SIAM Knights is the student chapter of Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) at the University of Central Florida.
The student chapter is proudly hosting this inaugural student conference on Friday May 17th, 2019 to provide invaluable opportunities to develop networks with faculty members outside of the classroom, share ideas and research with people with similar interests, learn about career options, and develop leadership skill.
The theme of the inaugural conference is on mathematical biology and modeling. The conference features two keynote lectures given by one senior faculty and one junior faculty, and consists of several student talks.
Workshop Schedule (program)
|Pauline van den Driessche
|Discrete-Time Infectious Disease Models
|Impact of Asymmetric Movement on the Spatial Spread of an Infectious Disease
|Optimal Semi-Analytical Method to Solve Nonlinear Differential Equations Arising in Epidemiology
|Rigorous Analysis of an Edge-Based Network Disease Model
|Distributed Control of Spreading Processes in General Networks
|Modeling Disease Immunity Dynamics
|Modeling Disease Impact of Vibrio-Phage Interactions
|Clustering in Statistical Ill-Posed Linear Inverse Problems
|Further Applications of Target Reproduction Numbers
|Photo & Concluding Remarks
- Nazar Emirov
- Rasika Rajapakshage
- Poroshat Yazdanbakhshghahyazi
- Joseph Brennan
- Zhisheng Shuai