Hamilton Institute Graduate Student Talks

Monday, October 18, 2021 - 10:00 to Friday, October 22, 2021 - 10:45


Meeting ID: 847 0895 3165 

Passcode: Hamilton

Hamilton Institute Graduate Student Talks

10am to 10.45am, daily

Monday, Oct 18:
Emma Govan, "Stable Isotope Mixing Models"
Fred Valdez Ameneyro, "Pattern Evolution Through Monte Carlo Tree Search"
Yong Chen Goh, "Multivariate Bayesian Additive Regression Trees (BART)"

Tuesday, Oct 19:
Amn Shoari Nejad, "How Fast Sea Level is Rising in Dublin Bay due to Climate Change"
Dáire Healy, "Modelling Extreme Temperatures in Ireland"
Mateus Maia Marques, "GP-BART: An Extension to Bayesian Additive Regression Tree models"

Wednesday, Oct 20:
Carl Fogarty, "Fine-tuning the Spike: Role of the Nature and Topology of the Glycan Shield in the Structure and Dynamics of SARS-CoV-2"
Alessandra Lemos dos Santos, "Variational Additive Main Effects and Multiplicate Interaction Effects"
Maeve Upton, "Statistical Models for Relative Sea Level Change"

Thursday, Oct 21:
Hannah Comiskey, "Estimating the Proportion of Modern Contraceptives Supplied by the Public and Private Sectors using a Bayesian Hierarchical Penalized Spline Model"
Fergal Stapleton, "Semantics in Multi-Objective Genetic Programming"
Anna Konrad, "Enabling Mobile Robots to Grasp Novel Objects"

Friday, Oct 22:
Tristan Stérin, "Simple Complex Things"
Pramit Dutta, "Conversing with Robots … Really?"
Niamh Mimnagh, "A Triple Poisson Model for Estimating Animal Abundance"