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Mathematical Biology Seminar


Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 
Spark (SPRK) Room 233
Tuesday 4:10 - 5:00 PM



Fall 2018 Schedule



Date
Speaker and Title
August 21
Organizational meeting
August 28 Robert Dillon
Immersed interface-immersed boundary methods for AC and DC
dielectrophoretic particle interaction in a micro channel

September 4
Xiongzhi Chen
False discovery rate control for multiple testing with discrete data
September 11
No seminar
September 18
Damiloa Olabode (Ph.D student in Mathematics)
Introduction to stochastic epidemic models
September 25
Chris Kang (Ph.D student in Mathematics)
Emergence of diversity in homogeneous coupled Boolean networks
October 2
Mark Schumaker
Within-host competition can delay evolution of drug resistance in malaria
October 9
No seminar
October 16
Hong-Ming Yin
On a reaction-diffusion system modeling the optimal tumor treatment
October 23 Math Colloquium given by Lawrence Craig Evans (Department of Mathematics, UC-Berkeley)
Riccati Equation Methods for Weak KAM Theory
October 30
Andrew Storfer (School of Biological Sciences)
Evolutionary genomics of Tasmanian devils and their facial tumor disease
November 6
Yuan Wang
Statistical Learning for Tree-Structured Data 

November 13
Audrey Fu (Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Idaho)
Imputation of single-cell gene expression with an autoencoder neural network
November 20
Thanksgiving Holidays
November 27
No seminar
Deccember 4
Elizabeth Amona (Ph.D student in Mathematics)
Modelling Ponzi Scheme Propagation Dynamics: An Epidemiological Approach