Monday 02 October 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  University of Birmingham
Information processing and distributed computation in plant organs

Monday 23 October 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Meanfield Models for nonMarkovian Epidemics on Networks

Monday 30 October 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Colorado School of Mines “Pharmacokinetic models of transdermal drug delivery: Opportunities and pitfalls

Monday 27 November 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion 
Modeling the Evolution of Transgenerational Effects

Monday 11 December 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion 
Investigating inflammation in wounds and cancer using genetics, live imaging, and a little maths

Monday 27 February 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  DAMTP, University of Cambridge
Cooperation and control of infectious diseases

Monday 13 March 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Using mathematical modelling to forecast major outbreaks of infectious disease

Monday 27 March 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Mathematics, University of Exeter Dengue: knowledge gaps and model challenges

Tuesday 04 April March 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Engineering Mathemtics, University of Bristol Measuring, modelling and controlling gene dynamics in embryonic stem cells

Monday 24 April 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Regulation of synaptic plasticity by allosteric calcium sensors

Monday 08 May 2017 13:1514:05
Room: 4S Pavilion  Mathematical problems arising in developmental biology

Monday 12 December 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  Mirre Simons
Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield Understanding the biology of ageing through the demography of death 
Monday 05 December 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  Marcus Tindall
Mathematics and Statistics, University of Reading
Understanding cholesterol synthesis and regulation through mathematical modelling

Monday 28 November 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  George Fritz
LOEWEZentrum für Synthetische Mikrobiologie, University of Marburg
Transporters as information processors in bacterial signaling pathways 
Monday 14 November 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  Marcel Ortgiese
Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath
The interface of the symbiotic branching model

Monday 7 November 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  Jonathan Swinton
Deodands Ltd. Alan Turing and Fibonacci phyllotaxis 
Monday 3rd October 2016 13:1514:05
Room: 4E3.19  Tim Astrop
Biology and Biochemistry, University of Bath Architecture of the Arthropod Cuticle: Retroengineering Nature’s most Amazing Material

Monday 16 May 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
David Anderson
Mathematics, Wisconsin

Monday 25 April 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
Sam Isaacson
Mathematics, Boston

Monday 11 April 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
Chris Guiver
Mathematics, Bath
Systems and control in mathematical ecology and a new necessary
condition for dispersal driven growth

Monday 04 April 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
David Tourigny
Mathematics, Cambridge
Topological aspects of activatorinhibitor networks

Monday 14 March 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
Kevin Painter
Mathematics, HeriotWatt
Navigating the flow: Animal orientation under flows

Monday 07 March 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
John Pitchford
Biology, York
Dynamic networks and network dynamics 
Monday 15 February 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
Colin Torney
Mathematics, Exeter
Cues and decisionmaking in collective systems

Monday
1 February 2016
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.6 
Diego Oyarzun
Mathematics,
Imperial
Analysis and design of genetic control circuits for metabolism

Monday 7 December 2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Edd Codling
Mathematical
Sciences, Essex
Analayis of dairy cow movement and behaviour as part of an automated
welfare monitoring system

Monday 30 November 2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Nikolai
Bode
Engineering Mathematics, Bristol
Exploring the nature of social interactions in moving human and animal
groups 
Monday 16 November 2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Ramon
Grima
Biological Sciences, Edinburgh
Molecular finitesize effects in stochastic models of equilibrium
chemical system 
Monday 2 November
2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Audrey
Dussutour
DYNACTOM, Toulouse
Physarum
polycephalum: when simple is not so simple

Monday 19 October 2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Louise
Dyson
Mathematics, Warwick
Be noisy to be decisive: noiseinduced bistable states

Monday 12 October 2015
13:1514:05
Room: 8W2.13 
Dan
Simpson
Mathematical Sciences, Bath
Models of structured populations 
Wednesday 29 April 2015
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.20 
Todd
Parsons
CNRS & Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles
Aléatoires, Université Paris VI
The conventional wisdom redux? Stochastic evolution in multistrain
epidemics

Wednesday 25 March 2015
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.20 
Ben Adams
Maths, Bath
The
role of households in the epidemiology Ebola  insights
from a mathematical model

Wednesday 18 March 2015
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.20 
Cindy
Greenwood
Maths, University of British Columbia
Spatially
structured neural systems

Wednesday 11 March 2015
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.20 
Jason
Schweinsberg
Maths, Berkeley
Modeling
the genealogy of populations using coalescents with multiple mergers

Thursday 12 February 2015
12.15  13.05
Room: 4W1.7 
Chris Guiver & Stuart Townley
Maths, Exeter
Simple
adaptive control for positive linear systems with
applications
to pest management 
Wednesday 11 February 2015
12.15  13.05
Room: 8W2.10 
Yifei
Wang
Computer Science, Bath
Exploring
how gene tegulation influences the maintenance of meiotic recombination

Wednesday 10 December 2014
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.23 
Jacob
Moorad
Biological Sciences, Edinburgh
Modelling
genetic variation in aging 
Wednesday 3 December 2014
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.23 
Mark
Beaumont
Mathematical
Sciences, Bristol
Methods for
detecting selection using information on
population genetic differentiation 
Wednesday
26 November 2014
(postponed from 19 November)
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.23 
Ian
Hall
Public
Health England, Porton Down
Developing
a toolbox of models to mitigate bioterrorism and emerging disease
public health threats

Friday 7 November 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Mark
Penney
MedImmune
Model
based drug development for bioloigics at MedImmune 
Wednesday
29 October 2014
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.23 
Hartmut
Logemann
Mathematical
Sceinces, Bath
Stability
of nonnegative Lur'e
systems 
Wednesday
22 October 2014
12.15  13.15
Room: 8W2.23 
Erik
Volz
Infectious
Disease Epidemiology, Imperial
Phylodynamics
of Ebola in Sierra Leone 
Tuesday 27 May 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 3W3.9 
Joost
van Opheusden
Biometris, Wageningen
Thermal regulation in a colony
of bees: Mathematical model and simulation.

Friday 16 May 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 3W3.9 
Joost
van Opheusden
Biometris, Wageningen
Competition for resources: the
math behind the Tilman model explained.

Friday
11 April 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Ezio
Venturino
Maths,
University of Turin
Two
applications of mathematical modelling in agriculture: bioloigcal
control of pests and fighting epidemic spread in farms.

Friday
4 April 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Ben
MacArthur
Life
Sciences,
University of Southampton
Statistical
mechanics of pluripotency

Friday 21
March 2014
15.15  16.15
Room: 4W1.7

Angela
Mclean
Zoology,
University of Oxord
How fast
does HIV evolve? 
Part of the Mathematical Landscapes seminar series  
Friday 21
February 2014
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7

Vasileios
Maroulas
Maths,
University of Tennessee, University of Bath
Tracking
rapid intracellular movements: a Bayesian random set approach 
Friday
6 December 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Steve
Webb
Department
of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool
Computational
modelling of cell migration and chemotaxis

Friday
22 November 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Mickael TeixeiraAlves
INRA/INRIA
Sophia Antipolis / Maths,
Bath
Modelling
pest control in agricultural systems using simple models: influence of
predators and endophytes on biological crop protection

Friday
8 November 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7

Rowland
Kao
Institute
of Biodiversity Animal Health and Comparative Medicine,
University of Glasgow
Supersize
me  how 'big data' will help us to undertand and control bovine
Tuberculosis in British cattle and badgers. 
Friday
11 October 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Rafael
PenaMiller
Zoology,
University of Oxford
Plasmid
stability: ecological and evolutionary dynamics 
Friday
3 May 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7

Hartmut
Logemann (Maths, Bath)
Integral control: a useful tool in
population dynamics?

Friday
26 April 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Luca Giuggioli (Biological
Sciences, Bristol)
From animal 'microscopic' movement and interaction to 'macroscopic'
territorial patterns

Friday
19 April 2013
14.15  15.15
Room: 3E2.4 
Len
Thomas (Maths/CREEM, St Andrews)
Heard but not seen: Estimating animal
population density from
passive acoustics 
Friday
12 April 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7

Steve Raper (Maths, Bath)
Spread  don't bet on it . A (light) statistical analysis of Bovine Tb
in Britain shows that the
spread of a disease isn't always what it seems. 
Friday
22 March 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 1W3.15 
Deidre Hollingsworth (Public
Health, Imperial)
Heterogeneities in pathogen load and transmission: examples from HIV
and soil transmitted helminthology

Friday
15 March 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7

Hannah Woodall (Maths, Bath)
Agestructured epidemiological models
for dengue

Friday
8 February 2013
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Andy
Gardner (Zoology, Oxford)
The
evolution of eusociality

Friday 7
December 2012
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Nina Alphey (Zoology, Oxford)
Modelling transgenic methods for controlling insect pests 
Friday 16
November 2012
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Tucker Gilman
(Life Sciences, Manchester)
Using models to predict evolution in changing environments. 
Friday 19
October 2012
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Daniel Franco (Maths, Universidad
Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, Madrid).
Chaos control in population models. 
Friday 5
October 2012
13.15  14.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Thilo Gross
(Engineering Mathematics, Bristol).
Opinion dynamics in fish.

Friday
20 April 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Alex Best (Animal and Plant
Sciences, Sheffield)
Modelling the coevolution of parasites and their hosts

Friday
30 March 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Hamish Spencer (Zoology,
University of Otago)
Using mathematical models to predict the evolution of genomic
imprinting

Friday
23 March 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Andrew Bate (Maths, Bath)
Predators, prey and prevalence
Finn
McQuaid (Maths, Bath)
Coevolution of resource tradeoffs driving nestedness in hostparasite
networks

Friday
16 March 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Eamonn Gaffney (Maths, Oxford)
Exploring the mechanics of swimming flagellate

Friday
9 March 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Meggan
Craft (Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota).
Wildlife
disease ecology: lions and hippos and dog (oh my!)

Friday 9
December 2012
16.15  17.30
Room: 4W1.7

Landscapes
in Mathematical Sciences seminar:
Mark
Lewis (Alberta)

Friday
25 November 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Thomas
House (Maths, Warwick)
Network epidemiology: why your kids
are a bigger danger than the sneezer on the bus

Friday
4 November 2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Steven
White (CEH, Wallingford)
Controlling
mosquitoes by classical or transgenic sterile insect techniques

Friday
28
October
2012
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Rachel
Norman (Maths, Stirling)
Models of tick borne diseases complex
biology, a challenging result and some practical solutions.

Friday
21
October 2012
13.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7

Vijay Panjeti (Maths, Emory)
An approach to landscape genetics: modeling the North
American rabies system.
Lloyd
Bridge (Maths, Bath)
Mathematical and computational modelling of cell signalling dynamics.

Friday
14
October 2012
16.15  17.30
Room: 4W1.7 
Landscapes
in Mathematical Sciences seminar:
Mark Chaplain (Dundee)

Thursday
9
June 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.1 
Gilberto
Corso (Biophysics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)
Nestedness
index of bipartite networks and its uses in ecology

Friday 8
April 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Mike Tildsley (Centre for
Infection, Immunity and Evolution, Edinburgh)
Mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, from withinhost to the
population level. 
Friday 1
April 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Dan Nussey (Institue of
Evolutionary Biology, Edinburgh)
An evolutionary perspective on immunoheterogeneity and immunosenescence
in a wild sheep population. 
Friday 25
March 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Samir Okasha (Philosphy,
Bristol)
The evolution of Bayesian rationality. 
Friday 11
March 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Diomar Mistro (Maths, Santa
Maria, Brazil)
Scenarios
of invasion in a space and timediscrete predatorprey system with
strong Allee effect. 
Friday 4
March 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Max Souza (Maths, UFF,
Brazil)
Discrete and continuous models in evolutionary dynamics. 
Friday 11
February 2011
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Nick
Priest (Biology, Bath).
Infection and ageing.

Friday
3 December 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Konstantin
Blyuss (Engineering Mathematics, Bristol)
Stability and bifurcations in an epidemic model with temporary
immunity.

Friday
19 November 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Jason
Matthiopoulos (Biology, St Andrews)
Catastrophic nepotism, collective
memory and wildlife population cycles.

Friday
5 November 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7

Sebastian
Funk (Institute of Zoology, London)
News travels fast: Modelling the dynamics of infectious diseases and
human behaviour.

Friday
22 October 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Alison
Nightingale (Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Bath)
Pharmacoepidemiology and the general practice research database

Friday
8 October 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Bob
Planque (Maths, Amsterdam)
Maintenance of bird song dialects. 
Friday
1 October 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7

Christopher
Kribs Zaleta (Maths, University of Texas)
Treatment of Hepatitis C for Hemolytic
Anemia Management.
Abstract.

Tuesday
18 May 2010
13.15  14.15
Room: 1WN3.10 
Sam
Brown (Zoology, Oxford)
Evolutionary ecology of microbial sociality: cooperation, virulence and
control (abstract)

Friday
30 April 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4W1.7 
Zoe
Ward (Maths, Bath)
Mechanisms of HIV Persistence on Treatment (abstract) 
Friday
26 March 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 1W3.6

Axel
G Rossberg (Biology, Queen's Belfast)
How pylogenetic correlations structure ecological communities

Friday
5 March 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 4S Pavillion

Dylan
Childs (Animal and Plant Sciences, Sheffield)
Evolutionary game theory in the real world: A viable alternative to
phenotypic selection analysis?

Friday
19 Febraury 2010
14.15  15.15
Room: 1W3.6 
Istvan
Kiss (Maths, Sussex)
Exact epidemic models on graphs using graph automorphism driven
lumping 
Friday
11 December 2009
14.15  15.15
1W3.6

Sergei
Petrovskii ( Maths, Leicester )
Statistical mechanics of population
dynamics and animal movement

Friday
4 December 2009
14.15  15.15
4S Pavilion

Alasdair
Houston (Biology, Bristol)
Models of cooperation: the importance
of individual differences

Friday
20 November 2009
14.15  15.15
1W3.6

Oliver
Kruger ( Biology and Biochemisty, Bath )
Modelling life history evolution: from
individual variation to population demography 
Friday
13 November 2009
14.15  15.15
4S Pavilion

Matthew
Smith ( Microsoft Research, Cambridge )
Predictive models of infectious disease
dynamics in wildlife populations 
Friday 6
November 2009
14.15  15.15
1W3.6

Frederic
Hamelin (Agrocampus, Rennes)
A differential game theoretical analysis of mechanistic models for
territoriality

Thursday,
30 April, 2009
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Mark
Broom ( Maths, Sussex )
Models of evolution on structured
populations

Thursday,
19 March, 2009
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Christian
Hellmich (Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vienna
University of Technology
Multiscale micromechanics of bone
materials and structures: fundamentals and advanced exploitation of
Computer Tomographic Data

Thursday,
12 March, 2009
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

William
Megill (Engineering, Bath)
Predatorprey cycling in grey whales
on Canada's west coast

Thursday,
26 February, 2009
13.15  14.15
3WN3.8

Ben
Adams (Maths, Bath)
Epidemiology and evolution of
influenza virus

Thursday,
12 February, 2009
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Joanne
Turner (Veterinary Clinical Science, Liverpool)
Using contact networks to model
disease transmission within and between farms

Thursday,
29 January, 2009
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Kieran
Sharkey (Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre)
A method for constructing
deterministic epidemic models in heterogeneous populations

Thursday,
4 December, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Christina
Cobbold (Maths, Glasgow)
Coexistence and evolution of
parasitoids

Thursday,
20 November, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Gabriele
Margos (Biology, Bath)
Understanding Borrelia evolution

Thursday,
6 November, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Alexander
Alekseyenko (EBI, Cambridge)
Multistate stochastic Dollo model
for evolution of complex characters

Thursday,
23 October, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Farida
Chamchod (Maths, Bath)
An analysis of a vaccination model
based on host immune status
Victoria Brown (Maths, Bath)
Modelling HPV with vaccination
Zoe Ward (Maths, Bath)
Heterogeneity and HIV drug treatment
and resistance

Thursday,
9 October, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Mario
Recker(Zoology, Oxford)

Thursday,
6 March, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Caroline
Colijn (Engineering Maths, Bristol)

Thursday,
21 February, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

JanUlrich
Kreft (Biology, Birmingham)
Modelling interactions of microbes in
spatially structured systems

Thursday,
7 February, 2008
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Richard
Law (Biology, York)

Thursday,
6 December, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Vincent
Jansen (Biology, Royal Holloway)

Thursday,
22 November, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Albert
Bolhuis (Pharmacy, Bath)
Protein translocation in the prokaryotic
domains of life

Thursday,
8 November, 2007
1.15, 1W3.6

Christoph
Schwitzwer (Bristol Zoo)
Programme Sahamalaza: study and
conservation of
critically endangered lemurs in northwest Madagascar

Thursday,
25 October, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Zhivko
Stoyanov (Maths, Bath)
Statistical perturbation theory for
spectral clustering

Thursday,
11 October, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Andrea
Rocco (Maths, Bath)
Modelling environmental fluctuations in
biochemical systems

Thursday,
3 May, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Roger
Bowers (Maths, Liverpool)

Thursday, 26 April, 2007
1.15, 1W3.6

Alex
Jeffries (Biology, Bath)
Can pseudogene evolution be mathematically
modelled?

Thursday,
19 April, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Christoph
Schwitzer (Bristol Zoo)
Programme Sahamalaza: study and
conservation of critically endangered lemurs in northwest Madagascar

Thursday,
22 March, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Elisa
LozaReyes (Maths, Bath)
A Bayesian phylogenetic mixture model

Thursday,
15 March, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Radek
Erban (Maths, Oxford)
Stochastic modelling of reaction, diffusion
and taxis processes in biology

Thursday,
8 March, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Begoña
DelgadoCharro (Pharmacy, Bath)
The skin: an opportunity for drug delivery
and noninvasive pharmacokinetics

Thursday,
1 March, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Mike
Bonsall (Zoology, Oxford)
Ecology and evolution of resourceconsumer
dynamics

Thursday,
15 February, 2007
13.15  14.15
1W3.6

Joanna
Bryson (Computer Science, Bath)
Why information can be free:
the evolution of communication and its impact on language

Thursday, 1 February, 2007
13.15  14.15
6E2.1

Jack
Cohen (Warwick)
I am not a heat engine
