1st Porto Meeting in Mathematics and Biology
22 and 23 June 2015
The purpose of this meeting is to focus attention on the many and varied opportunities to promote applications of mathematics to biology.
The meeting will be focused on short courses of three one-hour lectures each.
Official opening (22 June. 9h)
Prof Maria de Sousa (IBMC, Porto)
Carmen Molina- Paris (Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds, UK)
Minicourse “Stochastic birth and death processes in immunology”
David Harel (Dept. of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Minicourse “On the Full Organism Challenge: Or, Can we Computerize an Elephant?”
Ruy M. Ribeiro (Theoretical Biology and Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA)
Minicourse “Modeling viral dynamics: from ODEs to ABMs”
Round table with a debate on the subject
“Mathematical Models and Clinical Aspects, Epidemiological and Farmaco-economic: What relationship and what new possible endpoints of the study”
with the participation of several experts in HIV / AIDS (see here).
Registration is free.