A Study Group in Mathematical Modelling - Developing the next generation of lung function measurement
The BIOREME network have teamed up with the Insigneo Institute and the Knowledge Transfer Network – Industrial Maths to host a 3.5 day study group. We invite academic colleagues from PhD candidate level and above to participate in this exciting opportunity.
Please find details below.
Where: University of Sheffield
When: 17 – 20 April 2023
Registration deadline: 24 March 2023
Cost: Registration is free
• Lung imaging and functional measurement
• Remote monitoring
• Breath content measurement and biomarker discovery
Benefits of taking part
• Hands-on experience with real-world industry/clinical challenges
• Discover wider applications of your skills
• Networking opportunities with academics and industry/clinical reps
• Potential for new inter-disciplinary collaborations and follow-up research
• Experience communicating research to a wider audience.
Who can participate?
PhD candidates, Post-Docs and senior academic researchers with backgrounds in all but not limited to the following:
• Statistical methods
• Computational modelling
• Medical imaging
• Lung function/ breath content data
Find out more and register here: bit.ly/SGtheme2
This in-person workshop aims to bring together researchers in the field of epidemics with different backgrounds (mathematicians, physicists, computer scientists, engineers, and biologists) to present current problems as well as potential avenues of future research in epidemiology. Possible topics covered in the workshop are, among others: capturing human behaviour in epidemic modelling, outbreak analysis, epidemics on metapopulation, non-Markovian epidemic models, challenging modelling problems, etc.
This event will be an exploratory workshop with discussions after each talk and talks that move away from closed presentations about already published research. We think that this format will enrich the attendees and the other participants. There will be room for poster presentations.
If interested, please submit an abstract of 2-3 pages through the website https://sites.google.com/view/epimod-girona2023/ .
The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts from different communities to cover the investigation of diffusive systems from several viewpoints: analytically, combining methods and techniques from Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) and dynamical systems to derive and analyse mathematical models for the applied phenomena; numerically, reviewing the most recent techniques and software for the computation of bifurcation diagrams and continuation with respect to the systems’ parameters; and, last but not least, from the applied — in particular biological — viewpoint: a constant exchange of knowledge between the theoretical investigations and the experimental data is in fact crucial in order to advance the research in this area.
Our speakers will illustrate the most recent advancements in these fields, and foster the creation of new research directions with a concluding description of three open research questions aimed at colleagues working in fields different from their own. This will allow researchers with different backgrounds to learn ultimate techniques, connect with experts from various areas, and collaborate with fellow participants to produce new, cutting-edge research.
Further information will follow in due course.
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