I have always been fascinated by how and why things work. In particular, when I was at school, I was interested in engines and fuels; but the engineering answers I was given didn’t always satisfy my curiosity, so I started looking into the chemistry of the fuels themselves - this led me to studying Chemistry at the University of Oxford. For my research project, I was really excited to join the research group of Prof. Kylie Vincent due to her interests in H2 as a fuel and in how chemists can learn from nature. During my time working with Prof.
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Nuclear Power Development Internationally
Plans for new nuclear power plants in the UK have been much discussed in recent years and may yet stumble as EdF and Toshiba encounter financial headwinds. But what about the rest of the world? This talk will provide an update on planned nuclear power development internationally.
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St Hugh's Law Lecture
Mr Rimsky Yuen, SC JP, Secretary for Justice, Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Subject: 'The Development of Common Law in Hong Kong: Past, Present and Future.' Free and open to all, but registration is necessary. Contact:
What Happens in Los Angeles Stays in Los Angeles (2015 Edition)
I just arrived at my hotel in LA, where I will based for most of the next week and a half. I'll be giving math colloquia at UCLA and USC (and will be visiting UCLA during this trip).
While studying maths for my undergraduate and masters degrees at Cambridge, I was always interested in practical applications of the maths that I learned. This is what led me to do a PhD in machine learning at Oxford. My current research interests fall broadly under scaling up probabilistic inference, that is, methods of learning probabilistic...
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