Hamilton Institute Graduate Student Talks

Monday, October 24, 2022 - 10:00 to Friday, October 28, 2022 - 11:00
Hamilton Institute Seminar Room, Room 317, 3rd floor Eolas Building

The Maynooth University Hamilton Institute is bridging the gap between mathematics and a wide variety of disciplines ranging from climate change and DNA computing to molecular dynamics and robotics.

The week-long series of graduate student talks aim at delivering insights of the variety of research undertaken by PhD students and postdocs of the institute.
 

Date: Time: Speaker: Title:
Monday, 24th October 2022 10:01 - 10:20 Emma Govan Variational Bayes for Stable Isotope Mixing Models.
  10:21 - 10:40 Eleni Zavrakli Machine Learning and Feedback Control for Additive Manufacturing.
  10:41 - 11:00 Pramit Dutta VIT-BEVSEG: Vision Transformer for Birds Eye View Segmentation.
Tuesday, 25th October 2022 10:01 - 10:20 Dale Aaron Lawlor Thermal Transitions in Dense Two-Colour QCD.
  10:21 - 10:40

 

Carl Aaron Fogarty

 

Natural variations within the glycan shield of SARS-CoV-2 impact viral spike dynamics.
 
  10:41 - 11:00 Yong Chen Goh Bayesian Additive Regression Trees for Non-Ignorable Missing Data.
Wednesday, 26th October 2022 10:01 - 10:20 Anna Marita Konrad  
  10:21 - 10:40

 

Mateus Maia Marques

 

GP-BART:extending Bayesian additive regression trees using Guassian processes.

 

  10:41 - 11:00

 

Kevin Horan

 

Investigating the collapse of the UK Labour Party’s “red wall” during the 2019 UK General Election.
 
Thursday, 27th October, 2022 10:01 - 10:20    
  10:21 - 10:40    
  10:41 - 11:00    
Friday, 28th October, 2022 10:01 - 10:20    
  10:21 - 10:40    
  10:41 - 11:00    

Virtual Participation:
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Meeting ID: 847 0895 3165
Passcode: Hamilton