The main topic for this edition will be Mathematical and Computational Models in Cancer Research.
On Friday, December 16th, 2016, from 14:00 to 18:00, a meeting of CMUP involving all four lines of research will take place in Room FC1 0.31.
Jean-Pierre BOURGUIGNON (CNRS-IHÉS) General Relativity and Geometry, Interactions and Missed Opportunities 21 OCTOBER 2016 — 14:30 — Room 0.07 — CMUP/FCUP Live Broadcast at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHnYYI2uRnH8CVOF55Irw3g/live Physics and Geometry have a long history in common, but the Theory of General Relativ
The erratic behaviour of chaotic dynamical systems motivated the use of probabilistic tools to study the statistical behaviour of such systems. The time evolution of these systems gives rise to time series resulting from evaluating an observable function along their orbits.
IJCAR is the premier international joint conference on all aspects of automated reasoning, including foundations, implementations, and applications, comprising several leading conferences and workshops.
1st International Conference Formal Structures for Computation and Deduction combine the previous conferences TLCA and RTAand further extends this scope to cover all the inter-related formal areas that researchers in formal structures for computation and deduction engage in.
Official opening by Prof Alexandre Quintanilha
Main theme: Systems Biology
Some Topics: systems biology cancer research, constraint-based metabolic modelling; cellular signalling networks, gene regulatory networks, spatial-stochastic simulations of biochemical networks; computational simulation with COPASI.
The WOPA 2016 is a one day meeting that gather together members of the Analysis Area of CMUP and other researchers working on the subject
Analysis Area - Center of Mathematics of University of Porto
Mathematics Department of Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto
Date: February 17th
Place: Room FC1.007, Maths Building
Heteroclinic Phenomena: the role of symmetry is a one-day meeting bringing together both experts and young researchers in the field. A small set of talks will set the pace for a discussion on the role of symmetry (reversing and preserving) in the occurrence and study of heteroclinic phenomena. There is no registration fee.