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NIMBioS Visitor Calendar 2019

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The NIMBioS Visitor Calendar lists all visitors to the institute, including Short-term Visitors, Sabbatical Fellows, Visiting Graduate Student Fellows, and Self-supported Visitors.

Dates Visitor Affiliation Project Collaborators
  February 2019
Feb 8-11 Folashade Agusto Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Kansas Sustainability of harvesting non-timber forest products in fragmented landscape: A mathematical framework Orou Gaoue, Benito Chen, Maria Leite
Feb 8-11 Benito Chen Mathematics, Univ. of Texas Arlington Sustainability of harvesting non-timber forest products in fragmented landscape: A mathematical framework Orou Gaoue, Folashade Agusto, Maria Leite
Feb 8-11 Maria Leite Mathematics and Statistics, Univ. of South Florida Sustainability of harvesting non-timber forest products in fragmented landscape: A mathematical framework Orou Gaoue, Folashade Agusto, Benito Chen
  April 2019
Apr 10-14 Krithi K. Karanth Executive Director, Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore; Assoc. Conservation Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society, New York; Adjunct Asst. Professor, Duke Univ. Resolving human-wildlife conflict with innovative social-ecological solutions. Seminar: Living with Wildlife: Insights from conservation research, technology and education programs in India, April 11 Charlotte Chang
Apr 23-24 Baba Brinkman Rap artist and playwright Performed the world premiere of his Rap Guide to Culture, April 23
  May 2019
May 1-Jun 30 Brielle Kwarta Mathematics, Univ. of Washington Extensions of the SRE project on economic modeling of free-roaming cats in Knox County: management strategies to balance the benefits and the costs of control programs Charles Sims, Suzanne Lenhart
May 6-9 Noa Pinter-Wollman Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of California, Los Angeles Developing topological tools for multiscale feedback in collaborative behavioral systems Nina Fefferman
May 10-17 Andrew Morozov Mathematics, Univ. of Leicester, UK Continue collaboration stemming from the Long Transients Working Group meeting Sergey Gavrilets, Sergei Petrovskii
May 10-17
Sergei Petrovskii
Mathematics, Univ. of Leicester, UK Continue collaboration stemming from the Long Transients Working Group meeting. Sergey Gavrilets, Andrew Morozov
May 28-31 Irina Vortkamp Mathematics & Computer Science, Osnabrück Univ. Optimization methods for discrete time models in agricultural land use Suzanne Lenhart
May 29-Jun 3 Jason Bintz Mathematics, Johnson Univ., Tennessee Use of optimal control theory for resource allocation in population models; Modeling the infectious disease Clostridioides difficile Suzanne Lenhart
  July 2019
Jul 14-31 Oscar Martinez Mathematics, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur Using spatial ecology tools to assess the conservation status of Mesoamerican bees Mona Papes, Luis Carrasco Tornero
Jul 15-Aug 2 Tony Jhwueng Statistics, Feng-Chia Univ. Studying Phylogenetic Trait Evolution through Bridge Processes Brian O'Meara
July 16-18 Gesham Magombedze Center for Infectious Diseases Research and Experimental Therapeutics, Baylor Health Care Mathematical and biological modeling of Johne's disease immunology Shigetoshi Eda
July 16-18 Judith Stabel USDA, Infectious Bacterial Diseases Research: Ames, IA Mathematical and biological modeling of Johne's disease immunology Shigetoshi Eda
Jul 21-26 Eric Numfor Mathematics, Agusta College Cell-to-cell model of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Suzanne Lenhart
Jul 29-Aug 3 Lauren Childs Mathematics, Virginia Tech Modeling malaria parasite diversity Nina Fefferman
  August 2019
Week of Aug 5th Gary C. An Division of Acute Care Surgery, Univ. of Vermont Larner College of Medicine Control Discovery Techniques Applied to Mathematical Models for Critical Care Medicine Judy Day
Aug 25-31 Heather Brooks Mathematics, UCLA Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Candice Price Mathematics, Univ. of San Diego Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Maryann Hohn Statistics and Applied Probability, UC Santa Barbara Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Shelby Wilson Mathematics, Morehouse College Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Ami Radunskaya Mathematics, Pomona College Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Suzanne Sindi Mathematics, UC Merced Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
Aug 25-31 Nakeya Williams U.S. Military Academy, West Point Parasite risks and the evolution of social behaviors and emergent population organization ADVANCE group: Nina Fefferman, Heather Brooks, Candice Price, Maryann Hohn, Shelby Wilson, Ami Radunskaya, Suzanne Sindi, Nakeya Williams
  September 2019
Sep TBA Brooke Maslo Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, Rutgers Univ. The Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics of Invasive Diseases in Host Meta-Populations Nina Fefferman
Sep 10 Jeremy Van Cleve Biology, Univ. of Kentucky DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar: Components of cooperation: Synergy in structured populations and the evolution of guilt




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