Campuses:

Talks

Date Title / Speaker Event
February 11, 1999 The Microcirculation of the Renal Medulla
Thomas Pallone (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 11, 1999 Urea Transport in the Urine Concentrating Mechanism
Jeff Sands (Emory University School of Public Health)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 11, 1999 Urinary Concentrating Mechanism
Rex Jamison (Stanford University)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 10, 1999 Transport of Macromolecules Across the Peritoneum
Michael Flessner (University of Rochester Medical Center)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 10, 1999 Structural Basis for Glomerular Capillary Permeability
William Deen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 10, 1999 Modeling Epithelial Cell Homeostasis: Steady-state Analysis
Alan Weinstein (Cornell University)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 10, 1999 Voltage Sensitivity of the Sodium-Potassium Pump: Structural Inferences from Kinetic Observations
Paul De Weer (University of Pennsylvania)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 09, 1999 A Working Mechanism of the Sodium Pump
Bruce Benjamin (Oklahoma State University)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 09, 1999 Asymmetry and Mechanisms of Anion Transport and Inhibition of the Human Anion Exchange Protein, AE1
Philip Knauf (University of Rochester Medical Center)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 09, 1999 A Kinetic Model for Secondary Active Transport
Donald Loo (University of California, Los Angeles)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 08, 1999 The Use of Streaming Potential Measurements to Characterize Biological Ion Channels
David Levitt (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 08, 1999 The Physical Basis of Ion Channel Kinetics
Larry Liebovitch (Florida Atlantic University)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 08, 1999 Ionic Energetics in Narrow Channels
Peter Jordan (Brandeis University)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 08, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Harold Layton (Duke University), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Membrane Transport and Renal Physiology
February 05, 1999 Very Low Cost Video Wavelet Codec
Krasimir Kolarov (Interval Research Corporation)
Very Low Cost Video Wavelet Codec - Krasimir Kolarov (Interval Research)
January 29, 1999 Unsteady Aerodynamics of Insect Flight
Jane Wang (New York University)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 29, 1999 The Mechanics of Undulatory Swimming
Chris Jordan (University of Colorado)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 28, 1999 The Underlying Mechanisms Leading to Efficient Ciliary Transport
Zvi Priel (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 28, 1999 Understanding Cilia - Modelling and the Role of Singular Solutions of Stokes Flow
Nadav Liron (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 28, 1999 Recent Advances in the Numerical Simulation of Flows With Suspended Bubbles, Drops, and Capsules
C. Pozrikidis (University of California, San Diego)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 28, 1999 Computation of Blood Flow in a Three-Dimensional Model of the Heart
David Mcqueen (New York University)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 27, 1999 Cartesian Grid Methods for Fluid Flow in Complex Geometries
Randall LeVeque (University of Washington)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 27, 1999 Models of Surfactant Interactions in Pulmonary Mechanical Behavior
Don Gaver (Naval Postgraduate School)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 26, 1999 Energetic Considerations of Ciliary Beating
Shay Gueron (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology), Randall LeVeque (University of Washington)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 26, 1999 Models of Undulatory Fish Swimming
Timothy Pedley (University of Cambridge)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 26, 1999 A Microscale Model of Flagellar and Ciliary Motion
Robert Dillon (Washington State University)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 26, 1999 Computed Simulations of Ciliary and Flagellar Motility Using the Geometric Clutch Model Can Replicate a Wide Variety of Experimental Observations
Charles Lindemann (Oakland University)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 25, 1999 Computational Modeling of Blood Clotting: Platelet Aggregation and Coagulation
Aaron Fogelson (The University of Utah)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 25, 1999 Smelling with Hairy Little Noses: Small-scale Fluid Dynamics of Olfactory Antennae
Mimi Koehl (University of California, Berkeley)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 25, 1999 Fluid Mechanics of Ciliary Propulsion
J.r. Blake (University of Birmingham)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 25, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Lisa Fauci (Tulane University), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Computational Modeling in Biological Fluid Dynamics
January 08, 1999 Adhesive Dynamics: Solved and Unsolved Problems
Daniel Hammer (University of Pennsylvania)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 08, 1999 Measurements of Adhesion of Biological Molecules and Surfaces: How it Differs from Non-biological Adhesion
Jacob Israelachvili (University of California)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 07, 1999 A Biological Problem Viewed Through the Lens of Mathematics: Pattern Formation and Morphogenesis in Early Development
Hans Othmer (The University of Utah)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 07, 1999 Neuronal Growth Cone Motility: A Case Study in Organized Complexity
Helen Buettner (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 07, 1999 Regulation of Cell Surfaces by Receptor Mediated Endocytosis
Ralph Nossal (National Institutes of Health)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 06, 1999 High Resolution Mapping of Stresses at the Cell-Substrate Interface During Locomotion of Fibroblasts
Micah Dembo (Boston University), Y.l. Wang (NONE)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 06, 1999 Models for the Structure and Kinetics of Actin Filaments
Leah Edelstein-Keshet (University of British Columbia)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 05, 1999 Cytokinesis and the Dynamics of the Cytoskeleton
Micah Dembo (Boston University)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 05, 1999 Soft Materials Inspired by Biology
Daniel Hammer (University of Pennsylvania)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 05, 1999 Network and Bundle Formation by Semi-flexible Biopolymers: F-actin and Filamentous Viruses
Paul Janmey (Harvard University)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 05, 1999 A Mechanism for the Control of the Shear Stress Response in Circulating Leukocytes
Geert Schmid-Schoenbein (University of California, San Diego)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 04, 1999 Forces In and On Membranes Alter Motility and Adhesion
Mike Sheetz (Duke University)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 04, 1999 Lamellipod and Ruffle Dynamics of Human Epidermal Keratinocytes - Data Analysis, Models and Simulations
Wolfgang Alt (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 04, 1999 Using Microinterferometry to Study the Function of the Cytoskeleton in Cell Motility
Graham Dunn (King's College)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
January 04, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Robert Tranquillo (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Cell Adhesion and Motility
December 04, 1998 Biotechnology from Bifurcation in a Box: Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry
Jeff Sachs (Independent Scientific Consultant)
Biotechnology from Bifurcation in a Box: Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry - Jeff Sachs (Independent Consultant)
November 18, 1998 Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia: a Disease Caused by Abnormal Adhesion of Stem Cells to the Marrow Microenvironment
Catherine Verfaillie (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 17, 1998 Kinetic Cellular Theory of the Immune System: Modeling, Experiments and Simulation
Sabine Stocker (Politecnico di Torino)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 17, 1998 A Mathematical Model for Angiogenesis in Tumor Growth
Howard Levine (Iowa State University)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 17, 1998 School of Mathematics Ordway Lectures - Modeling Weed Resistance to Herbicides
Lee Segel (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 17, 1998 Modelling Tumour Angiogenesis
Helen Byrne (University of Nottingham)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 16, 1998 Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of a Replication-competent Adenovirus that Replicates Selectively in Tumor Cells: Implications for Design and Delivery
Lawrence Wein (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 16, 1998 Analysis of a Mathematical Model of the Effect of Inhibitors on the Growth of Tumors
Avner Friedman (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 16, 1998 Mathematical Models in Two-Step Cancer Chemotherapy
Trachette Jackson (Duke University)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 16, 1998 Free Boundaries in Solid Tumour Growth
Helen Byrne (University of Nottingham)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 15, 1998 Cell - ECM Interactions During Malignant Invasion
Abbey Perumpanani (Harvard Medical School)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 15, 1998 An Acid Mediated Model of Tumor Invasion
Robert Gatenby (Temple University Hospital)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 15, 1998 Mathematical Modeling of Tumor Growth: Synopsis, Simile & Speculation
John Adam (Old Dominion University)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 15, 1998 Brief Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Philip Maini (University of Oxford), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Cancer Minisymposium
November 11, 1998 How Mathematics Coupled with Experiment Revealed the Nature of HIV Infection
Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
How Mathematics Coupled with Experiment Revealed the Nature of HIV Infection
October 21, 1998 Distributed Reconfigurable Robots and Applications
Nicolas Papanikolopolous (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 21, 1998 Forging an Ineffective Immune Response: Lessons from Two Decades of Computer Security
Bob Blakley (IBM)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 21, 1998 Collective Choice and Mutual Knowledge Structures
Diana Richards (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 21, 1998 [II.] Antigen Presentation and Processing and the MHC
Eli Sercarz (La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 20, 1998 Ideas from immunology for promoting computer security
Steve Hofmeyr (University of New Mexico)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 20, 1998 [I.] On the meaning of self, and why we make self-reactiveresponses

First of two lectures, with subtitles

Overall Abstract: Homunculi and Golems: Determinism and Unpredictability in the Immune System

Eli Sercarz (La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 19, 1998 Activation of cytotoxic T lymphocytes (`killer cells')
Matthew Mescher (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 19, 1998 New Approaches to Computer Security: Immunology and Intrusion Detection
Stephanie Forrest (University of New Mexico)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 19, 1998 An Anti-Computer Virus Immune System
Jeffrey Kephart (IBM)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 19, 1998 Feedbacks Toward Multiple Conflicting Partial Goals in Immunological and Other Distributed Autonomous Systems
Lee Segel (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 19, 1998 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Period of Concentration: Forging an Appropriate Immune Response as a Problem in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI)
October 16, 1998 Resource Competition Determines Selection of B Cell Repretoires
Rob De Boer (Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 16, 1998 Cytokine Regulation of Antibody Responses
Robin Callard (Institute of Child Health UCL)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 15, 1998 Mathematical Results for Some Models of Chemotaxis
Miguel Herrero (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 15, 1998 Modeling T Cell Selection
Vincent Detours (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 15, 1998 Quantifying Receptor Aggregation on the Cell Surface
Richard Posner (Northern Arizona University)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 15, 1998 Regulation of Cell Surface FceRI Expression on Basophils
Don Macglashan (Johns Hopkins University)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 14, 1998 IL2 Receptor Modulation: T Cell Growth and Selection Enhancement
Nigel Burroughs (University of Warwick)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 14, 1998 A Logical Analysis of Timing-Dependent Signaling Properties in the Immune System
Marcelline Kaufman (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 14, 1998 Models of Immune Memory: On the Role of Cross-reactive Stimulation, Competition, and Homeostasis in Maintaining Immune Memory
Rustom Antia (Emory University)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 14, 1998 Spatial Effects in Receptor-mediated Signal Transduction
Jason Haugh (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 14, 1998 Membrane Organization in IgE-Receptor Signaling
Barbara Baird (Cornell University)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 13, 1998 Meta-Dynamics of Lymphocyte Repertoire Development
Ramit Mehr (Princeton University)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 13, 1998 Simulating Immune Responses
Derek Smith (University of New Mexico)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 13, 1998 ImmSim: A Cellular Automaton Model for Simulation of the Immune System
Phillip Seiden (IBM)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 13, 1998 A Little Lyn Goes a Long Way: Results of an Experimental/Theoretical Collaboration
Carla Wofsy (University of New Mexico)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 13, 1998 Antigen Receptors, Their Accessories and Signal Transduction in B Lymphocytes
John Cambier (National Jewish Medical and Research Center)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 12, 1998 Signal Transduction by the FceRI: Analysis of the Early Molecular Events
Henry Metzger (National Institutes of Health)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 12, 1998 Aggregating Receptor Systems
Byron Goldstein (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 12, 1998 Tracking the Interactions Between Antigen-Specific T and B Cells in situ
Marc Jenkins (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 12, 1998 Modeling Primary Immune Responses
Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 12, 1998 Introduction and Overview
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immune System Modeling and Cell Signaling
October 09, 1998 Anything You Want to Ask About the Immune System
Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
October 09, 1998 Immune System Models
Rob De Boer (Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht)
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
October 08, 1998 Introduction to the Theory of Receptor Aggregation
Carla Wofsy
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
October 08, 1998 Introduction to Cell Signaling and the Multisubunit Immune Response Receptors
Byron Goldstein (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
October 08, 1998 Introduction to the Immune System
Alan Perelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
October 08, 1998 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Immunology, Cell Signaling, the Physiology of the Immune System, the Dynamics of the Immune Response
September 18, 1998 A Mathematical Model For The Onset Of Angiogenesis In Tumor Growth
Howard Levine (Iowa State University)
Pattern Formation and Morphogenesis: Model Systems

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