The Quantitative Sciences Research Institute (QSRI) co-sponsors high impact workshops that are consistent with its mission to enable interactions for modelling and quantifying interdisciplinary phenomena. Workshops must have co‑organisers from the Department of Mathematics and at least one other department at Imperial, and a maximum of 40 participants. The goal is for participants, who are experts within the quantitative sciences, to come together to exchange the latest developments and ideas in their areas, to foster new collaborations and new interdisciplinary interactions, and to provide a forum for vigorous research‑oriented discussions.

Call for proposals

CLOSED to applications. View the Call for proposals (PDF) for information on the last call.

Planned Workshops

Dates to be confirmed

Assessing the impacts of public health policies using computer microsimulation models
Workshop organisers: Franco Sassi
Organising departments: Business School, Mathematics


Plasmonics: Physics, modelling and mathematical analysis
Workshop organisers: Ory Schnitzer, Matias Ruiz, Richard Craster, John Pendry
Organising departments: Mathematics, Physics


Accelerating Regenerative Medicine Advances through Active Learning
Workshop organisers: Sarah Filippi, Seth Flaxman, Molly Stevens, Chloe Stockford
Organising departments: Mathematics, Materials, DSI, School of Public Health


Frictions in Finance: Theory and Evidence
Workshop organisers: Johannes Muhle-Karbe, Emiliano Pagnotta
Organising departments: Mathematics, Business School