Multilevel Dynamics of Human and Animal Sleep: Mathematical Models Meet Data
30 March 2020 - 31 March 2020
Venue: Innovation for Health Building, University of Surrey
This interdisciplinary workshop features leading international experts in sleep and circadian rhythms, mathematical modelling and data analytics.
Mathematical models have been very successful at explaining different aspects of the sleep and circadian system but with greater understanding of regulatory mechanisms coming from transcriptomics, genomics, metabolomics, the proliferation of data from wearables, new EEG methods and new light sensors, there is considerable opportunity to make mathematical models that are more predictive, that include differences in genotype, physiology and environment and describe individual differences in phenotype.
The primary aim of the meeting is to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, connecting those with data to those who build mathematical models and develop analysis tools.
For academic queries, please contact Prof Anne Skeldon, Mathematics, University of Surrey
For administrative queries, please contact Jemma Park
Prof Anne Skeldon, Mathematics, University of Surrey
Prof Derk-Jan Dijk, Surrey Sleep Research Centre, University of Surrey
Institute of Advanced Studies (Surrey)
Surrey Sleep Research Centre
Department of Mathematics