Mathematical Biology Seminar Calendar
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Wed at 12:30 pm in MSB 318 (* indicates a special date, time, or location)

Aug 27   Zhisheng Shuai
  Disease invasion on community network
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 03   Andrew Nevai
  A model for the spatial transmission of dengue
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 10   Arielle Gaudiello
  Modeling the human papillomavirus
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 17   Yuanwei Qi
  Existence and non-existence of traveling waves in reaction-diffusion systems
  with applications in bioreactor and thermal diffusion
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 24   Michael Kelly
  The impact of spatial arrangements on waterborne disease control
  Ohio State University, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Sep 25 * Michael Kelly
  Optimal fish harvesting for a population modeled by a nonlinear, parabolic
  partial differential equation
  Ohio State University, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract
  11:00 am (Math Colloquium)

 

Oct 01   Lina Sanchez
  Simulating ecological traps for mobile animals in heterogeneous landscapes
  University of Central Florida, Department of Biology

 

Oct 15   Andrew Nevai
  The calculation of R0 for an SIS reaction-diffusion model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Oct 22   Zhisheng Shuai
  SIS infectious disease model in a patchy environment
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Oct 29   Jeffrey Sharpe
  A patch model for the ecology of feral cats
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Nov 12   Maria Paniw
  Population viability of a disturbance-dependent plant species in
  natural and human-induced environment
  Universidad de Cádiz, Departamento de Biología (Área de Botánica)

 

Nov 19   Joseph Brennan
  Introduction to chemical reaction networks
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Nov 26   Donald Porchia
  Global stability of a multi-group SIS model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics


If you would like to speak in the seminar or be added to the e-mail list, please contact the organizers at

Dr. Andrew Nevai
Department of Mathematics
University of Central Florida
math.anevai.at.gmail.com
    Dr. Zhisheng Shuai
Department of Mathematics
University of Central Florida
Zhisheng.Shuai.at.ucf.edu