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== Archived semesters ==
 
== Archived semesters ==

Revision as of 15:00, 12 February 2013

Graduate Applied Math Seminar

The Graduate Applied Math Seminar is one of the main tools for bringing together applied grad students in the department and building the community. You are encouraged to get involved! It is weekly seminar run by grad students for grad students. If you have any questions, please contact Bryan Crompton.

The seminar schedule can be found here.

Spring 2013

date speaker title
February 1 Bryan Crompton "The surprising math of cities and corporations"
February 15 Jim Brunner "Logical Models, Polynomial Dynamical Systems, and Iron Metabolism"

Abstracts

Please add your abstracts here.

Friday, Feb 1: Bryan Cromtpon

"The surprising math of cities and corporations"

Abstract: We'll watch Geoffrey West's TED talk and discuss some of the math in his papers.

Friday, Feb 15: Jim Brunner

"Logical Models, Polynomial Dynamical Systems, and Iron Metabolism"

Abstract: I will introduce logical models and polynomial dynamical systems in the context of a model of iron metabolism in an epithelial cell.

Archived semesters