BIOREME - Developing the next generation of lung function measurement: A Study Group in Mathematical
The study group will bring together 30 – 50 research scientists working in academia (expected minimum PhD candidate level) with expertise in mathematical modelling to work intensively for 3.5 days on real-world problems from industry and clinical settings. The main goal of the study group is to provide an interface between companies, clinicians and mathematicians to develop mathematical tools to solve the problems presented. You can find out more about the history and benefit of Study Groups in The Institute of Mathematics article “Study Groups with Industry: What is the Value?”
Areas of Special Interest
This study group is focused on “Developing the next generation of lung function measurement” and challenges are encouraged (but not limited) to be in the areas of:
lung function measurement,
lung pathophysiology assessment,
breath content measurement,
breath biomarker discovery.
A draft schedule for the event can be found here (subject to change)
For full details of the event and registration please visit: https://www.bioreme.net/events-all/studygroup
Telephone: +44 114 222 0158
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