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|16 August 2023||13:00||Speaker: Dr. B. Jayanand Sudhir. Full details|| Add event|
|25 April 2023||11:00||Graham Donovan - University of Auckland
Harrison 101 11:00-12:00 Tuesday 25th April 2023
Graham Donovan - University of Auckland. Full details|| Add event|
|17 April 2023||6:00||The ``Uncertainty Quantification for Healthcare and Biological Systems’’ workshop took place 17th-21st April at the Lorentz Centre in Leiden, and brought together 28 academics with expertise in mathematical modelling, numerical analysis and statistics to identify the main uncertainty quantification challenges for mechanistic healthcare models.. Full details|| Add event|
|8 - 9 March 2023||11:30||We are pleased to announce the programme for the fifteenth Mathematics in Life Sciences (MiLS) meeting.. Full details|| Add event|
|8 - 9 March 2023||The meeting focused on "Linking mathematics, experiments and data" and took 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).
You can see more info at https://mils.ghost.io/hybrid/. Full details|| Add event|
|11 November 2022||12:00||A joint meeting between Exeter’s EPSRC Hub for Quantitative Modelling for Healthcare (HQMH) and the Centre for Medical Mycology (CMM).
The purpose of this meeting between the CMM and HQMH is to highlight ongoing research in both domains with a view to identifying potential synergies and collaborations between groups. The program includes a plenary talk given by Prof Nick Talbot FRS, a series of opportunities to showcase research projects and a discussion/brainstorming session.. Full details|| Add event|
|5 - 6 May 2022||10:00||From the 5th to 6th May 2022, leading AI professionals from business and academia will share and discuss their achievements and vision for AI applications.
AI Innovations 2022 is a highly curated programme covering the most relevant topics of the various applications of AI in everyday life: Robotics; Hospital diagnostics, treatment, and care; Vaccine development; Data management; Environmental and climate change issues; Digital arts.
The University of Exeter will become one of the key platforms for international professional exchange. And you are welcome to join as a speaker or listener.
AI Innovations Summit is free for all university staff and students.
Submit your abstract or register https://htw2022.stemm.ai/#apply [Deadline: 01 April 2022]. Full details|| Add event|
|30 March 2022||10:30||The Enigma machine cipher was famously broken at Bletchley Park, but for many years GCHQ did not want anyone to know how it was actually done. Beginning with the Enigma machine itself, and its illusory security features, this presentation travels across the different attacks on Enigma from the earliest pre-war attempts to the later sophisticated machine decryption methods. These attacks drew on group theory and the post-Hilbert ideas of incomplete logical systems as well as more traditional cryptanalytical approaches based on language structure. Once the theory was established, creating a fast, workable system for finding Enigma keys required an engineering solution, using binary logic to eliminate wrong settings – a radically new approach leading to the ascendancy of digital computing.
Dermot Turing is the acclaimed author of Prof, a biography of his famous uncle, The Story of Computing, and most recently X, Y and Z – the real story of how Enigma was broken.. Full details|| Add event|
|29 March 2022||18:30||This public lecture, which is hosted by the EPSRC Hub for Quantitative Modelling in Healthcare, is intended to provide a platform for people to separate truth from fiction in the story of Alan Turing’s scientific accomplishments.
Guest speaker, Sir Dermot Turing will be joined by Dr Kyle Wedgwood (lecturer in the Living Systems Institute) to discuss and explore the scientific achievements of Alan Turing across his career. Starting from the efforts to “break” the Enigma machine, Dermot will decipher the real story of Alan Turing’s work.
Over the course of the evening, Dermot and Kyle will reflect on the impact of Alan Turing’s early machines on the development of modern computers, and later, on his contribution to answering fundamental questions about life and the natural world. Full details|| Add event|
|25 March 2022||11:00||The Hub for Quantitative Modelling in Healthcare will be hosting an away day on Friday 25th March at Ocean, Exmouth (https://www.oceanexmouth.co.uk/). The day will involve talks from two invited speakers (Dr Remy Chait and Prof Tim Dodwell) and micro-talks from Hub affiliated researchers, introducing either a research problem or interesting technique. The aim of the day is to facilitate relaxed group discussions and learn more about each other’s work, with the possibility of some bowling in the evening!
If you wish to join us, or would like more information, please contact Peter Ashwin(P.Ashwin@exeter.ac.uk). Full details|| Add event|
|14 - 16 February 2022||10:00||On the 14-16th February 2022, the Hub for Quantitative Modelling in Healthcare will be hosting a genomics datathon event in Exeter city centre. This event will bring together researchers from around the South West to collaborate on a serious antimicrobial resistance threat, focusing on the ECDC’s “European survey of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae” (EuSCAPE) dataset. The central aims of the event will be to develop new insight and methodologies around carbapenem-resistant pathogens - this could involve developing/extending bioinformatic tools, identifying interesting features in genomic data, exploring epidemiological data and so on.
Register your interest for the event by following this link by the 24th January:
Contact Emily Wood for further information (E.J.Wood@exeter.ac.uk).. Full details|| Add event|
|29 October 2021||Professor Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova will speak on Friday 29 OCtober at 10am.
Talk title 'Identifying and Quantifying Movement Signatures.. Full details|| Add event|
|27 September 2021||14:00||Please join us to engage, make connections, create ideas for new projects and ask challenging questions. The event will feature interactive discussion sessions to enable participants to explore areas/research questions of mutual interest. We have a range of funding mechanisms e.g. clinical secondments and seed corn funding to support collaborative projects and ideas on the interface between quantitative modelling, biomedical and health research challenges. The overall aim of the event is to make new connections between clinicians and quantitative skills researchers , whilst giving participants information on available funding support from TREE, HQMH and IDSAI. Full details|| Add event|