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Why is life so complicated? Can my computer help?

Monday 10 April

Computer simulations are capable of generating massive amounts of data, but this needs to be processed and analysed before it becomes useful. Computational biophysicist Dr Sarah Harris argues that the need to find simple mathematical and physical theories to explain our observations is even stronger now than before the advent of computation.

Join her for an overview of complex computer simulations and submit your own suggestions of how simulations could help sort out our complex lives. Then stay for a drinks reception after the event for a chance to get hands-on and try out your own computer simulations.

Presented by the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences

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