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I also thank you and your team, and of course Professor Zabaras, on having organised one of the most stimulating scientific workshops I have attended in years. Every aspect of the meeting was memorable and your choice of speakers outstanding. I feel privileged to have been included in the lot.

Roger Ghanem (University of Southern California)

I found the day extremely useful and forged interesting new connections as a direct result of meeting people at the sessions. I would not have been able to attend had it not been a free event, so I particularly wanted to thank the organisers for opening it up in that way.

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Congratulations on an excellent meeting. I think it worked very well and should lead to some excellent future collaborations.

David Abrahams (University of Cambridge)

It was great participating in the Challenges in Dynamic Imaging Data Workshop. Thanks to you and Carola for including me in the programme. Several new contacts were made with people at the meeting.

Bob Plemmons (Wake Forest University)

I certainly found the event interesting, entertaining and quite challenging. I also made some useful contacts in the academic community and I'm hoping that will lead to further collaboration.

Glyn Jones (Thales)

Just wanted to say "thank you" again! We were impressed by how smoothly the event ran, and the strong network of interested people you can mobilise! Look forward to interacting again.

Sofia Olhede (University College London)

I wanted to thank you for making our stay such a great experience. I found this event with the TGM to be inspiring and it made really a difference.

Sara Lombardo (Loughborough University )

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)

Expectations exceeded! Panel discussions so valuable, excellent variety of topics and speeches.

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I want to congratulate you on a smash hit of a meeting. I was expecting to meet about 15 people in a depressingly small space. In fact there were masses of often high-flying people there and I understand you were sold out for two months. This is a substantial achievement that provides a platform for genuinely making a difference in the UK.

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