Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences seminars

These are the research seminars of Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences.

Seminar details

Day and time: Thursday's from 12 noon - 1pm.
Venue: 39 AA 04.
Open to: Staff and postgraduate research students.

For further information, please contact the organiser Dr Carina Dunlop.

Upcoming seminars

There are currently no upcoming seminars, please check back at a later date.

Past seminars

Genetic control of BMI dynamics: a tale of longitudinal growth models and instrumental variables
Speaker: Dr. Alex Couto Alves
Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
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New developments in global sensitivity analysis of engineering models
Speaker: Oleksiy Klymenko
Date: Thursday 28 November 2019
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The role of noise in quantum decoherence in cellular systems
Speaker: Lester Buxton
Date: Thursday 10 October 2019
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The effect of spectral density on decoherence dynamics of open quantum systems
Speaker: Sapphire Lally
Date: Thursday 10 October 2019
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Breaking the bonds of weak coupling: the dynamic causal modelling of oscillator amplitudes
Speaker: Erik Fagerholm (King's College London)
Date: Thursday 6 June 2019
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Predictive policing: myth or reality?
Speaker: Sylvain Delahaies (Surrey)
Date: Thursday 7 February 2019
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Dynamic modulation of brain states using brain stimulation
Speaker: Dr Ines Violante (Psychology, Surrey)
Date: Thursday 10 January 2019
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Threshold activated coupling stabilizes the chaotic states to steady states
Speaker: Chandrakala Meena (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel)
Date: Thursday 20 December 2018
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Seizure prediction: a computer science challenge?
Speaker: Lucas Franca (University College London)
Date: Thursday 29 November 2018
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MoLSS/SSRC Mathematical modelling of sleep/wake regulation afternoon
Date: Monday 18 June 2018

Modeling sleep-wake regulation: REM sleep mechanisms and dynamics
Speaker: Victoria Booth (Departments of Mathematics and Anesthesiology, University of Michigan)

What time do you have? Modeling interindividual variability in the human circadian system
Speaker: Cecilia Diniz-Behn (Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Colorado School of Mines and Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine)

Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) control and elimination: Insights from mathematical models
Speaker: Joaquin Prada (University of Surrey)
Date: Thursday 24 May 2018
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The economics of bacterial gene expression
Speaker: Jose Gimenez (University of Surrey)
Date: Thursday 3 May 2018
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Rigorous derivation of the nonlocal reaction-diffusion FitzHugh-Nagumo system
Speaker: Gregory Faye (University of Toulouse)
Date: Thursday 26 April 2018
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Resilience of cocoa farming to climate variation
Speaker: Lorna Wilson (University of Bath)
Date: Thursday 19 April 2018
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