Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Gianne Derks co-organises pharmacology workshop at the University of Reading

Gianne Derks was at the University of Reading on Monday-Tuesday (9-10 September) this week co-organising the 3rd Exchange Workshop of the QSP-UK Network on “Artificial intelligence and mechanistic modelling in quantitative systems pharmacology“. The attendance was 50-50 industry and academia with a profitable exchange of ideas. QSP-UK is the Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Network, funded by […]


Proceedings of the LMS/EPSRC Durham Symposium co-edited by Martin Wolf now published

The Proceedings of the LMS/EPSRC Durham Symposium on “Higher Structures in M-Theory” have now been published in Volume 67 of the journal Progress of Physics (link here). The volume is edited by Branislav Jurčo (Charles University, Prague), Christian Saemann (Heriot-Watt), Urs Schreiber (Czech Academy Sci), and Martin Wolf. A link to the introduction is here.


Janet Godolphin gives invited talk at RSS 2019 in Belfast

Janet Godolphin attended the 2019 meeting of the Royal Statistical Society held in Belfast during 2-5 September (link here). She gave an invited presentation in Session 5.5: Methods and Theory: Theoretical advances in experimental design. The title of her talk was “Construction of blocked factorial and fractional factorial designs“. A link to the abstract of […]


Mark Groves visits from Universität des Saarlandes

Prof Dr Mark Groves visited the department the week of 19 August for research interaction with members of the department, predominantly interacting with “Team Ferrofluids” who are working on the theory of localised patterns at the surface of a ferrofluid. The photo below shows Mark (left) with the team: Dan Hill, Dave Lloyd, and Matt […]


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