Sun, 12 Jul 2020 11:47:00 BST
RESEARCH MEETINGS: Normally every second Wednesday. PROGRESS MEETINGS: every 2 months; the last Research talk was on the 1st December and now there will be a break for Christmas; details for 2022 will be added when available. Recorded Talks in the general Channel of TEAMs SofTMech^MP. This is only available to members of the SofTMech^MP Team.
Tue, 04 May 2021 21:01:00 BST
The 5th St. Andrews Soft Tissue workshop took place on Tues. 1st June to Thurs. 3rd June. It was supported by ICMs. There were 100 registered delegates. The three day workshop programme covered the themes of Cardiac Modelling, Multiscale Modelling, Respiration and Circulation, Cancer and Mechanobiology. There were 6 plenary talks,28 talks & a poster session in sococo, preceded by one-minute presentations by the poster delegates. Recordings of all 6 plenary talks can be viewed via link.
Wed, 10 Mar 2021 15:40:56 GMT
CMALS (The Centre for Mathematics Applied to the Life Sciences is a joint UoG-Strathclyde Centre) is organising an afternoon virtual ‘Show & Tell’ event on Wednesday 28th April. Members of staff from both Unis. are invited to give 5 minute talk (3 slides) Non-mathematicians from across the universities and beyond (e.g. clinicians and industrialists) who are looking for collaboration are invited to give short presentations Deadline for registration is Wednesday 31st March details..... ..
Tue, 28 May 2019 13:11:00 BST
The final Day of the 2019 Soft Tissue Modelling Workshop was held on Friday 7th June; the SofTMech Workshop committee would like to thank all the delegates for coming to take part in the workshop. An A-Z of the workshop can be viewed via the link to the right. Due to COVID-19 the 5th St. Andrews workshop will be held on-line from the 1st to 3rd June 2021 watch this space for further details read more .....
Mon, 23 Nov 2020 10:54:00 GMT
On Friday 8th January 2021 an on-line training day organised by Professor Dirk Husmeier and Dr Peter Stewart was held. 51 people registered, a mixture of CIs, RAs and PhD students from the University of Glasgow, University of Plymouth, Terumo Aortic, POLIMI, MIT, EPFL and North Carolina State University. There were sessions on Mathematical Modelling Principals, Dark data, Parameter estimation and uncertainty quantification see more .............
Fri, 20 Mar 2020 12:07:00 GMT
Because of the rapidly changing COVID-19 virus pandemic, we have decided to postpone all in person events planned for the next few months. The Fifth Soft Tissue workshop due to have been held in St Andrews in June of this year will be postponed until the summer of 2021. We will continue our internal Wednesday Research Meetings on-line. SofTMech wishes everyone to remain safe in these challenging times and our thoughts are with POLIMI and MIT and all our collaborators in other countries.
SofTMech Patient Participation Day 20th May 2019, Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel - Innovation center
Mon, 20 May 2019 13:04:00 BST
SofTMech held a Patient Participation Day at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel Innovation Centre on Monday 20th May 2019. A big thank you to all the patients that attended. A slide show of the event and the presentations can be viewed via link to the right read more ....
Thu, 31 Jan 2019 12:09:00 GMT
This event will bring together a group of modellers to work on problems related to the fluid mechanics of the eye. It follows as part of a series of meetings funded by the UK Fluids Network (past meetings at Imperial, Oxford, Manchester) Please click to read more.
Mon, 04 Jun 2018 13:05:00 BST
The 4th workshop took place from Wednesday 5th to Friday the 7th June. The workshop focused on the most recent advances in the field of soft tissue mechanics, with a clear vision of the landscape of multiscale soft tissue modelling and both fundamental and translational research. Due to COVID-19 the 5th workshop will be postponed for 1 year and be held in June 2021 read more........
Thu, 10 May 2018 14:28:00 BST
SofTMech held an Industry Diaolgue on the 24th November, 2017. The aim of the event was to create a dialogue through which attendees can identify ways in which their organisations can gain economic value/competitive advantage through application of the centre’s research to their business challenges.
Cside 2018: Competitive statistical inference for differential equations 26th Nov 2018, University of Glasgow Mathematics and Statistics Building, Room 311B
Mon, 03 Sep 2018 13:15:00 BST
A report on the event will be available soon: Differential equations are a powerful way of providing an observed system a mathematical description. However, the act of inferring the parameters that govern the equations from noisy data, especially in a timely fashion, is challenging. The main objective of Cside is to assess in a competitive setting what inference methods in this area are currently the state of the art read more..........
Thu, 01 Nov 2018 13:12:00 GMT
Professor Rajagopal will visit from the 2nd to the 6th November. During the visit, Prof. Rajagopal will give an applied maths seminar to the whole School and SofTMech. He will SofTMech have individual meetings with various SofTMech members. The discussion will be focused on the reconstruction of new constitutive laws. He will also talk to various other members of SofTMech interested in constitutive modelling, and aortic dissection read more ......
Fri, 22 Jun 2018 10:22:00 BST
The FIVE EPSRC Maths-Healthcare Centres (Cambridge, Exeter, Glasgow, Imperial and Liverpool) gathered together on the 19th to the 21st September at the University of Glasgow to exchange success stories and share experiences, and more importantly to consider future funding read more...
Thu, 10 May 2018 14:43:00 BST
On the 4th April, 2018 the first of two meetings was held between SofTMech and Liverpool CMH in Glasgow. The second joint meeting will be held in Liverpool on Thursday 30th August; see adjacent tile. For more on the first meeting.......
Thu, 01 Nov 2018 12:06:00 GMT
Dr Charles Taylor will make a short visit on Wed. 7th Nov., starting with a short tour of the Maths and Statistics department at 11.30am, followed by lunch in the Western Infirmary lecture Theatre (WILT) foyer, his seminar talk at 1pm in the WILT is entitled “Noninvasive assessment of the functional significance of coronary heart disease using CT and computational fluid dynamics” read more .........