These seminars (unless otherwise stated) will take place on Tuesdays at 1pm via Zoom (https://ucl.zoom.us/j/97636994687) on an almost weekly basis.
Zoom link: https://ucl.zoom.us/j/97636994687
26 April 2022
Speaker: Hugh Kinnear
Supervisor: Dr A Diaz De La O
Title: Reliability-based Uncertainty Quantification for Intensive Care Unit Data.
Reliability methods and Stochastic models are used to calculate the probability that a structure will avoid sustaining intolerable damage. It is possible to apply these techniques to a broad class of problems including optimisation, Bayesian inference and history matching since in general they sample from, and estimate the size of, small regions in high dimensional spaces. In these contexts, reliability methods intrinsically provide uncertainty quantification and so are they naturally suited to tackling practical clinical problems where point estimates do not suffice. This talk will focus on a novel approach called Branching Subset Simulation that attempts to overcome the ergodic and efficiency issues encountered when adapting reliability methods for use with intensive care unit data.
10 May 2022
Speaker: Ignacia Fierro Piccardo
Supervisor: Prof T Betcke
17 May 2022
Speaker: Andela Markovic
Supervisor: Prof KM Page