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Vironix Continues to Engage with the Mathematical Sciences Research Community

Ahmed Ammar Naseer represented Vironix at a Knowledge Exchange workshop at Loughborough University on June 13. More than 50 academics from Loughborough and other universities and representatives from external organizations and companies attended.

Naseer took part in roundtable discussions with academics from the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University. These discussions centered around modelling chronic kidney disease deterioration using machine learning. The discussions covered potential strategies to tackle the problem and also identified opportunities for future collaboration.

Diwei Zhou, Professor in Statistics and Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor for Sport, Health and Well-being from the Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, Loughborough University led the workshop. The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences funded this event. It contributed to the University’s mission to foster collaboration between academia and industry. The Knowledge Exchange seeks to merge theoretical and practical aspects of mathematical sciences, align research with industry needs, and enhance professional networks. The workshop set research and educational agendas, promoted interdisciplinary collaboration, and showcased the department’s capacity to meet industry challenges to drive innovation in mathematical sciences.

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