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The Statslab graduate seminars provide an opportunity for graduate students in the Statistical Laboratory to talk about an interesting topic (not necessarily their own work!) to fellow students.
The atmosphere is more informal than the “grown-up” Statslab seminar series—the emphasis is on getting almost all of the audience to understand almost all of the talk (rather than “some of the audience understands some of the talk” model, which sometimes happens). If you’d like to give a talk, please email Elena at E.Yudovina[at]statslab.cam.ac.uk
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