This workshop takes place after the SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences 2018 in Minneapolis. The participants to the workshop will have a chance to discuss in more detail some recent results and some open problems. To this aim, few presentations will be given and most of the time will be dedicated to open discussions and collaborations.
The workshop is the second workshop of this kind hosted in Madison, Winsonsin. The first one was hosted in 2015 (link).
Andrea Agazzi, Université de Genéve
David Anderson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Enrico Bibbona, Politecnico di Torino
Balàzs Boros, University of Vienna
Daniele Cappelletti, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mads Christian Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Carsten Conradi, HTW Berlin
Gheorghe Craciun, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ankit Gupta, ETH Zurich
Jiaxin Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Matthew Johnston, San José State University
Badal Joshi, California State University, San Marcos
Jinsu Kim, University of California, Irvine
Thomas Kurtz, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tung Nguyen, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nida Obatake, Texas A&M University
Andrés Ortiz-Muñoz, Caltech
Casian Pantea, West Virginia University
Grzegorz Rempala, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University
Anne Shiu, Texas A&M University
Xiaoxian Tang, Texas A&M University
Ruth Williams, University of California, San Diego
Polly Yu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
During the presentation of the open problems, the participants have the possibility to describe in 20 minutes (or maybe more, depending on how many problems are presented) what they will like to work on. If necessary, the morning of August 11th can be dedicated to this activity as well. Once all the problems are presented, the participants choose what to work on and groups are created.
9th floor of Van Vleck Hall, 480 Lincoln Drive, Madison WI 53705.