Monthly Archives: November 2015

Wed 09th Dec 2015 – Dr Christophe B. Michel

Dr Christophe B. Michel – University of Stirling Computational Neurosciences and Vestibular Electrophysiology Abstract Previous experimental data indicates the hyperpolarization-activated cation (Ih) current, in the inner ear, consists of two components (different HCN subunits) which are impossible to pharmacologically isolate. … Continue reading

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Wed 25th Nov 2015 – Dr Paul Anderson

Dr Paul Anderson – University of Edinburgh Describing System Configurations with L3 Abstract System configuration languages are now ubiquitous. Almost all major installations and services depend on specifications written in languages such as “Puppet” to deploy and manage the underlying … Continue reading

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Wed 18th Nov 2015 – Dr Fiona McNeill

Dr Fiona McNeill – Heriot Watt Dynamic Interpretation and Integration of Mismatched Data Abstract We exist in a world of large data: most organisations have large data stored, and many (such as governments) have vast ones. Accessing and utilising this … Continue reading

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