The so-called lattice approach is a very successful first principle method that allows to solve Gauge Theories. Calculations resort to large scale simulations and are typically run on the
Category Archives: PhD projects
Monte-Carlo methods are widely used in theoretical physics, statistical mechanics and condensed matter. Most of the applications have relied on importance sampling, which allows us to evaluate stochastically with a
This project is concerned with the development and application of statistical methods to combine evidence from clinical trials, to produce more reliable estimates, making informed and evidence-based decision for health.
This project will build on recent work that aims to test the security of base problems in lattice-based cryptography. These problems are computational lattice problems (e.g., learning with errors), which
This project will build on recent work that developed models that provide clinicians with a better understand of changes in children’s eyes as they get older. The models for visual