11th May 2020
Organisers: David Rand, Meritxell Sáez
The arrival of more and better single cell data opens up new opportunities for better understanding of biological systems and, in particular, the way that cell's make decisions and regulate their behaviour. However, to realise these opportunities new mathematical and statistical tools are needed to organise, analyse and visualise such data. This meeting will look at decision-making and the data challenges with a view to informing the discussion about what tools are needed. Should they be based on mathematical models or are AI approaches more likely to be more profitable? How do we deal with stochasticity, nonlinearity and the curse of dimension?
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Mathematics Research Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK