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#### 100% Renewables - Future Challenges in Energy Systems

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100% renewable energy by 2050? This is an ambitious vision that will need significant change to our energy systems. It will require the development of an integrated power grid and continuous and steady transformation of the UK power system can only happen if fundamental interdisciplinary research...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 24 Jan 2019

#### 4-Dimensionalism in Large Scale Data Sharing and Integration

242 total views

Thursday 22nd April 2021

Background

In foundational ontology, 4-dimensionalism is shorthand for a mathematical-philosophical basis for a rigorous global identity criterion based upon composition. It acquired this name as a vital part of the approach is treating individuals as extended in time as...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 11 May 2021

#### About the Newton Gateway to Mathematics

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The Newton Gateway to Mathematics acts as a knowledge intermediary for the mathematical sciences. It is the impact initiative of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INI). Supported by INI and the University of Cambridge, the Newton Gateway to Mathematics reaches out to and engages...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 24 Jan 2019

#### Achieving Impact in Healthcare: From Mathematics to Clinical Support Systems and Devices

68 total views

Background

With a rapidly ageing global population and challenges such as the growth of antibiotic resistance, there has been significant growth in the global incidence of chronic and infectious health conditions. Furthermore, the number of people living with two or more chronic health conditions...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 12 Apr 2019

#### Algebraic Lie Theory

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Lie theory has profound connections to many areas of pure and applied mathematics and mathematical physics. In the 1950s, the original "analytic" theory was extended so that it also makes sense over arbitrary algebraically closed fields, in particular, fields of positive characteristic....

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 12 Mar 2009

#### Algorithms and Software for Quantum Computers

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Next generation (Quantum) computers promise to speed up some mathematical processes by orders of magnitude, but new algorithms and software will need to be developed to exploit this power. Although general-purpose quantum computers are some years away, work should start on the software now. As...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 16 Mar 2018

#### Analysis on Graphs and its Applications

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Analysis on graphs and other discrete structures has been developing for quite some time, in particular due to applications to number theory, algebra, probability theory, spectral geometry, as well as to its usefulness in many practical problems. This area, however, has experienced recently a...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 3 Sep 2007

#### Applicable resurgent asymptotics: towards a universal theory

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Programme Theme

Asymptotic analysis and perturbation methods can provide approximate solutions and analytical properties to a broad range of problems where an exact solution cannot be found. They are therefore some of the most critically important tools in mathematics and theoretical physics....

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 19 Mar 2021

#### Approximation, sampling, and compression in high dimensional problems

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In a number of problems, both in theory and applications, one faces a situation when the ambient dimension is extremely high. Such problems often include approximating, sampling, or compressing functions on high-dimensional domains. Classical methods fail to be effective in this case due to the...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 18 Jun 2019

#### Artificial Intelligence Developments in Healthcare Imaging

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Background

The EPSRC Centre for Mathematical Imaging in Healthcare (CMIH) will hold an engagement event in October 2019. This will aim to showcase the research that is being carried out at the Centre and will present an opportunity to hear in detail about some of the current project...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Wed 23 Oct 2019

#### Behaviour and Policy During Pandemics: Models and Methods

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Background

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, modelling has taken centre stage both in forecasting, policy formulation and in informing the public, featuring prominently in the advice given to government in the UK and beyond. The pandemic has had profound influence on social and economic...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 28 Feb 2022

#### Beyond Part III - Young Researchers in Mathematics 2009

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Conference highlights recorded over 16th April-17th April 2009

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Sun 26 Apr 2009

#### Big Data and the Role of Statistical Scalability

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The ability to collect and store data has increased exponentially in recent years. So too have the challenges around managing the huge volumes generated and trying to extract meaningful information from it. However, it’s universally acknowledged that such ‘Big Data’ has the potential to transform...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 1 Mar 2018

#### Big proof

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Proofs as constructive demonstrations of mathematical validity have been at the heart of mathematics since antiquity. Formal proof systems capture the definitions, statements, and proofs of mathematical discourse using precisely defined formal languages and rules of inference. Formal proofs have...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Wed 19 Jul 2017

#### Big Proof - Challenges in Industry and Research

63 total views

Wednesday 19th July 2017

The Alan Turing Institute

London

United Kingdom

Background

Formal proof systems have been used as constructive demonstrations of mathematical validity for millennia. The generally agreed criteria for formal proofs are that they should have reproducibility (easily...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Wed 2 Aug 2017

#### Black Holes (DAMTP, 2006)

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Black Holes

Malcolm Perry

A 4th year lecture course

Centre for Theoretical Cosmology

Department for Applied Mathematics

and Theoretical Physics

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

University of Cambridge

Producer: Björn Haßler (http://www.sciencemedianetwork.org)

Camera: Shehu...

**Institution**:
Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies

**Created**:
Fri 18 Sep 2009

#### Black Holes (DAMTP, 2006), Lectures 4-20

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Black Holes

Malcolm Perry

A 4th year lecture course

Centre for Theoretical Cosmology

Department for Applied Mathematics

and Theoretical Physics

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

University of Cambridge

Producer: Björn Haßler (http://www.sciencemedianetwork.org)

Camera: Shehu...

**Institution**:
Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies

**Created**:
Fri 18 Sep 2009

#### Cambridge Science Festival 2014

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The Science Festival aims to provide the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

**Institution**:
Office of External Affairs and Communications

**Created**:
Thu 13 Mar 2014

#### Cambridge Science Festival 2016

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The Science Festival provides the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

Each year, the Festival welcomes visitors to...

**Institution**:
Office of External Affairs and Communications

**Created**:
Tue 15 Mar 2016

#### Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry

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The Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information (CCIMI) will hold an Industry engagement day in November 2017. This event aims to showcase the research that is being carried out at the Institute and will present an opportunity to hear in detail about some of the current project...

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 23 Nov 2017

# Matching media items

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#### #01 Directing the INI: an interview with Professor David Abrahams

In this inaugural podcast, INI Director David Abrahams speaks about his role at the Institute, reflects on his first two-and-a-half years in the post and looks forward to the...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 26 Mar 2019

#### #05 Exploring sundials: an interview with Dr Frank King

In episode #5 we speak to Dr Frank King (Churchill College) about his recent book "Sundials: Cutting Time", the challenges and mathematics involved in designing such classical...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 23 Apr 2019

#### #06 Mathematikum: an interview with Professor Martin Buhmann

In episode #6 we welcome Professor Martin Buhmann (Giessen) of the "Approximation, sampling and compression in data science" programme to speak about the Giessen-based...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 23 Apr 2019

#### #07 The realities of academic life: an interview with Professor Irene Fonseca

In episode #7 we speak to Professor Irene Fonseca, Director of Carnegie Mellon's Center for Nonlinear Analysis and Kirk Distinguished Visiting Fellow for INI's "Mathematical...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 17 May 2019

#### #08 Interdisciplinary excitement: an interview with Professor Xian Chen

Episode #8 sees the podcast speak to Professor Xian Chen of the "Mathematical design of new materials" programme. A brief chat recorded in-between seminar talks, subjects touched...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 17 May 2019

#### #09 “The beauty of results”: an interview with Professor Svitlana Mayboroda

Episode #9 welcomes Professor Svitlana Mayboroda to the podcast. The Kirk Distinguished Visiting Fellow (https://www.newton.ac.uk/about/fellowships/kirk) for the "Approximation,...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 24 Jun 2019

#### 10000 YouTube Subscribers and Wisdom of the Crowds

QED Gold: Originally uploaded 12th June 2011

Competition is over I'm afraid, but you may still like to play.

Here's a photo of the jar: http://tumblr.com/xqt2yusc39

**Collection**:
Quite Easily Done

**Institution**:
Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics

**Created**:
Mon 31 Oct 2011

#### #10 “Bringing the changes we want in Africa”: an interview with Dr Bubacarr Bah

In episode #10 Dr Bubacarr Bah of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cape Town (https://aims.ac.za/) shares with us his thoughts on compressive sampling and its...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 24 Jun 2019

#### #11 Tour de France Special: an interview with Professor David Abrahams

As the Tour de France 2019 enters its final stages, Dan Aspel sits down with lifelong cycling fan (and INI Director) Professor David Abrahams to exchange various informed (David)...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 26 Jul 2019

#### #12 Investigating the Wiener-Hopf technique: an interview with Dr Anastasia Kisil

In this episode of the podcast, Dan Aspel speaks to Dr Anastasia Kisil (Cambridge), co-organiser of the "Bringing pure and applied analysis together via the Wiener-Hopf technique,...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 16 Aug 2019

#### #13 When mathematicians and environmental scientists meet: an interview with Professor Paula Harrison and Dr Martine...

An environmental sciences-themed discussion with Professor Paula Harrison (CEH) and Dr Martine Barons (Warwick).

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 16 Aug 2019

#### #16 Life in “a harmonic universe”: an interview with Tamara Kokilashvili

Featuring Georgian-born pianist and mathematical enthusiast, Tamara Kokilashvili.

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 18 Oct 2019

#### 175. Exhibition of early science in China Mathematics and medicine

Filmed by Alan Macfarlane and Sarah Harrison in August 2002. For the background please see the book by these authors, ‘China Travels 2002’

**Collection**:
CHINA FILMS 2002

**Institution**:
King's College

**Created**:
Thu 10 Feb 2022

#### #17 Running the numbers: an interview with Dr Tony Hill

Featuring mathematician and long-distance running enthusiast Dr Tony Hill.

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Fri 18 Oct 2019

#### #19 Asking for “a lot of money and a lot of time”: an interview with Professor Liz Mansfield

Professor Liz Mansfield, co-organiser of the "Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational differential equations" programme, discusses its inception and...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 21 Nov 2019

#### #20 “On the nature of mathematical joy”, with Professor Liz Mansfield

Elizabeth Mansfield discusses the "seven levels of mathematical joy" based on her mathematical travels.

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Thu 21 Nov 2019

#### #21 Promoting mathematics via social media: an interview with Ollie Jones and Kamilla Rekvényi

Early career researchers Ollie Jones (Birmingham) and Kamilla Rekvényi (Imperial) join the podcast to discuss life at an INI workshop, working alongside supervisors, promoting...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 3 Feb 2020

#### #22 The mathematical models of COVID-19 (part 1), with Dr Kit Yates

In this episode we speak to Dr Kit Yates about the maths behind the models of COVID-19 that are being used to guide policy of the control of the pandemic.

[episode recorded 28...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 3 Aug 2020

#### #23 The mathematical models of COVID-19 (part 2), with Dr Robin Thompson

In this episode we speak to Dr Robin Thompson about how data is being used to inform the mathematical models behind the models of COVID-19.

(episode recorded on 29 April 2020)

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Mon 3 Aug 2020

#### #24 Mathematics goes virtual, with Professor Rebecca Hoyle

In this episode we speak to Professor Rebecca Hoyle about the relevance of study groups during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the thinking behind the Virtual Forum for Knowledge...

**Collection**:
Living Proof - the Isaac Newton Institute podcast

**Institution**:
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

**Created**:
Tue 1 Sep 2020

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