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NIMBioS Visitor Calendar Archive

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NIMBioS Visitor Calendar

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
  September 2018
Aug 17-Dec 16 Luis Melara Mathematics, Shippensburg Univ. Optimal control models for treatment of eye disease. Seminar: Nov 27, Topic: TBA Lenhart
Aug 22-Dec 16 Olivia Prosper Mathematics, Univ. of Kentucky Epidemiological models that incorporate heterogeneity to study malaria and the opioid crisis. Seminar: Oct 30, Topic: TBA Lenhart
Sep 4 Shandelle Henson Mathematics, Biology, Andrews Univ., Berrien Springs, MI; Editor-in-Chief, Natural Resource Modeling Seminar: Climate change and tipping points for seabird colonies in the Pacific Northwest
Sep 16-21 Luc Doyen Director of Research CNRS, GREThA, Univ. of Bordeaux, France Paul Armsworth
Sep 23-27 Heather Jordan Biological Sciences, Mississippi State Univ. Modeling Buruli Ulcer Disease Lenhart, Edholm, Small
Sep 23-27 Pamela Small Microbiology (Emeritus), Univ. of Tennessee Modeling Buruli Ulcer Disease Lenhart, Edholm, Small
Sep 30-Oct 5 John Jungck Biological Sciences, Univ. of Delaware Seminar: Oct 2, Topic: TBA Louis Gross, Raina Robeva
Sep 30-Oct 3 Raina Robeva Mathematics, Sweet Briar College; Director of the Center for Engineering, Science and Technology in Society Louis Gross, John Jungck
  August 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
Jul 23-Aug 8 Yoram Louzoun Mathematics, Bar Ilan, Israel Vitaly Ganusov
Jul 23-Aug 9 Tony Jhwueng Statistics, Feng-Chia Univ. Investigating a numerical parameter estimation issue in phylogenetic comparative methods Brian O'Meara
Jul 25-Aug 1 Candice Price Mathematics, UC San Diego Developing novel mathematical metrics for studying multi-layer networks influence on animal and human behavior Nina Fefferman
Aug 3-7 Guihong Fan Mathematics, Columbus State Univ. Modeling West Nile Virus Suzanne Lenhart
Aug 17-Dec 16 Luis Melara Mathematics, Shippensburg Univ. Optimal control models for treatment of eye disease Lenhart
Aug 22-Dec 16 Olivia Prosper Mathematics, Univ. of Kentucky Epidemiological models that incorporate heterogeneity to study malaria and the opioid crisis Lenhart
  July 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
Jul 4-12 Lisa McManus Ecology, Evolution, & Natural Resources, Rutgers Univ. Modeling fishing-hunting transitions with implications for biodiversity and food security Charlotte Chang
Jul 4-12 Andrew Tilman Biology, Univ. of Pennsylvania Modeling fishing-hunting transitions with implications for biodiversity and food security Charlotte Chang
Jul 23-Aug 8 Yoram Louzoun Mathematics, Bar Ilan, Israel Vitaly Ganusov
Jul 23-Aug 9 Tony Jhwueng Statistics, Feng-Chia Univ. Investigating a numerical parameter estimation issue in phylogenetic comparative methods Brian O'Meara
Jul 25-Aug 1 Candice Price Mathematics, UC San Diego Developing novel mathematical metrics for studying multi-layer networks influence on animal and human behavior Nina Fefferman
  June 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
May 2-TBAXiangping LiuAgricultural and Resource Economics, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville Developing a cost-effective payment system for forest carbon sequestrationPaul Armsworth, Seong-Hoon Cho
May 31-Jun 2Miguel AcevedoBiology, University of Puerto RicoSpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
May 31-Jun 2Nick RuktanonchaiGeography, Univ. of SouthhamptonSpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
May 31-Jun 2Olivia ProsperMathematics, Univ. of KentuckySpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
Jun 4-30Simon Carrignon Barcelona Supercomputing Center Applying the tools of evolutionary biology to modeling cultural evolution Alex Bentley, Michael Gilchrist
  May 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
May 2-TBAXiangping LiuAgricultural and Resource Economics, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville Developing a cost-effective payment system for forest carbon sequestrationPaul Armsworth, Seong-Hoon Cho
May 31-Jun 2Miguel AcevedoBiology, University of Puerto RicoSpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
May 31-Jun 2Nick RuktanonchaiGeography, Univ. of SouthhamptonSpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
May 31-Jun 2Olivia ProsperMathematics, Univ. of KentuckySpatial complexities in vector-borne disease dynamicsNourridine Siewe
  April 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
  March 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
Mar 9-17Eric Ngang CheMathematics, Howard Univ. Risk structured model of cholera infections in CameroonNourridine Siewe
Mar 12-16Kokum DeSilvaMathematics, Univ. of Peradeniya Suzanne Lenhart
Mar 13-24Zachary MarionBiology, Univ. of Nevada, RenoJames Fordyce
Mar 15-22Frank HilkerApplied Systems Science, Osnabrück Univ.Suzanne Lenhart, Danielle Burton
  February 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
  January 2018
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 Oyita UdianiNSF Postdoctoral FellowLearning in models of animal behavior: A novel game-theoretical approach Nina Fefferman
Jan 15-16Ben LevyMathematics, Fitchburg State Univ. Models of plant and insect communities in BeninSuzanne Lenhart, Orou Gaoue, and Christina Edholm
Jan 15-27Sarah DrohanApplied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton Univ.Hunting as an optimal stopping problem in indiscriminate harvesting systemsCharlotte Chang




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