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The picture represents a "finite energy foliation" of the 3-dimensional manifold S1 x S2 with its standard contact structure. Finite energy foliations are ways of filling 3-dimensional space with smooth surfaces that are solutions to a differential equation arising in string theory. More...
The Department of Statistical Science is the longest established university statistics department in the world. It was founded in 1911 by Karl Pearson and has played a pioneering role in the development of the subject. The Department carries out high-quality teaching at all levels (undergraduate single and combined honours, service courses, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research) and internationally-leading research across a wide range of theoretical and applied areas. Research in the Department is based on a blend of project-based research groups, multidisciplinary collaborations and individual research programmes.
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