Full Seminar Archive

Our regular seminar program covers a broad range of topics from applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. All staff and students are welcome. This page has a complete list of past seminars and a list restricted by year can be accessed via the left-hand menu.

Professor Noel Cressie - University of Wollongong
In this talk, I give a hierarchical-statistical-modelling framework for uncertainty quantification for inferring marine biogeochemical cycles. Uncertainties appear in the (noisy and incomplete) data...

Mr Ashish Goyal - School of Mathematics and Statistics
Hepatitis D virus (HDV) is interesting in that it hijacks the machinery of another virus, hepatitis B virus, to replicate in the liver of dually infected individuals. It results in higher mortality...

Dr Vanessa Venturi - Head, Computational Biology Group | Centre for Vascular Research | Lowy Cancer Research Centre
T cells play an important role in the immune recognition and control of pathogens. T cell receptors expressed on the cell surface enable the recognition of pathogen peptides and the diversity of T...

Dr. James Wood - Faculty of Medicine, UNSW
For immunising infections, serological data is a valuable source of information about individual and population histories of infection. In more recent times, serological data is a marker for both...

James Walsh - Biophysics and School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW
The cell division process is fundamental to all life.  The genetic material in a cell is duplicated and once this is complete, a contractile protein ring divides the parent cell into two daughter...

Dr. James Wood - Faculty of Medicine
For immunising infections, serological data is a valuable source of information about individual and population histories of infection. In more recent times, serological data is a marker for both...

Natalya Levenkova - School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW
In many fields of contemporary science the target complex systems are treated by representing them as graphs. For example, epidemiologists use graphs to construct different types of contact networks...

Dr Robert Nordon - Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, UNSW
Cell proliferation and differentiation is described by a multi-type branching process, a probability model that defines the inheritance of cell type. Cell type is defined by i) a repression index...

TBA - UNSW
TBA

Associate Professor William Sherwin - School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
The Mathematical and Statistical Biology Symposium is an informal forum for researchers to hear about work in progress. The format consists of a 30 minute presentation followed by coffee and cake in...

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