### Seminars for Biomathematics

Sep 6 2023 |

Organizational Meeting |

Biomath |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 0232 |

The organizer will briefly explain the structure of the series of seminars and students will introduce themselves. |

Sep 6 2023 |

Bhargav Karamched |

Organizational Meeting |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Sep 13 2023 |

Bryce Morsky (FSU) |

An introduction to (evolutionary) game theory |

Biomathematics Seminar |

Time: 3:05 |

Location: LOV232 |

This talk will provide an introduction to game theory and its applications to solving problems in biology and economics. I will cover fundamental ideas of (evolutionary) game theory, including Nash an... More |

Sep 13 2023 |

Bhargav Karamched |

Drug |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Sep 20 2023 |

Noel Milam (Florida State University) |

Drug Resistance in Cancer: Principles of Emergence and Prevention |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Sep 20 2023 |

Dr. Malbor Asllani |

A Glimpse into Network Science: Part I - Structures |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

Network science has emerged as an interdisciplinary field over the last two decades, primarily concerned with the study of complex systems, particularly in the realm of biology. These networks serve a... More |

Sep 27 2023 |

Tristen Jackson (Florida State University) |

A Mathematical Theory of Visual Hallucination Patterns |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Sep 27 2023 |

Bryce Morsky (FSU) |

A survey of evolutionary game theory |

Biomathematics Seminar |

Time: 3:05 |

Location: LOV232 |

Evolutionary game theory is applied throughout biomathematics and economics. In this seminar, I will present some fundamental concepts and survey their applications. Of particular interest will be und... More |

Oct 4 2023 |

Nicole Bruce (Florida State University) |

Emergence of Scaling in Random Networks |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Oct 4 2023 |

Dr. Malbor Asllani |

A Glimpse into Network Science: Part II - Growth models |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

In this second part, we will discuss how networks are characterized topologically from a statistical standpoint. Specifically, we will explore scale-free networks as an example. Additionally, we will ... More |

Oct 11 2023 |

Prof. Naoki Masuda (University of Buffalo) |

Early warning signals for dynamics on networks |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

Complex dynamical systems in biological domains often show sudden major changes, or tipping points, as the system gradually changes. Examples include mass extinctions in an ecosystem, deforestation, a... More |

Oct 18 2023 |

I-Ting Lee (Florida State University) |

A Reduced Mathematical Model of the Acute Inflammatory Response II. Capturing Scenarios of Repeated Endotoxin Administration |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Oct 18 2023 |

Bryce Morsky (FSU) |

Social dynamics in biological systems |

Biomathematics Seminar |

Time: 3:05 |

Location: LOV232 |

This talk will be a survey of several papers in social dynamics of biological systems. I will discuss several mathematical models that feature social phenomena including disease spread, reputations, s... More |

Oct 25 2023 |

Dr Bryce Morsky |

Social dynamics in biological systems |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

This talk will be a survey of several papers in social dynamics of biological systems. I will discuss several mathematical models that feature social phenomena including disease spread, reputations, s... More |

Oct 25 2023 |

Chris Ryzowicz (Florida State University) |

Oscillation and Chaos in Physiological Control Systems |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Nov 1 2023 |

Ian Bridges (Florida State University) |

Abstract Biological Systems as Sequential Machines |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Nov 1 2023 |

Cagatay Ayhan (FSU Math) |

Methods in Topological Data Analysis with An Application in Simultaneously Recorded Neural Spike Train Datasets |

Cagatay Ayhan ATE |

Time: 2:30 |

Location: Love 102 |

Extraction of information from datasets that are high-dimensional, incomplete and noisy poses significant challenges. Advanced mathematical techniques are under development to address these. One notab... More |

Nov 1 2023 |

Malbor Asllani |

A Glimpse into Network Science: Part III - Graph Laplacian and random walks |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

We will acquaint the audience with the graph Laplacian matrix, presenting it in both its combinatorial and random walk form. We will then delve into its key spectral properties, demonstrating how it s... More |

Nov 8 2023 |

Richard Bertram (Florida State University) |

A Formal Classification of Bursting Mechanisms in Excitable Systems |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Nov 8 2023 |

Dr. Bhargav Karamched |

Formulation, approximation, reduction: A journey through techniques used in stochastic analysis of biological systems |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: 232 |

In this talk, I will walk through the typical steps I go through to analyze a problem. To do this, I will consider a simple birth-death process. Such a process has a master equation representation and... More |

Nov 15 2023 |

Malbor Asllani, FSU |

Optimal neurostimulation strategies for symptom control in neurological diseases |

Biomath Seminar |

Time: 3:05 PM |

Location: LOV 232 |

Many collective phenomena in Nature emerge from the -partial- synchronization of the units comprising a system. In the case of the brain, this self-organized process allows groups of neurons to fire i... More |

Nov 29 2023 |

Bryce Morsky (FSU) |

Mathematical ecology of symbionts and hosts |

Biomathematics Seminar |

Time: 3:05 |

Location: LOV232 |

This talk will be a survey of papers on theoretical ecology, particularly covering the interactions of symbionts and hosts. These models have applications to interactions between corals and algae, and... More |

Nov 29 2023 |

James Thornham (Florida State University) |

Legends of Biomath: The Final Part |

Biomath Journal Club |

Time: 5:00 PM |

Location: Dirac 216 |

Dec 6 2023 |

Mike Cortez (FSU) |

TBA |

Biomathematics Seminar |

Time: 3:05 |

Location: LOV232 |

TBA |