AMMP Day 2015 Follow-up

Our last event of the winter term, AMMP day, was attended by >50 academics and junior researchers. We would like to thank all our speakers for contributing a great selection of talks ranging from geometric mechanics to modelling of neurological data and tumour proteins. A lot of discussion and exchange happened over lunch, coffee and delicious Christmas treats.

Big congratulations to Eszter Lakatos speaking about “Investigating a tumour protein (using Approximate Bayesian Computation)” and Alex Bolton speaking about “Malware static trace analysis through bigrams and graph edit distance calculation” who both received an award for “Best Talks” at the AMMP Day 2015, awarded by an independent committee of academics within the Department of Mathematics.