ICMS Edinburgh Workshop on multiscale methods for stochastic dynamical systems in biology


The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) held a fantastic workshop over the last week here in Edinburgh, covering multiscale methods for stochastic dynamical systems in biology.  It's phenomenal that there are organizations that are strongly committed to supporting the exciting interface between mathematics and the biological sciences, and the enthusiastic discussions at this meeting were a reflection of the enormous potential that work at this interface holds for both fields. These workshops also attempt to engage the public to communicate the importance of this interdisciplinary work through a public lecture series, with Sarah A. Harris delivering a talk on the interface of physics and biology.

PDF slides from my talk are available online, and the talks were all recorded to be posted online shortly.