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The spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has presented great challenges for organisations such as the Newton Gateway as activity takes place with those from industry and academia from across the globe and for whom collaboration is a regular and important part of their working lives. 
 
We continue discussions with our partners about the arrangements for upcoming events, some of which will be able to take place semi virtually or physically. A limited number of visitors are able to attend INI. The welfare of our visitors and staff is very important to us and details about COVID-19 safety measures can be seen on the INI website.
 
Please do keep in touch and let us know if you have any questions - either direct to one of the Gateway team or via our main email address.
 

Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences

The Newton Gateway to Mathematics, Isaac Newton Institute (INI), International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) and Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) are working with various representatives from the mathematical sciences community to develop a virtual forum for knowledge exchange in the mathematical sciences.
 
The main aim is to identify a range of virtual approaches that will help address challenges from business and industry, the third sector, and other groups outside academia. These challenges may be long-standing or may have arisen directly as a consequence of the present disruption to UK society.
 
More details available here.
 

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Upcoming Events

Uncertainty Quantification : Recent Advances in the Mathematics of Information

Thursday 26th May 2022
Møller Institute

The Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information (CCIMI) is pleased to announce its sixth annual academic conference, which will focus on the academic advances in the mathematics of information.

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Asymptomatic Testing and COVID-19: A Retrospective Assessment and Lessons Learned

Tuesday 7th June 2022
Møller Institute

This one-day in-person event aims to take a retrospective look at asymptomatic testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a forward look on what lessons can be learned to help the research community develop better models and government make better policy decisions in the future.
 

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Modelling the COVID-19 Pandemic: Achievements and Lessons

Monday 13th June 2022
Royal Society

This event will take place on 13 June at the Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG. Participants can register to attend in person or online. 
 

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Modelling to Support Resilience for Pandemics – Open Questions

Wednesday 22nd June 2022 to Thursday 23rd June 2022
Møller Institute

This two-day in-person event aims to highlight and reflect on lessons learned from the modelling undertaken during the COVID-19 pandemic. Talks and discussions will explore the key epidemiological questions.

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UK Graduate Modelling Camp

Tuesday 12th July 2022 to Friday 15th July 2022
Centre for Mathematical Sciences

This year’s UK Graduate Modelling Camp will run as a 4-day in-person workshop from 12th July to 15th July 2022 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge.

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Cambridge Mathematics of Information in Healthcare Hub (CMIH) - Academic Engagement Event

Tuesday 26th July 2022
Centre for Mathematical Sciences

This event will bring together researchers from mathematics, statistics, computer science and medicine, with clinicians and relevant industrial stakeholders

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Medical Image Understanding and Analysis 2022

Wednesday 27th July 2022 to Friday 29th July 2022
Centre for Mathematical Sciences

This three-day event is a UK-based international conference for the communication of image processing and analysis research and its application to medical imaging and biomedicine.

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6th Edwards Symposium – Soft Matter for the 21st Century

Wednesday 7th September 2022 to Friday 9th September 2022
Centre for Mathematical Sciences

The Edwards Symposium Series continues to highlight the latest developments in soft matter science with a particular (but not exclusive) emphasis on theoretical and mathematical models, and on how these models can inform industrial processes, materials, and design. Leading academic speakers convey their latest scientific work, aiming to foster collaborative and interdisciplinary discussions across the industry/academia boundary.

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Past Events


The Public Perception of Science – Virtual Study Group

Wednesday 18th May 2022 to Friday 20th May 2022

This three-day virtual study group explored the challenges related to scientific misinformation/miscommunication in the media and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientists.
 

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Cambridge Mathematics of Information in Healthcare Hub (CMIH) Industry Round Table Afternoon

Wednesday 4th May 2022

This was an invitation only engagement event of the CMIH Hub and featured presentations from CMIH researchers followed by facilitated discussion with CMIH industry partners and explored opportunities for new collaborations and engagement.

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Testimonials


The study groups provide an outstanding way for us to engage with the academic community. The key is that the study groups engage a wide range of individuals who actively work on a problem. As a result of this approach we can gain much deeper insights than we could by working alone, or even by holding a workshop. By the end of a study group we have usually made real progress in our understanding. That could mean identifying that a particular solution is a dead end. It could mean that we have an actual working solution. Or it could mean that we have scoped out useful future research, so we can focus our efforts in the areas will it make the most difference.

Adam Baylis (Environment Agency)

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The Newton Gateway is the impact initiative of the Isaac Newton Institute,  which is a national and international visitor research institute, running  research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences,  with applications over a wide range of science and technology.