Statistics and Biomathematics Seminar

Please notice that the list below is subject to changes. The time for the seminar is 13.15 and the location is seminar room MV:L14, Chalmers tvärgata 3, unless otherwise noted.

20/11 - Paul-Christian Bürkner, Aalto University: Bayesflow: Software assisted Bayesian workflow. Abstract
27/11 - Geir Storvik, Oslo University: Flexible Bayesian Nonlinear Model Configuration. Room MV:F21 Abstract

Past seminars this year:
17/1 - Magnus Röding: Imaging, characterization, and in silico design of heterogeneous porous materials
24/1 - Mats Gyllenberg, Helsingfors Universitet: On models of physiologically structured populations and their reduction to ordinary differential equations. Abstract
31/1 - Christian A. Naesseth, Automatic Control, Linköping: Variational and Monte Carlo methods - Bridging the Gap. Abstract
7/2 - Jonas Wallin, Lund University: Multivariate Type-G Matérn fields. Abstract
14/2 - Jes Frellsen, IT University of Copenhagen: Deep latent variable models: estimation and missing data imputation. Abstract
21/2 - Riccardo De Bin, University of Oslo: Detection of influential points as a byproduct of resampling-based variable selection procedures. Abstract
28/2 - Johan Henriksson: Single-cell perturbation analysis – the solution to systems biology? Abstract
7/3 - Larisa Beilina: Time-adaptive parameter identification in mathematical model of HIV infection with drug therapy. Abstract​
14/3 - Umbert Picchini: Accelerating MCMC sampling via approximate delayed-acceptance. Abstract
21/3 - Samuel Wiqvist, Lund University: Automatic learning of summary statistics for Approximate Bayesian Computation using Partially Exchangeable Networks. Abstract
28/3 - Hans Falhlin (Chief Investment Officer, AP2, Andra AP-fonden)  and Tomas Morsing ( Head of Quantitative Strategies, AP2, Andra AP-fonden): A scientific approach to financial decision making in the context of managing Swedish pension assets. Abstract
11/4 - Daniele Silvestro: Birth-death models to understand the evolution of (bio)diversity. Abstract
12/4 - Erika B. Roldan Roa,  Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University: Evolution of the homology and related geometric properties of the Eden Growth Model. Abstract
16/5 - Susanne Ditlevsen, University of Copenhagen: Inferring network structure from oscillating systems with cointegrated phase processes. Abstract
23/5 - Chun-Biu Li, Stockholms Universitet: Information Theoretic Approaches to Statistical Learning. Abstract
13/6 - Sara Hamis, Swansea University: DNA Damage Response Inhibition: Predicting in vivo treatment responses using an in vitro- calibrated mathematical model. Abstract
19/9 - Ronald Meester, Vrije University, Amsterdam: The DNA Database Controversy 2.0. Abstract
26/9 - Valerie Monbet, Université de Rennes: Time-change models for asymmetric processes. Abstract
3/10 - Peter Jagers, Chalmers: Populations - from few independently reproducing  individuals to continuous and deterministic flows. Or: From branching processes to adaptive population dynamics. Abstract
15/10 - Mats Gyllenberg, Helsingfors Universitet: Difference and differential equations in population biology: History and modelling. Abstract
17/10 - Richard Davis, Columbia University and Chalmers Jubileum Professor 2019: Extreme Value Theory Without the Largest Values: What Can Be Done? Abstract
24/10 - Erica Metheney, Department of Political Sciences, University of Gothenburg: Modifying Non-Graphic Sequences to be Graphic. Abstract
31/10 - Sofia Tapani, AstraZeneca: Early clinical trial design - Platform designs with the patient at its center. Abstract
6/11 - Richard Torkar, Software Engineering, Chalmers: Why do we encourage even more missingness when dealing with missing data? Abstract
7/11 - Krzysztof Bartoszek, Linköping University: Formulating adaptive hypotheses in multivariate phylogenetic comparative methods. Abstract
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Published: Tue 03 Jan 2017. Modified: Mon 11 Nov 2019