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Group Seminar Series


2014 / 2015

First quarter seminar held on November, 2nd 2014.

Second quarter seminar, (Spring 2015).

Third quarter seminar held on July, 13th 2015.


2013 / 2014

First quarter seminar held on November, 14th 2013.

Second quarter seminar held on February, 12th 2014.

Third quarter seminar held on May, 29th 2014.

Fourth quarter seminar, (Summer 2014).


2012 / 2013

First quarter seminar held on December, 14th 2012.

Second quarter seminar held on March, 27th 2013.

Third quarter seminar held on May, 14th 2013.

Fourth quarter seminar held on August, 20th 2013.


2011 / 2012

First quarter seminar held on February, 8th 2012.

Second quarter seminar held on April, 12th 2012.

Third quarter seminar held on June, 29th 2012.

Fourth quarter seminar held on October, 9th 2012.


2010 / 2011

Group seminars are held in conjuction with the Sci-Sym seminar series.

2009 / 2010

Group seminars are held in conjuction with the Sci-Sym seminar series.

2008 / 2009

Group seminars are held in conjuction with the Sci-Sym seminar series.

2007 / 2008

DateTimeVenueSpeakerTopic
11-Oct-20073pmL241James Murphy"Agent-based model of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and antibiotics in batch culture"
18-Oct-20073pmL241Prof. Ras Pandey (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. Southern Mississippi, USA)"Nano-structured complex systems (hybrid materials and biomimetics): a perspective via coarse-grained computer simulation modeling"
17-Dec-20073pmL241Conor Brennan"Computational Electromagnetics in the DCU RF modelling and simulation group"
18-Mar-20083pmL221 Sebnam Er (University of Istanbul) & Jane Horgan"Genetic Algorithms versus Geometric Stratification: Computation Efficiency versus Simplicity"


2006 / 2007

DateTimeVenueSpeakerTopic
16-Oct-200610.30amL241John M. Greally (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA)"Epigenomic perturbation in stem cell differentiation and neoplasia"
16-Mar-200712pmL241Heather Ruskin & John Burns"Seeing is Believing: Recent results in Biocomputing Visualisation"
25-April-20073pmL241Eon O'Mongain (Physics Dept, UCD)"Light and Water"
02-May-20073.15pmL217Didier Roche"Open-Research: Linux, Open Source Softwares, and Open Access Journals"
16-May-20074pmL241Dimitri Perrin"Gnuplot: Scientific plotting and integration into LaTeX files"


2005 / 2006

DateTimeVenueSpeakerTopic
30-Nov-20053.30pmQ119J. Campbell (Letterkenny IT)"From Leibniz's Dream to Parents' Nightmares: A Brief History of the Algebra of Three-dimensional Space and of Computer Games"
15-Feb-20063pmL241J. Burns"Scientific writing using LaTeX, bibtex, meta-post, and R"
15-Mar-20063pmL241J. Horgan"Stratified Sampling: A look back in anguish"
22-Mar-20063pmL241H. Ruskin"Idealised Networks in Scientific Computation" (Provisional title) (Deferred - New date to be announced)
29-Mar-20063pmL241A. Sutherland"Hand Gestures - Future Research Possibilities"
12-Apr-20063pmL241D. Meagher"Engineering automated systems for pharmaceutical manufacturing: Relationships between Quality, Regulations and Business Performance"
17-May-20064pmL241T. Conlon"Random matrix theory and hedge fund strategy identification"
14-June-20063pmL241L. Tuohey"Closed form approximation for radiative transfer, and related topics"


2004 / 2005 (Main Page for the 2005 Seminar Series)

DateTimeVenueSpeakerTopic
23-Sept-20042pmL241Rodney Johnson, Aileen McLoughlin"An Ongoing Discourse on Evolutionary Computing"
8-Apr-20052pmL241Ronan Barrett"Introduction to Apache & The Apache Forrest Documentation Tool"
27-Apr-20052pmL241Przemek Repetowicz"Diagrammatic perturbative expansions of phi^4 field theories versus multivariate stochastic inference of covariances in not-Gaussian and/or stable Paretian time series"


2003 / 2004

DateTimeVenueSpeakerTopic
4-Dec-20031pmL241Yaw Bimpeh"Statistical Modelling and Inference for Financial Auditing"
11-Dec-20031pmL241John Burns"Network topology in immune system shape space"
18-Dec-20031pmL241Karl Podesta"Molecular Biology on a Cluster of Workstations"
6-Apr-20042pmL241Noreen Quinn"A Statistical Analysis of Lactation Curve Models"
20-Apr-20042pmL241John Burns"Scientific writing using LaTeX, bibtex, meta-post, and R"
20-May-20042pmL241Liam Tuohey"Some Mathematica-assisted investigations"
23-June-20043pmL241Rodney Johnson
(Naval Postgraduate
School, US)
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