Throughout many years mathematical and biological sciences have always benefited from their interplay. Each successive interaction enhances the fields: on one hand describing biological processes brings up new mathematical ideas and on the other hand the mathematical models help to gain deeper insights into biological phenomena.
In this spirit, the goal of this workshop is to highlight the strong connection between mathematics and biology by presenting various mathematical approaches. In particular, the topics will cover a broad variety of biological situations and will mainly focus on PDE and stochastic techniques in use, whose importance in the mathematical biology world increased significantly over the last years.
List of confirmed speakers (NOTE: this list will be updated as soon as we have a new date for the workshop!)
- Ellen Baake (Universität Bielefeld, Germany)
- Jean Clairambault (INRIA Paris, France)
- Carina Geldhauser (University of Sheffield, UK)
- Tommaso Lorenzi (University of St Andrews, UK)
- Angelika Manhart (University College London, UK)
- Sara Merino-Aceituno (University of Vienna, Austria)
- Benoît Perthame (Sorbonne-Université, Paris, France)
- Jan-Frederik Pietschmann (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
- Mariya Ptashnyk (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK)
- Emmanuel Schertzer (Sorbonne-Université, Paris, France)
- Helmut Schmidt (Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig, Germany)
- Cinzia Soresina (Technische Universität München, Germany)
- Christina Surulescu (TU Kaiserslautern, Germany)
In order to register, please send fill the form at this link by Monday, April, 13th 2020 at the latest. A new date for the registration will be announced in the next months.
A limited amount of financial support is available for master and
Ph.D. students attending the workshop and presenting a poster.
You can apply for it at
by Friday, April, 10th 2020 at the latest.
Details about the registration for financial support will be announced in the next months.
The poster of the workshop can be downloaded from
this link. An updated poster will be uploaded here in the next months.
- Alexandra Holzinger (TU Wien)
- Laura Kanzler (University of Vienna)
- Giulia Pilli (University of Vienna)
The Workshop Mathematical Models in Biology: PDE & Stochastic Approaches is organized with partial support of the SFB 65 Project Taming Complexity in Partial Differential Systems and from the Doctoral Program (DK) Dissipation and Dispersion in Nonlinear PDEs (both programs are financed through grants by the Austrian Science Fund - FWF), from the Vienna Center for Partial Differential Equations and from the Vienna School of Mathematics (VSM).