Daniel Forger, a Professor of Mathematics, Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan, is visiting the department this week, hosted by Anne Skeldon. His research is devoted to understanding biological clocks. His research uses techniques from many fields, including computer simulation, detailed mathematical modeling and mathematical analysis, to understand biological timekeeping. His webpage can be found here. On Thursday 18 December at 4pm (in 22 AA 04) he is giving a talk in the Biosystems Seminar on “From a single molecule to a jet lag smartphone app with more than 100,000 users: linking scales in models of biological timekeeping“. A link to the webpage for the app is here.