Mathematical Biology Seminar Calendar
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Thur at 3:00 pm in Zoom (Meeting ID: 917 7737 6704) (* indicates a special date, time, or location)

Oct 08   Zhisheng Shuai
  Network average and network heterogeneity:
  A perspective from spatial ecology and epidemiology
  University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Oct 15   Hsin-Hsiung Huang
  Unsupervised Bayesian matrix-variate clustering, and robust discriminant analysis
  University of Central Florida, Department of Statistics & Data Science
  Abstract

 

Oct 22   Oleksandra Hararuk
  Trajectories in soil organic carbon storage:
  Inference enabled by global observational data products
  University of Central Florida, Department of Biology
  Abstract

 

Oct 29   Junping Shi
  Phytoplankton competition for nutrients and light in a stratified lake:
  A mathematical model connecting epilimnion and hypolimnion
  William & Mary, Department of Mathematics
  Abstract

 

Oct 30 * Linda Allen
  Seasonal variability on disease outbreaks in stochastic multi-patch epidemic models
  Texas Tech University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
  Abstract
  Fri at 3:00 pm (Math Colloquium, Meeting ID: 979 8270 2645)

 

Nov 05   Jacopo Baggio
  Complexity, diversity, cognition and group problem solving ability
  University of Central Florida, School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs
  Abstract

 

Nov 12   Milad Hooshyar
  Dengue transmission under hydro-climatic variability
  Princeton University, Princeton Environmental Institute
  Abstract

 

Nov 19   Kenneth Teter
  Hsp90-Driven Delivery of Cholera Toxin into the Host Cell
  University of Central Florida, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences
  Abstract

 

Nov 26   Happy Thanksgiving!
  [no talk]
 

 

Dec 03   David Jenkins
  Predicting global human impacts on terrestrial ecosystems
  University of Central Florida, Department of Biology


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