Events & Partnerships

G-Research regularly host and attend events around the globe to meet the best people who might be interested in joining us. Ranging from lectures in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute, to workshops at the world’s top universities, there are many different ways to network with and find out more about G-Research.



G-Research Lecture Series

The G-Research Lecture series features the world’s leading experts in science and technology speaking on a range of topics in which they are recognised thought-leaders. The topic of the lectures explores major fields of current research at a level that will engage researchers in the field and industry experts, while being accessible and engaging for those without specialist knowledge. It is an opportunity for G-Research to support our partners and friends in the academic community by providing access to world-leading thinkers and ideas.


Previous lectures:

Mike I. Jordan- Mike will be explores the rapid growth in the size and scope of datasets in science and technology, which has created a need for novel foundational perspectives on data analysis that blend the inferential and computational sciences.


David McCandless- The G-Research Lecture series returned on June 20th with an exciting lecture by Data Journalist and Information Designer, David McCandless.


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Scott Aaronson- For our inaugural lecture, we invited US computer scientist and former MIT professor Scott Aaronson to present at the first in a series of science & technology lectures we will be holding.

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G-Research and The Alan Turing Institute launch series of data science events

We are proud to announce that G-Research will be collaborating with The Alan Turing Institute to launch a lecture series on the subject of data science, its theories and applications.

Researchers from the Institute will deliver six technical talks on their research and ideas – ranging from machine learning and statistical methods to new ways to make sense of data. These will be available to the public on the the G-Research YouTube channel.

The talks will be delivered to G-Research employees, our partners in academia and Turing researchers.

Watch Now:

“The Bayesian Crowd”– Professor Roberts (04/07/17)



The first speaker was Professor Stephen Roberts, Turing Faculty Fellow and Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Oxford.

Speaking on the 4th July on the topic of ‘The Bayesian Crowd’, Professor Roberts spoke about how in applications such as crowdsourcing, a large amount of data needs to be combined in an intelligent manner, and looks at how Bayesian models can help do this.

“Machines That See” – Professor Andrew Blake (13/09/17)

A lecture given by Research Director for the Alan Turing Institute and former Laboratory Director of Microsoft Research (Cambridge), Prof. Andrew Blake:

The visible world is ambiguous, so estimating physical properties by machine vision relies on probabilistic methods. Prior distributions over shape can help significantly to make finding and tracking objects more robust. Learned distributions for colour and texture make the estimators even more discriminative. These ideas fit into a philosophy of vision as inference: exploring hypotheses for the contents of a scene that explain an image as fully as possible.

Coming Soon:

“Just the Essential Information Please”– Professor Jared Tanner (TBD)

Professor of the Mathematics of Information at the University of Oxford and The Alan Turing Institute’s University Liaison Director, Professor Jared Tanner will show both how to apply compressed sensing and matrix completion, as well as the elegant geometric interpretations.


 “The Automatic Statistician”– Professor Zoubin Ghahramani (18/04/18)

Talk given by Professor of Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge, leader of the Cambridge Machine Learning Group, and the Cambridge Liaison Director of the Alan Turing Institute; Zoubin Ghahramani. The lecture will regard the use of Bayesian model selection strategies that automatically select and use models to generate human readable reports.


Those wishing to attend any of the lectures should contact

Case Studies

We will be holding case studies in Quantitative Finance/Modelling Research for mathematical PhDs and Postdocs based at the following Universities. Each case study will be run by one of our Senior Quantitative Researchers and there will also be the opportunity to accompany us for a drink after the event where you will be able to speak with our researchers about their work.

February 2018

March 2018 (PostDoc)

May 2018

June 2018

Warsaw– March 2018

Paris (École Polytechnique, Marie Curie, Université Paris Diderot, ParisTech) – May 2018

East Coast- (Boston, New York)- September 2018

West Coast- (Berkley, Stanford)- September 2018




Partnerships & Sponsorships

We work in partnership with several institutions, publications and specialist events, some of which are listed below:

G-Research PhD Prize in Quantitative Finance

Academic Prize of up to £10,000
G-Research are proud to sponsor this PhD Scholarship for those in their final and penultimate PhD years



Chalkdust Magazine for the mathematically curious


The London School of Geometry and Number Theory



 Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS)


Imperial College DocSoc

Imperial’s Computing Society



Oxford University Careers Service Supporters Club



European Girls Mathematical OlympiadEuropean Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad



Women Who Hack


The International Machine Learning SocietyThe International Machine Learning Society



Oxford University PhD Prize



Women in Machine Learning



Imperial College Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics



MIT logoMIT Careers Service



Imperial College – ICHack


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