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CDEV CT-6 - Shared screen with speaker view
Durjay Pramanik
02:06
Hoi
Durjay Pramanik
12:30
umm.. I am going to attend the immunology talks. BRB.. all the best to the speakers..
John Fozard
27:57
Hi - please write your questions in the chat, or put your hand up
Roeland Merks
29:04
I did not get what drives the oscillations. Is it cell division, followed by relaxation?
Roeland Merks
29:26
really nice work!
John Fozard
29:36
We only have a short time for questions
Erika Tsingos
29:42
Does the position of dividing cells affect the dynamics of inflation/deflation?
Roeland Merks
31:41
thanks! clear. I look forward to looking the paper as well and please say ‘hi’ to Franeszka from me
Roeland Merks
31:50
reading
Math Dept
32:38
After the session if you would like to carry on the conversation you can move over to a room on Sococo
John Fozard
43:41
Hi - again, please put your questions in the chat, or raise your hand
Roeland Merks
45:28
intracellularly what is now the key difference between the metabolic networks of E.coli and Bifido, such that they have different growth rates und ethe same conditions
Lisanne Rens
01:00:02
thanks Renske for your interesting talk!
John Fozard
01:00:20
Please put your questions in the chat, or raise your hand and I'll unmute you.
Veronica Ciocanel, Ph.D.
01:02:14
Great talk, Renske! Feel free to answer this later: what are good/useful measures to analyze results from these complex simulations?
Renske Vroomans
01:06:51
Thanks Veronica! In this particular case, I learned a lot from just looking at the videos -- it sounds silly, but the patterns are already quite informative. I looked at the evolved regulatory network by plotting their output (migrating vs. dividing) for all possible combinations of inputs
Renske Vroomans
01:07:26
and the competition experiments themselves allowed me to tightly control the environment and strategies
Veronica Ciocanel, Ph.D.
01:08:10
Nice, thank you!
Lisanne Rens
01:18:53
thanks everyone!