One of the great intellectual achievements of the twentieth century was the theory of quantum mechanics, according to which observational results can only be predicted probabilistically rather than more
Alan Turing was one of our great 20th century mathematicians, and a pioneer of computer science. However, he may best be remembered as one of the leading code breakers of Bletchley Park during World more
Professor Erik Kwakkel, University of British Columbia
The defining feature of the medieval manuscript—the premodern book at the heart of this lecture—is that its contents have been written rather than printed. A compelling feature of written text from more
Volcanoes are spectacular natural phenomena. Earth has experienced
volcanism since its beginnings and observing a volcanic eruption is a
truly primeval experience. Volcanoes have shaped our planet more
Darwin is delighted to welcome our first Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholar, Jonathan So. Jonathan is commencing PhD research on probabilistic representation learning in the Department of Engineering. He joins us from University College London, having previously worked as a software developer.