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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11068@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20230906T120000Z
DTEND:20230906T130000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS: The Effect of Rumor and Hoax in Disease Transmission: A Mathematical Model Perspective - Asep K. Supriatna (Padjadjaran University\, Indonesia)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: In this paper\, we present a review of mathematical models for the transmission of rumor and hoax. We then explore the effect of disinformation such as rumor and hoax and their effect on the spread of disease infection. This phenomenon is not uncommon to occur\, such as in the case...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11068
LOCATION:Livingstone Tower LT908 University of Strathclyde
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11067@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20230929T133000Z
DTEND:20230929T143000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: What leads to Stokes drift? - Dr Anirban Guha (University of Dundee)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Waves existing at the water surface cause net transport of floating particles in the direction of wave propagation - the Stokes drift. However\, what is the fundamental mechanism that leads...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11067
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ ZOOM (ID: 858 8205 0218)
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11082@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231005T130000Z
DTEND:20231005T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Oscillatory bodily flows: the eye and the brain - Dr Mariia Dvoriashyna (University of Edinburgh)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The human body is composed of approximately 60% fluids\, many of which undergo oscillatory motion. From the rhythmic pumping of blood by the heart through the vessels to the cyclical flows of respiration in our lungs and the peristaltic movements in our gut\, these oscillations play a crucial role in...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11082
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 898 3547 4476)
SEQUENCE:3
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11083@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231012T130000Z
DTEND:20231012T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Molecular Similarity Searching and Kaehler Quantization - Dr Stuart Hall (University of Newcastle)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: I will report on joint work with Daniel Cole\, Rachael Pirie\, and Tommy Murphy. When looking for potential drug targets\, Chemists have vast databases of molecules that that they could in theory synthesise. Molecules with a similar 'shape' to known active drug-like molecules provide good candidates for further investigation. We...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11083
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 876 5397 1717)
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11084@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231019T130000Z
DTEND:20231019T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Mathematical analysis of fracture and related phenomena in atomistic modelling of crystalline materials - Dr Maciej Buze (Heriot-Watt University)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The atomistic modelling of fracture and related phenomena in crystalline materials poses a string of mathematically non-trivial and exciting challenges\, both on a theoretical and a practical level. At the heart of the problem lies a discrete domain of atoms (a lattice)\, which exhibits spatial inhomogeneity induced by the crack...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11084
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 821 4273 9503)
SEQUENCE:4
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11085@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231026T130000Z
DTEND:20231026T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Nonlinear versions of the Open mapping theorem and applications to nonlinear PDEs - Dr Sauli Lindberg (University of Helsinki)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: I will present nonlinear versions of the classical Banach-Schauder open mapping theorem. They apply to numerous constant-coefficient PDEs and initial value problems. I will present applications on the energy decay of solutions of the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations. The talk is based on joint work with A. Guerra and L....\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11085
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 842 4953 6509)
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11086@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231102T140000Z
DTEND:20231102T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS: Applying mathematics to problems in virus transmission and evolution - Dr Chris Illingworth (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The evolution of viruses has an extensive influence upon human health\, shaping patterns of infection and driving novel pandemics. Genome sequence data provides a window into the evolution of viruses. However\, methods for analysing sequence data have not always been developed in a way that maximises the insights that can...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11086
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 879 5617 0528)
SEQUENCE:5
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11087@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231109T140000Z
DTEND:20231109T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Rheological modelling of dense granular materials and suspensions - Prof Jin Sun (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Granular materials are encountered ubiquitously in nature and industry\, as in geomaterials\, such as sands and sediments\\; and found in products ranging from cement to paints\, foods and pharmaceuticals. Predicting their flow behaviour under general conditions\, such as in landslides and in manufacturing processes\, is still an open question and...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11087
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 881 3204 9167)
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11088@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20231116T140000Z
DTEND:20231116T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Tensor Random Fields in Mechanics - Prof Martin Ostoja-Starzewski (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Mechanics and physics of random media suggest that stochastic PDEs and stochastic finite element methods require mesoscale tensor-valued random fields (TRFs) of constitutive laws with locally anisotropic fluctuations. Such models are also useful when there is interest in fields of dependent quantities (velocity\, strain\, stress…) that need to be constrained...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11088
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ZOOM (ID: 878 4424 4710)
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11160@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240125T140000Z
DTEND:20240125T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Thermo-viscous fingering instability in cooling and spreading flows - Dr Shailesh Naire (Keele University)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Molten fluid flows that cool as they spread are important in a wide variety of contexts\, e.g.\, lava domes in geophysical flows and coolant in nuclear reactors. The interplay between the flow and cooling can also give rise to a variety of intriguing flow features and fingering instabilities. Motivated by...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11160
LOCATION:Maths 311B / Zoom (Meeting ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11161@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240201T140000Z
DTEND:20240201T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: The evaporation of arrays of non-circular droplets - Dr Alexander Wray (University of Strathclyde)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The evaporation of droplets has been a much-studied problem in recent years\, finding applications everywhere from the spraying of pesticides on leaves to diagnostic applications of blood drying. Unfortunately\, many of the most critical industrial applications\, such as the printing of OLED screens\, involve arrays of droplets with polygonal footprints...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11161
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11162@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240208T140000Z
DTEND:20240208T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Fluid-driven approaches for precision surface patterning - Dr Sepideh Khodaparast (University of Leeds)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Micro/nano-patterned surfaces have found increasing applications in various emerging technologies thanks to their supreme functionalities related to wetting\, self-cleaning\, adhesion\, acoustics and interactions with biological entities. Developing practical techniques to fabricate larger areas of such surfaces in a well-controlled and cost-effective manner\, however\, remains challenging. Currently\, most surface patterning approaches rely...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11162
LOCATION:Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11192@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240220T150000Z
DTEND:20240220T170000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, CMALS: Feb 2024 CompBio event: Mathematical Modelling - CMALS COMPBIO EVENT
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: This month we are focusing on mathematical modelling and we have 3 exciting talks lined up: Dr John Fozard (Center for Virus Research\, UofG) : Coarsening dynamics can explain meiotic crossover patterning. Dr Xiao Fu (Cancer Research UK Scotland Institute): Integrating computational modelling...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11192
LOCATION:Room 248\, Bower Building\, University of Glasgow
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11163@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240222T140000Z
DTEND:20240222T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: On self-contact of tubular thin solids - Prof Alfredo Marzocchi (Universita' Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Inspired by the theory of knots\, we propose a generalization of O'Hara's Möbius energy (a functional which prevents self-contact of knots) which shares some of its properties but is applicable to the more complicated case of a tubular neighbourhood of a regular curve in space. We also...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11163
LOCATION:Maths 311B/ Zoom (ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:3
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11164@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240229T140000Z
DTEND:20240229T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: 3D modelling of intracellular active fibre networks for understanding plant development - Dr Tamsin Spelman (University of Cambridge)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: \N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11164
LOCATION:Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11194@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240307T140000Z
DTEND:20240307T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Whitham modulation theory for dispersive shock waves in systems with nonlocal dispersion of Benjamin-Ono type - Dr Khiem Nguyen (James Watt School of Engineering)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Dispersive hydrodynamics is the domain concerned with fluid or fluid-like motion in which dissipation\, e.g.\, viscosity\, is negligible relative to wave dispersion. In conservative media such as superfluids\, optical materials\, and water waves\, nonlinearity has the tendency to engender wave breaking that is modulated by dispersion. The result of these...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11194
LOCATION:Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11165@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240314T140000Z
DTEND:20240314T150000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Constrained and Layer-wise Training of Neural Networks - Dr Tiffany Vlaar (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: \N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11165
LOCATION:Maths 311B / Zoom (ID: 894 0173 1730)
SEQUENCE:5
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11197@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240412T120000Z
DTEND:20240412T130000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics\, Statistics Seminar: Engineering Multifunctional Materials and Composites through Additive Manufacturing and Nanoengineering - Shanmugam Kumar (University of Glasgow\, School of Engineering)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The rise of micro-\, nano-\, and molecularly-tailored multimaterial systems\, particularly through additive manufacturing (AM) technologies\, has paved the way for designing novel and improved functionalities. Leveraging advancements across disciplines\, including extensive work on bulk microfibre heterogeneous composites\, multimaterial and multifunctional 3D and 4D printing technologies present opportunities for cost-effective automation...\N\NNotes: Prof. Kumar leads the Multifunctional Materials and Additive Manufacturing (M2AM) Laboratory in the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow. He obtained...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11197
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:4
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11166@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240510T100000Z
DTEND:20240510T110000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Reduced order modelling in CFD: state of the art\, perspectives and challenges - Prof Gianluigi Rozza (Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: \N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11166
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:5
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11235@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240516T130000Z
DTEND:20240516T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: The Lifshitz-Slyozov equation in biology - Erwan Hingant (Université de Picardie Jules Verne)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The Lifshitz-Slyozov (LS) equation is a transport equation with a nonlocal field describing the growth of clusters in size by addition and depletion of their elementary unit. This equation takes its origins in the theory of phase transition where precipitation of grains in a supersaturated solution yields a new (solid)...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11235
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:2
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11233@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240520T090000Z
DTEND:20240520T094000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Multiscale modeling of dementia: from proteins to neuronal activity - Alain Goriely (University of Oxford\, UK)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s are devastating conditions with poorly understood mechanisms and...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11233
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11234@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240520T094000Z
DTEND:20240520T102000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Micropolar elastic multi-laminate composites and the bioinspired integration for enhanced bone reconstruction - Reinaldo Rodriguez Ramos (University of Havana\, Cuba)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The two-scale asymptotic homogenization method is applied to find the...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11234
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:8
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11239@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240520T104000Z
DTEND:20240520T112000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Poroelasticity derived via asymptotic homogenization - Mathematical modelling and numerical simulations. State of the art\, further perspectives\, and extension to poroelastic composites. - Raimondo Penta (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The mechanical behavior of a solid elastic structure interplaying with fluid percolating its pores can be studied via the Theory of Poroelasticity. There exists a large variety of scenarios of interest that can be treated by means of a poroelastic modeling approach\, including soil mechanics\, (bio) artificial constructs and biological...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11239
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11244@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240520T112000Z
DTEND:20240520T120000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Calcium Dynamics in Neurons with ER: From Differential Equations to Hybrid Differential Equation and Deep Neural Network Models - Qingguang Guan (The University of Southern Mississipi)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Many biological processes are modeled using differential equations. We will demonstrate the well-posedness of a calcium model based on partial differential equations (PDEs) and ordinary differential equations (ODEs)\, and then discuss the numerical methods to solve it. However\, determining the underlying equations analytically becomes highly challenging due to the complexity...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11244
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:2
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11242@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240521T090000Z
DTEND:20240521T094000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Growth &\\; Remodelling of the Porcine Brain: Experimental Characterisation - Peter Theobald (Cardiff University)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Accurate and precise brain modelling creates opportunity for enhanced trauma prevention\, early disease diagnosis\, and effective surgical intervention\, all key pillars of the Precision Medicine strategy. Clinical imaging enables an anatomically accurate ‘digital twin’\\; however\, these datasets do not quantify material properties. That brain characteristics are region-\, gender- and age-specific\,...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11242
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11245@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240521T094000Z
DTEND:20240521T102000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Cell adhesion and tumour growth: multi-scale modelling of biological systems - Salvatore Di Stefano (Polytechnic of Bari\, Italy)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: The main results of some studies devoted to address two different problems in Biomechanics are presented: cell adhesion and tumour growth [2\, 3\, 5]. In the first case\, attention is put on focal adhesions\, portrayed as biological systems consisting of an adhesion plaque and a portion of extra-cellular matrix (ECM)\,...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11245
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:3
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11246@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240521T104000Z
DTEND:20240521T112000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Modelling Tumour Dynamics with Variable-Order Non-Local Diffusion - Mariam Almudarra (University of Glasgow\, UK)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: We investigates the dynamics of tumour growth with a particular emphasis on the mass exchange between tumour constituents and the resulting inelastic distortions due to growth. A central aspect of our investigation is the role of non-local diffusion\, influenced by the tumour's complex microenvironment\, which we propose significantly affects the...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11246
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:2
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11247@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240521T112000Z
DTEND:20240521T120000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Multiscale Modelling of Ion Transport Dynamics in Nervous Tissue: An Asymptotic Homogenisation Approach - Alejandro Roque Piedra (University of Glasgow\, UK)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: This research focuses on the overall modelling of ion transport dynamics across cell membranes in nervous tissue. The first section focuses on the homogenised characterisation of nervous tissue\, assuming a constant ionic concentration. The starting model is derived from Maxwell’s equations and key aspects of the Poisson-Nerst-Plank (PNP) model. An...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11247
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:2
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11241@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240521T120000Z
DTEND:20240521T124000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Multiscale Modelling of Electroporated Tumour Tissue: A Numerical Study - Zita Fulop (University of Glasgow)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Electroporation-based anticancer therapies hold a great promise for improving the effectiveness of intravenous treatments of deep-seated tumours. However\, there are lack of theoretical mathematical models quantifying how microstructure dynamics affect the tumour’s response. We employ the asymptotic homogenisation technique to evaluate the influence of an applied electric field on vascularised...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11241
LOCATION:Lecture Theatre 116
SEQUENCE:2
STATUS:CONFIRMED
CLASS:PUBLIC
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UID:GLW_UNI_MS_WEBEVT_11250@maths-stats.gla.ac.uk
DTSTAMP:19700101T000000Z
DTSTART:20240603T130000Z
DTEND:20240603T140000Z
SUMMARY:Applied Mathematics: Modelling antibiotic tolerance in liquid crystalline biofilms - Prof Giampaolo D'\\;Alessandro (University of Southampton)
DESCRIPTION:Abstract: Biofilms are bacterial colonies surrounded by an extra-cellular matrix (ECM)\, made of viruses\, proteins and other molecules that protects them from the surrounding environment\, e.g. from antibiotics. As biofilms are everywhere\, from our teeth to hospital catheters\, understanding what causes the increased antibiotic resistance is of paramount importance. Some biological...\N\NMore information: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/events/details/?id=11250
LOCATION:Maths 311B
SEQUENCE:2
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