Mathematical Biology Seminar Calendar
Mathematical Biology Seminar Calendar (back to our home page)

Autumn 2008 Spring 2009
Autumn 2009 Spring 2010
Autumn 2010 Spring 2011
Autumn 2012 Spring 2013
Autumn 2013 Spring 2014
Autumn 2014 Spring 2015
Autumn 2015 Spring 2016
Autumn 2016 Spring 2017
Autumn 2017 Spring 2018
Autumn 2018 Spring 2019
Autumn 2019 Spring 2020

Fri at 10:30 am in MSB 318 (* indicates a special date, time, or location)

Jan 27   Zhisheng Shuai
  Graduate and undergraduate research opportunities in mathematical biology
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 3   Arielle Gaudiello
  Age-structured model of the human papillomavirus in Japan
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 10   Teng Zhang
  Detecting dependent variables by inverse covariance estimation
  Expectile regression in reproducing kernel Hilbert space
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Feb 17   James Muldowney
  Discussion: Development of higher dimensional Bendixson conditions
  University of Alberta, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

 

Feb 17 * James Muldowney
  Evolution of k-surfaces in dynamics
  University of Alberta, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
  Abstract
  3:00 pm (Math Colloquium)

 

Feb 22 * Hongbin Guo
  Global stability of a class of structured epidemiological models
  University of Ottawa, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
  Abstract
  Wednesday at 11:00 am in MSB 213

 

Mar 3   Donald Porchia
  Heterogeneous disease models in mathematical epidemiology
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Mar 10   Nicholas Kayanek
  Transmission dynamics of Middle-Eastern-Respiratory-Syndrome Coronavirus
  University of Central Florida, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

 

Mar 17   Spring break
 
 

 

Mar 24   Joshua Bowren
  Lessons from the brain for efficient image coding
  University of Central Florida, Department of Computer Science

 

Apr 7   Liancheng Wang
  Stability and bifurcation analysis for a differential equation with two delays
  Kennesaw State University, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Apr 14   David Jenkins
  Man eats world! Most already gone! (with apologies to Stuart Pimm)
  University of Central Florida, Department of Biology

 

Apr 19 * Chathurani Senevirathna
  Cholera model for multiple classes
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics
  Wednesday at 11:00 am in MSB 213


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