present them to the court?FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Patricia Wiltshire (University of Aberdeen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 13:30-14:00 Forensic trace evidence – what are the questions we need to answer?FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Ruth Morgan (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 12:00-12:30 tbaFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Tim Clayton (). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 11:30-12:00 Exploring mock-juror evidence interpretation and belief updating within a probability frameworkFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Kristy Martire (University of New South Wales). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 10:20-11:00 Lay Understanding (and Misunderstanding) of Quantitative Statements about the Weight of Forensic EvidenceFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods William Thompson (University of California, Irvine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 August 2016, 09:30-10:20 Statistical Measures and Methods Used to Analyze the Representativeness of Jury PoolsFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Joseph Gastwirth (George Washington University ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 15:00-15:40 The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and logicFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Bernard Robertson (LexisNexis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 14:30-15:00 tbaFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Cheryl Thomas (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 14:00-14:30 Probability and statistics – a criminal lawyer’s perspective.FOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods David Bentley (Doughty Street Chambers). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 13:30-14:00 Casework problems with the Likelihood RatioFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Allan Jamieson (Scotland). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 12:00-12:30 The problem of false positives, some lessons from the bullet lead story, and the new U.S. Department of Justice guidance for expert testimonyFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Michael Finkelstein (Columbia University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 11:30-12:00 The Changing Face of Forensic ScienceFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Angela Gallop (Axiom International Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 10:30-11:00 Estimates of life expectancy for compensation after injuryFOSW01 - The nature of questions arising in court that can be addressed via probability and statistical methods Jane Hutton (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 August 2016, 09:50-10:30 What COSTNET can do for and with you!SNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Steffen Lauritzen (University of Copenhagen; University of Oxford; Aalborg Universitet). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 14:50-15:10 On-line estimation of an optimal treatment allocation strategy for the control of white-nose syndrome in baSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Eric Laber (North Carolina State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 14:10-14:50 Optimal Design of Experiments on Connected Units with Application to Social NetworksSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Ben Parker (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 13:30-14:10 Contagion in Financial Systems: A Bayesian Network ApproachSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Carsten Chong (Technische Universität München). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 12:10-12:30 Source Estimation for Propagation Processes on Complex Networks with an Application to Delays in Public Transportation SystemsSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Juliane Manitz (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; Boston University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 11:30-12:10 Incorporating biological information into network inference using structured shrinkageSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Gwenael Leday (MRC Biostatistics Unit). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 10:40-11:00 Applying network science to political problems. A conceptual and analytical framework for understanding and predicting corruption risks in business-political networksSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Silvia Ioana Fierascu (Central European University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 10:20-10:40 Bayesian modelling of Dupuytren disease using Gaussian copula graphical modelsSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Reza Mohammadi (Universiteit van Tilburg; University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 09:40-10:20 The Networked Partial Correlation and its Application to the Analysis of Genetic InteractionsSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Alberto Roverato (Università di Bologna). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 August 2016, 09:00-09:40 Analysis of Networks with Missing Data with Application to the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent HealthSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Katherine McLaughlin (Oregon State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 16:20-17:00 Modeling the dynamics of social networks and continuous actor attributesSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Nynke Niezink (University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 16:00-16:20 Implementing Propensity Score Matching with Network Data: The effect of GATT on bilateral tradeSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Luca De Benedictis (Università di Macerata). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 14:50-15:30 Bayesian modeling of networks in complex business intelligence problemsSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Daniele Durante (Università degli Studi di Padova ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 14:10-14:50 Networks, Dynamic Factors, and the Volatility Analysis of High-Dimensional Financial SeriesSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Matteo Barigozzi (London School of Economics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 13:30-14:10 Modelling community structure in the Italian Parliament: a penalized inference approachSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Mirko Signorelli (Università degli Studi di Padova ; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 12:10-12:30 Multiplex networksSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Ginestra Bianconi (Queen Mary, University of London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 11:30-12:10 Detecting Epistatic Selection in the Genome of RILs via a latent Gaussian Copula Graphical ModelSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Pariya Behrouzi (University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 10:40-11:00 Estimating whole brain dynamics using spectral clusteringSNAW02 - Network Science and its Applications Yi Yu (University of Cambridge; University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 August 2016, 10:00-10:40 Network inference in genomicsSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Ernst Wit (University of Groningen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 24 August 2016, 11:30-12:30 “Network modeling of topological domains using Hi-C data”SNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Peter Bickel (University of California, Berkeley). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 24 August 2016, 10:00-11:00 The Role of Modern Social Media Data in Surveillance and Prediction of Infectious Diseases: from Time Series to NetworksSNA - Theoretical Foundations for Statistical Network Analysis Yulia Gel (University of Texas at Dallas; University of Waterloo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 August 2016, 11:30-12:30 Please see above for contact details for this list. |
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