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Thursday 20th April 2023


The StatScale programme is a £3.4M initiative, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), that brings together researchers at Lancaster University and the University of Cambridge, two of the UK's leading universities in Statistics, with a number of committed project partners from 2016-2023. 

The central goal of the StatScale programme has been to deliver the next generation of statistical solutions required to harness insight from streaming data. These streaming data challenges arise in numerous fields from consumer products to transport networks and energy systems. StatScale's philosophy has been to develop an integrated approach to tackling the statistical challenges arising from data streams by considering together the methodological, theoretical and computational aspects. 

Aims and Objectives 

This in-person event will showcase research highlights from the StatScale Programme, the impact of this research and opportunities for organisations to engage with its findings. There will be talks from both academic members of StatScale and from our industrial partners, featuring some of the statistical breakthroughs in our research. These include areas such as change and conditional independence testing; and their application across scientific and industrial areas such as the environment, space and telecommunications.  

The launch event for StatScale was of interest to a wide range of organisations from various industries. We believe that this event will be equally relevant to, and we look forward to welcoming, those from business and industry sectors working with streaming data from any type of background in the UK or overseas. 


The programme and timings are currently being developed; the event is expected to start at 9:30 and finish at 16:30 on Thursday 20th April 2023. You can view the programme here

Registration and Venue 

This event is free to attend and registration is now open. To register, please follow the link in the lefthand panel.  

This workshop will take place at the Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE. Please see the Wellcome Collection website for further information about the venue.