# Applied Mathematics

Until 2012 Applied Mathematics seminars were held as part of the Mathematical Biology and Continuum Mechanics seminars.

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**Friday 29th September 14:30-15:30Maths 311B/ ZOOM (ID: 858 8205 0218)**

### What leads to Stokes drift?

Dr Anirban Guha (University of Dundee)

**Wednesday 6th September 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)

**Thursday 4th May 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 867 9889 8495)**

### A Mathematical Eye (IMA Presidential Address 2022)

Prof Paul Glendinning (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 30th March 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 833 4216 7641)**

### Diffusion in arrays of obstacles: beyond homogenisation

Dr Alexandra Tzella (University of Birmingham)

**Thursday 23rd March 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 893 4281 9809)**

### Multiscale Modelling for Tendon Tissue Engineering

Dr Amy Kent (University of Oxford)

**Tuesday 21st March 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 838 0651 2263)**

### The Main Problem of Antonio Signorini

Prof Giuseppe Saccomandi (Università degli Studi di Perugia)

**Thursday 9th March 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 895 5804 5873)**

### Micromechanical analysis of the effective stiffness of poroelastic composites and a first approximation to modelling microstructural changes induced by myocardial infarction

Dr Laura Miller (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 2nd March 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 865 8698 7877)**

### Thermomechanical effects in decohesion and damage of double-stranded biological systems

Dr Luca Bellino (Politecnico di Bari)

**Thursday 23rd February 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / (ID: 823 6352 3683)**

### Detecting stability and multi-stability in multispecies non-local advection-diffusion models

Dr Valeria Giunta (University of Sheffield)

**Thursday 16th February 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 879 8794 8399)**

### Large deformation poro-hyperelasticity

Dr Hamidreza Dehghani (Université du Luxembourg)

**Thursday 9th February 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 885 6048 4445)**

### Asymptotic modelling of thin adhesive layers

Prof Raffaella Rizzoni (University of Ferrara)

**Thursday 2nd February 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 886 5500 9455)**

### Active nematic multipoles: a threefold application of nematic harmonics

Dr Alexander Houston (University of York)

**Wednesday 1st February 14:00-15:00CTT BOYD ORR:709AB**

### Inference in cardiac mechanics

Dirk Husmeier (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 26th January 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 856 4864 6672)**

### Challenges in modeling the transmission dynamics of childhood diseases

Prof Felicia Magpantay (Queen's University)

**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)

**Thursday 1st December, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 863 7636 2448)**

### Random walks for modelling and analysis of animal movement behaviour

Prof Edward A. Codling (University of Essex)

**Thursday 24th November, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 831 7232 4866)**

### The excitation of resonant free-surface gravity waves in confined geometries

Dr Matthew Durey (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 17th November, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 875 6661 5914)**

### The mechanisms behind the hydration-induced mechanical response of spider silk

Dr Noy Cohen (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)

**Wednesday 16th November, 2022 15:00-16:00Maths 110/ ZOOM (ID: 869 8618 2208)**

### Observational proxies of magnetic helicity in the Sun, its origin, transport, and role in the solar dynamo models

Dr Kirill Kuzanyan

**Thursday 10th November, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 847 8173 5306)**

### Computational plasticity and viscoelasticity in the mirror: Small and large strain formulations based on hyperelasticity and elastic corrector rates.

Prof Francisco Javier Montans (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)

**Thursday 3rd November, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 894 1122 8633)**

### Multiscale modeling and simulation of neuronal processes in the context of medical applications

Dr Gillian Queisser (Temple University)

**Thursday 27th October, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 876 2789 6019)**

### Driven interfacial hydrodynamics

Dr Stuart Thomson (University of Bristol)

**Thursday 20th October, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 895 2722 2908)**

### A mixed Finite Element Method for 3D in-elasticity problems at large strains with weakly imposed symmetry

Dr Lukasz Kaczmarczyk (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 13th October, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 878 5223 3360)**

### Complex-tensor Theory of Simple Smectics

Dr Tyler Shendruk (University of Edinburgh)

**Thursday 6th October, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 894 4545 5110)**

### A new model of first order hyperbolic continuum mechanics solved with high order ADER schemes

Dr Olindo Zanotti (University of Trento)

**Friday 30th September, 2022 14:00-15:00Maths 311B / ZOOM (ID: 820 7466 7233)**

### An Image-based approach to reveal the poromechanics behaviour of soft tissues

Dr Olga Barrera (Oxford Brookes University)

**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 24th March, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 984 0117 4999)**

### Modelling Ultra-low Frequency Waves of Earth’s Magnetosphere with Magnetohydrodynamics

Dr Thomas Elsden (University of Glasgow)

**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 10th March, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 951 1959 4471)**

### Multi-scale modelling of emergent dynamic metamaterial behaviour in linear and non-linear regimes

Prof Varvara Kouznetsova (Eindhoven University of Technology)

**Thursday 3rd March, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 935 9677 5713)**

### Equilibrium textures on nematic shells

Prof Luigi Vergori (Università degli Studi di Perugia)

**Thursday 24th February, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 965 3567 1512)**

### Footnotes to Turing (1952): Some Modern Challenges in Pattern Formation

Dr Andrew Krause (Durham University)

**Thursday 17th February, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 981 7560 8906)**

### Transient negative turbulent diffusivity induced by fluctuations of the Lorentz force

Prof Krzysztof Mizerski (Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences)

**Thursday 10th February, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 940 1661 4917)**

### Applications of magnetic winding

Dr David Mactaggart (University of Glasgow)

**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)

**Thursday 27th January, 2022 14:00-15:00Room 110/Zoom (ID: 995 2226 2796)**

### A patient-specific framework for the mechanical modelling of brain tumours

Dr Chiara Giverso (Politecnico di Torino)

**Thursday 9th December, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 952 2617 3958)**

### A few tries at convection

Prof Matthew Browning (University of Exeter)

**Thursday 2nd December, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/Zoom (ID: 937 6772 3490)**

### The Pauli principle in the Monte Carlo Method for charge transport in graphene

Dr Marco Coco (Università Politecnica delle Marche)

**Thursday 25th November, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ ZOOM (ID: 939 7280 8469)**

### Oscillations in Gene Regulatory Networks: The Importance of Spatial Aspects

Dr Cicely Macnamara (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 18th November, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 925 8062 4476)**

### Turbulent energy cascade associated with viscous reconnection of two vortex rings

Dr Nguyen Van Luc (Ton Duc Thang University )

**Thursday 11th November, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 926 4576 2057)**

### Mathematical model of fluid flow in a lymph node

Alberto Girelli (Università di Milano-Bicocca)

**Thursday 4th November, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 969 9984 7982)**

### Contact geometry, Hamiltonization and applications

Dr Alessandro Bravetti (National Autonomous University of Mexico)

**Thursday 21st October, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 994 9050 0701)**

### Image-Based Computational Modelling of Fetal and Adult Cardiac Biomechanics

Dr Choon Hwai Yap (Imperial College London)

**Friday 15th October, 2021 15:00-16:00https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MNW32H/**

### Collaborative Healthcare Innovation through Mathematics, Engineering and AI

Rebecca Shipley and her group (University College London)

**Thursday 14th October, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 988 3471 8936)**

### Effective balance equations for elastic composites subject to inhomogeneous potentials

Dr Raimondo Penta (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 7th October, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 943 3309 0482)**

### A Fractional Viscoelastic Model of Flutter. Applications to Aeroelasticity

Prof Pablo Padilla (National Autonomous University of Mexico)

**Thursday 30th September, 2021 14:00-15:00Room 110/ZOOM (ID: 949 5077 4174)**

### A General Model of Structured Cell Kinetics

Prof Nigel Mottram (University of Glasgow)

**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)

**Friday 7th May, 2021 15:00-16:00https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MNW32H/**

### On the effects of vascular network size for hemodynamic parameter inference

Mitchel Colebank (North Carolina State University)

**Friday 30th April, 2021 15:00-16:00https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MNW32H/**

### Understanding Scientific Processes via Sequential History Matching and Emulation of Computer Models

Samuel Jackson (University of Southampton)

**Thursday 25th March, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 995 8441 6316)**

### A tale of fluids and solids on the small and large scales

Katarzyna Kowal (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 18th March, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 927 2849 2988)**

### *Major IMA event* Building a Powerful Mathematical Identity!

Dr Nira Chamberlain CMath CSci FIMA (IMA)

**Thursday 4th March, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 965 8131 2949)**

### Modeling of toroidal aggregates in chromonic liquid crystals

Dmitry Golovaty (The University of Akron, USA.)

**Thursday 25th February, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 938 5400 3489)**

### Macroscopic description of bio-inspired strategies for swarm robotic systems

Gissell Estrada (Laboratory Jacques-Louis Lions (UPMC), France)

**Thursday 18th February, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 930 6126 4992)**

### Rossby Waves: bridging scales on Earth’s Atmosphere and the Sun

Breno Raphaldini (Durham University)

**Thursday 11th February, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 917 6490 8838)**

### Targeting right ventricular ischemia, fibrosis and diastolic dysfunction in pulmonary arterial hypertension

Lian Tian (University of Strathclyde)

**Friday 5th February, 2021 15:00-16:00ZOOM: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MNW32H/**

### Assessing model mismatch and model selection in a Bayesian uncertainty quantification analysis of a fluid-dynamics model of pulmonary blood circulation

Mihaela Paun (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 4th February, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 971 6941 8682)**

### Shape Optimization Problems in Liquid Crystals

Tim Atherton (Tufts University, USA)

**Thursday 28th January, 2021 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 986 3052 9663)**

### The role of fractional diffusion in the growth of a tumour

Ariel Ramìrez Torres (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 3rd December, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 974 6061 9119)**

### Axisymmetry of critical points of the Onsager functional for liquid crystals

John Ball (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh)

**Thursday 26th November, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 981 0015 2180)**

### Multiscale modelling of T-cell development and selection in the thymus

Philippe August Robert (University of Oslo, Institute of Clinical Medicine)

**Thursday 19th November, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 999 9182 3581)**

### On the spectrum of the curl operator and the helicity of a bounded domain

Alberto Valli (Università degli Studi di Trento)

**Thursday 12th November, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 965 2204 6263)**

### Correlations in microswimmer suspensions

Alexander Morozov (University of Edinburgh)

**Thursday 5th November, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 931 2780 4645)**

### Homogenization of Composites Focused on Time Domain Effective Viscoelasticity and Investigating Instabilities.

Tarkes Dora P. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

**Thursday 29th October, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 928 8535 6036)**

### Magnetic winding: what is it and what is it good for?

David MacTaggart (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 22nd October, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 978 1364 3992)**

### Fractional wave equations: hereditariness and non-locality

Dušan Zorica (Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences)

**Thursday 15th October, 2020 13:00-14:00ZOOM (ID: 967 9494 2216)**

### Overall properties of linear viscoelastic composites

Reinaldo Rodríguez-Ramos (University of Havana)

**Thursday 23rd July, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 953 2392 6772)**

### Non-invasive assessment of the cardiac function: a patient-specific modeling perspective

Simone Pezzuto (USI, Switzerland)

**Thursday 9th July, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 971 1720 8523)**

### Rods in contact under pressure

Marta Zoppello (Politecnico di Torino)

**Thursday 25th June, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 977 3960 3365)**

### Bacterial nutrient uptake and cryopreservation: Bridging scales in mass transport

Mohit Dalwadi (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK)

**Thursday 11th June, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 975 5764 7846)**

### Exploring the tumour microenvironment using image-based modelling

Paul Sweeney (Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute)

**Thursday 28th May, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (ID: 975 0629 9248)**

### A combined experimental and mathematical modeling approach to dissect the mode of Leishmania Major control

Anastasios Siokis (Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany)

**Thursday 14th May, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (https://uofglasgow.zoom.us/j/93092976377)**

### Morpho-elasticity of solid tumours

Davide Riccobelli (SISSA, Italy)

**Thursday 30th April, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (https://uofglasgow.zoom.us/j/92795669178)**

### Von Neumann-Gale dynamics and capital growth in financial markets with frictions

Esmaeil Babaei Khezerloo (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 16th April, 2020 14:00-15:00ZOOM (online seminar)**

### Mechanistic-statistical approach for dating and localizing biological invasions

Candy Abboud (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 19th March, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### [CANCELLED] Modelling complex vascular anatomies in exchange organs to predict heterogeneity in response to disease

Alys Clark (The University of Auckland)

**Thursday 12th March, 2020 18:00-19:00Room LT908, University of Strathclyde**

### RSS Glasgow: Dirk Husmeier, Statistical Inference in Cardiac Mechanics

**Thursday 12th March, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### An overview of the Rapid-distortion theory approach to jet surface interaction noise modelling

Mohammed Afsar (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 5th March, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### [CANCELLED] START OFF WITH THE VIRTUAL ELEMENT METHOD

Franco Dassi (Universita' degli Studi di Milano Bicocca)

**Thursday 27th February, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Modelling the interplay of physical and chemical drivers of tumour metastasis

Fabian Spill (University of Birmingham)

**Thursday 20th February, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### New routes to quantify topological complexity by adapted polynomials

Renzo Ricca (Universita' Milano Bicocca)

**Thursday 13th February, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Dynamical Diagnose of Pile Foundations and its Innovation

Walter Hu (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 6th February, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF BLEPHAROPTOSIS: MECHANISM AND APPLICATION

Ruoyu Huang (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 30th January, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Stabilising effect of magnetic field line topology in plasmas

Simon Candelaresi (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 23rd January, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 116**

### Analysis of seismic metasurfaces using specialised asymptotic models for Rayleigh waves

Peter Wootton (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 16th January, 2020 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Pushing and pulling: Centrosome positioning in polarized cells

Adriana Dawes (The Ohio State University )

**Thursday 12th December, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Multi-scale, multi-compartment modelling of the human brain

Stephen Payne (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 5th December, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Atherosclerosis Vulnerability Assessment--from in vivo imaging to micro structure and biomechanical analysis

Zhongzhao Teng (University of Cambridge)

**Thursday 28th November, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Nonlinear wave dynamics in the equilibrium thermodynamics of nematics

Francesco Giglio (University of Glasgow)

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

### PARTICULATE COMPOSITES IN FINITE DEFORMATION

Gal Debotton (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)

**Thursday 14th November, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Spline-based diffusion models and application to accelerometer data

Theo Michelot (University of St Andrews)

**Friday 8th November, 2019 14:00-15:00Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 422 Seminar Room**

### Statistical emulation of cardiac mechanics

Dirk Husmeier (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 7th November, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### The mechanics of cell migration

Davide Ambrosi (Politecnico di Torino)

**Thursday 31st October, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Bayesian Inference-Informed Agent-Based Modelling of Migratory Fish near Energy Infrastructure

Jennifer Gaskell (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 24th October, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### iPhones, Dysons and Cheerios: using fluid dynamics to aid technology

Ian Griffiths (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford)

**Thursday 17th October, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### A variational model for epitaxial crystal growth with adatoms

Riccardo Cristoferi (Heriot-Watt University)

**Thursday 10th October, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Analyzing the impact of mechanical effects on anticancer treatments

Pietro Mascheroni (Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research)

**Thursday 26th September, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Analytical solutions of integrable nonlinear diffusion equations for modelling groundwater infiltration and metal solidification

Dimetre Triadis (La Trobe University, Australia)

**Thursday 18th April, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Dissecting the evolutionary and spatial dynamics of cancer through nonlinear partial differential equations

Tommaso Lorenzi (University of St Andrews)

**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

**Monday 18th March, 2019 11:00-12:00Maths 311B**

### Rethinking the predator-prey relationship

Rebecca C. Tyson (University of British Columbia Okanagan, Canada)

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

### Nonlocal models for cell-cell interactions

Kevin Painter (Heriot-Watt University)

**Thursday 7th March, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Modelling heat transport and magnetism in stellar convection zones

Laura Currie (University of Exeter)

**Thursday 28th February, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### iPhones and Dysons: using fluid dynamics to tailor technology

Ian Griffiths (Mathematical institute, University of Oxford)

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

### Formation and decay of sunspots

Gert Botha (Northumbria University, Newcastle)

**Thursday 14th February, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Low-order models for thick-film flows

Alexander Wray (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

**Thursday 7th February, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Plateau, the Cosserat, and the mechanics of shapes

Giulio Giuseppe Giusteri (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

**Thursday 31st January, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Novel approaches for upscaling linear advection diffusion reaction processes in porous media

Matteo Icardi (University of Nottingham)

**Thursday 24th January, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Mathematical models of retinal degeneration

Paul A. Roberts (University of Sussex)

**Thursday 17th January, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 116**

### On the study of tumour growth influenced by self-driven inhmogeneities

Salvatore di Stefano (Politecnico di Torino)

**Thursday 10th January, 2019 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Analysis of micro-architected polymer materials fabricated using 3D printing

Andrei Costantinescu (LMS, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique)

**Thursday 29th November, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Active Matter and the Physics of Collective Motion

Francesco Ginelli (University of Aberdeen)

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

### Vortices and jets in planetary cores

Céline Guervilly (Newcastle University)

**Thursday 15th November, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### A robust and efficient adaptive multigrid solver for geometric evolution laws with applications to cell migration

Anotida Madzvamuse (University of Sussex)

**Monday 5th November, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Hierarchy of models for flow through porous media

Kumbakonam Rajagopal (Texas A&M University)

**Thursday 1st November, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### How to bend a microtubule

Simon Pearce (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 18th October, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Microscale systems: armoured microbubbles and retinal haemorrhage

Tamsin Spelman (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 11th October, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Observations and numerical models of coronal heating associated with spicules and PCDs

Ineke De Moortel (University of St Andrews)

**Thursday 4th October, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### Discrete models of elastic growth and vascular solute transport

Alexander Erlich (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 27th September, 2018 14:00-15:00Maths 311B**

### MHD Modelling of Solar Coronal Jets

Peter Wyper (University of Durham)

**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 22nd March, 2018 14:00-15:00110 Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### The geometry and flow of aqueous foams

Simon Cox (University of Aberystwyth)

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

### Preconditioned iterative methods for nonsymmetric Toeplitz and block Toeplitz matrices

Jennifer Pestana (University of Strathclyde)

**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 23rd November, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Fingers and Bubbles in Rigid and Flexible Tubes

Andrew Hazel (University of Manchester)

**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)

**Thursday 21st September, 2017 14:00-15:00311B Mathematics and Statistics Building**

### Evaluation of Variations in the In Vivo Mechanics of the Human Right Ventricle through Shape Analysis Based Strategies

Prof. John C Brigham (Durham University)

**Wednesday 12th July, 2017 11:00-12:00 Room 116, Mathematics & Statistics Building**

### Penalising model component complexity: A principled practical approach to constructing priors

Håvard Rue (KAUST)

**Thursday 25th May, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths Building Seminar Room**

### Morphology and Mechanics of Cellular Matter: from Tilings to Tissues

Sascha Hilgenfeldt (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

**Thursday 18th May, 2017 14:00-15:00110 Mathematics Building**

### Spatial disorder in models of physiological transport

Prof. Oliver Jensen (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 11th May, 2017 14:00-15:00 Wolfson Medical School Seminar Room 1**

### Multiscale integrative modelling of airway mechanobiology in asthma.

Dr Bindi Brook (University of Nottingham)

**Thursday 4th May, 2017 14:00-15:00109 Main Lecture Theatre, Gregory Building**

### The Mathematics and Mechanics of the Brain: from Axon to Organ, from Morphogenesis to Trauma.

Prof Alain Goriely (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 23rd March, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Homogeneous and hierarchical composite soft dielectric elastomer actuators: constitutive modelling, homogenization and instabilities

Prof Massimiliano Gei (Cardiff University)

**Thursday 16th March, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Microstructure-based hyperelastic models for cellular solids

Dr Angela Mihai (Cardiff University)

**Thursday 9th March, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Defect curvature energy on nematic shells

Dr Andre Sonnet (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 2nd March, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Minimality conditions for travelling waves in a smectic C* liquid crystal

Dr Micheal Grinfeld (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 23rd February, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Electron magneto-hydrodynamics in a neutron star crust

Dr Toby Wood (Newcastle University)

**Thursday 16th February, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Investigation of multiphase composites via asymptotic homogenization and its application to the bone hierarchical structure

Raimondo Penta (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)

**Thursday 9th February, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Assessing Cardiomechanical Health through Imaging and Computational Modelling

Dr David Nordsletten (King's College London)

**Thursday 2nd February, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### The magnetic Rayleigh-Taylor instability in Solar Prominences

Dr Andrew Hillier (University of Exeter)

**Thursday 26th January, 2017 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Solar Avalanches and Cellular Automata: coronal magnetic energy release via an MHD avalanche

Prof Alan Hood (University of St Andrews)

**Thursday 19th January, 2017 14:00-15:00**

### TBA

Prof Mikhail Osipov (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 15th December, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Energy-driven pattern formation in elastic films

Dr David Bourne (Durham University)

**Thursday 8th December, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 515**

### Mathematical and computational multiscale modelling of cancer mechano-biology

Dr Vasileios Vavourakis

**Thursday 1st December, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Physical and numerical modelling on wave-dune interaction processes and beach resilience

Dr Felice D'Alessandro (Università del Salento)

**Thursday 24th November, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Mathematical modelling of the neural control of blood pressure

Prof Champneys (University of Bristol)

**Thursday 17th November, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Stochastic modelling of the naive T cell repertoire: size and diversity

Prof Carmen Molina-Paris (University of Leeds)

**Thursday 10th November, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Instabilities in pressurized poked shells and stretched elastic cylinders

Dr Matteo Taffetani (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 3rd November, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Turbulent flow over irregular rough surfaces: statistical properties of the near-wall flow

Dr. Angela Busse (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 27th October, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Microstuctural models of ligament and tendon elasticity and viscoelasticity

Dr Tom Shearer (University of Manchester)

**Thursday 29th September, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### The global distribution of magnetic helicity in the Sun's corona

Dr Anthony Yeates (Durham University)

**Thursday 16th June, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Diffusion in Cellular Systems

Prof. Brian D. Wood (Oregon State University)

**Friday 27th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Estimation of Fully Three-Dimensional Properties of Passive Soft Tissues: A Coupled Inverse model-experimental Study

Prof. Michael Sacks (University of Texas at Austin)

**Thursday 26th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Geometry of field lines in elasticity and MHD

Prof. Mitchell Berger (University of Exeter)

**Wednesday 25th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Multiphase modelling of growing tissue

Prof. John King (University of Nottingham)

**Monday 23rd May, 2016 17:30-18:30Maths 203**

### Big data, Networks and the Internet of Things: a mathematician's perspective

Prof. Desmond Higham (University of Strathclyde)

**Thursday 19th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### A Hybrid Discrete-Continuum Mathematical Model of Pattern Prediction in the Developing Retinal Vasculature

Dr. Michael Watson (Heriot-Watt University)

**Friday 13th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Hemodynamic Analysis of Vasodilation Function in Microcirculation through Numerical Modeling

Dr Ying HE (Dalian University of Technology (China))

**Wednesday 11th May, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Mathematical Equilibria: Applications, Models and Algorithms. An introduction.

Dr Giancarlo Bigi (Università di Pisa)

**Thursday 24th March, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Exploring The Mechanics Of Swimming

Prof. Eamonn Gaffney (University of Oxford)

**Wednesday 23rd March, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 417**

### Large deformations of planar extensible beams and pantographic lattices: heuristic homogenization, experimental and numerical examples of equilibrium

Prof. Francesco dell'Isola (Università La Sapienza, Rome)

**Thursday 17th March, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Mechanobiology: the stress of life

Dr. Mark Thompson (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 10th March, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Modelling the mechanobiology of intracranial aneurysm evolution

Dr. Paul Watton (University of Sheffield)

**Thursday 3rd March, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Multiscale Tissue Mechanics: from Microstructure to Pathophysiology

Dr. Yuhang Chen (Heriot-Watt University)

**Thursday 18th February, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### The cellular mechanisms driving primitive streak formation in the chick embryo

Prof. Kees Weijer (University of Dundee)

**Thursday 11th February, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### The curling of ribbons via sharp blades

Dr. Christopher Prior (University of Durham)

**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)

**Thursday 21st January, 2016 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Foam improved oil recovery: Foams on the verge of a nervous breakdown

Dr. Paul Grassia (University of Strathclyde)

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

### Mathematical Modelling Tools for Red Squirrel Conservation

Prof. Andy White (Heriot-Watt University )

**Thursday 26th November, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 417**

### Effects of macroalgal toxicity and overfishing on the resilience of coral reefs

Prof. Samares Pal (University of Kalyani, India)

**Thursday 19th November, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Models of convection in Earth’s core with lateral variations in boundary heat flow

Dr. Christopher Davies (University of Leeds)

**Thursday 12th November, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Concentration profiles of F-actin binding molecules shape the dynamics of actin driven motility

Prof. Martin Falcke (Humboldt University)

**Thursday 5th November, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Epistasis on networks: Genetic interactions and network reliability

Dr. Delgado-Eckert (Universitäts-Kinderspital beider, Basel)

**Thursday 29th October, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 417**

### Mechanics and Instabilities of Fluid-Conveying Elastic-Walled Tubes

Dr. Robert Whittaker (University of Norwich)

**Thursday 22nd October, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### The Ubiquitous Compass –Earth’s magnetic field in the smartphone era

Dr. Beggan (British Geological Survey, Edimburgh)

**Thursday 15th October, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 522**

### Modelling eye growth

Dr. Laura Kimpton (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 24th September, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Measuring magnetic helicity in the Sun from ground and space: message for dynamo theory.

Dr. Kirill Kuzanyan (IZMIRAN, Russian Academy of Sciences)

**Wednesday 23rd September, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 325**

### Calibration of a Stochastic Model for Corporate Credit Spreads

Dr Douglas McLean (Moody’s Analytics, Edinburgh)

**Wednesday 16th September, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 325**

### Structure preserving discretizations in isogeometric analysis: B-splines and hierarchical splines

Dr. Rafael Vázquez Hernández (IMATI-CNR, Pavia (Italy))

**Monday 14th September, 2015 14:00-15:00Maths 325**

### Homogenization of a directed periodic dispersal model for animal foraging

Prof. Brian Yurk (Hope College, Holland)

**Thursday 22nd May, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Optimal locomotion of cells

Dr. Eric Lauga (University of Cambridge)

**Thursday 15th May, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Micro/Nanomechanics in Engineering and Biological Systems

Dr Jinju Chen (Newcastle University)

**Thursday 8th May, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Chains and rings of spherical magnets

Dr. Cameron Hall (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 1st May, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Mathematical Modelling of Cancer

Prof. Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta (Canada))

**Thursday 27th March, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### The Dynamics and the Heating of Solar Coronal Loops

Dr. Mahboubeh Asgari-Targhi (Harvard University)

**Thursday 13th March, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Solitons and Breathers on Quantized Superfluid Vortices

Dr. Hayder Salman (University of East Anglia)

**Thursday 20th February, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Multiscale modelling of discrete microstructure

Dr. Ron Peerlings (Eindhoven University of Technology)

**Thursday 13th February, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Higher order in time ALE formulations: a DG approach

Dr. Irene Kyza (University of Dundee)

**Thursday 6th February, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Anatomically accurate multiscale-multiphysics models of total cardiac function

Prof. Gernot Planck (University of Graz)

**Thursday 30th January, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Regularity of weak and viscosity solutions to phase transition problems with convection

Dr. Aram Karakhanyan

**Thursday 23rd January, 2014 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Design and Manufacture with Advanced Composite and Porous Materials

Dr. Philip Harrison (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 28th November, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### On the approximation of isochoric motions of fluids under different flow conditions

Dr. Luigi Vergori (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 14th November, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Coalescence and fracture of gas-liquid foams

Dr. Peter Stewart (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 7th November, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Personalising Computational Cardiology

Dr. Steven Niederer (King's College London)

**Thursday 24th October, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Vortex Dynamics and Quantum Turbulence in Bose-Einstein Condensates

Dr. Joy Allen (Newcastle University)

**Thursday 17th October, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### A phase field model for the optimization of the Willmore energy in the class of connected surfaces

Dr. Patrick Dondl (Durham University)

**Thursday 3rd October, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 326**

### Elastodynamics in two contexts, foam micromechanics and ribbon curling

Dr. Buddhapriya Chakrabarti (Durham University)

**Friday 6th September, 2013 15:00-16:00Maths 509**

### Some observations on ecosystem-based fisheries management

Nandadulal Bairagi ( (Centre for Mathematical Biology and Ecology, De)

**Thursday 25th July, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Mathematical Modeling of Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

Dr. Alan Lindsay (Heriot-Watt University)

**Thursday 6th June, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### High Performance Computing to tackle turbulence problems

Dr. Sylvain Laizet (Dept. of Aeronautics, Imperial College London)

**Wednesday 22nd May, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Quasistatic evolution problems in plasticity

Prof. Maria Giovanna Mora (University of Pavia, Italy)

**Thursday 16th May, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Seashell growth and morphology

Dr. Derek Moulton (University of Oxford)

**Thursday 9th May, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Stochastic Models of Tumor Progression

Dr. Tibor Antal (Edinburgh University)

**Thursday 18th April, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 204**

### Vortex reconnections

Prof. Carlo Barenghi (Newcastle University)

**Thursday 14th March, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Freezing colloidal suspensions: ice segregation and pattern formation

Dr. Anthony Anderson (University of Cambridge)

**Friday 8th March, 2013 16:00-17:00Maths 203**

### Mixed-type functional differential equations: theory, applications and numerical insights

Prof. Neville Ford (University of Chester)

**Friday 8th March, 2013 15:00-16:00Maths 203**

### Mechanics of Soft Tissues: Reflecting on Roads Traveled And The Road Just Taken

Prof. Alan D. Freed (Saginaw Valley State University, MI, USA)

**Thursday 28th February, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### On a constitutive model for microbial biofilms based on polymer mechanics

Dr. Alexander Ehret (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 21st February, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Supernovae driven turbulence: dynamo, mean and random structure and the multiphase interstellar medium.

Dr. Frederick Gent (University of Sheffield)

**Thursday 14th February, 2013 02:00-03:00Maths 203**

### Analysis of mathematical models of CI inducing Wolbachia infections

Jozsef Farkas (University of Stirling)

**Thursday 7th February, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths 203**

### Scale-bridging in models of crystal plasticity

Dr. Caterina Zeppieri (Universitaet Muenster)

**Thursday 31st January, 2013 14:00-15:00Maths, 203**

### Biomechanical modelling of dispersion in cardiac hypertrophy

T. Eriksson (University of Glasgow)

**Thursday 24th January, 2013 14:00-15:00203**

### The impact of fluid motion on microbial ecology: phytoplankton patchiness and bacterial biofilm development in porous media.

Dr. Mack Durham (Oxford University)

**Thursday 17th January, 2013 14:00-15:00326**

### Order of Partial Synchronies derived from Network Structure

Dr. Hiroko Kamei (University of Dundee)