Programme

Thursday (02-02-2017)

09.30 -09.50 am Registration, Coffee/Tea
09.50-10.00 am Welcome
10.00-10.40 am John King, University of Nottingham, UK
Organization of vascular pattern in plant roots
10.40-11.20 am Gianne  Derks, University of Surrey, UK
Dimer dynamics and degenerate transversally intersecting manifolds
11.20- 11.40 am Coffee/Tea (Posters)
11.40 am-12.20 pm Carmel Mothersill, McMaster University, Canada
Modelling low dose effects of ionising radiation: How do we deal with non-targeted effects?
12.20-12.50 pm Sara Brueningk, Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK
A high performance multiscale model to simulate in vitro experiments of focused ultrasound mediated heating combined with irradiation
12.50-02.00 pm Lunch (Posters)
2.00-2.40 pm Helen Byrne, University of Oxford, UK
Understanding the impact of heterogeneity on tumour responses to radiotherapy
2.40-3.10 pm Fiona Macfarlane, University of St Andrews, UK
Multiscale mathematical modelling of the immune response to a solid tumour
3.10 –3.40 pm Tea/Coffee (Posters)
3.40–4.20 pm Colin Seymour, McMaster University, Canada
Novel concepts for modelling cancer
6.30 pm Workshop Dinner at Norton House Hotel

Friday (03-02-2017)

9.30-10.20 am Perumal Nithiarasu, Swansea University, UK
Interaction between calcium dynamics, intercellular communication and vasomotion
10.20-10.50 am Etienne Boileau, Swansea University, UK
Human cardiac systems electrophysiology for safety pharmacology and disease modelling
10.50-11.30 am Tea/Coffee (Posters)
11.30 am-12.10 pm Annabelle Ballesta, University of Warwick, UK
A multi-scale systems pharmacology approach for anticancer chemotherapy personalisation.
12.10-12.40 pm Benoit Huard, Northumbria University, UK
Ultradian rhythms in glucose regulation and diabetic deficiencies
12.40-02.10 pm Lunch (Posters)
2.10–2.50 pm Angelique Stephanou, Universités Grenoble Alpes, France
Design of a virtual tumour
2.50-3.30 pm Dante Kalise, Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics, Austria
A computational approach to multiscale optimal control of collective behaviour phenomena
3.30 pm Closing Remarks followed by Tea/Coffee