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# Tag Archives: Presentations

## Mathematical analysis of quasispecies model

Finally I uploaded a third our paper on the analysis of quasispecies model. Here all the links together: Linear algebra of the permutation invariant Crow-Kimura model of prebiotic evolution (This text deals with the symmetric or permutation invariant fitness landscape and … 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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## 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

## SMB 2013

Tickets are bought. So I am going to The Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting and Conference. When I was deciding what to present, I realized that despite the fact that I was modeling the spread of epidemics in heterogeneous populations … Continue reading

## JMM 2013: Impressions

Here are some personal impressions from JMM 2013: I attended in full only three sections. To make an interesting conference when there are over 6 thousand registered participants is almost impossible. However, the section on AMS Special Session on the Mathematics … Continue reading

## 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

## Presentation on mathematical modeling of biological evolution

Here are the slides from my presentation at Physics Department in NDSU, on October 29. I will be talking about the same stuff this Friday, November 2d, at Junior Colloquium.

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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

## A presentation on the Eigen model of prebiotic evolution

We decided to devote the final seminar this year to the models of prebiotic evolution. I was opening the seminar (we had total of four presentations) with a very basic discussion of the Eigen model and its mathematical formulation. Here … Continue reading