**Spring Semester, 2000**

**Wednesdays at 3:30 pm in INSCC 110 or at 3:20 pm in JWB 208**

Terrestrial Biosphere Models and Global Change

Complexity in ecological invasions

Mathematical model of bacterial energy taxis

A one-minute biological clock

Reconstructing the HIV Capsid

A Population Density Approach That Facilitates Large-Scale Modeling of Neural Networks

Stochastic interacting particle systems as models for self organization in microbiology

Interacting Particle Systems with Range Dependence

Spread with two species competition: When does the linear conjecture apply?

Realistic Models for Biological Invasion

Is this sperm crawling, or is it just my sick imagination: mathematical model of motility of the crawling sperm cells

Excitation in anatomical models of the heart

Mechanisms for Canid coexistence in Yellowstone National Park

Exploring mechanisms for defibrillation - the good, the bad and a new solution

Geometric Hallucinations, Euclidean Symmetry and Pattern Formation in Primary Visual Cortex

Imaging mechanical properties of the heart.

BIOENGINEERING SEMINAR:

**Announcement page, Spring 2000**

PAST SEMINARS:

**Seminars for Fall Semester, 1998**

**Seminars for Spring Semester, 1999**

For more information contact *M. Lewis*, 1-6195