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CMS Industrial Seminars Michaelmas Term 2017 and Lent Term 2018

A series of seminars from scientists on the use of mathematics in their companies.

These talks are open to all undergraduates, masters, PhD students and staff.

 

24 October 2017,  Morgan Stanley, Jason Ricci and Yana Afanasyeva

Stochastic control in FX e-Trading      

14 November 2017, JP Morgan, Gregory Sidier and Ben Wood

Quantitative Research and Machine learning at J.P. Morgan        

23 January 2018, Amazon, Neil Lawrence

Real World Machine Learning Challenges: Present and Future

6 February 2018, PwC, Holly Rostill and Matt Wixey

Cryptography at PwC 

20 February 2018, Spotify, Martin Gould 

Do Androids Dream of Electric Beats? Using Artificial Intelligence to Understand Music.                        

 

CMS Industrial Seminars Michaelmas Term 2016 and Lent Term 2017

29 November 2016, BP,  Bob Doubble

Commodity Trading

31 January 2017, GSK,  Dr Nicola Richmond

Can lattice theory help find a cure for paralysis?

7 February 2017, google DeepMind,  Audrunas Gruslys 

Decision-making and artificial general intelligence using deep neural networks

14 February 2017, Tesco,  Neil Roques 

How Tesco is using maths to serve Britain's shoppers better

21 February 2017, Facebook, Daniel Haimovich 

Implicit surveys at Facebook

28 February 2017, Schlumberger, Evren Yarman 

An industrial researcher’s learning experience

7 March 2017 D-Fine Dr Helge Grutjen and Dr Suren Sorathia 

Below zero: Negative interest rates as a challenge for the financial sector

14 March 2017, Cantab Capital,  Dr Chris Longworth 

Modelling commodity prices using novel data sources