Max Little

What's the new way to ask big questions in science?

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About Max Little

Max Little is an applied mathematician whose goal is to “see connections between subjects, not boundaries…to see how things are related, not how they are different.” He has a background in applied mathematics, statistics, signal processing and computational engineering. His work has been applied across disciplines like biomedicine, extreme rainfall analysis and forecasting, biophysical signal processing, and hydrogeomorphology and open channel flow measurement.

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From TEDMED 2013: Can you have good science without a hypothesis? Mathematician and Aston University professor Max Little uses algorithms to generate explanations we might otherwise miss.

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