Recent advances in random and deterministic modeling in biology/health sciences
Wednesday, June 16 at 02:15am (PDT)Wednesday, June 16 at 10:15am (BST)Wednesday, June 16 06:15pm (KST)
Maria C.A. Leite, (University of South Florida St.Petersburg), Juan Carlos Cortés López (Instituto Universitario de Matemática Multidisciplinar. Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain), Rafael J. Villanueva Micó (Instituto Universitario de Matemática Multidisciplinar. Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain)
Mathematical modelling is well-known to be a vital tool for studying complex systems in biology and health sciences. They enable to study mathematically what is costly and/or impossible to do experimentally. There has been a large body of research on this area with amazing contributions in understanding complex biological/health sciences systems. In the spite of such, the innovative development of not only deterministic models but also models that include randomness is still critical for answering crucial questions in mathematical biology. Thus, the talks we envision for this mini-symposium will have a special focus on modeling approaches that have specific application to biology/health sciences, but will also be of interest to researchers in other areas. This mini-symposium will disseminate recent research and open questions in modeling biological/health sciences complex systems. It aims at inspiring mathematicians, modelers, and experimentalists to address several challenges in this field of research.