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Category: Research

Photo of Akshay Gupte, Andreas Grothey, Alper Yildirim and Burak Buke speaking with Police Scotland

We are excited to announce some recent successes in our ongoing collaboration with Police Scotland. Three different projects have been approved for funding, marking a significant step forward in our working relationship. We are working closely to develop innovative solutions aimed at optimizing police resourcing through data-driven decision-making. This partnership originated as part of the […]

The annual University of Edinburgh Learning and Teaching Conference brings together staff and students to celebrate and share good practice and innovation in learning and teaching. The theme for the 2023 Conference was Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, with sub-themes such as research-informed teaching, innovation and creativity in teaching, and partnerships. The School of Mathematics […]

Earlier this month, we ran a successful workshop with National Grid ESO, hosted at the Bayes Centre. The workshop was delivered through the EPSRC IAA Partnership Development scheme as part of establishing connections with National Grid ESO’s new AI Centre of Excellence. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss a range of data and decision-making […]

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