PhD Seminars III

Talk 1 Speaker Konstantinos Mavreas (FACTAS) Title The secrets of the Moon rocks, a basic idea of remanent magnetization and how to approximate it with rational analysis Abstract Ferromagnetic materials (like iron) have ”memory”! This is in the form of natural remanent magnetization. Paleomagnetic studies, take advantage of that ”memory”…

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PhD Seminars II

Talk 1 Speaker Walid Djema (BIOCORE) Title Understanding some biological phenomena from control and mathematical biology standpoints: analysis aspects of cell population dynamics and optimisation of stains selection in photobioreactors. Abstract In the first part of this talk, we introduce some interesting biological mechanisms, like hematopoiesis, which is the process…

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PhD Seminars I

Talk 1 Speaker Lucie Chambon (BIOCORE) Title A new qualitative control strategy for the genetic Toggle Switch. Abstract Positive feedback loops, such as the “Toggle Switch”, are recurrent building blocks of gene regulatory networks. They are known to be essential for cell differentiation and cell decision making. In a mathematical…

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Perception, Cognition and Interaction: Part I

Talk 1 Speaker Onur Tasar (TITANE) Title POLYGONIZATION OF BINARY BUILDING CLASSIFICATION MAPS USING MESH APPROXIMATION WITH RIGHT ANGLE REGULARITY Abstract One of the most popular and challenging tasks in remote sensing applications is the generation of digitized representations of Earth’s objects from satellite images. A common approach to tackle…

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