MBI Supported IP Meetings
June 10-12, 2015
Organizers: Prof. Xiaoyu Luo (Glasgow, UK), Dr. Hao Gao (Glasgow, UK), Prof. Nicholas Hill (Glasgow, UK), Prof. Boyce Griffith (NYU, USA), Dr. Paul Watton (Sheffield, UK), Dr. Li Cai (The Northwest Polytechnic University, China)
One of the greatest challenges in mechanical modelling is to extend its success to fields outside traditional engineering, in particular to biology, biomedical sciences, and medicine. Following the successful first Soft Tissue Modelling Workshop in 2012, this 2nd workshop will continue the research forum for modelling specialists and medical experts to discuss and exchange ideas on stage of the art developments and challenges in the field of soft tissue modelling, with particular applications (though not exclusively) to soft tissues in cardiovascular systems.
May 24-27, 2015
The purpose of this four day workshop is to reflect on the current state of equivariant dynamical systems and coupled cell systems theory, focusing on a selection of interconnected research directions. The workshop will feature some of the main contributors to the theory and its numerous applications, highlight promising future directions, and mark the contribution of Professor Martin Golubitsky as one of the leaders of the field on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
- Equivariant dynamics and applications
- Coupled cell systems and applications
- Pattern formation in natural sciences
- Network Dynamics
- Mathematical Neuroscience
March 10-12, 2014
Organizers: Rodica Curtu (Iowa) and Angela Reynolds (Virginia Commonwealth)
This conference on nonlinear dynamics and stochastic methods will bring together a mix of senior and junior scientists to report on theoretical methods that proved successful in mathematical neuroscience, and to encourage their dissemination and application to modeling in computational medicine and other biological fields. This conference will coincide with a celebration of G. Bard Ermentrout's sixtieth birthday. The invited speakers will present on mathematical topics such as dynamical systems, multi-scale modeling, phase resetting curves, pattern formation and statistical methods. The mathematical tools will be demonstrated in the context of the following main topics: i) Rhythms in biological systems; ii) The geometry of systems with multiple time scales; iii) Pattern formation in biological systems; iv) Stochastic models: statistical methods and mean field approximations.
The conference runs from March 10-12, 2014 at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Travel support may become available for young investigators. Currently, this conference is partial funded by the Mathematical Biosciences Institute and the University of Pittsburgh.
October 4-6, 2013
Organizers: Linda J. S. Allen (Chair), Edward Allen, Bijoy Ghosh, Akif Ibragimov, Sophia Jang, Nancy McIntyre, Lih-Ing Roeger, Richard Strauss
ICMA IV is built around five research themes that represent a gradient of populations in biological systems (from cell signaling to chemotaxis to infectious diseases to climate change-induced distributional shifts to macroecology).
August 14-16, 2013
This meeting has been designed to highlight the interplay between cutting-edge biomathematical approaches and experimental techniques to complex biological problems, identify future directions in the field of computational cell biology, and provide a rare opportunity for young researchers to interact with some leading scientists.
June 10-13, 2013
December 14-16, 2012
Organizers: Stephen Cantrell (Miami), Shugui Ruan (Miami), Suzanne Lenhart (Tennessee), Yuan Lou (Ohio State)
September 3-5, 2012
Organizers: Markus Owen (CMMB Director), Bindi Brook, Stephen Coombes, Oliver Jensen, Theo Kypraios, Simon Preston and Rüdiger Thul
Organizers: Kesh Govinder
July 9-11, 2012
Organizers: Radek Erban, Mark Flegg, and Philip Maini
October 1-2, 2010
June 25-28, 2009
Organizers: Miriam Nuño, Tim Lant, Gerardo Chowell-Puente, Megan Jehn, Carlos Castillo-Chavez, and George Basile
This workshop brings together the members of the Southwest Consortium and an international community of influenza experts with the support of local and national organizations to a workshop whose focus is to review lessons learned from previous epidemics and pandemics of influenza - including the ongoing outbreak, with the goals of evaluating the effectiveness of current public health interventions measures and the aim of identifying new and effective methods of incorporating current modeling and computational knowledge as an essential component, in real time, of the decision making process among those directly responsible for the containment of influenza outbreaks.
June 1-2, 2009
Program: All areas of Mathematical Biology with focus on Neuroscience, Ecology, Biophysics, and Biostatistics