- 12/01/2018 J.A. Stotsky, V. Dukic, & D.M. Bortz. A Point Process Model for Generating Biofilms with Realistic Microstructure and Rheology, Eur. J. Appl. Math., 29(6):1141-1177, Dec. 2018
- 12/01/2018 E.P. Kightley, A. Pearson, J.A. Evans, & D.M. Bortz. Fragmentation of biofilm-seeded bacterial aggregates in shear flow, Eur. J. Appl. Math., 29(6):1062-1078, Dec. 2018
- 10/29/2018 The Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology (IQBio) program invites applications from exceptional students who have strong interdisciplinary interests and the ability to develop novel quantitative approaches to solve biological problems. Applications are due 12/15/2018.
- 9/22/2018 J.M. Wentz, A.R. Mendenhall, & D.M. Bortz. Pattern Formation in the Longevity-Related Expression of Heat Shock Protein-16.2 in Caenorhabditis elegans, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 80(10), 2669-2697, 2018
- 9/05/2018 The research of Jay Stotsky (APPM PhD 2018) was the focus of an article in the 2018 issue of DEIXIS (see page 19).
- 8/31/2018 The Department of Applied Mathematics is hiring an Assistant Professor to begin in August 2019. The position is in the area of high dimensional data analysis. Review of applications will begin October 16, 2018. Please see here for more information, including application instructions.
- 8/02/2018 We are excited to welcome new Assistant Professor Nancy Rodriguez-Bunn to the faculty in the Department of Applied Mathematics! Prof. Rodriguez-Bunn's research is on nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) with applications to urban crime, segregation, biological aggregation, chemotaxis, and ecology.
- 6/30/2018 J.T. Nardini & D.M. Bortz. Investigation of a Structured Fisher's Equation with Applications in Biochemistry, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 78(3), 1712–1736, 2018.
- 5/04/2018 Jay Stotsky has successfully defended his dissertation Mathematical and Computational Studies of the Biomechanics of Bacterial Biofilms. He will be starting as a postdoc in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Minnesota in the fall. Congratulations Dr. Stotsky!
- 4/20/2018: Sabina Altus has been selected for the 2018 Chancellor's Committee for Women Advocacy Award. Congratulations to Sabina!
- 4/09/2018: John Nardini has successfully defended his dissertation
*Partial Differential Equation Models of Collective Migration During Wound Healing.*He will be a starting as a postdoc at SAMSI in the fall. Congratulations Dr. Nardini! - 4/06/2018: Karin Leiderman will be giving the APPM colloquium at 3pm on Friday April 6 in ECCR 265 at 3:00pm. Prof. Leiderman is a mathematical biologist in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at the Colorado School of Mines and will be speaking about Mathematical modeling of hemostasis
- 3/28/2018 Sabina Altus has been awarded an NSF-MSGI. Congratulations to Sabina!
- 3/22/2018 The main Applied Math website has an article:Further Understanding of Wound Healing, describing a recent grant which was awarded to David Bortz, Xuedong Liu and Vanja Dukic.
- 3/12/2018 Lewis Baker will be spending the summer at Los Alamos National Laboratory in the Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Division as a CNLS summer GRA. Congratulations to Lewis!
- 3 /07/2018 Harry Dudley will be spending the summer at Argonne National Laboratory in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division as a Givens Associate. Congratulations to Harry!
- 2/02/2018 John Nardini has accepted a postdoctoral position in the NSF-funded Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute in North Carolina and will be starting there this fall. Congratulations to John!
- 2/01/2018 Jay Stotsky has accepted a postdoctoral position in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota and will be starting there in the fall. Congratulations to Jay!
- 1/01/2018 V. Dukic & D.M. Bortz,
*Uncertainty quantification using probabilistic numerics: application to models in mathematical epidemiology*, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, 26(2):223-232, 2018