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DTSTART:20211015T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, Mathematical Biology Seminar\, SofTMech\, Statistics Seminar: Collaborative Healthcare Innovation through Mathematics\, Engineering and AI - Rebecca Shipley and her group (University College London)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Hospitals collect a wealth of physiological data that provide information on patient health. Full use of this data is significantly limited by its complexity and by a limited mechanistic understanding of the relationship between internal physiology and external measurement. Addressing this challenge requires multidisciplinary collaboration between mathematicians developing...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10736
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10873@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220512T122000Z
DTEND:20220513T160000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: International Workshop: A symposium on continuum questions
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The Schools of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Glasgow is organizing the International Workshop: "A symposium on Continuum Questions" The workshop is aimed at providing a two-day symposium where the state of the art and future perspectives concerning continuum mechanics and its applications will be discussed. Registration Registration...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10873
LOCATION:Maths 311B and ZOOM
SEQUENCE:14
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10884@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220512T123000Z
DTEND:20220512T131500Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Challenges in the Continuum Modelling of Liquid Crystals - Nigel Mottram (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The first mathematical models of liquid crystalline materials\, proposed by Oseen and Frank for static systems and then by Ericksen and Leslie for dynamics\, are derived using a continuum approximation of the nematic liquid crystal phase. This approach has been used successfully to model real-world phenomena in very many situations...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10884
LOCATION:Maths 311B and ZOOM
SEQUENCE:3
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10885@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220512T131500Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Direct acoustic measurement of stress and strain in soft materials - Michel Destrade (NUI Galway\, Galway\, Ireland)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: With this talk we will see that the states of stress and strain in a loaded material can be accessed directly from wave speed measurements\, without having to determine\, or even know\, its material properties beyond its mass density and geometry. These techniques presented are expected to have important applications...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10885
LOCATION:Maths 311B AND ZOOM
SEQUENCE:4
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10886@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220512T143000Z
DTEND:20220512T151500Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Thoughts on the mechanics of growth: some remarks on how the inhomogeneity and heterogeneity of tissues may impact their evolution - Alfio Grillo (DISMA\, Politecnico di Torino\, Italy)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: In this talk\, I would like to review the main results of two papers [1\, 2] that address the mechanics of growth of biological tissues\, and aim at showing how the process of growth may be influenced by the structural properties of the bodies in which growth itself occurs\, such...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10886
LOCATION:Maths 311B AND ZOOM
SEQUENCE:4
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10887@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Mathematical Modelling of Glioblastoma Invasion: Deciphering Its Interacting Dynamics with the Fibrous Brain Environment - Dumitru Trucu (University of Dundee)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Despite significant recent advancements\, the complex multi-scale brain tumour invasion patterns in 3D are still poorly understood. A particular role in these invasion patterns is likely played by the distribution of micro- fibres\, and to address this aspect\, in this talk we present our recent advances in this direction. Specifically\,...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10887
LOCATION:Maths 311B AND ZOOM
SEQUENCE:3
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10888@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220513T123000Z
DTEND:20220513T131500Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Axisymmetric necking versus Treloar-Kearsley instability in a hyperelastic sheet under equibiaxial stretching - Yibin Fu (Keele University\, UK)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: We consider bifurcations from the homogeneous solution of a circular or square hyperelastic sheet that is subjected to equibiaxial stretching under either force- or displacement-controlled edge conditions. We derive the condition for axisymmetric necking and show\, for the class of strain-energy functions considered\, that the critical stretch for necking is...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10888
LOCATION:Maths 311B AND ZOOM
SEQUENCE:3
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10889@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: A computational model of the coronary circulation - Nick Hill (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: We investigate the relationship between coronary arterial and venous flow and pressure. Arterial and venous network morphometries are key haemodynamic determinants\, as is the external pressure that compresses the vasculature during systole [3]. We present a computationally efficient coronary haemodynamic model using a structured tree and cross-sectionally averaged 1D flow....\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10889
LOCATION:Maths 311B AND ZOOM
SEQUENCE:4
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10890@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20220513T143000Z
DTEND:20220513T151500Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: From first- to second-gradient fluids. Is it worth the effort? - Alfredo Marzocchi (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore\, Italy)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Second gradient fluids (which are different from second grade fluids) are fluids in which the total power expenditure depends on the second derivatives of the velocity field. They are used in a variety of models\, from numerical analysis to complex fluid mechanics. Indeed\, they are not just a model. Well\,...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10890
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:4
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_10891@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS\, SofTMech: Homogenization approach in heterogeneous micropolar media - Reinaldo Rodríguez Ramos (Universidad de La Habana\, Havana\, Cuba)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: In this work\, the two-scale asymptotic homogenization method (AHM) is applied to three-dimensional heterogeneous micropolar (Cosserat) media with periodic structure. Micropolar elas-ticity generalizes the classic elasticity theory incorporating three degrees of freedom to describethe local reorientation of the microstructure (microrotations)\, in addition to the three ones associ-ated with the displacement...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=10891
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