|Date:||Thursday 3 November 2016|
|Location:||Room G.209 (Mordell Lecture Theatre)
Alan Turing Building
University of Manchester
A video recording of the meeting is now available:
Follow the link for information on how to get to Manchester.
Most people are likely to arrive at Manchester Piccadilly train station, from which it is an approximately 15 minute walk to the department. On arrival, go down the stairs to the Fairfield Street exit and follow these directions.
To reach room G.209, on arrival at the Alan Turing Building enter via the revolving doors and walk past reception. In the foyer, turn left. G.209 is the fourth lecture theatre on the left, just after the yellow screen and the recycling area.
The meeting is free but if you plan on attending please notify firstname.lastname@example.org.
All times are GMT.
|2.05 pm||Antony Overstall (University of Southampton)
Bayesian optimal design for ordinary differential equation models
|2.55 pm||Hugo Maruri-Aguilar (Queen Mary, University of London)
Optimal design for smooth supersaturated models
|3.45 pm||Tea & Coffee Break|
|4.10 pm||Rosemary Bailey (University of St Andrews)
Crossing, nesting, marginality and Hasse diagrams in designed experiments
Further discussion at Sandbar, Grosvenor Street.