Category Archives: Lytdybr

Semester is over…

…and it is probably time to start posting in the blog again. Here is web page for the course in Mathematical Biology, which turned into a course on geometric theory of ODE and Dynamical systems, so a better title for … Continue reading

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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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Start of the new semester

The summer is over. I basically did not post during this summer, and it is one of my points on my to do list to resume more or less regular posting. The classes I am teaching this semester: math 266: … Continue reading

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A quick update

This semester I am teaching two courses: Introduction to ODE and senior undergraduate level PDE course; During the next week I am giving a short presentation at Joint Mathematics Meeting at San Diego, the title is Analysis of a stochastic SIR … Continue reading

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Plans (Fall 2012)

Here are my plans for the next several weeks: Presentation at the Analysis, Applied Math and Geometry Seminar at the Department of Mathematics. The first presentation is on Tuesday, September 11, 2:30PM. Presentation at Mathematics Colloquium. The presentation is on Tuesday, … Continue reading

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Next week I start working as an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at North Dakota State University. My new work e-mail is artem.novozhilov[at] The class I will teach is MATH 266: Introduction to Differential Equations. The semester starts on August 20.

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Ginzburg Conference on Physics

May 28 – June 2, at Lebedev Institute there will be held Ginzburg Conference on Physics. Sergei Fedotov  is going to have his presentation on June 1, section “Nonlinear Dynamics.” He is also looking for a research associate to work … Continue reading

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Epidemiological models with parametric heterogeneity

I just got the link to my paper that I uploaded to arXiv (here is the link: Epidemiological models with parametric heterogeneity: Deterministic theory for closed populations). This paper reviews what I was able to learn about epidemiological models using the general … Continue reading

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Visit to Taiwan

November 27, 2011 – December 11, 2011 I am going to be at the Institute of Physics of Academia Sinica, located in Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan. This visit became possible due to the kind invitation from David Saakian. The main purpose of … Continue reading

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Bibilometrics tools

There are many various bibliometric tools. This post appeared because of the new Google service Google Scholar Citations, which can be used by anyone starting today. The advantage of this service is that it relies on a most comprehensive database, which Google … Continue reading

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