Bio Dynamics Days ' 2020    

Dynamical Systems with Applications to Biology:

Modeling, Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, ODE, PDE, DDE, Bifurcations, Chaos, Statistics, Stochastics, Data Science, Complex Systems and Interacting Networks. With applications to Biology (Neuroscience, Epidemics...)

-BDDAYS 2020 -
Bio Dynamics Days 2020
LMAH, FR CNRS 3335, Le Havre Normandie University, France
Courant Institute, NYU, New York, USA

The workshop will be held remotely during the month of June.

A series of talks on Dynamical Systems with Applications to Biology
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the workshop, which was to be held on April 29 an 30 at Le Havre Normandie University has moved online. It is coorganized between LMAH, FR CNRS 3335 and the Courant Institute. To avoid fatigue, it will consist in a series of 2 talks, delivered every Thursday in June.


The aim of the workshop is to bring together active scholars to talk about their recent works in the field of Dynamical Systems and their application to Biology. There will be a special interest to Epidemics and Neuroscience. The workshop is held thanks to the support of several structures including Le Havre Normandie University, New York University,Federation Normandie Mathematics FR-CNRS-3335,PEPS AMIES, IEA CNRS , ISCN, the Normandie region, European Funding XTERM. The following scholars are expected to give a talk. The list might increase/change in upcoming days as well as the program...
  • Joshua EPSTEIN, School of Global Public Health, New York University, USA, web page
  • Arnaud DUCROT, Le Havre Normandie University, France, web page
  • Jean-Pierre FRANCOISE, Sorbonne University, France, web page
  • Sonica SARAF, Center for Neural Science, New York University, USA
  • Calvin ZHANG-MOLINA, University of Arizona, USA, web page
  • Yuri BAKHTIN, Courant Institute, New York University, USA, web page
  • Vitaly VOLPERT, CNRS, Institut Camille Jordan, Lyon, France, web page
  • Alain MIRANVILLE, Poitiers University, France, web page
  • Yuri LATUSHKIN, Missouri University, USA, web page
  • Jacques DEMONGEOT, Grenoble University, France, web page

Program (might change a little bit...) Times are in New York (NY) US Eastern Standard Time / France times
Thursday June 4

  • 10h00 am (NY) / 4h00 pm (France) Joshua EPSTEIN

    Title: Contagion, Agent_Zero and Generative Social Science

  • 11h00 am (NY) / 5h00 pm (France) Arnaud DUCROT

    Title: Generalized Traveling Waves for a non-autonomous Reaction-Diffusion System of Epidemic Type

Thursday June 11

  • 10h00 am (NY) / 4h00 pm (France) Jean-Pierre FRANCOISE

    Title: Information Geometry and Integrable Systems

  • 11h00 am (NY) / 5h00 pm (France) Sonica SARAF

    Title: Malleability of gamma rhythms enhances population-level correlations

Thursday June 18

  • 10h00 am (NY) / 4h00 pm (France) Yuri LATUSHKIN

    Title: Stability of one-dimensional and multi-dimensional fronts in exponentially weighted norms for a class of reaction diffusion equations Abstract

  • 11h00 am (NY) / 5h00 pm (France) Calvin ZHANG-MOLINA

    Title: Modeling synaptic dynamics with randomness and plasticity Abstract

Thursday June 25

  • 10h00 am (NY) / 4h00 pm (France) Yuri BAKHTIN

    Title: Universal stastitics of incubation times and other applications of simple diffusion models Abstract

  • 11h00 am (NY) / 5h00 pm (France) Vitaly VOLPERT

    Title: Nonlocal and delay reaction-diffusion in mathematical immunology Abstract

Thursday July 2

  • 10h00 am (NY)/ 4h00 pm (France) Alain MIRANVILLE

    Title: Mathematical models for brain lactate kinetics Abstract

  • 11h00 am (NY)/ 5h00 pm (France) Jacques DEMONGEOT

    Title: Modelling epidemics: from Bernoulli-d'Alembert model to modern approaches. Example of the present COVID-19 outbreak modelling Abstract

  • Benjamin Ambrosio, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • M.A. Aziz-Alaoui, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
Organizing Comittee:
  • Lai-Sang Young, Courant Institute, NYU
  • Cyrille Bertelle, LITIS
  • Nathalie Corson, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Rodolphe Charrier, LITIS
  • Mohamed Maama, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Lois Naudin, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Valentina Lanza, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Nathalie Verdière, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Arnaud Ducrot, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Sylla Ahmadou, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
  • Zucheng Jin, LMAH, FR CNRS 3335
Scientific Comittee:
  • Lai-Sang Young, Courant Institute, New York University
  • Yuri Latushkin, University of Missouri
If you want to attend the workshop, please contact M.A. Aziz-Alaoui or Benjamin Ambrosio. Contact:
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