The overall conference theme is Mathematics and Health. Mathematical and computational methods have long played a key role in predicting and controlling the spread of infectious disease, are becoming increasingly important in understanding the physiology underlying both disease and health, and are now starting to make sense of the health of ecosystems and the resulting effects on humans and other animals. This conference will provide a cross-disciplinary forum for catalyzing mathematical and computational research at precisely these points of synergy.
Of course, any research at the interface of biology and mathematics is welcomed.
Conference registration is now open! Early registration closes April 17, 2017.Register
Abstacts for contributed talks and posters are now open until March 31.
A list of the exciting and eclectic accepted minisymposia can be found here.