During the last two weeks I gave two more presentations. The latter was at the Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics Department at Moscow State University, the host is Prof. A. B. Kurzhanskii. The presentation was somewhat for a general audience, I tried to show that it is a very good moment for people specializing in computational mathematics to look into biologically motivated problems. Here are the slides. The former presentation was at the Computing Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, on the heterogeneous models in epidemiology. I already uploaded slides on this subjects, this link is a slightly improved (hopefully) version.

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Privet Artem,

Great blog! I was enjoying your slides when I realized that they are in English. Is it common practice to give talks in English or did you translate the slides just for the purposes of your blog?

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Hi Sasha,

I give presentations in Russian, but usually use English language slides. It is easier for me (I, e.g., still do not know how to name the amino acids in Russian), plus I hope that maybe one day I need them this way 🙂

Забавно, кстати, что (не считая мелких замечаний по началу) английские слайды особого возмущения или вопросов не вызывают. А вот тот факт, что я никогда не пишу отчества, постоянно приводит к лишним обсуждениям )