Hamilton Institute Research Day

Thursday, January 30, 2020 - 09:00 to 17:15
Hamilton Institute Seminar Room (317), 3rd Floor Eolas Building

Programme Organisers: Subhrakanti Dey, Damien Woods
Administrative Organisers: Rosemary Hunt, Kate Moriarty

Lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.

9.00 Start
9:00 Diarmuid O'Donoghue, Towards the Grand Challenge of AI winning a Nobel Prize: Knowledge Graphs and the Maximum Common Subgraph (MCS)
9:25 Klara Stokes, Topics in incidence geometry
9:50 Bryan Hennelly, Label-free cell imaging and classification
10:15 Edgar Galvin, Evolutionary Algorithms, from properties of encodings to applications
10:40 coffee 
11:00 Damien Woods, Computing with DNA molecules in a test tube
11:20 Ken Duffy, It's all a bit random
11:40 Rosemary Monahan, Not everything is a nail: why we need an integrated tool-kit for verifiable software systems
12:05 lunch  (55 mins)
13:00 Vicenc Torra, Research directions on data privacy and approximate reasoning
13:20 David Malone, Guessing Your Password
13:40 Niamh Cahill, Applications of Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Time Dependent Data
14:05 Tim McCarthy / Lars Pforte, Drones: Sensing & Computational Challenges
14:30 Barak A. Pearlmutter, Inverse mode Automatic Differentiation
14:55 coffee
15:15 Andrew Parnell, Bayesian Additive Regression Trees for Multivariate Data with Non-ignorable Missingness
15:35 Subhrakanti Dey, Energy Neutral IoT for Sensing and Control
15:55 Tobias Kraemer, Modelling Organometallic Chemistry in Confined Spaces
16:20 Rafael De Andrade Moral, Joint N-mixture models for site-associated species
16:45 Elisa Fadda, Understanding biomolecular function and complexity through computer simulations
17:10 End