Events

Mathematical Biology Seminar Series

Fall 2015


Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Sept 4
**NOTE DATE, TIME & LOCATION**
12 pm
BIOL631

Ecology and Evolution seminar
Troy Day, Departments of Mathematics & Statistics and Biology - Queen's University
Rethinking our approach to managing the evolution of drug resistance

Sept 14
3 pm
457 CAB

No seminar today

Sept 21
3 pm
457 CAB

Mark Lewis, Departments of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences and Biological Sciences - University of Alberta
Genetic consequences of range expansion under climate change

Sept 28

3 pm
457 CAB

 

Thomas Hillen, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences - University of Alberta
Navigating the Flow: The Homing of Sea Turtles

Oct 5
3 pm
457 CAB

No seminar today

Tuesday, Oct 13

**NOTE DATE
&
LOCATION**

3 pm
657 CAB

Jonathan Potts, School of Mathematics & Statistics - University of Sheffield
How do aggression and urination lead to territorial segregation? Some recent insights using pattern formation analysis

Oct 19

 

3 pm
457 CAB

Andrew Bateman, Department of Biological Sciences - University of Alberta
Matrix models of hierarchical demography: Linking group- and population-level dynamics in cooperative breeders
Oct 26
3 pm
457 CAB

No seminar today

Nov 2
3 pm
457 CAB

Rachel Kuske, Department of Mathematics - University of British Columbia
Stochastic and Dynamics meet in Biology

Nov 9
3 pm
457 CAB

Reading Week - NO SEMINAR

Nov 16
3 pm
457 CAB

Qihua Huang, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences - University of Alberta
Temperature and Turbidity-Dependent Competitive Interactions Between Invasive Freshwater Mussels

Nov 23
3 pm
457 CAB

Devin Goodsman, Department of Biological Sciences - University of Alberta
The minimum founding population

Nov 30
3pm
457 CAB

Juliette Bouhours, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences - University of Alberta
Extinction and spreading of a species under the joint influence of climate change and a weak Allee effect: a two-patch model

Dec 7
3 pm
457 CAB

Stephanie Peacock, Department of Biological Sciences - University of Alberta
Social parasitism and producer-scrounger games injuvenile salmon

Winter 2016

Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Jan 4
3pm
457 CAB

No seminar today

Jan 11
3pm
457 CAB

Russ Greiner, Department of Computing Science - University of Alberta
Patient-Specific Survival Prediction: An Effective Way to Estimate the Survival Distributions of Individual Patients

Jan 18
3pm
457 CAB

Jordane Preto, Department of Physics - University of Alberta
Investigating dynamics of encounters of biomolecular reactions: long-range driving forces versus Brownian collisions

Jan 25
3pm
457 CAB

Eric Foxall, School ofMathematical & Statistical Sciences - Arizona State University
Spatial quarantine effect in host-pathogen dynamics

Feb 1
**NOTE TIME and ROOM NUMBER**
4pm
657 CAB

Max Wyman job candidate
Arianna Bianchi - Heriot-Watt University
Mathematical models for wound healing lymphangiogenesis

Feb 8
3pm
457 CAB

Subhash Lele, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences - University of Alberta
Parameter estimability diagnostics for general hierarchical models using data cloning: Some new results and applications

Feb 15

3pm
457 CAB

No seminar today
Reading Week

Feb 22
3pm
457 CAB

Jack Tuszynski, Department of Physics and Department of Oncology University of Alberta
Mathematical Measures of Network Complexity for Cancer Signaling Networks

Feb 29
3pm
457 CAB

Mark Boyce, Department of Biological Sciences - University of Alberta

Mar 7
3pm
457 CAB

 

Mar 14
3pm
457 CAB

Amanda Swan, Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences - University of Alberta

Mar 21
3pm
457 CAB

Andria Dawson

Mar 28
  No seminar today
Easter Monday

 



Contact: Thomas Hillen
Centre for Mathematical Biology

Dept. of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta
thillen@ualberta.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

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