Women in Mathematical Sciences
The Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences department are delighted to announce this year's 'Celebrating Women in the Mathematical Sciences' event, which will be held on:
12 May 2022 in MS.01 at 18:00
The event will highlight research in the mathematical sciences conducted at Warwick. We look forward to a wide range of contributions from mathematics, statistics and computer sciences, which will explain their research for a general audience using as few equations as possible.
There will be drinks and nibbles in the Maths Common Room afterwards - all members of staff, as well as Warwick UG and PG students are welcome!
- Thejaswini Raghavan Solving Partity Games Faster
- Alicia Gill Inferring reproduction number from genomic and epidemiological data
- Iman Bilal Tracking&Summarising Opinion on Twitter
- Katerina Santicola The cursed problem
- Alice Corbella Fusing multiple dependent data to characterize transmission and severity: the 2017/2018 influenza epidemic
- Thomasina Ball Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair…
- Criseida Zamora Virtual presynaptic nerve terminal
- Jo Evans Staircases
- Zoe Wyatt Fluids in an expanding universe
- Francesca Basini Landscape modelling approaches in developmental biology
- Melissa Iacovidou Mathematical models of malaria: the effects of insecticide resistance and the importance of age-dependent mortality
- Emily Alger Functional Regression of Dynamic Optoacoustic Tomography Imaging
- Daniela Valdes Are videoconsultations sustainable in Physiotherapy?
- Alice Hodson A non-virtual exploration of the virtual element method
Suggestions for future events:
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Marie-Therese Wolfram, Susana Gomes, Jo Evans, Yulia Timofeeva, Julia Brettschneider