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Luca De Feo - Unexpected discoveries and challenges in isogeny based cryptography

Subtitles will be added at a later date. 28 July 2022 Foundations and Applications of Lattice-based Cryptography Luca De Feo (IBM Research Europe) Unexpected discoveries and challenges in isogeny…

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Ilaria Chillotti - Introduction to FHE and the TFHE Scheme (Pt 2)

Subtitles will be added at a later date. 26 July 2022 Foundations and Applications of Lattice-based Cryptography Ilaria Chillotti, ZAMA Introduction to FHE and the TFHE Scheme (Pt 1)

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Expander graphs, modular forms and cryptography, Luca De Feo

This public lecture was part of the Foundations and Applications of Lattice-based Cryptography workshop at ICMS. We were delighted to welcome speaker Luca De Feo to give this talk. Alice and the…

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Maximal averages along hypersurfaces: a "geometric conjecture'' and further progress for 2-surfaces - Detlef Muller

Fourier Analysis @200 Maximal averages along hypersurfaces: a ``geometric conjecture'' and further progress for 2-surfaces Detlef Muller, University of Kiel 27 June 2022

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2.2.1 Heritage Pressure and Release model

The PAR model seeks to explain how the intersection between the process of generating vulnerability and natural hazards exposures creates and/or exacerbates social vulnerability (Blaikie et al.…

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Optimal Nonparametric Testing of Missing Completely At Random, and its Connections to Compatibility - Tom Berrett

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Optimal Nonparametric Testing of Missing Completely At Random, and its Connections to Compatibility Tom Berrett (University of Warwick) 20 May 2022

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Testing for Shape Restrictions with U-Processes - Kengo Kato

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Testing for Shape Restrictions with U-Processes Kengo Kato (Cornell University) 19 May 2022

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Second- and Higher-Order Anti-Concentration Inequalities, Comparison Theorems and Bootstrap - Cun-Hui Zhang

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Second- and Higher-Order Anti-Concentration Inequalities, Comparison Theorems and Bootstrap Cun-Hui Zhang (Rutgers University) 19 May 2022

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Optimal High-Dimensional Change Point Testing in Regression Settings - Daren Wang

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Optimal High-Dimensional Change Point Testing in regression Settings Daren Wang (University of Notre Dame) 16 May 2022

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Futures Lecture - Dispelling the Digital Enchantment

Futures Lecture - Dispelling the Digital EnchantmentProfessor Karen Yeung, University of Birmingham is the latest speaker in our Futures Lecture Series.About this eventAbstractIn this lecture, I…

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Chris Budd Public Lecture - Computing: past, present and future

During May 2022, ICMS hosted the Research Workshop - Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs. This public lecture was part of the workshop. Computers…

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2.3.1 Heritage as processual

Heritage as processual FIRST CUT

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Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways

Dr Seth Mehl - Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways AbstractCo-production methods are a ‘process-oriented’ approach to collaborative projects (Graham and…

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The Loughran--Smeets Conjecture for Châtelet Type Varieties - Kevin Destagnol

Rational Points on Higher-Dimensional Varieties The Loughran--Smeets Conjecture for Châtelet Type Varieties Kevin Destagnol (Université Paris Saclay, Orsay) 28 April 2022

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Why 'Informatics', not just 'Computer Science'?

Why do we call ourselves the School of Informatics rather than the School of Computer Science? Our Director of Learning and Teaching expands on how Informatics is an exciting and multi-disciplinary…

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Campana Points on Fano Varieties - Marta Pieropan

Rational Points on Higher-Dimensional Varieties Campana Points on Fano Varieties Marta Pieropan (Urtecht University) 26 April 2022

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