Mathematical Biology Seminar Calendar
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Wed at 12:00 pm in MSB 318 (* indicates a special date, time, or location)

Jan 15   Andrew Nevai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient I
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Jan 22   Andrew Nevai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient II
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Jan 29   Andrew Nevai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient III
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 05   Andrew Nevai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient IV
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 12   Andrew Nevai and Zhisheng Shuai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient V
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 19   Andrew Nevai and Zhisheng Shuai
  Plant population growth in a light gradient VI
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 26   Reuben Haynes
  Final size of cholera outbreaks
  University of Central Florida

 

Mar 12   Andrew Nevai and Zhisheng Shuai
  Discussion
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Mar 31 * Isaac Chun-Hai Fung
  Social media and public health: a case study of Chinese Weibo data
  Georgia Southern University, Department of Epidemiology
  Abstract
  12:00 pm on Monday

 

Apr 04 * Sean Ellermeyer
  Game theoretic and deterministic models of kleptoparastism
  Kennesaw State University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
  12:00 pm on Friday in MSB 213

 

Apr 16   Raj Gautam Dutta
  Model Checking for validation of stochastic computational models in epidemiology
  University of Central Florida, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  Abstract


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