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Applications of Analysis to Mathematical Biology 2007

Duke University, Durham, NC

Monday, May 21––Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Monday, May 21
8:00– 8:50 Onsite Registration Opens
 8:50– 9:10 Mark Stern
Dept of Math, Duke University, Chair
Harold Layton
Dept of Math, Duke University
Welcome Remarks
 9:10– 10:00 Michael C. Mackey
McGill University
Mathematics, Biology & Physics: Interactions and Interdependence
 10:00– 10:30 Coffee Break
 10:30– 11:20 James P. Keener
University of Utah
How Cells Make Measurements
 11:20– 12:10 Daniel Forger
University of Michigan
What Makes a Genetic Network a Clock?
 12:10– 1:40 Lunch Break
 1:40– 2:30 Trachette Jackson
University of Michigan
Modeling the Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Interactions Associated with Tumor Induced Angiogenesis
 2:30– 2:50 Mansoor Haider
North Carolina State University
Continuum Mixture Models of the Cellular Microenvironment in Articular Cartilage
 2:50– 3:20 Coffee Break
 3:20– 3:40 Haiyan Wang
Arizona State University
Mathematical Modeling and Qualitative Analysis of the Glucose-insulin System
 3:40– 4:00 David Anderson
University of Wisconsin
Using Random Forcing to Study the Out-of-Equilibrium Dynamics of Biochemical Reaction Systems
 4:00– 4:50 Barry Simon
California Institute of Technology
The Lost Proof of Loewner's Theorem
 5:30– 6:30 Cash Bar
 6:30– 8:30 Conference Dinner
Tuesday, May 22
 8:45– 9:35 Charles S. Peskin
Courant Institute, New York University
Variations on a Theme of Immersed Boundaries
 9:35– 9:55 Arik Yochelis
Morphogenesis beyond the Turing Onset: From Periodic to Localized Patterns
 9:55– 10:25 Coffee Break
 10:25– 11:15 Harold E. Layton
Duke University
Irregular Flow Oscillations in the Nephrons of Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats
 11:15– 11:35 Mette S. Olufsen
NC State University
Heart Rate Regulation During Postural Change from Sitting to Standing
 11:35– 1:45 Lunch Break, Poster Session
 1:45– 2:35 Fred Nijhout
Duke University
The Systems Biology of Body Size Regulation: A Multidimensional Mechanism
 2:35– 2:55 Greg Forest
University of North Carolina
Active and Passive Microrheology
 2:55– 3:25 Coffee Break
 3:25– 4:15 Jeffrey Rauch
University of Michigan
The Time Integrated Far Field for Maxwell's and D'Alembert's Equations
 4:15– 4:35 Scott Stevens
Penn State University
Modeling Idiopathic Intracranial Pressure with a Semi-Collapsible Sinus
Wednesday, May 23
 8:45– 9:35 Laura Miller
University of North Carolina
Fluid Dynamics Within the Developing Embryonic Heart
 9:35– 9:55 Michael Oberguggenberger
University of Innsbruck
Delta Waves for Semilinear Hyperbolic Systems
 9:55– 10:25 Coffee Break
 10:25– 11:15 Colleen Mitchell
University of Iowa
Neural Timing in Highly Convergent System
 11:15– 11:35 Carina Curto
Rutgers University
From Spikes to Space: Reconstructing Features