Events and activities

The following events and activities are associated with the Centre:

24 November 2017: Workshop on neural networks: from dynamical systems to psychology

Networks are a highly topical subject for mathematical research in dynamical systems, where new challenges are being addressed, new methodologies developed and surprising connections uncovered. The workshop will discuss recent research on the mathematical and computational modelling of neural-inspired dynamic networks, as well as exploring connections to clinical-facing research.

This workshop will be held in Seminar Room B, Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, Streatham Campus, Exeter, EX4 4QD.


10.00     Arrival and registration

11.00     Claire Postlethwaite (Mathematics, Auckland, NZ) 

11.45     Lorenzo Livi (Computer Science, Exeter, UK)

12.30     Lunch

14.00     Juliane Britz (Psychology, Fribourg, Switzerland)

14.45     Anke Karl (Psychology, Exeter, UK)

15.30     Break

16.00     Posters, Discussion session

17:30     Workshop dinner, Exeter

Please complete the registration form to register to attend, and indicate whether you would like to present a poster at the workshop. If you have any queries, please contact Sarah Warren.


12-13 April 2018: BioDynamics 2018

This event will take place in London. More details to follow.


Biomedical Modelling Seminars

Every week we hold relaxed seminars in which researchers from a diverse range of mathermatical, biomedical and biological fields present their research. These seminars are designed to promote discussion, foster interdisciplinary links and build collaborations. Presentations are given by researchers in John Terry's research group, and other invited speakers.

Group seminars generally take place in the Living Systems Institute seminar rooms on Thursdays at 14:30-15:30 and are open to anybody that wishes to join us.


Weekly group catch ups

Every Thursday at 10:00 members of the Centre gather with a wider team of colleagues in the Living Systems Institute's Weston Exchange Hub for an informal catch up. We warmly welcome others to these catch ups, which offer a great opportunity to drop by and have a chat with us about our work. Please feel free to come along and join us.