Hamilton Institute Seminar Series

2018 Seminars:

Mar 14
"Research in Empirical Finance"

Dr Juan Carlos Arismendi Zambrano, Maynooth University Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting

Mar 1
"Application of Raman microspectroscopy & digital holographic microscopy to cytology​"
Dr Brian Hennelly, Maynooth University Departments of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Time:       1pm - 2pm

Venue:     Room 317 Hamilton Institute Seminar Room, 3rd Floor, Eolas Building

Further information can found on our Events page.

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2018 Seminars:

Feb 21, "Towards multilingual aspect orientated sentiment analyses of financial microblogs!​", Dr Brian Davis, Maynooth University Department of Computer Science

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2017 Seminars:

Dec 13, "The road to digital health: leveraging ICT to address health challenges", Prof. Tomás Ward, Maynooth University Department of Electronic Engineering

Nov 28, "Bandits defending borders", Prof. David Leslie, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Lancaster University, U.K.

Oct 24, "Criticality and Pathology in the Brain​", Prof. Barak Pearlmutter, Maynooth University Department of Computer Science

Sept 28, "Bayesian Additive Regression Trees: Bridging Machine Learning and Statistics", Prof. Andrew Parnell, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University College Dublin

Sept 22, "Introduction to Compressive Random Access for Machine-Type Communications", Prof. Jinho Choi, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Gwangju, Republic of Korea

Sept 11, "Synthetic Biology and Systems Medicine: from cancer immunotherapy to respiratory systems engineering", Prof. Declan G. Bates, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, U.K.

Aug 16, "The Ribosome Flow Model: Theory and Applications​", Prof. Michael Margaliot, School of Electrical Engineering, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel

June 20, "Every T cell counts! The calculus of T cell immunity​", Dr Julia Marchingo, University of Dundee, Scotland

Mar 16, "Censored Markov Chains - a Powerful Tool in Probability Theory and its Applications", Prof. Isaac Sonin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

Further information can be found on our Events Archive page.