We are pleased to confirm the programme for the eleventh Mathematics in Life Sciences (MiLS) meeting.
The meeting will focus on "Inverse problems in biology and neuroscience" and will take place on the 5th December 2019 from 10:30am to 5:30pm, in Room A05 of the Pharmacy Building, at the University of Nottingham (University Park Campus). The Pharmacy Building is number 26 on this map. Directions to the University Park Campus (including cycling facilities, bicycle routes, bus and tram lines) can be found here.
Attendance to the meeting is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register your intention to attend by sending an email to Rachel Nicks.
We look forward to welcoming you in Nottingham.
Schedule (click here for abstracts)
10:30 Arrival and coffee
11:00 Prof. Catherine Powell (University of Manchester)
"Numerical Methods for Forward UQ in PDE Models with Uncertain Inputs"
12:00 Dr. Dimitris Kalogiros (University of Nottingham)
"Combining in vitro Data and Mathematical Models to Understand Chemokine Biology: An Integrated Pipeline Using a Bayesian Parameter Inference Approach."
13:30 Dr. Tony Shardlow (University of Bath)
"Mathematical techniques for modelling bone-shape variation in arthritic hands."
14:30 Thomas Pak (University of Oxford)
"Pakman: a modular and efficient software tool for approximate Bayesian inference"
15:00 Luminita Maxim (VU Amsterdam)
"Removing bias in functional connectivity estimation from MEG recordings."
16:00 Dr. Deirdre McGrath (University of Nottingham)
"Advanced Inverse Problem Solving for Magnetic Resonance Elastography."
17:00 Dr. Igor Chernyavsky (University of Manchester)
"Reverse-engineering complex microvascular systems: structural determinants of transport in placental capillary networks."
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