Meet Minitab at UK Leading Academic Events in 2019 Meet Minitab at UK Leading Academic Events in 2019

Discover the power of Minitab for science, maths and education

The creation of Minitab Statistical Software began in a university and today we are proud to continue to support leading academic and scientific institutions across the UK.

We invite you to meet us to discuss how you can benefit from our software to support the science and education of:

  • Statistical analysis
  • Data science
  • Machine learning

 If you would to arrange a one-to-one meeting to discuss your needs, please contact Martyn Rollason at academic@minitab.co.uk

 

Events 2019

ATM Conference - Chesford Grange, Warwick, 15-18 April 2019

The Association of Teachers of Mathematics and The Mathematical Association are delighted to announce that there will be a jointly badged annual conference in 2019 at Chesford Grange, Warwick from 15-18 April. The theme of the conference will be Mathematics. Collaboration. Creativity. The conference offers members an invaluable opportunity to explore new ideas and make social and professional connections in a stimulating and challenging environment that encourages face-to-face sharing and learning.Learn first-hand about the latest developments in mathematics education and be inspired by the wide range of sessions available.

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RSS International Conference - Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2–5 September 2019

The RSS International Conference has established itself as the only conference in the UK for anyone interested in statistics and data science. Every year, over 600 statisticians and data scientists gather from all sectors and from over 30 countries to share information and network, attracted by a varied programme of talks and workshops. The 2019 conference will, once again, be organised by ‘streams’ allowing in-depth focus on specialised topics as well as broader presentations on new developments and thinking in statistics.

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Operational Research Conference - Kent, UK, 3-5 September 2019

This main event is usually held in early September and attracts over 350 delegates from the UK, Europe, North America and elsewhere. The most recent annual conference was the OR60 Anniversary Conference, in September 2018 which was hugely successful attracting around 500 delegates. The next will be the OR61 Annual Conference on 3-5 September 2019 at the University of Kent. The three-day conference programme contains a mixture of plenary sessions given by keynote speakers and parallel streams, covering all aspects of O.R. which are of interest to both the Academic and Practitioner delegates.

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Say hello to Minitab at our next event

Martyn Rollason
Area Sales Manager, Academia & Training
Martyn invites you to have a friendly chat to discuss your areas of interest, organise a product demonstration or discover the resources and offers we have available to support your needs.

To send your questions to Martyn please contact:
Email: academic@minitab.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)24 7643 7534

Martyn Rollason Bio + About Martyn Rollason -
I help our academic customers through the EMEIA region to benefit from our software and teaching resources. It is a real privilege to work with so many renowned academic and scientific institutions. If you would like to use Minitab for teaching and using statistics at your school/college/university then please contact me.
Eugenie Chung
Technical Specialist, Chartered Statistician & Chartered Scientist (RSS) , IASSC Black Belt
Eugenie invites you to pose your challenges to see how Minitab will help you. As a member of the Royal Statistical Society, Eugenie helps practitioners apply statistical data analysis and solve data challenges in the most efficient way. Receive a personalised software demonstration and advice.

Eugenie Chung Bio + About Eugenie Chung -
I help practitioners apply statistical data analysis in the most efficient way and solve their data challenges. I have a strong foundation in statistics, especially in its application in the finance and service industry through my MORSE degree course at Warwick University and master degree at Cass Business School. Through my current role, I have acquired good knowledge of statistical application in the industry, especially in the areas for quality improvement. I am a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a member of the Royal Statistical Society.
Gillian Groom
Technical Training Specialist
Gillian will answer your questions or students' questions about using statistical analysis and machine learning software, and provide a personalised demonstration of our product features. Gillian delivers public and onsite training for Minitab, and provides statistical consultancy, for our customers across the world.

Gillian Groom Bio + About Gillian Groom -
I enjoy sharing how good data analysis together with process knowledge can lead to informed decisions that make a real difference to business performance. For many years I specialised in the use of statistical analyses for improving credit risk decisions. I have been a member of the Operational Research (OR) Society and have a Masters Degree in Probability and Statistics from Sheffield University.

Why Minitab® is a leading software for statistics education worldwide

 

Minitab software is the package of choice at more than 4,000 colleges and universities around the world.

Our software provides:

 

  • Comprehensive statistics and graphs to help instructors teach

  • User-friendly design that allows students to quickly learn the software and statistical concepts

 

To find out more click here to visit our Products and Services for Academia.

 

BONUS: What Sweets Can Teach Your Students

To spark interest in statistics with students, try this fun exercise of weighing a few bags of peanut M&M's and counting their contents to gather useful data.

Through applying statistics to this data on the weight, colour, quality, and other factors of the M&M’s, students take an everyday item such as candy and transform it into a powerful learning tool.

Download the exercise