The Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology will host its second annual symposium on the intersection of math and biological systems Feb. 17-18, 2020, at the Marcus Nanotechnology Building at Georgia Tech.
Leading mathematicians and bioscientists will discuss the challenges and opportunities at the math-bio interface while sharing their latest research.
Guest speakers include:
• Guo-Wei Wei (Michigan State University)
• Amina Qutub (University of Texas at San Antonio)
• Kristen Naegle (University of Virginia)
• Konstantin Mischaikow (Rutgers University)
• Alexander Anderson (Moffitt Cancer Center)
• Amy Shaub Maddox (University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill)
• Caroline Uhler (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The SCMB is one of four National Science Foundation (NSF) – Simons Research Centers for Mathematics and Complex Biological Systems. It is headquartered at Georgia Tech; other member regional institutions of the SCMB are the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tulane University, the University of South Florida, the University of Florida, Clemson University, and Duke University.
Monday, 2020, February 17 - 12:00am to Tuesday, 2020, February 18 - 12:00am
Marcus Nanotechnology Bldg., 345 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
For More Information Contact
SCMB Managing Director
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Mathematics
Office: (404) 894-6540