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

A report on some recent studies on growth and remodelling

Alfio Grillo (Politecnico di Torino)


Tuesday 19th March 12:00-17:00
Room 116

International CMALS Workshop on Mathematical modelling in Biomechanics


Wednesday 23rd May, 2018 15:00-16:00
Maths 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 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

Hybrid Frameworks for modelling reaction-diffusion processes

Kit Yates (University of Bath)


Thursday 3rd May, 2018 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

Mathematical modelling in physiology and medicine: neurological diseases

Eleuterio Toro (University of Trento)


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

The effective collective: Why animal groups are smarter together

Colin Torney (University of Glasgow)


Thursday 8th March, 2018 14:00-15:00
311B 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 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

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

Anotida Madzvamuse (University of Sussex)


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

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

Reuben O'Dea (University of Nottingham)


Thursday 15th February, 2018 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

Katz centrality, control analysis and directed networks

Kieran Sharkey (University of Liverpool)


Thursday 8th February, 2018 14:00-15:00
311B 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 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

Engineering the cellular microenvironment

Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez (University of Glasgow)


Thursday 25th January, 2018 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

How do animal territories form and change? A mathematical approach

Jonathan Potts (University of Sheffield)


Friday 15th December, 2017 11:00-12:00
Maths 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 10:00-11:00
Maths 116

Modelling Collective Cell Migration: Clusters and Monolayers

Prof. Nir Gov (Weizmann Institute of Science )


Thursday 30th November, 2017 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

The ecological and evolutionary consequences of viral plasticity

Juan Bonachela (University of Strathclyde)


Thursday 16th November, 2017 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

Symmetric phylogenetic group-based models using numerical algebraic geometry.

Dimitra Kosta (University of Glasgow)


Thursday 9th November, 2017 14:00-15:00
311B Mathematics and Statistics Building

From discrete to continuum models of a multi-cellular system

Phillip Murray (University of Dundee)


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

Coordination of Algal Cilia and Flagella

Kirsty Wan (University of Exeter)


Thursday 26th October, 2017 14:00-15:00
311B 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 14:00-15:00
311B 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 14:00-15:00
Maths 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 15:30-16:30
Livingstone 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 15:00-17:00
Room 515

CMALS afternoon workshop


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

Mathematical Modelling Tools for Red Squirrel Conservation

Prof. Andy White (Heriot-Watt University )


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

Approximated Lax Paris for Nonlinear Evolution Equations

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


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

Modelling eye growth

Dr Laura Kimpton (Oxford University)


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

CMALS Poster Event


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

Mathematical Modelling of Cancer

Prof. Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta)


Thursday 9th April, 2015 14:00-15:00
Strathclyde 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 13:00-17:00
Maths 203

CMALS STUDY GROUP


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

Unravelling the complexities of blood clotting and thrombosis using mathematical techniques

Dr Joanne Dunster (University of Reading)


Wednesday 3rd December, 2014 14:00-15:00
University 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 09:00-17:00
Mathematics, Strathclyde Univ

CMALS PHD Workshop


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

Understanding what makes cells move with microscopes and mathematics

Prof. Robert Insall (University of Glasgow)


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

CMALS SHOW and TELL DAY


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

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

Todd Parsons (University of Toronto)


Tuesday 19th June, 2012 15:45-16:45
Mathematics 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 14:30-15:30
Mathematics Building, room 325

Species persistence and spread in patchy landscapes

Frithjof Lutscher (University of Ottawa)


Wednesday 14th January, 2009 15:30-16:30
L831 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 15:00-16:00
Mathematics Building, room 325

Modelling atherogenesis and progression as an inflammatory response

Prof Jay Walton (Texas A & M University)


Wednesday 13th August, 2008 13:30-14:30
Mathematics 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 15:00-16:00
Mathematics Building, room 325

Organizations, Mathematics and Biology

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


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

Simulating a developmental cell invasion process

Kerry Landman (University of Melbourne, Australia)


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

Topological characterization of complex biological networks

Dr. Ernesto Estrada (University of Santiago de Compostela)


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