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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2014-10-25
E.g., 2014-10-25
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title
010W01 20th March 2001 M Stephens A new statistical method for haplotype reconstruction
010W01 20th March 2001 P Joyce Assessing allelic dropout and genotype reliability using maximum likelihood
010W01 20th March 2001 L Davies Probablistic methods of database searching
010W01 20th March 2001 M Krawczak Structural consequences of pathological missense mutations
010W01 20th March 2001 Welcome Unknown
010W01 20th March 2001 Registration \& Coffee
12th March 2001 G Huisken New results on inverse mean curvature flow and the Penrose inequality
5th March 2001 G Falkovich Smog and rain on a windy day
26th February 2001 A Ram Combinatorics and polynomials arising from geometric symmetries
19th February 2001 N Weiss Solar activity and climate change
22nd January 2001 L Caffarelli Plane-like minimal surfaces in periodic media
4th December 2000 E Spiegel From molecular chaos to deterministic chaos by dimensional reduction
3rd December 2000 Re-thinking Cancer Research: `Blue-Skying' the Future
2nd December 2000 Re-thinking Cancer Research: `Blue-Skying' the Future
1st December 2000 Re-thinking Cancer Research: `Blue-Skying' the Future
27th November 2000 J Damon Scale-based geometry for problems in computer imaging
GTFW04 20th November 2000 D Holm Modeling and analyzing fluid dynamics in the Euler-Poincar\'{e} framework
14th November 2000 P Holmes Mechanical models for insect locomotion
6th November 2000 P Boyland Applications of dynamical stability: Hamiltonian dynamics and fluid stirring
16th October 2000 RH Dijkgraaf The mathematics of M-Theory
18th September 2000 HSM Coxeter, FRS Five spheres in mutual contact
INIW01 7th September 2000 MJ Sewell Duality in solids and fluids
INIW01 7th September 2000 I Roulstone Some novel applications of lagrangian coordinates in meteorology
INIW01 7th September 2000 BJ Hoskins Air masses, fronts and other such lagrangian topics in the atmosphere
INIW01 7th September 2000 RJ Knops Uniqueness in nonlinear elastostatics
INIW01 7th September 2000 CR Calladine Buckling of thin cylindrical shells: a paradox resolved
15th May 2000 M Stone Path integrals for spin: from molecular clusters to holomorphic line bundles
8th May 2000 Y Suhov Multi-dimensional continued fractions
11th April 2000 K Moffatt Finite time singularities in fluid dynamics
990W02 5th April 2000 T Warnow New methods for large scale phylogenetic tree reconstruction
990W02 5th April 2000 G McGuire Phylogenetic trees for gene families
990W02 5th April 2000 K Strimmer Likelihood, recombination and phylogenetic networks
990W02 5th April 2000 S Whelan A novel method for estimating amino acid replacement matrices
990W02 5th April 2000 H Shimodaira Multiple comparisons of log-likelihoods with applications to phylogenetic inference
990W02 5th April 2000 P Higgs RNA sequence evolution and molecular phylogenetics
990W02 5th April 2000 T Hwa On the probability tails of gapped sequence alignment and related hidden markov models
990W02 5th April 2000 J Hein New results in statistical alignment
990W02 5th April 2000 P Nicodeme Motif statistics
990W02 4th April 2000 B Griffiths Ancestral trees under a mutation
990W02 4th April 2000 O Pybus The inference of demographic history from gene sequence data
990W02 4th April 2000 S Zöllner A coalescent approach to study linkage disequilibrium between SNPs
990W02 4th April 2000 N Burroughs Extracting evolution and demographic information from microsatellites: The extraordinary power of MCMC
990W02 4th April 2000 A Robinson Visualisation and analysis of large-scale gene expression data from microarray experiments
990W02 4th April 2000 J Vilo Mining gene expression and sequence data: Correlating gene expression to their upstream sequences
990W02 4th April 2000 N Cristianini Knowledge-based analysis of microarray gene expression data by using support vector machines
990W02 4th April 2000 Welcome by Dr Nick Goldman and Professor Keith Moffatt
25th March 2000 D Edwards Electrons in disguise
4th March 2000 LMS Meeting Dame Mary Cartwright Lecture
28th February 2000 R MacKay Discrete breathers: classical and quantum
14th February 2000 H Furstenberg Nilpotent groups and non-conventional ergodic theorems
University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
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