BioDynaMo Workshop on Agent-Based Modeling

Friday, November 19, 2021 - 10:00 AM
Zoom

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Nov 19, 2021
AM
10:00 AM Introduction - Roman Bauer   ()
10:05 AM The BioDynaMo Platform: Current State and Future Developments - Lukas Breitwieser (CERN, ETH Zurich) Fons Rademakers (CERN)   ()
10:20 AM From multicellular to tissue biomechanics simulations in cancer using multiscale finite element and agent-based models - Vasileios Vavourakis (University of Cyprus / UCL)   ()
10:40 AM Emergence and Macroscopic Behaviour ExtRaction (EMBER): a tool for bifurcation analysis of agent-based models - Anne Skeldon (University of Surrey)   ()
11:00 AM Parallelised optimisation with BioDynaMo - Ahmad Hesam (CERN)   ()
11:10 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:30 AM Agent-based modelling of radiation-induced lung fibrosis - Nicolo Cogno (TU Darmstadt / GSI Helmholtz Centre)   ()
11:50 AM Agent-based modelling of multi-state biomolecules - Melanie Stefan (Edinburgh University)   ()
PM
12:10 PM CryoDynaMo for cryopreservation simulations - Jack Jennings (Newcastle University)   ()
12:30 PM --- Lunch break ---
1:30 PM Cryopreservation: a Time Travel Machine - Ramon Risco (University of Seville)   ()
1:50 PM Leveraging Machine Learning for efficient agent-based simulations and application on biomedical cases - Taghi Aliyev (SCImPULSE Foundation)   ()
2:10 PM Open discussion on presentations and overlap   ()
2:30 PM Development and calibration of an agent-based model of tumor growth - Ernesto Lima (The University of Texas at Austin)   ()
2:50 PM Agent-Based Modeling of Financial Markets - Philippe Debie (WUR)   ()
3:10 PM Improving the continuum modelling within BioDynaMo - Tobias Duswald   ()
3:20 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:30 PM Agent-based models for socioeconomic simulations - Frank Pijpers (University of Amsterdam / Statistics Netherlands)   ()
3:50 PM Modelling of mosquito borne diseases and ML applications to their forecast - Flavio Coelho (University of Geneva)   ()
4:10 PM Individual-based mathematical model of HIV transmission and its implementation for Malawi - Janne Anton Markus Estill (University of Geneva)   ()
4:30 PM Knowledge Transfer and IP in academic and industrial research - Han Hubert Dols (CERN)   ()
4:50 PM Concluding remarks - Roman Bauer   ()
5:00 PM Open discussion on presentations and opportunities   ()