StatScale is an ambitious, 6 year programme of research, developing the next generation statistical methods for streaming data. This £2.8M EPSRC programme grant is a collaboration between both Lancaster University and the University of Cambridge, together with AstraZeneca, BT, the Office for National Statistics, Shell and the Yale PET Centre.


Upcoming StatScale Seminar

We are hosting a seminar on 3rd July, 2020

Prof. Dr. Claudia Kirch (Otto-von-Guericke University)

Title: Functional change point detection for fMRI data 

See more details on our seminar page


StatScale Researcher Award Success

We are delighted to announce that Tom Berrett, former

StatScale researcher has been awarded the RSS

Research Prize 2020. See RSS website for details


StatScale Welcomes New Appointments

Welcome to Oliver Feng, Ilmun Kim and Henry Reeve

University of Cambridge from Autumn 2020

StatScale Welcomes Another New Appointment

Welcome to Hyeyoung Maeng working at

Lancaster University from October 2019


StatScale Welcomes New Appointment

Welcome to Yoav Zemel working at

University of Cambridge from September 2019

NEW StatScale PhD Studentship Open for Applications

Streaming Identification of Dependency Networks

in Complex Systems 

Fully funded at Lancaster University

Mid-Term Research Forum

Successful three days for StatScale Researchers 

Took place in June 2019

Recent News

StatScale Welcomes New Appointment

Welcome to Kerstin Reckrühm working at

Lancaster University from March-Aug 2019

StatScale Welcomes New Appointment

Welcome to Florian Pein working with Rajen Shah

at University of Cambridge, 1st November 2018

Statistical Scalability Workshop 2018, Windermere 

This event has now finished

thank you to all those who contributed 

Recent StatScale Appointments Here

We are delighted to welcome several

new members to our growing team

StatScale Workshop 2017, Lancaster

This event has now finished
Thank you to all those who contributed

StatScale Programme Announced 

21st September 2016

EPSRC announces the funding of StatScale as an exciting new programme of research to improve data stream interpretation