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Past Events

Find out what events you've missed at the Bayes Centre this month.

We currently only list the past months events, but should you require further information on a older event please don't hesitate to contact us

Upcoming events at the Bayes Centre

Communicating statistics, risk and uncertainty

The Centre for Statistics are honoured to welcome Prof. David Spiegelhalter to discuss the challenges of communicating in the age of COVID.

Seraphim Space Camp Workshop

The workshop is an opportunity for you to find out more about Seraphim Capital, its Space Camp and the Space Camp Fellowship Programme, and how Seraphim can support your business idea.

The Black Heroes of Mathematics

ICMS are honoured to welcome Dr. Nira Chamberlain to discuss Black 'Hidden Figures' of mathematics.

Digital Research Services Lunchtime Webinars

Session 4: Interpret and Analyse

DDI Webinar series: Panel Discussion

The role of data and data innovation in the recovery from Covid-19.

Space and Satellites Artist Residency - Work in Progress: Victoria Evans

As part of the Space and Satellites Artist Residency programme we are running a series of Work in Progress events for our research webinar series and each week we will hear from the artists on their experiences so far and a glimpse as to what is to come for our exhibition in July.

Zumo - The Money Revolution - Use Cases for Good

This 2 hour event promises a fascinating insight into the uses of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency in the democratisation of money.

Bayes – Get to Know your Community

We would like to invite the Bayes and wider University of Edinburgh community to come together and hear more about the exciting and innovative work taking place by just some of our members, partners and other linked University of Edinburgh departments.

Online Learning and Teaching Conference 2020

The University of Edinburgh's annual Learning and Teaching Conference will now take place in June 2020 as a fully online experience.

ICMS: Maths' Greatest Unsolved Puzzles

What are the biggest unanswered questions in mathematics, and how can puzzles help us to solve them?

Space and Satellites Artist Residency - Work in Progress: Cécile Simonis

As part of the Space and Satellites Artist Residency programme we are running a series of Work in Progress events for our research webinar series.

Huawei Tech Talk Automatic differentiation in PCF

You are invited to an online Tech Talk!

The Big Mathematics Initiative (BMI) Virtual Event

The purpose of this event is to bring together interested members of the mathematical community to discuss the role and mission of such an Academy and to map out possible ways forward.

Digital Research Services Lunchtime Webinars

Session 3: Preserve, Publish and Share

Edinburgh Carpentries: Free data skills workshops

Want to improve your data handling skills? This free two-day online workshop will introduce the computational skills needed for data management and data analysis.

Creative Informatics Innovation Showcase 2020

We are hosting this event to share the programme's successes and showcase the creative tech ecosystem blooming in Edinburgh and the region.

Proactive Customer Service: Lower operational costs while improving customer experiences

Covid-19 has rapidly changed the way all organisations have had to operate. One of the areas most affected has been customer service with the channels we rely on coming under strain and no longer being fit for purpose.

The Mathematics of Lifting the COVID-19 Lockdown

How can mathematical tools help inform the design of strategies to manage the spread of COVID-19?

SME/Academics with Wayra session

This event is focused on getting to know the Scale Up Accelerator companies and to identify ways of working together on projects. The event has been developed to give academics, researchers and students the opportunity to get to know the cohort. Bayes Members & Partners are more than welcome to join.

Deephack: From Farm to Fork

How to better connect consumers with local producers for more fresh and sustainable products? Target the links in this farm-to-fork food chain and find new technology or business models to upgrade them. The prize is €5000 shared among winning teams.

Scholars Show & Tell

On the Other Side of Infrastructure, Tanatsei Gambura, Intermedia Art

Digital Research Services Lunchtime Webinars

Session 2: Data Storage and Organisation