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Conference contributions

Selected contributions from staff


Contributions from students

  1. Interacting particle systems, statistical mechanics and probability theory , P Chleboun,Fall school: Random media, phase transitions and information theory, Institute Henri Poincare, Paris, 8 – 19/9/2008
  2. Non-equilibrium phase transitions in perturbed particle systems, P Chleboun, Many-body systems far from equilibrium, MPIPKS, Dresden, 15 - 20/02/2009
  3. Modeling resonant wave interaction in harbors, P Chleboun, British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 2009, University of Nottingham, 7 - 9/4/2009.
  4. A pain in the back, M Barons, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick 2009.
  5. Waving goodbye to traffic jams, M Barons, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick 2009.
  6. Inferring dynamic protein signalling networks in cancer, S. Hill, Y. Lu, G. B. Mills and S. Mukherjee, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick 2009.
  7. Emergence in Quantitative Systems – towards a measurable definition, RC Ball, RS MacKay and M Diakonova, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  8. Out-of-equilbrium Economic Dynamics, J Porter, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  9. Quantitative Evaluation of Distortion in Models of Neurodegenerative Disease, Q Caudron, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  10. Intercellular Calcium Wave Propagation: A Mathematical Study in the Fire-Diffuse-Fire Framework, J Harris, J, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  11. Complex Flow in Granular Media, S Brand, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  12. Advanced Protocols via Emergence for Ad hoc Networks, J Jackson, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  13. Compartmental Modelling of Virus Propagation Behaviour in Bluetooth Networks, J Jackson, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  14. Finite size effects in a stochastic condensation model, P Chleboun*, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009 (*won second prize for poster at this conference). Also presented at Fundamental Problems in Statistical Physics XII, Leuven, 31/08 - 1/09/2009.
  15. Dendritic Democracy: the role of hyperpolarisation-activated current, A Woolcock and Y Timofeeva, European Conference on Complex Systems, Warwick Sept 2009.
  16. Self-Enforcing Climate Change Treaties: A Generalized Differential Game Approach with Applications, P de Mendonca, First Annual UECE Lisbon Meetings on Game Theory and Applications, Lisbon Nov 2009.
  17. An Analytical Framework for Dendritic Voltage Calculations, Q. Caudron, Y. Timofeeva, Mathematical Neuroscience 2010.
  18. Towards an Efficient Algorithm for Membrane Response Calculation on an Arbitrary Dendritic Tree, Q. Caudron, Y. Timofeeva and S. Coombes, presented at the 3rd Annual Conference of the UK Mathematical Neuroscience Network, Edinburgh 2010.
  19. The Macrodynamics of Growing Open Economies under Financial Convex Adjustment Costs: Critical Dynamical Thresholds and Endogenous Cycles, P de Mendonca, 14th Annual International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis and International Finance, University of Crete, Rethymno, Crete May 2010.
  20. An Efficient Algorithm for Membrane Response Calculation on an Arbitrary Dendritic Tree, Q. Caudron, Y. Timofeeva and S. Coombes, accepted for the EPSRC Symposium workshop: Dendrites, Neurons and Networks, Warwick, June 2010.
  21. Fast Mixing Monte-Carlo for Biological Networks, D Barker, European Conference on Computational Biology 2010 (Ghent)
  22. Thermodynamic Modelling of cis-Regulatory Modules in MyoD1 Expression , D Barker, Physical Cell 2010
  23. Out-of-equilibrium dynamics with decentralised exchange: cautious trading and convergence to efficiency, J Porter, World Congress of the Econometic Society 2010.
  24. Genetic Evolution and Adaptation of Advanced Protocols for Ad Hoc Network Hardware Systems, J Jackson, 9th International Conference on Evolvable Systems – From Biology to Hardware.
  25. Dynamic Bayesian analysis of protein signalling connectivity reveals heterogeneity within single breast cancer subtype, S. Hill, Y. Lu, G. B. Mills and S. Mukherjee, sub Leeds Annual Statistical Research Workshop (LASR) 2010 - July.
  26. Predicting drug response from cancer protein signalling networks using variable selection with pathway-based priors, S. Hill, S. Mukherjee et al, sub. European Conference on Computational Biology Sept 2010.
  27. Functionality and Speciation in Boolean Networks, J. Luo and MS Turner, sub. Dynamic Days Europe, Bristol, Sept 2010.