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Distinguished Speaker Seminar: On classification with small Bayes error and the max-margin classifier
Thursday, 29 April 2021, 3.30pm to 4.30pm
Department of Statistics seminar with Professor Sara Van de Geer, ETH Zürich. Her main areas of research are empirical process theory, statistical learning theory, and nonparametric and high-dimensional statistics.
Thursday, 13 May 2021, 5pm to 6.30pm
Speaker: Professor Ingrid Daubechies (Duke University), first woman President of the International Mathematical Union. Admission is free, but booking is required. Organised by St Cross College.
COVID-19 Response: Protect our community. Protect the vulnerable. Protect yourself
All staff and students are being asked to look after themselves and others. A range of guidance has been developed, reminding us of our personal and collective responsibility for keeping the University and local community safe. In particular, in Trinity Term 2021 you are asked to:
- Continue social distancing
- Keep washing your hands
- Keep wearing a face covering (unless exempt)
- Get tested - twice a week and if you have symptoms
- Continue to follow self-isolation guidance
Up to date information about the guidance is available on the University's coronavirus health pages.
COVID-19 information, guidance and advice for staff and students at Oxford
General coronavirus advice and support for staff and students can be found on the University's 'Oxford and coronavirus' homepage.
Please contact the relevant MPLS Team if you have questions or concerns that are not answered on these pages or can't be answered by your department.
The MPLS Graduate School has also created a webpage with PDF versions of all communications sent out to PGR students and links to other useful resources.
MPLS Division – Convenor, University Energy Research Network
The Convenor of the university’s Energy Research Network works with the Network’s Steering Group to provide leadership and coordination for energy research in the university. The Convenor can be based in any department, and we welcome interest from any type of Oxford postholder.
Deadline: noon on Monday 10 May 2021.