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Statistical Laboratory

 

The Statistical Laboratory is located in Pavilion D of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. It is sub-department of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, which in turn is part of the Faculty of Mathematics. We have about 35 members, made up of permanent staff, post-docs, and post-graduate students. Our interests cover a broad range of statistics, probability and operational research.

News

Read more at: Coronavirus: latest guidance

Coronavirus: latest guidance

 

As of 14 September 2021, CMS Guidance has  been updated.


Read more at: Advice on travel

Advice on travel

For all staff and students planning to travel on University business



Read more at: International Congress of Mathematicians, St Petersburg 2022

International Congress of Mathematicians, St Petersburg 2022

DPMMS will contribute 5 invited speakers: Roland Bauerschmidt, Richard Nickl, Oscar Randal-Williams, Jake Rasmussen and  Peter Varju


Read more at: Professor Peter Whittle (27 February 1927 - 10 August 2021)

Professor Peter Whittle (27 February 1927 - 10 August 2021)

Peter was the first Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research, from 1967 until his retirement in 1994. Besides his many deep contributions to statistics, operational research and probability, he was a warm and supportive colleague, who is greatly missed.



Read more at: Congratulations to Sir John Aston

Congratulations to Sir John Aston

knighted for services to Statistics and Public Policymaking.


Read more at: Congratulations to Richard Samworth

Congratulations to Richard Samworth

on being elected a Fellow of the Royal Society 



Read more at: Congratulations to Richard Samworth and Mark Gross

Congratulations to Richard Samworth and Mark Gross

awarded European Research Council funding


Read more at: Rollo Davidson Trust - Award 2021

Rollo Davidson Trust - Award 2021

The Rollo Davidson Trustees have pleasure in announcing the award of the Rollo Davidson Prize for 2021 jointly to Ioan Manolescu and Daniel Remenik 

 



Read more at: Thomas Bond Sprague Prize 2021

Thomas Bond Sprague Prize 2021

Congratulations to  P. Bevan of Queens' College for distinguished performance in the areas of statistics and information theory.


Read more at: Congratulations to John Aston

Congratulations to John Aston

We are delighted to annouce that, with effect from 1 January 2021,  John Aston has been elected as the Harding Professor of Statistics in Public Life



Read more at: Workshop in honour of James Norris' 60th birthday

Workshop in honour of James Norris' 60th birthday

Scaling limits: from statistical mechanics to manifolds will take place 5-7 September 2022

 



Frontpage talks

Probability

29
Oct
16:00 - 17:00: MARS via LASSO
Statistics

Probability

Cambridge Statistics Clinic

05
Nov
16:00 - 17:00: TBC
Statistics