Understanding the invasion processes of biological species is a fundamental issue in ecology. Several mathematical models have been proposed to estimate the spreading speed of species. In recent decades, it was reported that some mathematical models of population dynamics have an explicit form of the evolution equations for the spreading front, which are represented by free boundary problems such as the Stefan-like problem. To understand the formation of the spreading front, we consider the singular limit of reaction-diffusion models and give some interpretations for spreading front from the viewpoint of modeling.
Tuesday, June 15 at 09:30am (PDT)Tuesday, June 15 at 05:30pm (BST)Wednesday, June 16 01:30am (KST)
MS07-CBBS: Wave propagation and pattern formation phenomena in biological models
Organized by: Bogdan Kazmierczak (Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), Je-Chiang Tsai (Department of Mathematics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
- Hirofumi Izuhara (University of Miyazaki, Japan) "On the spreading front arising in mathematical models of population dynamics"
- Dariusz Wrzosek (University of Warsaw, Poland) "Chemical signalling and pattern formation in predator-prey models"
- Tomasz Lipniacki (Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland) "Traveling and standing fronts on curved surfaces"
- Tilmann Glimm (Western Washington University, USA) "Modeling interplay of pattern formation and cell phenotype transitions during limb cartilage formation"
MS07-CDEV: Computational models of extracellular matrix effects on cell migration and tissue formation
Organized by: Magdalena Stolarska (University of St. Thomas, United States), Lisanne Rens (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS06-CDEV.
- Qiyao Peng (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) "A cell shape evolution model for wound contraction and cancer cell metastasis using morphoelasticity"
- Haryana Thomas (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, United States) "Excess Collagen Deposition in Diabetic Kidney Disease Enhances Cellular Communication: A Mathematical Model"
- Robyn Shuttleworth (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) "Cell-scale degradation of peritumoural extracellular matrix fibre network and its role within tissue-scale cancer invasion"
- Katarzyna Rejniak (H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, United States) "ECM mechanical and metabolic architecture during early ductal invasions"
MS07-DDMB: Advances in deterministic models of biochemical interaction networks
Organized by: Elisenda Feliu (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Casian Pantea (West Virginia University, USA) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS06-DDMB.
- Anne Shiu (Texas A&M University, USA) "Absolute concentration robustness in networks with many conservation laws"
- Stefan Mueller (University of Vienna, Austria) "Monomial parametrizations of positive equilibria"
- Badal Joshi (California State University San Marcos, USA) "Preserving Robust Output despite highly variable reactant supplies"
- Jiaxin Jin (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA) "Uniqueness of weakly reversible and deficiency zero realization"
MS07-ECOP: Population dynamics of interacting species
Organized by: Rebecca Tyson (University of British Columbia, Canada), Maria Martignoni (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada), Frithjof Lutscher (University of Ottawa, Canada) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS08-ECOP.
- Jimmy Garnier (CNRS - Universite de Savoie-Mont Blanc, France) "Genetic diversity in age-structured populations"
- Maria Martignoni (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada) "Mechanisms for coexistence and competitive exclusion among mutualist guilds."
- Frithjof Lutscher (University of Ottawa, Canada) "A seasonal hybrid model for the evolution of flowering onset in plants"
- Kelsey Marcinko (Whitworth University, USA) "Host-Parasitoid Dynamics and Climate-Driven Range Shifts"
MS07-EDUC: Windows and Mirrors: Latinx Women in Mathematical Biology
Organized by: Vanessa Rivera Quinones (Latinxs and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences (LATHISMS), Puerto Rico), Alicia Prieto Langarica (Youngstown State University, United States of America)
- Vanessa Rivera Quinones (Latinxs and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences (LATHISMS), Puerto Rico) "Life is a cooperative game: The interplay of individual behavior in group cooperation"
- Malena Espanol (School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University, United States of America) "An Edge-preserving Iterative Method for Electrical Impedance Tomography"
- Selenne Bañuelos (California State University Channel Islands, United States of America) "A Mathematical Model with Combination Phage-Antibiotic Therapy and Immune System Response"
- Alejandra Herrera Reyes (Centre for Mathematical Medicine & Biology, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham, United United Kingdom) "Identifying unique observations in super-resolution microscopy with a spatiotemporal model"
MS07-EVOP: Predicting ecological dynamics in fluctuating environments
Organized by: Anna Miller (Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, United States), Nancy Huntly (Ecology Center and Department of Biology, Utah State University, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS06-EVOP.
- Peter Adler (Department of Wildland Resources and the Ecology Center, Utah State University, USA) "Challenges in quantifying fluctuation-dependent coexistence mechanisms in nature"
- Robin Snyder (Department of Biology, Case Western Reserve University, USA) "Quantifying fluctuation-dependent coexistence mechanisms for populations of spatially-structured, discrete individuals"
- Virginia Turati (Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, USA) "An integrated approach to understanding the clonal dynamics of childhood B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia during treatment to relapse"
- Jeff Maltas (Cleveland Clinic, USA) "Reversibility of evolution in tunably correlated environments"
MS07-IMMU: Mathematical and computational virology
Organized by: Roya Zandi (University of CA, Riverside, USA), Amber Smith (University of Tennessee, USA), Reidun Twarock (University of York, UK)
- Carolyn Teschke (Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Connecticut, USA) "Using a scaffold to build a viral capsid"
- Siyu Li (Northwestern University, China) "The physical mechanism of virus self-assembly"
- Trevor Douglas (Department of Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington IN 47405, USA) "Directed Assembly of Virus-Based Nanoreactors Across Multiple Lengthscales"
- Giuliana Indelicato (Department of Mathematics, The University of York, UK) "The role of surface stress in non-quasi-equivalent viral capsids"
MS07-MEPI: Celebrating Dr. Ngwa's 55th birthday with talks honoring his mathematical modeling work including malaria mosquitoes.
Organized by: Miranda Teboh-Ewungkem (Lehigh University, United States), Calistus N. Ngonghala, (University of Florida, Gainsville, FL, United States), Jude D. Kong (York University, Toronto, ON, Canada,, Canada) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS14-MEPI.
- Philip Maini (Mathematical Institute, Oxford, UK) "Modelling collective leader-follower behaviour"
- Nakul Chitnis (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland) "Modelling Mosquitoes and Malaria"
- Divine Wanduku (Department of Mathematics, Georgia Southern University, United States) "A Stochastic Multi-Population Behavioral Model to Assess the Roles of Education Campaigns, Random Supply of Aids, and Delayed ART Treatment in HIV/AIDS Epidemic"
- Jacek Banasiak (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Pretoria, South Africa) "Beyond the Next Generation Matrix Method"
MS07-MFBM: From Machine Learning to Deep Learning Methods in Biology
Organized by: Erica Rutter (University of California, Merced, United States), Suzanne Sindi (University of California, Merced, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS08-MFBM.
- Emilia Kozlowska (Departement of Systems Biology and Engineering, Silesian University of Technology, Poland) "Application of mechanistic and machine learning modeling to predict long-term response to treatment for cancer patients"
- Sara Ranjbar (Mathematical NeuroOncology Lab, Precision Neurotherapeutics Program, Mayo Clinic, Arizona, United States) "MRI-based estimation of the abundance of immunohistochemistry markers in GBM brain using deep learning"
- Joan Ponce (UCLA, United States) "An integrated framework for building trustworthy data-driven epidemiological models: Application to the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City"
- Emily Zhang (North Carolina State University, USA) "Deep Learning and Regression Approaches to Forecasting Blood Glucose Levels for Type 1 Diabetes"
MS07-MMPB: Mathematical Modeling of Blood Clotting: From Surface-Mediated Coagulation to Fibrin Polymerization
Organized by: Karin Leiderman (Colorado School of Mines, United States), Anna Nelson (University of Utah, USA) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS01-MMPB.
- Amandeep Kaur (University of California Merced, USA) "A new view of an old mechanism: mathematical modeling of TFPI inhibition in coagulation"
- Jamie Madrigal (Colorado School of Mines, USA) "Estimating lipid-dependent reaction velocities"
- Anastasiia Mozokhina (Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Russia) "The influence of microthrombi in small vessels on the pulmonary blood flow"
- Dmitry Nechipurenko (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia) "Initiation and confinement of coagulation reactions under the shear flow"
MS07-NEUR: Effects of stochasticity and heterogeneity on networks' synchronization properties
Organized by: Zahra Aminzare (University of Iowa, United States), Vaibhav Srivastava (Michigan State University, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS06-NEUR.
- Zack Kilpatrick (University of Colorado Boulder, United States) "Heterogeneity Improves Speed and Accuracy in Social Networks"
- Hermann Riecke (Northwestern University, United States) "Paradoxical Phase Response and Enhanced Synchronizability of Gamma-Rhythms by Desynchronization"
- James MacLaurin (New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States) "Stochastic Oscillations Emerging from the Stochastic Pulling Forces of Microtubules"
- Jonathan Touboul (Brandeis University, United States) "Noise-induced synchronization and anti-resonance in interacting excitable systems; Applications to Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease"
MS07-ONCO: Modeling translational oncology
Organized by: Russell Rockne (Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope National Medical Center, USA), Andrea Bild (Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope National Medical Center, USA)
- Jessica Leete (Pfizer Inc, Cambridge MA, USA) "Towards virtual populations for human efficacy prediction in lung cancer: preclinical to clinical translation of anti-PD-(L)1 treatments"
- Nataly Kravchenko-Balasha (The Institute of Biomedical and Oral Research, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Israel) "Computational quantification and characterization of independently evolving cellular subpopulations within tumors is critical to inhibit anti-cancer therapy resistance"
- Alexander R. A. Anderson (Integrated Mathematical Oncology Department H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, USA) "Exploiting evolution to design better cancer therapies"
- Andrew Gentles (Departments of Medicine and Biomedical Informatics, Stanford University, USA) "Building an atlas of cell states and cellular ecosystems across human solid tumors"