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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2014-11-20
E.g., 2014-11-20
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title Presentation Material
SYR 19th November 2014 J Bonart Instabilities in economic network models: Is perfect rationality dynamically stable?
SYR 19th November 2014 H Ku Option Replication and Valuation in Illiquid Markets
UMC 18th November 2014 D Greig Sexual signals between yeast cells
SYR 18th November 2014 PH Dybvig Bank Runs, Deposit Insurance, and Liquidity: I
UMC 14th November 2014 S Cornell Modelling Macro Ecological Patterns: Neutral Theory and Beyond
UMC 13th November 2014 R Quinn Omics approaches reveal how chemistry governs the biology of cystic fibrosis lung infections
UMC 13th November 2014 I Klapper Why are there so few microbial species?
UMC 10th November 2014 C Murrell Understanding the structure and function of microbes involved in cycling of trace gases in the environment
UMC 6th November 2014 N Goldenfeld How microbial communities drove the evolution of the genetic code more than 3.8 billion years ago
UMC 6th November 2014 D Franco Controlling chaos in population models
SYR 6th November 2014 S Weber An Integrated Model of Systemic Risk in Financial Networks
UMC 5th November 2014 W Shou Interaction driven spatial patterning in microbial communities
SYR 5th November 2014 C Aymanns The dynamics of the leverage cycle
UMC 5th November 2014 D Murray Energetic feedback on chromatin state defines a system-wide reset point
SYR 5th November 2014 S Weber Measures of Systemic Risk
SYR 5th November 2014 S Weber Monetary Risk Measures - A Short Review
SYR 4th November 2014 F Vega-Redondo Epidemics in networks
SYR 4th November 2014 S Goyal Trading in networks
UMCW05 4th November 2014 T Grosskopf Implementing Trade-offs in FBA
UMCW05 4th November 2014 S Hoffmann Optimal metabolic dynamics resolved by cyclic FBA
UMCW05 4th November 2014 D Murray tba
UMCW05 4th November 2014 B Olivier Exchanging stoichiometric models: interoperability at genome scale
UMCW05 4th November 2014 A Heinken Constraint-based modeling of microbial communities and their interaction with the host
UMCW05 4th November 2014 N Swainston Standardisation of stoichiometric models: how and why
UMCW05 4th November 2014 K Sasidharan Importance of Standardising Genome-Scale Stoichiometric Models
UMCW05 4th November 2014 D Fell Issues in Flux Balance Analysis
UMCW05 4th November 2014 D Segre tba
UMCW05 4th November 2014 S Freilich Taking a bottom-up approach: using metabolic models to study how interactions shape natural-occurring microbial communities
SYR 3rd November 2014 S Goyal Conflict in social networks
SYR 3rd November 2014 F Vega-Redondo Social coordination and social networks
UMC 3rd November 2014 C Picioreanu COMSOL tutorial
UMCW03 31st October 2014 D Johnson Plenary Lecture 12: The causes and consequences of metabolic specialization
UMCW03 31st October 2014 S De Monte Plenary Lecture 11: The evolution of groups and microbial collectives
UMCW03 31st October 2014 G Nicol Contributed Talk 4: Understanding microbial networks driving nitrogen cycling in soil
UMCW03 31st October 2014 A Buckling Plenary Lecture 10: Feedback between microevolution and community structure
UMCW03 31st October 2014 B Teusink Plenary Lecture 9: tba
UMCW03 30th October 2014 S Freilich Contributed Talk 3: Metabolic Network Approaches for delineating functional division within Bacterial Communities
UMCW03 30th October 2014 J Tasoff Plenary Lecture 8: An Economic Framework of Microbial Trade
UMCW03 30th October 2014 D Segre Plenary Lecture 7: Spatio-temporal dynamics of microbial ecosystem metabolism
UMCW03 30th October 2014 A Haas Contributed Talk 2: Structure, Function and Dynamics in Microbial Communities
UMCW03 30th October 2014 C Tarnita Plenary Lecture 6: Ecology and the evolution of multicellularity
UMCW03 30th October 2014 P Warren Plenary Lecture 5: Neutral models on island chains: biodiversity measures, and the 'everything is everywhere' problem.
UMCW03 30th October 2014 J Weitz Plenary Lecture 4: Modeling Ocean Viruses: From Infections to Ecosystems
UMCW03 30th October 2014 N Goldenfeld Plenary Lecture 3: Individual-level models, demographic stochasticity and spatio-temporal variations in microbial populations
UMCW03 30th October 2014 R Garrido Oter Contributed Talk 1: Structure and functions of the bacterial root microbiota in wild and domesticated barley
UMCW03 30th October 2014 P Rainey Plenary Lecture 2: tba
UMCW03 30th October 2014 J Huisman Plenary Lecture 1: Non-Equilibrium Dynamics in Ecological Communities
SYR 29th October 2014 P Meliot Mod-Phi Convergence: precise asymptotics and local limit theorems for dependent random variables: IV
UMC 29th October 2014 S Widder & O Soyer UMC Discussion Session
UMCW02 29th October 2014 T Pfeiffer Plenary Lecture 8: Game theory for modelling microbial communities
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