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Past Math/Bio Seminar

 

Mathematical Biology Seminar

Tuesdays 4:10 - 5:00

SPARK 327

Organizers: Bob Dillon and Nikos Voulgarakis

 

 

Spring 2019 Schedule

 

 

Date

Speaker

01/15

 

01/22

 

01/29

Nick Strigul

(WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics)

Development of next-generation forest biogeochemistry models

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02/05

Richard Gomulkiewicz

(WSU, School of Biological Sciences)

 Metapopulation Allee effects, habitat destruction, and extinction in metacommunities

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02/12

Allison Fisher

(WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics)

Mathematical Modeling of Gene Networks

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02/19

James Brozik

(WSU, Dept. of Chemistry)

(Bio)Molecular Machines, Markov Walks, and Single Molecule Tracking: Ion Channels, Enzymes, and Synthetic Polymers

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02/26

Lynn Schreyer  

(WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics)

Developing of a Deterministic Model for Mammal Migration based on

Physics of Fluid Flow through Porous Media

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03/05

Zachary Hilliard

(WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics)

Numerically Solving a Generalized Cahn-Hilliard Equation

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03/12

SPRING BREAK

03/19

Joanna Kelley

(WSU, School of Biological Sciences)

Evolutionary genomics in extreme environments

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03/26

Andreas Vasdekis

(UI, Dept. of Physics)

Cellular Noise and Metabolic Trade-Offs

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04/02

Stergios Fotopoulos

(WSU, Dept. of Finance and Management Science)

Multivariate generalized hyperbolic laws for modeling financial log-returns – empirical and theoretical considerations

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04/09

Jin Liu

(WSU, School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering)

Stochastic modeling and simulations of targeted drug delivery across

blood-brain barrier using nanoparticles

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04/16

Elissa Schwartz

 (WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics and School of Biological Sciences)

Virus dynamics and antibody escape in equine infectious anemia virus (EIAV) infection

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04/23

Kellan Tomen

(WSU, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics)

Stochastically Biased Random Walk with Applications to Cell Motility

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