Mathematical Biology Seminar



Spring Semester, 2000
Wednesdays at 3:30 pm in INSCC 110 or at 3:20 pm in JWB 208


  • January 12:(JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand JWB 208) Paul Moorcroft, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Princeton University
    Terrestrial Biosphere Models and Global Change

  • January 19:(JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand JWB 208) Mike Neubert, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
    Complexity in ecological invasions

  • January 26:(JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand JWB 208) Alex Mogilner, Department of Mathematics, UC Davis
    Mathematical model of bacterial energy taxis

  • February 2:(JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand JWB 208) Erik Jorgensen, Department of Biology, Utah
    A one-minute biological clock

  • February 9:(JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand JWB 208) Wes Sundquist, Biochemistry, Utah
    Reconstructing the HIV Capsid

  • February 10:(JWB 335 at 4:15pm, refreshments beforehand in faculty lounge) Duane Nykamp (Faculty Candidate), Courant Institute
    A Population Density Approach That Facilitates Large-Scale Modeling of Neural Networks

  • February 16:(JWB 335 at 3:30pm, refreshments before hand in faculty lounge) Angela Stevens (Faculty Candidate), Leipzig Max Planck Institute
    Stochastic interacting particle systems as models for self organization in microbiology

  • February 23: (INSCC 110 at 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Steve Krone, Department of Mathematics, University of Idaho
    Interacting Particle Systems with Range Dependence

  • March 1: (INSCC 110 at 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Bingtuan Li, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
    Spread with two species competition: When does the linear conjecture apply?

  • March 8: (JWB 208 at 3:20pm, juice and cookies beforehand in JWB208) Mark Lewis, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
    Realistic Models for Biological Invasion

  • March 9: (JWB 335 at 4:15pm, refreshments before hand in the faculty lounge) Alex Mogilner, Department of Mathematics, University of Davis
    Is this sperm crawling, or is it just my sick imagination: mathematical model of motility of the crawling sperm cells

  • March 22: (INSCC 110 a t 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Sasha Panfilov, Utrecht University
    Excitation in anatomical models of the heart

  • March 29: (INSCC 110 a t 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Bob Crabtree, Yellowstone Ecosytems Studies and Montana State University
    Mechanisms for Canid coexistence in Yellowstone National Park

  • April 5: (INSCC 110 a t 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Eric Cytrynbaum, University of Utah, Department of Mathematics,
    Exploring mechanisms for defibrillation - the good, the bad and a new solution

  • April 18 (note unusual date and time): (JWB 335 at 4:15pm, refreshments before hand in the faculty lounge) Paul Bressloff (Faculty Candidate), Department of Mathematics, Loughborough University
    Geometric Hallucinations, Euclidean Symmetry and Pattern Formation in Primary Visual Cortex

  • April 26: (INSCC 110 a t 3:30pm, juice and cookies at 3:15 INSCC 305) Grant Gullberg, Radiology University of Utah
    Imaging mechanical properties of the heart.

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    Announcement page, Spring 2000

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    For more information contact M. Lewis, 1-6195

    E-mail: mlewis@math.utah.edu