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School of Mathematical Sciences

Research grant projects and collaborations

The members of the Probability and Applications group hold a number of research grants. Current and former research projects are listed below.

Currently funded projects

  • The Leverhulme Trust, Philip Leverhulme Prize, PI Sasha Sodin, 2021 - 2022. The value of this award is £99,935.
  • Impact Acceleration Account (EPSRC). Devolved funding. PI Kathrin Glau, 2019. The value of this award is £950.
  • EPSRC, New Investigator Award, Deep Learning Reduced Basis Method For High-Dimensional Parametric Partial, PI Kathrin Glau, 2020-2022. The value of this award is £249,508.
  • The Alan Turing Institute, PI Kathrin Glau, 2020 - 2021. The value of this award is £14,392.
  • The Alan Turing Institute, Data-Centric Engineering Fellowship, PI John Moriarty, 2020 - 2022. The value of this award is £276,279.
  • The Royal Society, Research Grants for Research Fellows 2018, Wigner matrices with few moments and fractional Brownian motions, PI Anna Maltsev, 2019 - 2023. The value of this award is £101,344.
  • The Alan Turing Institute, ATI Fellowship, PI Kathrin Glau, 2018 - 2020.
  • The Royal Society, Wolfson Research Merit Award, Spectral properties of random operators and random matrices, PI Sasha Sodin, 2017 - 2022. The value of this award is £100,000.
  • The Royal Society, University Research Fellowship, Spectral Universality for Random Matrices, PI Anna Maltsev 2017 - 2022. The value of this award is £570,177. 

 

Other funded projects

  • Horizon 2020, ERC Starting Grant, Spectral Theory of Random Operators, PI Sasha Sodin, 2015 - 2020. The value of this award is £618,641.
  • EPSRC, Early Career Fellowship, Markov chain optimisation for energy systems (Ext.), PI John Moriarty, 2017 - 2020. The value of this award is £721,069.
  • The Alan Turing Institute, Contribution to a 1 Day workshop ‘Air Quality In Urban Areas: Harnessing Data To Breathe Easy’, PI John Moriarty, 2019. The value of this award is £1250.
  • Impact Acceleration Account (EPSRC). Devolved funding. PI John Moriarty, 2019. The value of this award is £5,000.
  • LMS, Celebrating New Appointments, Gaussian fields: Geometry and applications, PIs Anna Maltsev and Stephen Muirhead, 2019. The value of this award is £1,200.
  • EPSRC, Standard Grant, MY_STORE (SUPERGEN Energy Storage Challenge) Led by Manchester, QM PI John Moriarty, 2016 - 2019. The value of this award is £107,320.
  • EPSRC, First Grant, Optimal timing for financial and economic decisions under adverse and stressful conditions, PI Neofytos Rodosthenous, 2017 - 2019. The value of this award is £126,523.
  • LMS, Visits to the UK, Visit of Prof. Andrey Dorogovstev, PI Sasha Gnedin, 2019. The value of this award is £1,328. 
  • NAG, Efficient interpolation of the implied volatility, PI Kathrin Glau, 2018 - 2019. The value of this award is £10,800.
  • LMS, Conference grant, Random event in honour of Ilya Goldsheid, PI Sasha Sodin, 2017. The value of this award is £7,000. 
  • IAMPS, Conference grant, Random event in honour of Ilya Goldsheid, PI Sasha Sodin, 2017. The value of this award is £1,290. 
  • EPSRC, Early Career Fellowship, Optimal Prediction in Local Electricity Markets, PI John Moriarty, 2015 - 2017. The value of this award is £268,396. 
  • EPSRC, Leadership Fellowship, Stochastic models for epidemics in large populations: limiting and long-term behaviour, PI Malwina Luczak, 2012 - 2017. The value of this award is £1,027,577.