Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Fall 2016 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, in LCB 225

Date Speaker
August
August 24 Mathbio Town Hall Meeting (and Group Photo)
August 26 (Friday) Joint Math Biology/Stochastics Seminar at 3pm in LCB 219
Steve Krone, Department of Mathematics, University of Idaho
"Continuous Branching Diffusions and Evolutionary Mitigation"
abstract
August 31 Graduate Student Lab Rotation Reports:
Liz Fedak, Samantha Hill, and Daniel Zavitz
September
September 7 Jim Martin, Department of Exercise And Sport Science, University of Utah
"Modeling Sprint Finishes of Endurance Cycling Competitions"
abstract
September 14 Jun Allard, Department of Mathematics, University of California, Irvine
"A non-local Maxwell condition for mechano-chemical traveling waves in cells"
abstract
September 21 National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:50am in JWB 308
Simon Levin, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
"Mathematical Ecology: A Century of Progress, and Challenges for the Next Century"
abstract

Mathematical Biology Seminar at 3:05pm in LCB 225
Michael Vershinin, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah
"Complexity of transport on 3D microtubule networks"
abstract
September 28 Henry Fu, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah
"Biofluid and solid mechanics of (mostly micro) locomotion"
abstract
October
October 5 ...
October 12 Fall Break
October 19 ...
October 26 National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:50am in JWB 308
Charles Peskin, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
"Fiber Architecture (Differential Geometry) of the Heart and its Valves"
abstract
November
November 2 ...
November 9 National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:50am in JWB 308
Elizabeth Thompson, Department of Statistics, University of Washington
"Finding genes via Relatedness and the Co-ancestry of Genome"
abstract

Mathematical Biology Seminar at 3:05pm in LCB 225
Roman Borisyuk, School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics, Plymouth University
"Mathematical and computational modelling of the Xenopus tadpole spinal cord: Biologically realistic models of connectivity and functionality"
abstract
November 16 Thomas Fai, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University
"It's a Squeeze: Simulating the Fluid Mechanics of Vesicle Transport into Dendritic Spines"
abstract
November 23 ...
November 30 Mike Miksis, Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University
"Dynamics of Complex Interfaces in Electric Fields"
abstract
December
December 7 National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:50am in JWB 308
Arthur Lander, Center for Complex Biological Systems, University of California, Irvine
"Understanding Growth Control"
abstract

Spring 2017 Mathematical Biology Seminar


Other Seminars of Interest

Biology

Bioinformatics

Bioengineering

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Applied Math/Numerical Analysis

Mathematics

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