Poster session

Wednesday 18th September, 12:10 - 13:30

Abhishek Upadhyay, Institute for Theoretical Biology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany

An inactivation switch enables rhythms in a Neurospora clock model

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Emine Atici Endes, Heriot-Watt University

E and N-Cadherin-Dependent Non-Local Model For Wound Healing

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Aden Forrow, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Statistical Optimal Transport via Factored Couplings

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Adrien Coulier, Dept of Information Technology, Uppsala University

A Compartment-Based SSA for biochemical simulations

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Andreas Hellander, Hellander Lab at Uppsala University

A multiscale center-based model for coupling stochastic intracellular cell-cell signalling and cellular adhesion

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Andrew Krause, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford 

Morphogenesis in complex and evolving domains

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Annalisa Iuorio, Vienna University of Technology and Frits Veerman,  University of Heidelberg

Flee the toxins: autotoxicity-induced traveling vegetation spots in a biomass-water-toxicity model

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Aleksandra Ardaseva, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Analysis of cancer dynamics in fluctuating environments

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Bernadette Stolz, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Applications of persistent homology to biological networks

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Chitaranjan Mahapatra, Department of Biosciences & Bioengineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay 

In silico pharmacological assessment of Mibefradil in single detrusor smooth muscle cell towards understanding the urinary bladder overactivity

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Daria Stepanova, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Multiscale Modelling Of Complex Endothelial Cell Dynamics In Early Angiogenesis

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Edward Yeo, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Multiphase Flow Modelling of Magnetically Targeted Stem Cell Delivery

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Emma Carrick Smith, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Modelling the Clonal Evolution of Drug-Resistant Cells in Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma

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Fabian Spill, Mathematics, University of Birmingham

Signal integration in the physical tumour microenvironment

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Giulio Facchini, Life Science Department, University of Roehamtpon

Biology and physics of the most complex form of animal architecture: a study of growth and form of nests built by Nasutitermes

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Heba Sailem, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford

KDML: a Knowledge-Driven Machine Learning for Characterising Genes Regulating Multicellular Organisation and Nuclear Morphology

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Hugh Ford, Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sydney

Coalescence as a detrimental consequence of cellular cannibalism

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Hye-Won Kang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland Baltimore County

A Mathematical Model for Enzyme Clustering in Glucose Metabolism

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Jenny Larsson, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield

A developmentally descriptive method for quantifying shape in snail shells

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Joanne Dunster, University of Reading

Separatrix behaviour in enzyme kinetics

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Johannes Borgqvist, University of Gothenburg

The polarising world of Cdc42: the importance of geometry in cell division

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Jonathan Harrison, University of Warwick

Gaining quantitative insight into the mechano-chemical regulation of cell division via mathematical modelling

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Ana Osojnik, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Systematic analysis of a bifurcating model of tumour-immune interactions

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Thursday 19th September, 12:00 - 13:30

Julia Stadlmann, University of Oxford

Brownian motion, L ́evy processes and random walks as limits of shift-periodic maps

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Muhammad Humayun Kabir, Jahangirnagar University,

Model-aided understanding of the transition from hunter-gatherers to farmers in Europe

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Liam Brown, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Not of Mice, But Men: How Does Immunotherapeutic Success Depend on Species?

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Aaron Lim, Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol

Estimating the Impact and Costs of Scaling-Up Screening and Treatment for Hepatitis C Virus in Pakistan: Working Towards Elimination

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Lukas Eigentler, Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University

Metastability as a coexistence mechanism in a model for dryland vegetation patterns

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Duncan Martinson, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Applications of Multiscale Simulation Algorithms to Angiogenesis Models

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Michael Adamer, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Coloured Noise in Stochastic Turing Systems

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Natasha Ellison, Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield

Mechanistic modelling of the home range patterns of long-tailed tits

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Phebe Mawuena Afi Havor, National Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana

Dynamics of Disease Models with Self-Diffusion: Cholera Epidemic in Ghana

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Radek Erban, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Multiscale Methods for Modelling Intracellular Processes with Single-Molecule Detail

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Rasa Giniunaite, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

How does domain growth influence the collective migration of neural crest cells?

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Ravinda Gunaratne, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Multi-resolution modelling in molecular dynamics

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Rifaldy Fajar, Department of Mathematics, Yogyakarta State University

Mathematics Model and Numerical Solution of Reaction-Difussion Equations in Conduction Cardiac Tissue Models

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Roisin Stephens, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Optimising biopsy scheduling, integrating digital pathology and agent-based modelling

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Sandra Montes, Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol

Multiscale computational modelling of intestinal organoids

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Seirin Lee, Department of Mathematics, Hiroshima University 

A Single Reaction-Diffusion Equation for the Multifarious Eruptions of Urticaria

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Sonja Mathias, Department of Information Technology, Division of Scientific Computing, Uppsala University

Choose your force function wisely - a computational study on center-based models

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Thomas Pak, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Pakman: a modular and efficient software tool for approximate Bayesian inference

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Tom Prescott, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Multifidelity Approximate Bayesian Computation

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Victoria Ponce, Institute for Applied Mathematics, Heidelberg University

Quantitative frameworks for understanding cancer cell invasion through in-vitro scratch assays

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Valerie Voorsluijs, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Impact of mitochondrial exchanges on calcium wave propagation in astrocytes

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Joshua Bull, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Inferring tumour spheroid composition and dynamics from infiltration experiments and modelling

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Yansong Zhao, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Chronotherapy for Cancer: Using Mathematical Modelling to Get the Timing Right

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