Workshop | New Mathematics at the Interface of Math and Biology
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About the Event
Historically, biology has inspired new mathematics, from Maxwell to Turing. In turn, breakthroughs in mathematics have generated new insights in biology. The sheer complexity of living beings lends itself to exploration of fields such as topology, complex geometry, dynamical systems, and probability theory. This workshop is meant to help bridge the gap between mathematics and biology by showing the potential for biology to influence and inform new math. Current research areas that exemplify the math:biology interface will be presented by Antonio Auffinger, Madhav Mani, Alexandria Volkening, and William Kath.