Saturday, 30 November 2013

Can adaptive mesh refinement regimes be improved with a Voronoi partition?

In this post Robert Ross, a first-year D.Phil. student at the WCMB, discusses a result from a 10-week research project on adaptive mesh refinement regimes that he undertook this summer at the Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre.

Friday, 22 November 2013

A brief history of the WCMB

In this post the Director of the WCMB, Prof. Philip Maini, discusses the history of the Centre and how we got to where we are today.

Saturday, 2 November 2013

A new home

The centre formerly known as CMB is now the WCMB. Why? See below.

Now we work live on the top floor of the south wing of the Mathematical Institute, and that's our view down:

Excuse the poor image quality, this was taken on a phone with no other camera in sight.
Can anyone guess the maths behind the shape of the "crystal"? Then comment below.

In this blog we'll post about our work, publications, talks, conferences, helpful pieces of code or just interesting bits of maths and biology. We'll take turns and hopefully post at least once a week. But we're a big group now, so we should have plenty to write about. So stay tuned, and in the meantime check out some of the blogs we link to on the right, and let us know if you have any suggestions to improve this blog.

The Andrew Wiles Building has been featured in a video series about Oxford's architecture, see below.