BaMBA 2015

BaMBA 2015

Biology and Mathematics in the Bay Area

9AM to 5PM, October 17th 2015

San Jose State University, Student Union, Ballroom

Parking on Saturday, October 17th:
There is $5 all day parking on Saturdays in San Jose Public garages. 
http://parksj.org/parking-programs-services/evening-parking/

The closest one is the Fourth Street garage. 
Go to http://parksj.org/parking-map/lots-and-garages-list/  and choose Fourth Street garage for information.

BaMBA 2015 Agenda

BaMBA is a one-day meeting aimed at creating a fairly informal atmosphere to explore the role of mathematics in biology. Going beyond traditional applied mathematics, the topics include applications of algebraic, topological, statistical and computational methods. Our goal is to encourage dialogue between researchers and students from different disciplines in an atmosphere that promotes the open exchange of ideas and viewpoints. We expect a day full of enticing discussions!

Invited Speakers:

Steven Brenner, UC Berkeley

Carina Curto, Pennsylvania State University

Folarin Erogbogbo, San Jose State University

Haiyan Huang, UC Berkeley

Nicolette Meshkat, Santa Clara University

 

Participation in BaMBA is free and open to everyone, but registration is required. Attendance is limited to 100. The registration deadline is Tuesday, October 13th, 2015. Undergraduates, graduates, and postdocs involved in mathematical and computational investigations of biological systems are invited to submit an abstract for a poster presentation.

Click here to register

Click here to submit poster abstract

Organizers:

Javier Arsuaga, UC Davis

Bem Cayco, San Jose State University

Sami Khuri, San Jose State University

Michael Levitt, Stanford University

Bernd Sturmfels, UC Berkeley

Mariel Vazquez, UC Davis

 

Sponsors:

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Department of Computer Science, San Jose State University

Mathematics and Statistics Department, San Jose State University

Computer Science Club, San Jose State University

Center for Computing for Life Sciences (CSLS), San Francisco State University