Workshop Programme

The final programme for the 2021 International CellML Workshop

Monday, April 19

Session 1, Welcome & Bond Graphs recording
David Nickerson - Welcome and housekeeping slides
Michael Pan - Analysing and simulating energy-based models in biology using BondGraphTools
Jagir Hussan - Bondgraph editor plugin for OpenCOR
Niloofar Shahidi - Model composition
Session 2 - Lightning talks recording
David Nickerson - COMBINE slides
Harvey Ho - an update on in silico liver models  
David Nickerson - Center for Reproducible Biomedical Modeling slides
Alan Garny - OpenCOR and libOpenCOR  
Shengjie (Sherry) Zhang - Using CellML for pharmacokinetic (PK) modelling of panadol (APAP)
Hugh Sorby - libCellML slides
David Nickerson - Annotations: Tools, libraries & quality metrics slides
Richard Christie  
Session 3 - Reproducibility and model curation recording
Thiranja Prasad Babarenda Gamage - Importance of curation and reproducibility for developing clinical workflows
David Nickerson - Curation in practice: lessons from a reproducibility pilot with PLoS Computational Biology slides

Tuesday, April 20

Session 1 recording (missing start of session)
David Nickerson - SPARC FAIR Codeathon introduction slides, slides
Peter Hunter - 12 Labours: Extending the Physiome Project to the clinic and to home-based healthcare
Anand Jain & Shahriar Iravanian - CellMLToolkit.jl, a Julia package for importing CellML models to Julia's component based modeling system: ModelingToolkit.jl
Session 2 recording
Hugh Sorby - libCellML tutorial demonstration script
Session 3 - Physiome Model Repository and publication of reproducible models recording
David Nickerson - PMR & the Physiome journal
Yuda Munarko - Improving search in PMR
Alan Wu - The SPARC Portal
Tommy Yu - Rusty PMR