Selected talks on CompuCell3D or CompuCell3D models
Prof. Glazier's nanoBIO webinar "Cancer Games: Interactive Simulation of the Effect of Resource Limitation on Cancer Somatic Evolution using nanoHUB CompuCell3D"
For more info on the excellent nanoBIO online workshops visit this web page.
TJ Sego's IMAG/MSM Viral Pandemics Short talk
Multiscale Multicellular Spatiotemporal Modeling of Viral Infection and Immune Response A Modular, Extensible Agent-Based Framework PDF here.
Multiscale Multicellular modeling of tissue function and Covid-19 modeling webinar
Dr. Glazier's webinar describing the theory and use of Compucell3D and its application to modeling Covid-19 is available on here. The webinar is part of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Mathematical and Computational Biology Seminar Series.
We have prepared a YouTube video describing our initial Covid-19 model
This model is described in our preprint. COVID-19 Modeling in CompuCell3D
We have prepared a more detailed video describing our initial Covid-19 model
We have also given a more detailed video presentation hosted by the
Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences on the use of CC3D in Covid-19 modeling.
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COMBINE 2015- University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
2015 Multiscale Modeling Consortium Meeting, Interagency Modeling and Analysis Group- Bethesda, MD
2014 Multiscale Modeling Consortium Meeting, Interagency Modeling and Analysis Group- Bethesda, MD
Condensed Presentations from the conference Toward the 3D Virtual Cell- 2012, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
James Glazier - From Molecules to Tissues: Multiscale Modeling from a Multicellular Viewpoint (poster from talk by Sophia Liang)
Maciej Swat - Towards Virtual Tissues – Multi-cell Modeling using CompuCell3D (poster from talk by Sophia Liang)
Jim Sluka - Optimizing Model Specification in Cross-cell Computational Biology (poster from talk by Wyn Wilson)
Thomas Knudsen - Virtual Embryo: Computational Embryology And Predictive Toxicology (poster from talk by Sophia Liang)