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Talks

Datesort descending Title / Speaker Event
April 23, 1999 Spatially Ecological Model for T-cell Receptor Dynamics
David Rand (University of Warwick)
Workshop: Local Interaction and Global Phenomena in Vegetation and Other Systems
April 23, 1999 Pattern Formation in Semiarid Vegetation
Christopher Klausmeier (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Workshop: Local Interaction and Global Phenomena in Vegetation and Other Systems
April 23, 1999 Rescalling the Hierarchical Competition Model
Jonathan Dushoff (Academia Sinica)
Workshop: Local Interaction and Global Phenomena in Vegetation and Other Systems
April 25, 1999 Genomics: Discovery to Delivery
Ron Mcglennan (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 25, 1999 Multi-Analyte Profiling with Suspension ArraysTM
James Jacobsen (Luminex)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 25, 1999 Mining of DNA Microarray Data
Gregory Stephanopoulos (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 25, 1999 Inference of Functional Programs from Gene Expression Data
Roland Somogyi (Incyte Corporation)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 25, 1999 Exploitation of Chromosomal Locations to Establish Functions of Genes
Ross Overbeek (Argonne National Laboratory)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 25, 1999 Methanococcus Jannaschii Genome: Annotations, Evolution and Evolution of Annotations by Nikos Kyrpides
Nikos Kyripedes (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Intellectual Fallout from Biology's Success: Can Mathematics Help Us Out?
Roger Brent (Molecular Sciences Institute)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Lab-on-a-Chip Technology Including Tools for Genomics Applications
Anne Kopf-Sill (Caliper Corporation)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Pattern Discovery and Its (Numerous) Applications in Computational Biology
Isidore Rigoutsos (IBM)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Algorithms for Detection and Analysis of Tandem Repeats in DNA Sequences
Gary Benson (Mount Sinai School of Medicine, CUNY)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Adapting and Applying Simplical Complex Q-Analysis to Studying Sequence Similarity Databases
John Carlis (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Mining Proteomes Using Mass Spectrometry: New Approaches to Help Define Function
John Yates (University of Washington)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 An Annotation Capture/Query System For Genomic Data
William Swope (IBM)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 26, 1999 Panel Discussion Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 27, 1999 An Assessment of Micro-Array Technologies for High Throughput Genetic Analysis
Larry Carson (3M)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 27, 1999 Data Mining for Genomics
Vipin Kumar (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
April 27, 1999 Panel Discussion Challenges and Opportunities in Genomics: Production, Storage, Mining and Use
May 13, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
May 13-14: Introduction to Epidemiology and Immunology
May 13, 1999 Part I: The Importance of Quasi-stationarity in the Study of Extinction Times for Birth-death Processes with Absorbing States. Applications to the SIS Model Talk
Ingemar Nasell (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))
May 13-14: Introduction to Epidemiology and Immunology
May 14, 1999 Time Delay in Epidemic Models
Pauline van den Driessche (University of Victoria)
May 13-14: Introduction to Epidemiology and Immunology
May 14, 1999 Application of Monotone Systems Theory to Epidemiological Models
Wenzhang Huang (University of Alabama)
May 13-14: Introduction to Epidemiology and Immunology
May 17, 1999 Introduction
Carlos Castillo-Chavez (Cornell University), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 17, 1999 The Problem of Antiviral Resistance: Prediction & Control
Sally Blower (University of San Francisco)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 17, 1999 New Vaccination Strategies for Pertussis
Herb Hethcote (The University of Iowa)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 17, 1999 Recurrent Epidemics are not Chaotic
Ingemar Nasell (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 17, 1999 Infectious Disease Models with Chronological Age Structure and Disease Age Structure
Fred Brauer (University of British Columbia)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 18, 1999 Epidemiology and Natural Selection in Pathogens with Intermediate Rate of Antigenic Change
Viggo Andreasen (Roskilde University Center)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 18, 1999 Endemic Models with Arbitrarily Distributed Periods of Infection
Horst Thieme (Arizona State University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 18, 1999 Lattice Dynamical System Model for the HIV1 Genetic Sequence Evolution
Gustavo Martinez-Mekler (National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM))
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 18, 1999 Virulence Evolution in Macro-parasites
Andrea Pugliese (Università di Trento)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 18, 1999 Part II: The Importance of Quasi-stationarity in the Study of Extinction Times for Birth-death Processes with Absorbing States. Applications to the SIS Model
Ingemar Nasell (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 On Fitness in Structured Metapopulation Models with an Application to Epidemics
Mats Gyllenberg (University of Turku)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Treatment-induced Schistosome Genetic Diversity
Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Modeling Tuberculosis Transmission with Clusters
Angel Capurro (Universidad de Belgrano)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 A Stochastic Model for Effects of Mass/Simultaneous Vaccination
Don Gaver (Naval Postgraduate School)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 TBA
Carlos Hernandez (Cornell University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Selective Pressures of the Host Population Dynamics on the Evolution of Disease Pathogenecity
Michael Li (Mississippi State University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Diseases With a Chronic Stage in a Population With Varying Size
Maia Martcheva (University of Florida)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Contact Tracing in Stochastic and Deterministic Epidemic Models
Johannes Mueller (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Discrete Competitive Systems with Patches
Abdul-Aziz Yakubu (Howard University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 19, 1999 Predicting the Effect of Judicious Antibiotic Use on Drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae Colonization Among Children in Day-care.
Patrick Nelson (Duke University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 20, 1999 Phenotype Evolution in Helicobacter pylori
Glenn Webb (Vanderbilt University)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 20, 1999 Traveling Wave Solution and Competitive Exclusion of Multiple Strains in an STD Model
Wenzhang Huang (University of Alabama)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 20, 1999 Transmission Dynamics of Dengue Virus: Antibody-dependent Enhancement and the Effect of Co-operative Interactions Between Viral Strains on Long Term Epidemic Pattern.
Neil Ferguson (University of Oxford)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 20, 1999 Panel Discussion Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 21, 1999 Epidemic Model with Maturation Delay
Pauline van den Driessche (University of Victoria)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 21, 1999 Panel Workshop Conclusions
Linda Allen (Texas Tech University), Frank Ball (University of Nottingham), Carlos Castillo-Chavez (Cornell University), Herb Hethcote (The University of Iowa)
Workshop: Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
May 28, 1999 ISDP: Inverse Shape Design Procedure
Gary Strumolo (Ford Research)
ISDP: Inverse Shape Design Procedure - Gary S. Strumolo (Ford Motor Company)
June 04, 1999 Optimal Control Technique for magnet Design in an NMR Well-Logging Tool
Bruno Luong (Schlumberger-Doll Research)
Optimal Control Technique for magnet Design in an NMR Well-Logging Tool - Bruno Luong (Schlumberger Oilfield Services)
June 07, 1999 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Simon Levin (Princeton University), Fadil Santosa
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Workshop Overview
Mark Lewis (The University of Utah)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Lagrangian Simulation of Planktonic Swimming Behaviours
Hidekatsu Yamazaki (Tokyo University of Fisheries)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Population-level Advection-Diffusion Equations for Biased Random Walks by Individuals and Groups
Daniel Grunbaum (University of Washington)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 The Effects of Spatial Grouping on the Functional Response of Predators
Chris Cosner (University of Miami-College of Arts & Sciences)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 A Simple Model for Schooling Fish and its Effect on Predation
Frithjof Lutscher (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Can PDE Models Describe Migratory Locust Swarms?
James Watmough (University of Victoria)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Reflections on Epidemic Models
Odo Diekmann (Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 07, 1999 Spatial Dynamics and Persistence in a Model Tri-trophic System
Stephen Ellner (North Carolina State University)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Consuming, Grouping, and Coexisting
Will Wilson (Duke University)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Determinism and Spatial Scale: Aggregating Individuals into Densities in Oscillatory Systems
Mercedes Pascual (University of Maryland)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Aggregation and Aggretion
Donald Olson (University of Miami)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Effect of Aggregation on Population Recovery Modeled by a Diffusion-Advection Equation
Victor Padron (Texas A & M University)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Mixed-Species Aggregations of Waterfowl
Emily Silverman (University of Washington)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Favored Places in the Selfish Herd
Carl Simon (University of Michigan)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 08, 1999 Chemotactic Bacterial Pattern Formation
Sharon Lubkin (North Carolina State University)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 09, 1999 Reaction Transport Equations as Models for Spread and Reactions
Karl Hadeler (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 09, 1999 Hyperbolic v Parabolic Models for Chemotaxis (Individual and Population Density Based Models)
Angela Stevens (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 09, 1999 Continuum Taxis Equations Based on Individual Behavior
Hans Othmer (The University of Utah)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 From Individual Decisions to Aggregates and from Aggregates to Indivudual Dicisions
Paulien Hogeweg (Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 Birth and Death Processes and Mass Action Laws in Biology and Chemistry: AN Interacting Particle Systems Approach
Shay Gueron (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 From the Individual Behaviour Subject to Stochastic Fluctuations to the PIDE Describing The Global Behaviour Of an Aggregating Population
Vincenzo Capasso (Università di Milano)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 From Populations to Indviduals: Applications of Continuum and Discrete Models in Cancer Growth
Sandy Anderson (University of Dundee)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 Flocking Kinematics and Nonlinear Fluid Flow Equations: Some Exact Analytic Solutions
Ricardo Diaz (University of Northern Colorado)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 From a Skein of Individuals to Partial Integro-Differential Equations
Ulrike Schuldenzucker (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 10, 1999 Moment Closure of Reaction Transport Equations
Thomas Hillen (The University of Utah)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 11, 1999 Quantitative Modeling of Bacterial Aggregation Based on `Energy Taxis'
Alex Mogilner (University of California)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 11, 1999 Mechanistic Models for Animal Home Ranges
Paul Moorcroft (Princeton University)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
June 11, 1999 Workshop Summary
Leah Edelstein-Keshet (University of British Columbia)
Workshop: From Individual to Aggregration: Modeling Animal Grouping
September 09, 1999 Role of Optics in Very High Throughput Communication for Parallel Processing
J. Allen Cox (Honeywell)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Modeling of Light Propagation in 1- and 10- Gigabit LANS
John Abbott (Corning Incorporated)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Advances in Modeling Optical Fiber Transmission Systems
Curtis Menyuk (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Component Modeling at Corning Incorporated
Dipak Chowdhury (Corning Incorporated)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Application of Optical Simulations from the Perspective of a Device and Module Designer
Charles Haggans (Ciena Corporation)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Modeling Semiconductor Lasers: From Microsopic Physics to Device Applications
Robert Indik (University of Arizona)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Calculation of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Scattering via Boundary Variations and Analytic Continuation
Fernando Reitich (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 09, 1999 Studies of Absorbing, Impedance-Matched and Transparent Boundary Conditions for Schrödinger-Type Equations
David Yevick (University of Waterloo)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Numerical Modeling and Design Optimization of Periodic Dielectric Structures
David Dobson (Texas A & M University)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Understanding Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Structured Photonic Crystals
Chris White (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Troubleshooting Fiber Bragg Grating Fabrication with Modeling
Alessandra Chiareli (3M)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Pulse Propagation in Nonlinear Fiber Gratings, Theory and Experiment
Alejandro Aceves (University of New Mexico)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Coherent and Incoherent Spatial Solitons
Matthew Mitchell (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Comparison of Theory and Experiment for Long Distance Dispersion-managed Soliton Transmission
Vladimir Grigoryan (University of Maryland)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 10, 1999 Reduced Model for Return-to-zero Pulse Propagation in Dispersion-managed Optical Fibers
William Kath (Northwestern University)
Analysis and Modeling of Optical Devices
September 16, 1999 Introduction
James Cavendish (General Motors Corporation), Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Fadil Santosa
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Quantifying Uncertainty and Predictability in Mathematical Models
J. Mac Hyman (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Methodologies for Treating Model Uncertainty and Discretization Error in Modeling and Simulation of Physical Systems
Kenneth Alvin (Sandia National Laboratories)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models
September 16, 1999 Code Validation as a Reliability Problem
Timothy Trucano (Sandia National Laboratories)
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Assessment of the Reliability of Mathematical Models

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