Deep networks have led to new techniques for solving PDEs, particularly in high-dimensional settings, and the interpretation of some deep neural networks as nonlinear PDEs has led to a new frontier to gain theoretical insight and design new algorithms for deep learning. This special issue brings together new results at this new interface between applied mathematics and data science.
This thematic collection seeks to capture exciting design neurocognition research across all neuroimaging modalities (fMRI, fNIRs, EEG, etc.), as well as to identify and delineate future directions for research in design neurocognition.
The Cambridge Law Journal is delighted to announce that Professor Lionel Bently has been appointed as Editor in Chief of the CLJ. Professor Bently will replace Professor John Bell when Professor Bell resigns after the completion of the 2019 volume. Two new editors, Dr John Allison and Dr Jamie Glister, will also join the editorial team.
Dr Nick Witham's article published in the Historical Journal entitled “Popular History, Postwar Liberalism, and the Role of the Public Intellectual in Richard Hofstadter’s The American Political Tradition,” has won the 2017 Dorothy Ross Award.
The purpose of this thematic collection is to selectively address and discuss actual topics along the entire value chain from material to design and fabrication, sharing achievements at the leading edge of research and application, and discussing ideas on future trends.