Archive for the ‘Bath IMI’ Category

Beyond the fourth dimension

Mon 19 Jun: Join us at a free IMI public lecture by Prof Ian Sloan, University of New South Wales, Australia

Marine acoustic imaging: Thu 25 May

New challenges in marine acoustic imaging: Workshop to generate discussion & new collaborations

Call for IMI Deputy Directors

Applications for two posts as Deputy Director of the Bath Institute for Mathematical Innovation are invited

UNICEF database project to map MENA social policy expertise

Our new research collaboration with UNICEF aims to map expertise in social policy across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Ideas for next IMI Thematic Semester

Work with academics from multiple disciplines to review and advance research in a specific topic

Further your research & build up contacts

IMI secondments are a unique opportunity for collaboration with colleagues from other disciplines

Chris Budd OBE 'goes to the movies' with Gresham College

Professor Chris Budd OBE delivered a lecture on the relationship between mathematics and film at the Museum of London earlier this month.

Using maths to solve problems in farming

Improving cocoa yields, estimating the quality of meat & refining the design of a hydroponics system

From lab bench to backbench: University of Bath researchers visit politicians in Westminster

Three researchers from the University of Bath will be learning how their research can inform legislation when they visit the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.

Expressions of Research exhibition - art engaging with research

Find out how artists have been working with our researchers at the Expressions of Research exhibition at 94-96 Walcot Street, Bath, 11am-6pm daily from 18-24 November.

Come along to IMI's first Open House: Thu 20 Oct

Would you like to know more about IMI, our current work and how you can get involved? All researchers and PhD students are warmly invited to the fortnightly IMI Open House.

Outdoor air pollution exceeds WHO limits for 90% of UK population

A model developed by an international team of scientists led by Dr Gavin Shaddick (Mathematical Sciences) estimates that more than 92% of the world's population live in areas with outdoor pollution levels that exceed the WHO recommended limits.

Chaos & the art of visualising complexity: Fri 14 Oct

Join us for an IMI lecture by Professor Michael Field from Imperial College, London and Rice University, USA.

From science to policy: The long road to US Ozone standard

In this talk at the BRLSI on Wednesday 21 September, world-renowned scientist Professor Jim Zidek will describe his involvement in setting US ozone standards, which exemplifies how many scientists today find themselves at the centre of the policy-making process.

New Global Chair joins the IMI

Professor Colin Fox brings international expertise to Institute for Mathematical Innovation

How maths and driverless cars could end traffic jams

Dr Lorna Wilson, IMI Commercial Research Associate, has written an article for The Conversation about a future free of traffic jams

Mike Tipping interview published in Times Higher Education

Mike Tipping, Professor of Data Science at the Bath Institute for Mathematical Innovation, discusses robots, research impact and his goal-scoring abilities

IMI helps students gain research experience to get ahead

This summer, 18 students from across campus are spending the holiday period gaining valuable research experience and getting a feel for what a career in science has to offer.

Science could help search for the next Andy Murray

Our researchers from the Department for Health and Bath IMI are investigating whether grouping young tennis players according to their physical maturity rather than their chronological age could help us develop our future tennis champions.

Chris Budd & Gavin Shaddick appointed Deputy Directors of IMI

Professor Jonathan Dawes, Director of the IMI, commented: "Chris and Gavin will develop IMI in new directions, reinforcing our mission to work with external partners, to develop cross-campus research collaborations, and to support mathematical activities, nationally and internationally."