We are please to announce that the keynote for the symposium is
Gordon C. Ashton Memorial Biometrics
to be delivered by Professor W. John
Braun of the University of Western Ontario.
The topic of the symposium this year is
Dynamical Systems and Discrete Methods in Biology.
We anticipate contributed talks by researchers and talks and posters
by graduate students. The symposium is intended to provide a friendly
environment for graduate students to present their research and
receive feedback from the community.
Topics for posters and talks include (but are not limited to)
biological applications of:
- Discrete dynamical systems;
- Agent based models;
- Statistical and computational models for discrete data;
- Computational intelligence;
- Simulation studies and techniques.
- August 15th: deadline for e-mail submission of abstracts for
posters and talks.
- August 20th: acceptance of talks and posters.
- September 3rd: symposium at the University of Guelph.