Applied and Computational Mathematics are essential branches of mathematics on the understanding of natural phenomena. Such an importance gives a great excuse to set up the Multidisciplinary Node of Applied Mathematics (NMMA) group. This group has been recently formed at the Instituto de Matemáticas Unidad Juriquilla, UNAM, which aims to work on problems where applied and computational mathematics find a niche. Researchers based on the Centro de Ciencias Matemáticas, UNAM Campus Morelia and the Instituto de Investigación en Matemáticas Aplicadas y Sistemas, UNAM, also collaborate with the group, which mainly consists of early career young researchers.
In order to build a collaboration network for the NMMA and celebrate his formation, the Instituto de Matemáticas enthusiastically organises this conference, which will take place at the UNAM Campus Juriquilla. Topics to be addressed are such as evolutionary ecology, epidemiology, neurosciences, bioinformatics, pattern formation and mathematical methods, and theories and tools susceptible to be applied on these subjects.
This meeting seeks for: (a) bringing about researchers interested in mathematical and computational biology from different areas of expertise, and (b) establishing a research and collaborations network among peers from national and international institutions.
Participation is by invitation only. There is limited financial support to attend for students and young researchers; see 'Travel Award' section. Attendance is for free, and registration is on site only.
|Program||Monday 11||Tuesday 12||Wednesday 13|
|09:00-10:00||Pablo A Marquet||Michael Hochberg||Rolando Rebolledo|
|10:00-10:30||Elizabeth Santiago||Alejandra Medina||Juan C. Jáuregui|
|11:00-12:00||Zhilan Feng||Peter Stadler||Ivan Santamaría|
|12:00-13:00||Marcos Capistrán||Denis Thieffry||
|15:00-15:30||Víctor Breña||Luz de Teresa|
|15:45-16:45||Bedr’Edinne Ainseba||Maribel Hernández|
|16:45-17:45||Guillermo Ramírez||Gerardo Hernández|
|12:00-13:00||José Luis Aragón|
This award supports students and young researchers attendance, and covers accommodation, lunch and partially local transportation between hotel and event venue.
A suitable candidate for this financial support application should be enrolled on a graduate program on mathematics, physics, engineering, computer sciences, and biology with strong interests on mathematics.
Students nearly to earn an undergraduate degree with a high grade point average are also encouraged to apply.
To whom earn such an award, a double-sided soft copy of an official identification will be asked to provide.
How to get UNAM Campus Juriquilla from Mexico City airport.
Travelling to Querétaro from Mexico City International Airport can be done by coach. To do so, Primera Plus is a very comfortable coach brand and is recommended. Counters are located in both airport terminals, and coach tickets cost close to MXN$300.00 (~US$18.00) one way. No prior booking is needed. Clear indications on how-to-get to coach terminal can be easily spotted in both airport terminals.
Once Querétaro is reached, the best way to get Juriquilla from coach terminal is by taxi. Counters are located in there and also right next to taxi boarding area; there is no way to book a taxi online.
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