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20th April 2023


Statistical Scalability for Data Streams: Recent Advances, Applications and Impact

This in-person event showcased research highlights from the StatScale Programme, the impact of this research and opportunities for organisations to engage with its findings. There were talks from both academic members of StatScale and from our industrial partners, featuring some of the statistical breakthroughs in our research. These include areas such as change and conditional independence testing; and their application across scientific and industrial areas such as the environment, space and telecommunications. 



14th - 16th December 2022 


Recent Developments in Statistical Scalability and Streaming Data 

With an ever-growing amount of information flowing in, one of the current challenges of statistics is to deal with large, complex, and non-standard datasets and data streams. Traditional procedures are often unable to deal with such a task, posing the need for modern, more efficient techniques. Fortunately, in the previous decade, many researchers answered the call, introducing novel, scalable methodologies. 


On this basis, we gave an opportunity for Early Career Researchers (ECR) working around statistical scalability to meet in person. The event was an occasion for such researchers to discuss the recent developments in statistical scalability and streaming data, exchange new ideas, and unveil new challenges.  



Speakers, Titles and Abstracts

22nd & 23rd April 2021

StatScale Workshop

StatScale hosted a showcase of talks from a range of invited speakers and StatScale researchers at the forefront of statistics developments for data streaming and other contemporary high-dimensional data challenges.


Speakers,Titles and Abstracts

12th -14th November 2019


Changepoint and anomaly detection in big data settings

A collaboration between AgroParisTech, INRA and StatScale

Held at Institut des Systèmes Complexes

Speakers, Titles and Abstracts

16th - 20th April 2018


Big Data challenges:

heterogeneity, model misspecification and changepoints

In collaboration with the Isaac Newton Institute

The focus of this workshop was to tackle emerging challenges associated with Big Data. That encompassed a variety of areas including heterogeneity, model misspecification and changepoints, outlining the latest research and describing key challenges that influence the research direction during the final phase of the Statistical Scalability programme.

Speakers, Titles and Abstracts


12th and 13th June 2017

First StatScale Workshop

The first StatScale Workshop took place in July 2017. This was the first opportunity for the team to come together with like-minded experts in the field.

This two day workshop was held at Lancaster University and brought together a range of speakers from the UK and Europe. 


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