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

Sep 07   Andrew Nevai
  The Nicholson-Bailey host-parasitoid model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 14   Andrew Nevai
  The Leslie-Gower host-parasite model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 21   Andrew Nevai
  The Neubert-Kot predator-prey model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Sep 28   Zhisheng Shuai
  Counting labelled trees and spatial population dynamics
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Oct 05   Xiang-Sheng Wang
  Global dynamics of disease models coupling direct and indirect transmission
  University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Oct 05 * Xiang-Sheng Wang
  Asymptotic analysis of difference and differential equations
  with applications to special functions and mathematical biology
  University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract
  3:00 pm (Math Colloquium)

 

Oct 12   Arielle Gaudiello
  Impact of asymmetric movement on the spatial spread of infectious diseases:
  a case study of SIS model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Oct 19   Andrew Nevai
  Random dispersal in a spatial habitat
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Oct 26   Andrew Nevai
  Conditional dispersal in a spatial habitat
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Nov 02   Arielle Gaudiello
  Diffusion and disease persistence in a patchy SIS model
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Nov 09   Christopher Botelho
  Modeling disease impact of vibrio-phage interactions
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Nov 16   Sabrina Mai
  A rigorous analysis on the edge-based compartmental model of Miller and Volz
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics

 

Nov 30   Poroshat Yazdanbakhshghahyazi
  Introduction to target reproduction number and its applications
  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