PIMS Mathematical Biology Seminar Series


Winter 2007
Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Jan 22

3:00 pm
657 CAB

Jan 29
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Frederic Hamelin
, University of Nice, France
Uncoupling Isaacs equations in two-player nonzero sum differential games. Conflict over parental care as an example.
Feb 5
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Jung Min Lee, University of Alberta
Spatial patterns by prey-taxis equations: is prey-taxis a good strategy for a control agent?

Feb 12
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Julien Arino
, University of Manitoba
An epidemic model with switching of incidence functions
Feb 26
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Mark Chaplain
, University of Dundee
Mathematical modelling of host-parasitoid systems: Spatio-temporal dynamics
Mar
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Thomas Hillen
, University of Alberta
The modelling of cell movement in tissues inspires new mathematics
Mar
3:00 pm
365 CAB

Seminar in Mathematical Physiology & Mathematical Biology

Frances O'Rourke, Queens University of Belfast
Mathematical Modelling of Cancer
Mar
2:30 pm
281 CAB

Petro Babak
, University of Alberta
Modeling of the structure and dynamics of communities at the boundaries between different habitats
Feb 24
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Ottar Bjornstad
, Penn State University
Forest Insect outbreaks: synchronization and spatiotemporal dynamics in the gypsy moth
Feb 26
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Zhian Wang
, University of Alberta
Pattern and Shock Formation for Chemotaxis Models
Mar 2
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Junling Ma
, University of Victoria
Mar 9
3:30 pm
377 CAB

K.P. Hadeler

University of Tüebingen and Arizona State U.
AMI talk joint with Centre for Math Biology
The inverse problem for traveling fronts
 
Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Sept 11
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Frank Hilker
Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Math Biology, University of Alberta
Spatiotemporal patterns in models of biological invasion and epidemic spread

Sept 18
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Jim Muirhead
Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor
Prediction of dispersal and establishment of aquatic nonindigenous species across Ontario lakes: Linking vector-based and habitat-matching models.

Sept 28

2:00 pm
CAB 357

Frithjof Lutscher
University of Ottawa
Life in the flow: Persistence, Invasions and Competition in Rivers

Oct 2
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Craig Aumann
Integrated Landscape Management Program, University of Alberta
Overview of a Methodology for Developing and Assessing Simulation Models of Complex Systems
Oct 16
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Marty Krkosek
PhD Candidate, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
Epizootics of wild fish induced by farm fish

Oct 23
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Neil Frazer
Professor of Geophysics School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology University of Hawaii at Manoa
Wild fish, farmed fish and sea lice—a big-box model with spatial effects
Oct 30
3:00 pm
657 CAB


James Powell

Utah State University
Connecting Tree-Level Phenology and Landscape-Level Outbreak Dynamics for Mountain Pine Beetle: Where did all the green trees go?

Nov 6
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Kevin Painter
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
Modelling individual to collective cell movement
Nov 20
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Pauline van den Driessche
University of Victoria
Modeling relapse in infectious diseases

Nov 27
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Christina Cobbold

University of Glasgow
The evolution of insect development and its impact on life cycle synchronization
Dec 4
3:00 pm
657 CAB

Ozden Yurtseven
University of Alberta
Effects of the Cell Cycle on the Tumor Control Probability (TCP) in Radiation Treatment and  Comparison of Treatment Protocols

 

Contact: Cecilia Hutchinson

Centre for Mathematical Biology

Dept. of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta

ceciliah@math.ualberta.ca : 780.492.1047

 

 

 

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