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# Category Archives: conferences

## Plans

I will talk about Smale’s horseshoe this Friday at our regular Math Club. My presentation at the AMS sectional meeting is scheduled for Sunday, April 17, 2016, Special Session on Topological and Smooth Dynamics, IV, Room 308, Minard Hall, for 2:30pm (the last talk). … Continue reading

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## Updates on conferences

Midwest Mathematical Biology Conference 2016 will be held again at La Crosse, Wisconsin, May 2-22. I really loved the previous (the first) one, and definitely will try to be in LaCross for this one. Epidemics 5 conference has now full program … Continue reading

## Epidemics 5

Epidemics 5 Fifth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics December 1-4, 2015 | Clearwater Beach, FL, USA Site P.S. Registration fee is $755 😦

## “Descriptive and Predictive Methods in the Study of Communicable Diseases”

The event will also host the 2015 Ashton Lecture by Jonathan Dusthoff (McMaster University). web-site: http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/14-15/biomathstat15/index.html The Guelph BIOMS Symposium provides a forum for mathematicians, statisticians and researchers in the life scientists to come together and exchange ideas on annual … Continue reading

## A workshop in Atlanta on Ebola epidemics

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has spurred an international response. The scope of this response has been strongly influenced by epidemiological models that predicted a devastating rise in cases without large-scale changes in behavior and intervention. There is increasing agreement … Continue reading

## New journal and another conference

In May 17-18 I plan to be at Midwest Mathematical Biology Conference. My presentation will be on Crow-Kimura mutation-selection model. They offer to publish proceeding of the conference in a new journal “Letters in Biomathematics” I think it might be a … Continue reading

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## Upcoming conference

Here is an interesting (potentially) conference to attend: SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences

## Conferences and presentations

This Friday I am going to talk about the history of the logistic equation at our Math Club In January I am planning to visit Baltimore for the Joint Mathematics Meeting For those in Moscow: Workshop on Random Graphs and their … Continue reading

## SMB2013 Impressions

Several remarks on the conference: Carlos Bustamante gave a talk on Population Genetic Inference in the Personal Genome Era. Basically, they collect huge amount of data on rare genetic variants and then map these data using PCA onto the space … Continue reading