04 January 2022
The paper on Anomaly detection in streaming data with gaussian process based stochastic differential equations has been accepted at Pattern Recognition Letters. Congratulations Alex and Mark!
27 September 2021
Congratulations to Hussein Rappel, currently a postdoc at the Alan Turing Institute, who will start as an Assistant Professor in Computational Engineering at the University of Exeter.
31 August 2021
The paper on "PeriPy - A High Performance OpenCL Peridynamics Package" has now been published at CMAME. Congratulations, Ben and co-authors!
30 August 2021
The paper on "Riemann--Stein kernel method" has been accepted at Bernoulli (arXiv link).
15 July 2021
The 3D-printed bridge which is a research project involving industry and academic partners (including DCE programme led by Mark Girolami) has now been installed in Amsterdam. See the coverage by New Scientist.
07 July 2021
A video of the digital twin of the MX3D bridge in Amsterdam being used in the Autodesk software.
01 June 2021
A paper on "Semi-Exact Control Functionals from Sard’s Method" is to appear in Biometrika (arXiv link).
26 May 2021
Congratulations to Jon Cockayne, a former PhD student and currently a postdoc at the Alan Turing Institute, who will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the Statistics Sciences Research Institute at Southampton University.
25 May 2021
A perspective on the potential of Digital Twin technology was published in Nature Computational Science. For more information, see this post on the Turing website and the coverage by the Engineering Department, University of Cambridge.
10 May 2021
A paper on Convergence Guarantees for Gaussian Process Means with Misspecified Likelihoods and Smoothness has been accepted in the Journal of Machine Learning Research. (Link to the published JMLR paper).
29 March 2021
Our DCE work on underground farming has been featured in a story-format coverage by University of Cambridge.
05 March 2021
Connor gave a series of talks to the University of Sydney engineering department on the <a href=https://www.pnas.org/content/118/2/e2015006118>statistical finite element method.</a> Slides here.
16 February 2021
University of Cambridge featured a post on Digital Twins for underground farming. This work is a part of the Data-Centric Engineering initiative at the Alan Turing institute, led by Mark Girolami.
04 February 2021
A new paper on Uncertainty Quantification for Data-driven Turbulence Modelling with Mondrian Forests has been published in Journal of Computational Physics. (arXiv link)
22 January 2021
Deniz's paper on probabilistic sequential matrix factorization has been accepted at AISTATS 2021.
21 January 2021
Deniz's paper on adaptive importance samplers has just been published in the Statistics and Computing journal.
21 Janaury 2021
Connor Duffin, Mark Girolami and their co-authors have published their work on statistical finite elements in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. See also this post on the Cambridge university website for more coverage.
06 December 2020
A new article on crime modelling -- Spatio-Temporal Mixed Membership Models for Criminal Activity -- has been published at the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society).
23 November 2020
The paper on Bayesian Probabilistic Numerical Methods was named in the Top Three most cited papers in 2020 SIAM Review.
09 October 2020
Our Michaelmas reading group will be focused on Approximate Bayesian Computation and Kernel Methods. Full schedule will be published soon.