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Seminars for Biomathematics


May 1
Yeuran Oh
A Computational Study of the Interactions Between Pancreatic Islets and Liver Hepatocytes
ATE Presentation
Time: 1:00
Location: 204B Love
 
Apr 23
Joshua Kimrey (FSU)
Mathematical Analysis of Early Afterdepolarizations in Cardiac Myocytes
ATE Presentation
Time: 2:00
Location: 204B Love
 
Apr 12
Canlin Zhang (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Candidacy Exam: Unsupervised Speech Recognition by Deep Networks
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 2:00pm
Location: LOV 204B
Note the new meeting time for this week only.
 
Apr 9
Angie Davenport
Modeling Pathogenesis and Treatment Response in Childhood Absence Epilepsy
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac Library
 
Apr 5
Carolyn Eady (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
The Results of Experimenting with Conformal Invariants on Triangulated Meshes
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
Last time, I discussed different conformal invariants that can be

calculated on discrete meshes. We will continue on with this discussion, showing

images and results for external length... More
 
Apr 5
Theo Vo
Attention Model of Binocular Rivalry
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac Library
 
Mar 29
Virgina Parkman (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
The Mathematics of Infectious Disease
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
The Mathematics of Infectious Disease by Herbert W. Hethcote from SIAM Review will be discussed. The abstract for the paper is as follows:



Many models for the spread of infectious disea... More
 
Mar 22
Ahmet Kilinc (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
Methods that are generally applicable and practical procedures for nonlinear finite element analysis will be presented.
 
Mar 8
Canlin Zhang (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
A Brief Introduction to Connectionist Temporal Classification
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
 
Feb 28
Sepideh Ebadi (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Evolutionary Dynamics of Bacterial Persistence Under Nutrient/Antibiotic Actions
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 3:35pm
Location: LOV 107
Diseases such as tuberculosis, chronic pneumonia, and inner ear infections are caused by bacterial biofilms. Many studies show that it is much more difficult to kill the bacteria in planktonic and bio... More
 
Feb 26
Danny Galvis (FSU)
Distributed Neural Network Models for Birdsong Production
Dissertation Defense
Time: 1:30
Location: 112 Kasha laboratory building
 
Feb 22
Carolyn Eady (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Circle Packing Cortical Surfaces
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
Circle packing is a quasi-conformal method used with triangulations. By superimposing a triangulated mesh on the cortical surface, we are able to apply this method to create cortical "flat" maps, or m... More
 
Feb 15
Angie Davenport (FSU)
Host and Viral Ecology Determine Bat Rabies Seasonality and Maintenance
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac Library
 
Feb 15
Virginia Parkman (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Canine distemper outbreak modeled in an animal shelter
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
Canine distemper virus (CDV) is a highly contagious virus that can cause outbreaks, specifically in crowding situations, such as an animal shelter, in which a large number of susceptible dogs are brou... More
 
Feb 8
Mehran Fazli (FSU)
Mechanism and Function of Mixed-Mode Oscillations in Vibrissa Motoneurons
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac library
 
Feb 8
Dr. Monica K. Hurdal (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Applications of Conformal Mapping in Brain Mapping
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
I will discuss some of the results and research questions regarding conformal mapping and brain mapping that I am working on.
 
Feb 1
Yeuran Oh (FSU)
The Impact of Mathematical Modeling on the Understanding of Diabetes and Related Complications
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac Library
 
Feb 1
Dr. Monica K. Hurdal (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
The Things Every Graduate Student Should Know But No One Tells You
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
I will discuss some topics that every graduate student should know (but often know one tells you!), including mathematics societies, conferences, travel funding, research databases, etc.
 
Jan 25
Theo Vo (FSU)
Resynchronization of Circadian Oscillators and the East-West Asymmetry of Jet-Lag
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac library
 
Jan 25
Dr. Monica K. Hurdal (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Conformal Mapping and Brain Mapping
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
My reearch uses conformal maps to create "flat" maps of the brain. I will discuss some of the mathematics of circle packing and how it can be used to create quasi-conformal maps of the brain.

 
Jan 18
Joshua Kimrey (FSU)
Irregularly Appearing Early Afterdepolarization in Cardiac Myocytes: Random Fluctuations or Dynamical Chaos?
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac library
 
Jan 18
Dr. Monica K. Hurdal (Department of Mathematics, FSU)
Organizational Meeting
Biomathetics Seminar
Time: 9:30am
Location: LOV 200
 
Jan 16
Serdar Cellat (Florida State University)
Metric Learning for Shape Classification: A Fast and Efficient Approach with Monte Carlo Methods
Ph.D. Thesis Defense
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: 204-B LOV
 
Jan 11
Richard Bertram (FSU)
A Mathematical Model of Spontaneous Calcium(II) Oscillations in Astrocytes
Biomathematics Journals
Time: 4:45
Location: Dirac library