12th - 14th July 2010
Sheffield, UK

Summary of Conference



The Uncertainty in Computer Models 2010 Conference took place at Kenwood Hall, Sheffield on the 12th, 13th and 14th July 2010.

The conference was a great success with over 80 delegates attending of which nearly 50 participated as either a contributing or invited delegate. Many delegates attended from numerous countries across Europe as well as from Canada and the United States.

Some feedback from delegates include:
"This was by far the best academic event I have attended in the last 3 years. The organisation and venue were outstanding. The speakers did a great job. I wish I learned so much at every workshop. Thank you!"

"This is one of the best workshops I have ever attended. The science was first rate and concentrated in an area of great interest to me. The talks were also well prepared and presented. I came away with several ideas from the talks/posters for my ongoing research projects. Please keep me informed about the next UCM workshop!"

"I want to tell you that the organization & welcoming have been perfect, making UCM 2010 maybe the best conference on computer experiments."

"It was an excellent meeting - good scientific programme and very well organised."

"Very well organised, good scientific programme and some excellent speakers."

"I thoroughly enjoyed the conference, particularly the diversity in the fields of the attendees and speakers. The topics for the presentations were well-chosen and balanced."

"I very much enjoyed the poster session and I gained some really good feedback on my work. I also thought that the variety in content within the posters was very good, with a lot of different applications."

"Very impressive program. Nice range of applications and also methods"

"Best concentration of talks on this subject ever!"

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