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MOAC Seminars 2007-2008

During term time, MOAC hosts a weekly joint-DTC seminar series, held in the MOAC Seminar Room (top floor of Coventry House). A free ploughman's lunch is served at 1pm, and the talks start at 1:10pm and finish by 1:45pm. Minibus transport to and from the Gibbet Hill site is usually provided. You are encouraged to sign up to the MOAC events email list.

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Mon, Oct 1, '07
09:00 - 12:00
MSc students seminar
Wed, Oct 17, '07
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Seminar, Muriel Maurer, The Clot Thickens: Studying Perturbations Association with Activation and Inhibition of Blood Coagulant Factor XIII
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House

The first MOAC Seminar of the new term, by Muriel C Maurer, Department of Chemistry, University of Louisville, KY.

Wed, Oct 24, '07
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Seminar, Fabio Rigat: Neurofinance, a tale of brains and stock
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Oct 31, '07
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Seminar: Evor Hines (Engineering), Introduction to Intelligent Systems
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Seminar Poster]
Wed, Nov 7, '07
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Seminar: Georgy Koentges, Watching the dynamics of gene regulation in single cells
MOAC Centre, Coventry House

Speaker: Georgy Koentges (WSB), Watching the dynamics of gene regulation in single cells - interfaces of molecular biology, computer sciences and bioinformatics.
Seminar Poster

Wed, Nov 14, '07
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Seminar: Rick Robinson (IBM), Emerging Technology Services
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Seminar Poster]
Wed, Nov 21, '07
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Seminar: Tony Fitzpatrick (IBM) Making IT work: Technology in Industry
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Seminar Poster]
Wed, Nov 28, '07
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Seminar: Mario Nicodemi, Complexity, The meiotic switch for homologous pairing
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Jan 16, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs weekly seminar: Metals in protein clefts - Arindam Mukherjee (Chemistry)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Jan 30, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Inference of bacterial evolution from genetic data - Xavier Didelot (Statistics)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Feb 6, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: The hippocampus: where good and bad things happen in the brain - Bruno Frenguelli (Biological Sciences)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Feb 13, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Priors, Pathways, Proteins: Network Inference in Cancer Biology - Sach Mukherjee (Statistics and Complexity, Warwick)
MOAC Doctoral Training Centre, Top Floor Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Feb 20, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Structural and Functional Models of Non-Heme Iron Enzymes - Pieter Bruijnincx (Chemistry)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
[Poster]
Wed, Feb 27, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Blind analysis of Combinatoric Chemistry - Robin Ball (Complexity DTC and Physics)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
ball_27feb08
Wed, Mar 5, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: FRAP: love it, hate it! Estimating diffusion coefficients from fluorescent recovery profiles. Nigel Burroughs
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House

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Wed, Mar 12, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Interfaces in flux: Electrodes, Membranes and Crystals, Pat Unwin (Chemistry)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
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Wed, Apr 16, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Raúl Pacheco-Gomez, Assembly dynamics of the bacterial cell division FtsZ, Structural insights into cytokinesis
In this Open Day seminar, MOAC student Raúl Pacheco-Gomez will be presenting part of the research he has done during his PhD.
Wed, Apr 23, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Time series analysis of blood glucose data byTim Holt (Health Sciences Research Institute, WMS)
MOAC Seminar Room

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Wed, Apr 30, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Characterization of a plant microRNA induced by low-sulphur environment by Tamas Dalmay (UEA)
MOAC Seminar Room, top floor of Coventry House
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Wed, May 7, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Microarray challenges in ecology: can we link up gene expression responses of individual organisms to population level processes? by Dave Chandler (WHRI) and Jim Bull (Biological Sciences)
MOAC Seminar Room
Bull Chandler
Wed, May 14, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Discerning dynamics of living with chronic illness by Frances Griffiths (Health Sciences Research Institute, WMS)
MOAC Seminar Room
140508
Wed, May 21, '08
13:00 - 14:00
NO weekly Seminar due to Bio Sci PG Symposium
Wed, May 28, '08
13:00 - 13:45
DTCs Weekly Seminar: The atomic slide puzzle, by Ellak Somfai (Complexity)
MOAC Seminar Room
somfai
Wed, Jun 4, '08
13:00 - 14:00
NO DTCs Weekly Meeting: MOAC ANNUAL AWAY CONFERENCE
Wed, Jun 11, '08
13:00 - 14:00
DTCs Weekly Seminar: Host-pathogen interaction: how are plant defences controlled? by Katherine Denby (Systems Biology and WHRI)
MOAC Seminar Room
110608
Mon, Jul 7, '08
14:00 - 14:30
Raul Pacheco-Gomez - FtsZ and bacterial cell division
Raul is a final year MOAC PhD student, and in this pre-viva seminar he will talk about his PhD research.
Fri, Sep 19, '08
13:15 - 13:45
Sam Robson's PhD pre-viva talk

As part of their PhD viva, MOAC students give a general audience talk just before their viva.  Today is Sam's turn... he'll be talking about his work with microarrays and cancer.  Lunch will be available at 1pm, Sam will talk from 1:15 to 1:45.

Please note the Friday scheduling is a change from the earlier announcement of Monday.

This year's program including future seminar titles and posters can be found on MOAC's online calendar.

 

Weekly Seminars

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