Clay Mathematics Institute – London Mathematical Society Research Schools aim to introduce the brightest young mathematicians in the world to active and important areas of research through lectures by international leaders, as well as to help establish these participants as future leaders in their own research communities.
The purpose of the workshop is to bring to Cardiff world-leading scientists working particularly in the spectral theory of isotropic random fields, astrophysics and data analysis of Planck and Euclid missions. The invited talks will cover spectral theory of isotropic random fields, big data analysis of real cosmological data and related topics. The key general question to be addressed at the workshop are: statistical techniques for a big data analysis of spherical isotropic random fields (including tensor-valued random fields) and application to real and simulated cosmological data.
Our free one-day conference is a day focused on ‘Improving Teaching and Learning’ and will provide information and advice on classroom techniques, issues relating to Higher Education and new developments at Cardiff University.
This conference focuses on transnational regimes and their societal constitutionalisation from different perspectives of legal, social and political science; it allows lawyers to discuss normative legal issues beyond conceptual constraints of traditional constitutional law theories and, at the same time, political and social scientists to present general theoretical insights as well as empirical inquiries into specific transnational regimes.