Interdisciplinary Seminar

Interdisciplinary Seminar
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This is a past event

Speakers:
Prof Ran Levi, Mathematics,"Topological analysis of data encoded as a graph"
Prof Stefan Hoppler, Institute of Medical Sciences, "Gene regulatory circuitry in Wnt signalling (positive and/or negative?) regulates size of heart muscle in embryonic development"

The aim of the Interdisciplinary Seminar is to hear about the research from other disciplines across our university and outside it, and to facilitate the establishment of new collaborations. Each seminar consists of 2 talks, each of maximum duration 20 minutes, leaving enough time for questions and lively discussion. The talks are aimed at a general audience, so that everybody can follow, regardless of their background. Everyone is very welcome to attend - not just physicists!

Intersdisciplinary Seminars (spring term 2020):

Date   Speakers
15th January

Prof Ran Levi, Mathematics

Topological analysis of data encoded as a graph

Prof Stefan Hoppler, Institute of Medical Sciences

Gene regulatory circuitry in Wnt signalling (positive and/or negative?) regulates size of heart muscle in embryonic development

29th January  TBC

TBC

12th February

TBC

TBC

26th February

TBC

TBC

11th March

Prof Nir Oren, Computing Sciences 

TBC 

25th March

TBC

TBC

 

Past Interdisciplinary Seminars (winter term 2019):

Date   Speakers
30th October 

Dr Nicolas Rubido, Physics, UdelaR, Uruguay

Dynamical Detection of Network Communities 

 

Prof Jan Skakle, Physics

Building with Atoms: from fuel cells to better bone

13th November 

Dr Vesna Vuksanovic, Institute of Medical Sciences

Organisation of cortical morphometric similarity networks in health and neurodegenerative disorders

 

Dr Ekkehard Ullner, Physics

The brain activity at rest as self-sustained collective irregular dynamics in spiking networks

27th November

Dr Lionel Broche, Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre

The physics and engineering behind medical imaging with FFC-MRI

Prof Mamen Romano, Physics

Feedback Mechanisms in Translation

11th December

Prof Angel Cuesta, Chemistry

Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage

Dr Francisco Perez-Reche, Physics

Theories for soft epidemics and explosive contagion

 

Venue
Meston 317

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