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Mathematical Biology Seminar Series

 

Winter 2012
Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Jan 16 3pm
229 CAB

Juliana Berbert, U Alberta
Individual spatial memory as a parameter to distinguish population distribution patterns
Mar 5 3pm
229 CAB

William Davis, U Alberta
Two Models for Indirectly Transmitted Diseases
Mar 12 3pm
229 CAB

Yu Jin, U Alberta
A new river metric--R0
Mar 19
3pm
229 CAB

Rebecca Tyson

Predicting bee-mediated movement of pollen: A diffusion-based approach
Mar 26 3pm
229 CAB

Aditya Raghavan
An Integro-difference model for tropical plant populations
Apr 2 3pm
229 CAB

Xihui (Eric) Lin
Multiple stable periodic solutions and global behavior of Hopf bifurcation in delayed models
Apr 10

1pm
357 CAB

Vlastimil Krivan, Biology Center and Faculty of Sciences, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Consumer-resource dynamics beyond the Lotka-Volterra predator-prey model.

Fall 2012

Date
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Sept 17 3pm
657 CAB

Thomas Hillen, University of Alberta


Mathematical Modelling with Fully Anisotropic Diffusion

Sept 24 3pm
657 CAB

Carlos Contreras, Universidad Simon Bolivar


Understanding the binding mechanism of histone H1 using model comparison criteria and FRAP experiments

Oct 1 3pm
657 CAB

Peter Molnar, Princeton University


Metabolic Approaches to Predicting Climate Change Impacts on Seasonal Host-Macroparasite Systems

Oct 8

Thanksgiving

Oct 15 3pm
657 CAB

Jeff Musgrave, University of Ottawa

How Dispersal in Patchy Landscapes Affects Persistence and Spread


Oct 22 3pm
657 CAB

Violeta Kovacev-Nikolic, University of Alberta

Persistent Homology in Analysis of Point-Cloud Data


Oct 29
3pm
657 CAB

Olga Vasilyeva, University of Alberta & University of Ottawa

Persistence and competition in advective environments

Nov 5 3pm
657 CAB

Jimmy Garnier, University of Alberta

The impact of long distance dispersal and Allee effect on the dynamics of range-expanding populations

Nov 12   Remembrance Day
Nov 19 3pm
657 CAB

Stephanie Peacock, University of Alberta

Models to management: sea lice transmission from farm to wild salmon.

Nov 26 3pm
657 CAB

Greg Breed

Analyzing citizen science data to detect communitywide climate driven population changes in Eastern North American butterflies

Dec 3 3pm
657 CAB

Jonathan Potts

Territory formation from an individual-based movement-and-interaction model



Contact: Hao Wang
Centre for Mathematical Biology

Dept. of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta
hao8@ualberta.ca


Contact: Hao Wang
Centre for Mathematical Biology

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

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