We run cross-disciplinary seminars and discussion groups aimed at sharing expertise, learning new techniques for collecting data, understanding data or combining data with models.

Past seminars

Noise-induced transitions in gene expression and a novel and robust molecular switch actuating the quantitative model of eukaryotic cell cycle control

This seminar took place on Monday 15 August 2022.

Multi-phenotype methodology on complex human traits and multi-omics for prediction of health and disease

This seminar took place on Friday 27 May 2022.

Machine learning and computational modelling in systems biology

This seminar took place on Friday 25 March 2022.

Past, present, and future of adaptive rewiring in modelling neural self-organisation

This seminar took place on Friday 25 February 2022.

Pattern search design informed by fitness landscape analysis

This seminar took place on Friday 28 January 2022.

Discussion group

Over the last two years our Data and Rhythms: Expertise, Analytics, Modelling and Simulation (DREAMS) group have met once a month. Our discussions have been wide ranging and have included:

  • Methods for the analysis of genomic data
  • Identifying 24 hour rhythmicity in short time series
  • Measurement and analysis of EEG signals
  • Analysing sound
  • Novel sensors for collecting data
  • Nonlinear time series techniques
  • Mathematical modelling
  • Music motivated by physiological time series.

Join us

If you would like to give a presentation about some research you are doing, discuss a new technique you are using or have some data that you would like to share, then please contact the academic working in the area you are interested in.

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