On June 1, 2022, Heinz Koeppl from Technical University of Darmstadt, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “From live cell imaging to moment-based variational inference.”

## Radek Erban gave an online talk titled “Multi-resolution methods for modelling intracellular processes” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On May 25, 2022, Radek Erban from the University of Oxford, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Multi-resolution methods for modelling intracellular processes.”

Before the main talk, he also gave a 30-minutes-long introductory talk.

## Kresimir Josic gave an online talk titled “Plasticity and balance in neuronal networks” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On May 12, 2022, Kresimir Josic from the University of Houston, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Plasticity and balance in neuronal networks.”

Before the main talk, he also gave a 30-minutes-long introductory talk.

## Kun Hu gave an online talk titled “Scaling behaviors in physiological fluctuations: relevance to circadian regulation and insights into the development of Alzheimer’s disease” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On April 28, 2022, Kun Hu from Harvard University, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Scaling behaviors in physiological fluctuations: relevance to circadian regulation and insights into the development of Alzheimer’s disease.”

## Denise Kirschner gave an online talk titled “A systems biology approach using multi-scale modeling to understand the immune response to tuberculosis infection and treatment” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On April 14, 2022, Denise Kirschner from the University of Michigan, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of her talk was “A systems biology approach using multi-scale modeling to understand the immune response to tuberculosis infection and treatment.”

Before the main talk, she gave also an overview of methods used for multi-scale modeling and analysis.

## Kunihiko Kaneko gave an online talk titled “Universal biology in adaptation and evolution: dimensional reduction, and fluctuation-response relationship” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On April 7, 2022, Kunihiko Kaneko from the University of Tokyo, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Universal biology in adaptation and evolution: dimensional reduction, and fluctuation-response relationship.”

## Uri Alon gave an online talk titled “Design principles of physiological circuits” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On March 31, 2022, Uri Alon from the Weizmann Institute of Science, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Design principles of physiological circuits.”

## Mason Porter gave an online talk titled “Topological data analysis of spatial systems” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On March 24, 2022, Mason Porter from UCLA, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Topological data analysis of spatial systems.” At the beginning of his talk, he gave a 25-minutes introductory talk for topological data analysis.

## Qing Nie gave an online talk titled “Spatiotemporal reconstruction of static single-cell genomics data” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On March 3, 2022, Qing Nie from the University of California, Irvine, gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Spatiotemporal reconstruction of static single-cell genomics data.”

## Ruth Baker gave an online talk titled “Quantitative comparisons between models and data to provide new insights in cell and developmental biology” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On November 25, 2021, Ruth Baker from Oxford University gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of her talk was “Quantitative comparisons between models and data to provide new insights in cell and developmental biology.”