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Prospective Supervisor talks

Below is a list of talks by prospective supervisors which we will hold in the Complexity Seminar Room D1.07.

Supervisors: as a Warwick member of staff you can 'sign in' (top right) and then select 'edit' (top right) to insert your name in the grid. Don't forget to close out your edit ("publish") and check the result. If you want to show slides, this is easiest if you bring your own laptop (a projector is available).

If you cannot make Wednesdays and would like to present at a different time please contact S dot W dot Grosskinsky at warwick dot ac dot uk.

 


Wednesday... time supervisor research area or project title
Jan 08
10:10

  10:20    
  10:30    
Jan 15 10:10

  10:20  

  10:30 David Kreil Computational Biology / Bioinformatics for -omics / inference from Big Data in the biomedical sciences (I/II)
Jan 22 10:10 Jason Noble
Warwick Analytics - Big Data Mining
  10:20 Jason Noble
Warwick Analytics - Big Data Mining
  10:30 Chris Oates and Simon Spencer Causal inference for protein signalling networks.
Jan 29
10:10

  10:20  
  10:30

Feb 05 10:10

  10:20 Adam Sanborn (Psychology)
Approximate inference for human understanding of colliding objects
  10:30

Feb 12 10:10  Anne Straube (Mechanochemical Cell Biology) Modelling cell crawling
  10:20  Anne Straube (Mechanochemical Cell Biology) Simulation of tip structure evolution on dynamic microtubules
  10:30 Steve Royle (Mechanochemical Cell Biology)

Computational analysis of the 3D organisation of microtubules in mitotic spindles

  10:45 Nishal Ramadas

Ultrasonic sensor

Feb 19
10:10

James Sprittles and Duncan Lockerby (Maths/Engineering)

Multiscale modelling of liquid drop collisions.
  10:20 James Sprittles and Schlumberger Cambridge Research (Maths/Industry) Complex fluids in porous media (gas and oil recovery)
  10:30 Duncan Lockerby and Stefan Bon (Engineering/Chemistry)
Simulation/experiment of indivdual and collective swimming behaviour of synthesised 'matchsticks'
  10:40

Samik Datta and Matt Keeling
(mathematical epidemiology, Maths / Life Sciences)

Mathematical modelling of disease spread in honeybees:
American foulbrood in the UK
  15:10

James Lloyd-Hughes

Frustration in multi-ferroic materials
  15:20

Tobias Preis, Suzy Moat (WBS)

Big data in economics and social sciences
  15:40

Xiaowei Zhao (Engineering)

Robust aerodynamic control of large flexible wind turbines
  15:50 Steve Alpern (WBS)
Amalgamating Personal Information Through Sequential Voting
From 16:00 MINIPROJECT FAIR IN THE COMMON ROOM  
Feb 26 10:10 Juergen Branke (WBS) Integrated Capacity Planning and Portfolio Selection for Biopharmaceutical Production
  10:20 Nikolaos Argyris (Statistics) Constructing utility functions from inconsistent preference data for Decision Support
  10:30 David Kreil Computational Biology / Bioinformatics for -omics / inference from Big Data in the biomedical sciences (II/II)
  10:40 Kim McKelvey
Data Analysis and Processing in Video Rate Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopy