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Our campuses are currently closed to the public. Visit www.massey.ac.nz/coronavirus for our COVID-19 updates
This is due to the Coronavirus and the restrictions on travel which affect our invited speakers.
We are looking at rescheduling this event later in the year (possibly in early December). If you would like to find out when it is rescheduled please register your interest below.
Aimed at mathematicians, physiologists and scientists who are not expert in time-series analysis.
Learn how to detect oscillations, discern determinism from seemingly noisy data, and infer interactions and couplings between oscillatory processes.
The workshop will provide theoretical background as well as hands-on experience.
Bring your own data – there will be time to analyse your own data and discuss it with experts.
Contact Associate Professor Alona Ben-Tal firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is supported by a Catalyst Fund: Seeding provided by the New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment and administrated by the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
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Last updated on Tuesday 17 March 2020