STOR-i Masterclasses


For the continuing development of STOR-i students’ research knowledge we hold five STOR-i masterclasses per year. Typically these masterclasses are given by visiting international experts in areas of STOR not covered by our in-house training. The STOR-i students are responsible for nominating speakers and organising the masterclasses. 


Upcoming masterclasses

  • 6th-7th February 2017, Professor Neil Lawrence
  • 15th-16th February 2017, Professor Stein Wallace
  • 27th-28th February 2017, Professor Gerda Claeskens
  • 20th-24th March 2017, Professor Barry Nelson

Past masterclasses

  • 29th February - 1st March 2016, Professor Ruth King: Click here for details.
  • 7th-8th March 2016, Professor Peter Grünwald: Click here for details.
  • 18th-21st March 2016, Professor Pitu Mirchandani: Click here for details.
  • 18th-22nd January 2016, Professor Barry Nelson
  • 23rd-24th March 2015, Professor David Leslie: Click here for details.
  • 16th-20th March 2015, Professor Barry Nelson: Click here for details.
  • 10th-12th March 2015, Professor Eric Kolaczyk: Click here for details.
  • 4th-6th March 2015, Professor Chris Glasbey: Click here for details.
  • 12th-13th May 2014, Dr Simon Rogers: Click here for details.
  • 26th-27th March 2014,Professor Jared Tanner: Click here for details.
  • 13th-14th January 2014, Professor Peter Frazier: Click here for details.
  • 5th-6th June 2013, Professor Anthony Davison: Click here for details.
  • 18th-19th April 2013, Professor Richard Weber: Click here for details.
  • 26-27th February 2013, Professor Havard Rue: Click here for details.
  • 13th December 2012, Professor Barry L Nelson: Click here for presentation slides for Nelson's masterclass.
  • 30th March 2012, Professor David Ryan: Click here for more details including presentations slides.
  • 6th March 2012, Professor Suvrajeet Sen: Click here for more details including presentation slides for Prof Sen's talk.
  • 17th January 2012, Professor Mark Girolami: Click here for presentation slides for Girolami's talk.