# CMALS

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**Tuesday 20th February 15:00-17:00Room 248, Bower Building, University of Glasgow**

### Feb 2024 CompBio event: Mathematical Modelling

CMALS COMPBIO EVENT

**Thursday 2nd November, 2023 14:00-15:00Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 879 5617 0528)**

### Applying mathematics to problems in virus transmission and evolution

Dr Chris Illingworth (University of Glasgow)

**Wednesday 6th September, 2023 13:00-14:00Livingstone Tower LT908 University of Strathclyde**

### The Effect of Rumor and Hoax in Disease Transmission: A Mathematical Model Perspective

Asep K. Supriatna (Padjadjaran University, Indonesia)

**Tuesday 13th December, 2022 15:00-16:00ROOM 110 and ZOOM (ID: 856 3920 6067)**

### Modelling and Validating Device-Induced Thrombosis and Thromboembolization

Keefe B. Manning (The Pennsylvania State University, USA)

**Wednesday 1st June, 2022 13:00-14:00Room LT907 University of Strathclyde**

### Modeling anthrax-rabies interactions in the African savanna

Christopher Kribs (The University of Texas at Arlington, USA)

**Friday 13th May, 2022 16:15-17:00Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### Homogenization approach in heterogeneous micropolar media

Reinaldo Rodríguez Ramos (Universidad de La Habana, Havana, Cuba)

**Friday 13th May, 2022 15:30-16:15Maths 311B**

### From first- to second-gradient fluids. Is it worth the effort?

Alfredo Marzocchi (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy)

**Friday 13th May, 2022 14:15-15:00Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### A computational model of the coronary circulation

Nick Hill (University of Glasgow)

**Friday 13th May, 2022 13:30-14:15Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### Axisymmetric necking versus Treloar-Kearsley instability in a hyperelastic sheet under equibiaxial stretching

Yibin Fu (Keele University, UK)

**Thursday 12th May, 2022 16:15-17:00Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### Mathematical Modelling of Glioblastoma Invasion: Deciphering Its Interacting Dynamics with the Fibrous Brain Environment

Dumitru Trucu (University of Dundee)

**Thursday 12th May, 2022 15:30-16:15Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### Thoughts on the mechanics of growth: some remarks on how the inhomogeneity and heterogeneity of tissues may impact their evolution

Alfio Grillo (DISMA, Politecnico di Torino, Italy)

**Thursday 12th May, 2022 14:15-15:00Maths 311B AND ZOOM**

### Direct acoustic measurement of stress and strain in soft materials

Michel Destrade (NUI Galway, Galway, Ireland)

**Thursday 12th May, 2022 13:30-14:15Maths 311B and ZOOM**

### Challenges in the Continuum Modelling of Liquid Crystals

Nigel Mottram (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 12th-Friday 13th May, 2022 Maths 311B and ZOOM**

### International Workshop: A symposium on continuum questions

**Thursday 17th March, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 967 1396 5355)**

### Mathematical approaches for studying form and function of vascular tumours

Prof Helen Byrne (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 3rd February, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/Zoom (ID: 915 8495 3569)**

### Asymptotic modeling of non linear imperfect solid/solid interfaces

Prof Frédéric Lebon (Aix Marseille Université)

**Monday 6th December, 2021 11:00-12:00ZOOM (ID: 924 6361 4209)**

### Models for cell migration assays, including PDEs with nonlinear diffusion

Scott McCue (QUT, Brisbane, Australia)

**Thursday 22nd July, 2021 14:00-15:20ZOOM (ID: 959 7193 3614)**

### Modeling the skeletal muscle tissue as an anisotropic active material

Alessandro Musesti (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy)

**Friday 21st May, 2021 15:00-16:00Maths 311B**

### Statistical Inference and Uncertainty Quantification in Cardio-physiological Modelling

SoftMech-SET (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 21st March, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### A report on some recent studies on growth and remodelling

Alfio Grillo (Politecnico di Torino)

**Tuesday 19th March, 2019 12:00-17:00Room 116**

### International CMALS Workshop on Mathematical modelling in Biomechanics

**Wednesday 23rd May, 2018 15:00-16:00Maths 311B**

### A hybrid-discrete reaction diffusion model for cartilage tissue engineering via cell-seeded scaffolds

Professor Mansoor Haider (North Carolina State University)

**Thursday 17th May, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Hybrid Frameworks for modelling reaction-diffusion processes

Kit Yates (University of Bath)

**Thursday 3rd May, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Mathematical modelling in physiology and medicine: neurological diseases

Eleuterio Toro (University of Trento)

**Tuesday 24th April, 2018 18:00-19:00Seminar Room 116**

### The effective collective: Why animal groups are smarter together

Colin Torney (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 8th March, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### A FD/FE framework for fluid-structure interaction with complex materials and transitional flow

Dominik Obrist (University of Bern)

**Thursday 1st March, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### (CANCELED) Recent advances in mathematical modelling of cell migration.

Anotida Madzvamuse (University of Sussex)

**Thursday 22nd February, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311**

### Multiphase and morpho-poro-elastic multiscale models of biological tissue growth

Reuben O'Dea (University of Nottingham)

**Thursday 15th February, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Katz centrality, control analysis and directed networks

Kieran Sharkey (University of Liverpool)

**Thursday 8th February, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Pattern formation in nonlocal hyperbolic/kinetic models for collective phenomena in ecology and cell biology

Raluca Eftemie (University of Dundee)

**Thursday 1st February, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Engineering the cellular microenvironment

Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 25th January, 2018 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### How do animal territories form and change? A mathematical approach

Jonathan Potts (University of Sheffield)

**Friday 15th December, 2017 11:00-12:00Maths 116**

### Getting in Shape: in vivo and in silico studies of tissue mechanics in growth control

Dr. Yanlan Mao (University College London )

**Wednesday 13th December, 2017 10:00-11:00Maths 116**

### Modelling Collective Cell Migration: Clusters and Monolayers

Prof. Nir Gov (Weizmann Institute of Science )

**Thursday 30th November, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### The ecological and evolutionary consequences of viral plasticity

Juan Bonachela (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 16th November, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Symmetric phylogenetic group-based models using numerical algebraic geometry.

Dimitra Kosta (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 9th November, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### From discrete to continuum models of a multi-cellular system

Phillip Murray (University of Dundee)

**Thursday 2nd November, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Coordination of Algal Cilia and Flagella

Kirsty Wan (University of Exeter)

**Thursday 26th October, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### A mixed finite element formulation for slightly compressible finite elasticity with stiff fibre reinforcement

Adam Zdunek (Swedish Defence Research Agency)

**Thursday 12th October, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Evaluation of integrals from sparse and noisy data in ecological applications

Natalia Petrovskaya (University of Birmingham)

**Tuesday 26th April, 2016 Wolfson Medical Building**

### Computational modeling in healthcare: making confident predictions in a world of error and uncertainty

**Thursday 4th February, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Mathematical modelling of angiogenesis in wounds, tumours and retinae: The good, the bad and the beautiful

Prof. Mark Chaplain (University of St Andrews)

**Wednesday 3rd February, 2016 15:30-16:30Livingstone Tower LT908, Strathclyde University**

### Inequality and diversity in the ocean: lessons from a scale-invariant population model

Dr Gustav Delius (Department of Mathematics, University of York)

**Wednesday 16th December, 2015 15:00-17:00Room 515**

### CMALS afternoon workshop

**Thursday 3rd December, 2015 14:00-15:00Room 203**

### Mathematical Modelling Tools for Red Squirrel Conservation

Prof. Andy White (Heriot-Watt University )

**Friday 13th November, 2015 16:00-17:00LT908 Livingstone Tower, Strathclyde Uni**

### Approximated Lax Paris for Nonlinear Evolution Equations

PROFESSOR J-F GERBEAU (Inria and Sorbonne Universities UPMC)

**Thursday 15th October, 2015 14:00-15:00Room 203**

### Modelling eye growth

Dr Laura Kimpton (Oxford University)

**Friday 25th September, 2015 13:00-17:00Senate Room, Univ Glasgow**

### CMALS Poster Event

**Friday 1st May, 2015 14:00-15:00Mathematics, Univ Glasgow**

### Mathematical Modelling of Cancer

Prof. Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta)

**Thursday 9th April, 2015 14:00-15:00Strathclyde University**

### Moment based delay difference models for the population dynamics of fish: How far can we extend this approach?

Professor John Pope (OBE)

**Friday 9th January, 2015 13:00-17:00Maths 203**

### CMALS STUDY GROUP

**Thursday 4th December, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Unravelling the complexities of blood clotting and thrombosis using mathematical techniques

Dr Joanne Dunster (University of Reading)

**Wednesday 3rd December, 2014 14:00-15:00University of Strathclyde**

### Zooplankton life history plasticity in a changing climate: A new optimality-based model and evidence from subarctic seas

Prof Neil Banas (University of Seattle)

**Friday 28th November, 2014 09:00-17:00Mathematics, Strathclyde Univ**

### CMALS PHD Workshop

**Thursday 6th November, 2014 14:00-15:00R00m 203, Maths**

### Understanding what makes cells move with microscopes and mathematics

Prof. Robert Insall (University of Glasgow)

**Friday 23rd May, 2014 14:00-17:00Various**

### CMALS SHOW and TELL DAY

**Thursday 30th August, 2012 16:00-17:00Mathematics Building, room 325**

### The Conventional Wisdom Redux: Stochastic Evolution in Mulit-strain Epidemics

Todd Parsons (University of Toronto)

**Tuesday 19th June, 2012 15:45-16:45Mathematics Building, room 325**

### The role of communication mechanisms on the movement of self-organised biological aggregations with nonlocal interactions

Raluca Eftimie (University of Dundee)

**Tuesday 19th June, 2012 14:30-15:30Mathematics Building, room 325**

### Species persistence and spread in patchy landscapes

Frithjof Lutscher (University of Ottawa)

**Wednesday 14th January, 2009 15:30-16:30L831 Math Blg, Livingstone Tower, Strathclyde Uni.**

### to collective behaviour: decision making by house-hunting honeybees

Mary Myerscough (Centre for Mathematical Biology School of Mathema)

**Wednesday 13th August, 2008 15:00-16:00Mathematics Building, room 325**

### Modelling atherogenesis and progression as an inflammatory response

Prof Jay Walton (Texas A & M University)

**Wednesday 13th August, 2008 13:30-14:30Mathematics Building, room 325**

### Adaptive numerical methods for simulating cardiovascular fluid dynamics and electrophysiology fluid dynamics and electrophysiology

Boyce Griffith (Courant Insitute of Mathematical Sciences, New Y)

**Monday 14th July, 2008 15:00-16:00Mathematics Building, room 325**

### Organizations, Mathematics and Biology

MaurÃcio Vieira Kritz (the National Laboratory for Scientific computing, )

**Thursday 26th June, 2008 15:00-16:00Room L8.31 Livingstone Tower, Maths Department, Un**

### Simulating a developmental cell invasion process

Kerry Landman (University of Melbourne, Australia)

**Wednesday 20th February, 2008 16:00-17:00Mathematics Building**

### Topological characterization of complex biological networks

Dr. Ernesto Estrada (University of Santiago de Compostela)