Selected talks on CompuCell3D or CompuCell3D models
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)