Thematic trimester program at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris
January 10th to April 1st, 2022.
Abstract: Despite the immense progresses made over the last decades in mathematical biology, the multifaceted nature of biological processes still represents an enormous challenge for mathematical modeling. Technological advances lead to many new experimental observations, which can then be used to improve the accuracy of modeling. As a result, sophisticated mathematical methods have become crucial for addressing the key questions and paradigms in diverse biological systems, for making predictions of the effects of system perturbations and for their control.
Courses: Available on line
Next courses: March 21st at Jussieu. Room 15-16-309.
Odo Diekmann: Mathematical Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases Course material Monday 10am to Noon.
Past course: Jan.17th Jan.24th Jan.31st Feb.7th Feb.14th Feb.21st Mar.7th Mar.14th Mar21st
King Yeung Lam: Reaction-diffusion equations and the evolution of dispersal Abstract Monday 2pm to 4pm -(March 21st at Jussieu). Lecture notes, homeworks and slides available HERE
Past course: Jan.17th Jan.24th Jan.31st Feb.7th Feb.14th Feb.21st Mar.7th Mar14th Mar.21st
Jan. 10th to 14th (IHP, Paris):Tissue growth and movement Video here
Jan. 31st to Feb. 4th (IHP, Paris): Mathematical modeling and statistical analysis in neuroscience
March 21st to 25th (IHP, Paris): Mathematical models in ecology and evolution
February 7th to 9th (IHP, Paris): Mathematical epidemiology
February 14th to 16th (Jussieu, Paris): Math. challenges in modelling population dynamics
March 7th to 9th (IHP, Paris): Inverse problems in biology
Post-school: March 28th to April 1st: CIRM Closing School (Marseille)
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