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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2014-11-25
E.g., 2014-11-25
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title Presentation Material
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
25th November 2014 BAE Systems
UMC 25th November 2014 M Mobilia Spiralling patterns in models inspired by bacterial games with cyclic competition
UMC 25th November 2014 S Guptal The role of immune selection on the population structure of metabolic genes in pathogenic bacteria
SYR 24th November 2014 R May Systemic Risk in Ecological and Financial Systems: Early Warnings?
UMC 21st November 2014 D Nelson Life at High Reynolds Number
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
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