MiLS meeting on "Linking Mathematics, Experiments and Data"
We are pleased to announce the programme for the fifteenth Mathematics in Life Sciences (MiLS) meeting.
|An EPSRC Hub for Quantitative Modelling in Healthcare meeting|
|Date||8 - 9 March 2023|
|Time||11:30 to 13:30|
|Provider||EPSRC Hub for Quantitative Modelling in Healthcare|
|Organizer||Dr Kyle Wedgwood|
The meeting will focus on "Linking mathematics, experiments and data" and will take place on the 8-9th March 2023 from 11:30 (8th March) to 13:30pm (9th March) in the Harrison Building at the University of Exeter (Streatham Campus). The Harrison building is building number 23 on this map. Directions to Streatham Campus (including bus routes and flight connections) can be found here. Limited parking is available on campus in Car Park C (Visitor Car Park) or on Prince of Wales Road opposite buildings 6 and 7.
Attendance to the meeting is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register your intention to attend by filling out the registration form here: https://forms.office.com/e/dvFcGyKgmx
We are planning to have a poster session on 8th March. If you are interested in presenting a poster, please let us know when emailing to register.
We look forward to welcoming you to Exeter.
8th March am - Harrison 209
11:30 Arrival and coffee
11:45 Prof. Simon Schultz (Imperial College London)
"Neural manifold analysis of brain circuit dynamics in health and disease"
12:30 Catered lunch
8th March pm - Harrison 103
13:30 Dr Lucia Marucci (University of Bristol)
"Programming cells: from models to data and back"
14:15 Prof. Orkun Soyer (University of Warwick)
"Co-substrate dynamics in metabolism: from theory to experiments?"
15:00 Tea & coffee
15:30 Prof. Thomas Nowotny (University of Sussex)
"Testing mathematical models in hybrid systems experiments."
16:15 Poster session
18:00 Pub trip
9th March - Harrison 170
09:30 Prof. Aneta Stefanovska (Lancaster University)
"Is non-autonomous dynamics in mathematics sufficient to describe open systems in physics? Lessons from cellular, cardiovascular and brain dynamics"
10:15 Discussion session & breakout on opportunities and challenges in integrating experiments and models
11:00 Tea & coffee
11:30 Prof. Filippo Menolascina (University of Edinburgh)
12:15 Catered lunch