Category: Special Emphasis Year

Society for Mathematical Biology MiniSymposia
In 2021, the Society for Mathematical Biology will be holding its annual meeting online. This year, three of our members within the Melbourne Mathematical Biology (MMB) group have organised a minisymposia (details below), which are being supported by the Special Emphasis Year, “Biological Dynamics: Mathematics of Cellular Systems to Epidemics“. Date: June 13 – 17, […] 
Gender Diversity in Mathematics and Statistics
The Melbourne Mathematical Biology Group is proud to host a celebration of Women in Mathematics as part of May12 events. The event is sponsored by the Special Emphasis Year and the School of Mathematics and Statistics. Join us on Thursday 12th May 2022, at Old Quadrangle, Cussonia Court Room 1, Parkville, VIC 3052 The event […]mathematicalbiology.science.unimelb.edu.au/2021/04/13/celebrationofwomeninmathematics

ANZIAM2021 – Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group Annual Meeting
In 2021, ANZIAM will be holding its annual conference virtually, and as a result the Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group (MBSIG) will also be meeting in a virtual setting. Theme Decision Making and Mathematical Biology Date Monday 8th of February 2021 Where This years MBSIG annual meeting will be held virtually on VirtualChair, in the Plenary […] 
Cell Motility in Dynamic Environments
“Cell Motility in Dynamic Environments” is the first of two MATRIX Research Programs, with the second being “Mathematics of Tissue Dynamics”. This research program will specifically examine the intricate coupling between fluid mechanics, cell motility and active navigation, ubiquitous features of the microbial world. The participants will present novel mathematical and experimental approaches for […]mathematicalbiology.science.unimelb.edu.au/2021/01/18/cellmotilityindynamicenvironments

Mathematics of Tissue Dynamics
“Mathematics of Tissue Dynamics” is the second of two MATRIX Research Programs, with the first being “Cell Motility in Dynamic Environments”. This program will see graduate students and worldleading mathematical modellers come together to collaborate in a weeklong research intensive program, in the area of tissue dynamics. We will focus on multiple scales, incorporating […]mathematicalbiology.science.unimelb.edu.au/2021/01/18/mathematicsoftissuedynamics