IBS Biomedical Mathematics Online Colloquium

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Institute for Basic Science

Audience: Researchers in the discipline
Seminar series times: No fixed schedule
Organizer: Jae Kyoung Kim*
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IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium series focuses on progress in outstanding mathematical theory for the study of biology and medicine and its application. This will be a great chance for individuals and groups to hear from outstanding researchers and discuss with them from your place. The colloquium runs either Wed 16:00 or Thu 11:00 Korea time depending on speakers’ time zone. It consists of a 50-minute talk followed by 10-minute questions. After the formal session, longer discussions will take place for those interested. The zoom link will be opened at least 10 minutes before the start time, to let people meet and have a coffee together. So, join us for an informal chat!

IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group (BIMAG) is established in March 2021 to carry out top-class research in the field of biological and medical mathematics. BIMAG consists of three research teams: Intracellular dynamics team aims for the development of reduction methods for multi-scale systems and its application to enzyme kinetics, cancer Immunotherapy, and biological oscillators. Intercellular dynamics team aims for the development of inference methods for dynamic cellular networks and its application to biological oscillatory networks. Systemic dynamics team aims for the development of digital medicine for sleep disorders based on health wearable devices.

Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
FriDec 0902:00George SugiharaTaming Complexity in Data-Limited Nonlinear Nonequilibrium Settings
FriDec 0202:00Domitilla Del VecchioMammalian synthetic biology by controller design
WedNov 3007:00Svetlana PostnavaBrain dynamics during shiftwork: from maths and codes to real-world applications
WedNov 2307:00Edda KlippAssessing the limits of control of Covid-19 outbreaks using agent-based modeling
FriNov 1802:00Rosemary BraunQuantifying dynamical changes in sparse, noisy, high-dimensional data
WedNov 0907:00Marko OkadaModeling cell-to-cell heterogeneity from a signaling network
WedOct 2607:00Anne SkeldonMathematical Modelling of the sleep-wake cycle: light, clocks and social rhythms
FriOct 2102:00David AndersonStationary distributions and positive recurrence of chemical reaction networks
FriOct 2101:30David AndersonA brief introduction to stochastic reaction networks
FriOct 0702:00John TysonTime-keeping and Decision-making in the Cell Cycle
FriOct 0701:30John TysonA Dynamic Paradigm for Molecular Cell Biology
FriSep 0202:00James FerrellCell signaling in 2D vs. 3D
WedJun 0108:00Heinz KoepplFrom live cell imaging to moment-based variational inference
WedMay 2508:00Radek ErbanMulti-resolution methods for modelling intracellular processes
WedMay 2507:30Radek ErbanStochastic modelling of reaction-diffusion processes
ThuMay 1202:00Krešimir JosićPlasticity and balance in neuronal networks
ThuMay 1201:30Krešimir JosićIntroduction to balanced networks
ThuApr 2802:00Kun HuScaling behaviors in physiological fluctuations: relevance to circadian regulation and insights into the development of Alzheimer’s disease
ThuApr 1402:00Denise KirschnerA systems biology approach using multi-scale modeling to understand the immune response to tuberculosis infection and treatment
ThuApr 1401:30Denise KirschnerAn overview of methods used for multi-scale modeling and anlysis
ThuApr 0702:00Kunihiko KanekoUniversal biology in adaptation and evolution: Dimensional reduction, and fluctuation-response relationship
ThuMar 3102:00Uri AlonDesign principles of physiological circuits
ThuMar 2402:00Mason PorterTopological data analysis of spatial systems
ThuMar 2401:30Mason PorterIntroduction to topological data analysis
ThuMar 0302:00Qing NieSpatiotemporal reconstruction of static single-cell genomics data
ThuNov 2509:00Ruth BakerQuantitative comparisons between models and data to provide new insights in cell and developmental biology
ThuNov 1802:00Jeremy GunawardenaFollowing the energy in cellular information processing
ThuNov 1102:00Lisa J. FauciBiofluiddynamics of reproduction
WedOct 2708:00Annabelle BallestaSystems Pharmacology towards Personalized Chronotherapy
ThuOct 2102:00Chao TangScaling in development
ThuOct 0702:00Alexander HoffmannA temporal signaling code to specify immune responses
ThuSep 1602:00Aaron A. KingStochastic processes as scientific instruments: efficient inference based on stochastic dynamical systems
WedSep 0808:00Helen Byrne[CANCELED] Approaches to understanding tumour-immune interactions
ThuSep 0201:00Alexander AndersonExploiting evolution to design better cancer therapies
WedJul 2808:00Mustafa KhammashTheory and design of molecular integral feedback controllers
WedJul 1408:00Bärbel Finkenstädt RandInference for Circadian Pacemaking
ThuJun 1002:00Andrew PhillpisTowards individualized predictions of human sleep and circadian timing
WedMay 2608:00Ramon GrimaNeural network aided approximation and parameter inference of stochastic models of gene expression
WedApr 2108:00Olaf WolkenhauerAdvice to my younger self
ThuApr 1502:00Luonan ChenDynamics-based data science in biology
ThuMar 2502:00Daniel ForgerThe mathematics of the wearables with applications to circadian rhythms and sleep
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