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NIMBioS 2009 Event Calendar Archive
  January 2009
5
Open House at Joint Math Meetings, Washington D.C.
Co-sponsored with NSF Mathematics Institutes
21
Computational Biology Seminar Series. Topic: Vector Field Visualization in Neurobiology. Speaker: David Banks.
26
R Seminar. Course full - registration closed. Organizational meeting: 4:30 PM, Dabney Hall, Rm. 488.
Co-sponsors: EEB, NIMBioS
  February 2009
4
Computational Biology Seminar Series. BCMB Junior Faculty Candidate (Computational Science).
11
Computational Biology Seminar Series. BCMB Junior Faculty Candidate (Computational Science).
18
Computational Biology Seminar Series. Topic: Graph Theory and Structural Analysis in Molecular Biology. Speaker: Debra Knisley.
25
Computational Biology Seminar Series. BCMB Junior Faculty Candidate (Computational Science).
  March 2009
4
Computational Biology Seminar Series. BCMB Junior Faculty Candidate (Computational Science).
11
Computational Biology Seminar Series. BCMB Junior Faculty Candidate (Computational Science).
16 - 18
Training the Trainers: High-Performance Computing Tutorial for Computational Science Professionals Collaborating with Biologists
25
Computational Biology Seminar Series. Topic: Computational Molecular Biophysics. Speaker: Jerome Baudry.
  April 2009
1
8
Computational Biology Seminar Series. Topic: Microsatellite Evolution. Speaker: Mark Welch
16 - 18
20 - 22
22
Computational Biology Seminar Series. Topic: Comparative Genome Informatics. Speaker: Judith Blake.
23
NIMBioS Webinar. Topic: Mathematics and Life Science Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity. Presented by: Louis J. Gross. Time: 4:40-5:30PM.
27 - 29
  May 2009
26 - 29
29 - 31
Numbers Count Workshop
Co-sponsors: BioQUEST, HHMI
  June 2009
June 1 - July 24
7 - 9
10 - 12
15 - 19
22 - 26
June 29-July 1
  July 2009
June 1 - July 24
June 29-July 1
7 - 9
19 - 24
27 - 29
  August 2009
2 - 12
  September 2009
1
Open House: Celebrate the first-year anniversary of NIMBioS, 3 - 5 p.m. in NIMBioS facilities, 4th floor, 1122 Volunteer Blvd., Suite 106
8
NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Erol Akçay, NIMBioS Post-Doc. Topic: The Evolution of Games and How to Play Them.
15
NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Carrie Manore, Oregon State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Topic: How Mathematical Models Can Help Control the Spread of Animal Diseases.
18
Mathematica Technical Seminar, 1:00-2:30 pm, repeated from 3:00-4:30 pm. Location: NIMBioS, Rm 403, 1122 Volunteer Blvd., Suite 106
22
NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Sharon Bewick, NIMBioS Post-Doc. Topic: Modeling Local Community Responses to Climate Change.
  October 2009
6 NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Paul Armsworth, UTK EEB. Top ic: Optimal Spatial Management of Marine Fisheries - A Case Study Example .
15 - 17 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: New Soil Black Box Math Strategies.
20 NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Celine Devaux, Imperial College, UK. Topic: Evolution of Flowering Time and Reproductive Isolation.
22 - 23 NIMBioS Advisory Board Meeting
23 - 24 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface Between Bi ology and Mathematics.
  November 2009
3 NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Brian O'Meara, UTK EEB. Topic: < a style="text-decoration:none" href="sem_omeara">Joint Species Inference and Species Delimitation.
9 - 11 NIMBioS Working Group: Synthesizing and Predicting Infectious Disease while Accounting for Endogenous Risk (SPIDER), 2nd meeting.
17 NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. Jaewook Joo, UTK Physics and Astronomy. Topic: A simple mathematical model for signal processing in macrophag es.
19 NEON Domain 7 Science and Education Coordinating Committee (DSECC) Meeting.
  December 2009
1-3 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Optimal Control and Optimization for Individual-based and Agent-based Models.
8 NIMBioS Seminar, 3:30 pm. Speaker: Dr. William Godsoe, NIMBioS Post-Doc. Topic: I can’t define the niche but I know it when I see it: using probability theory to understand species distributions.
10-13 NIMBioS Working Group: Biological Problems Using Binary Matrices, 2nd meeting.
15-17 NIMBioS Tutorial: Optimal Control and Optimization for Biologists.


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