Mathematical Methods and Modeling of Biophysical Phenomena - Speakers

Uri Ascher (Univ. of British Columbia)
Numerical Methods in Visual Computing: what we can learn from each other

Sébastien Benzekry (Universitè de Bordeaux)
Mathematical modeling and prediction of metastasis

Jean Clairambault (INRIA – UPMC)
Tumour growth and drug resistance: an evolutionary view with perspectives in therapeutics

Fabio Augusto da Costa Carvalho Chalub (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
The Kimura Equation

Maria-Rita R. D’Orsogna (California State University, Northridge )
The mathematics of crime

Rita Ferreira (KAUST, SA)
Stationary mean-filed games with congestion

Diogo A. Gomes (KAUST – Saudi Arabia)
New numerical methods for time-dependent mean-field games 

Jan Haskovec (KAUST – Saudi Arabia)
Discrete and continuum modeling of biological network formation

Lisa Maria Kreusser (University of Cambridge)
An Anisotropic Interaction Model for Simulating Fingerprints

Chiara Mocenni (Università di Siena)
Bridging self-games and cooperation in evolutionary games on networks

Dietmar Oelz (University of Queensland, Brisbane)
Mathematics of molecular motor dynamics: Cellular morphogenesis and tug-of-war

Max O. de Souza (UFF)
Fixation: The Fingerprint of Evolutionary Processes

Diane Peurichard (INRIA)
Modelling tissue self-organisation and the fate of injury outcome

Alberto Pinto (Universidade do Porto)
Evolutionary vaccination dynamics

Nancy Rodriguez (University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
On the global existence and qualitative behavior of solutions to a model for urban crime

Nicolas Vauchelet (Universitè Paris XIII)
Mathematical modeling of the spatial spread of Wolbachia to control Dengue