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July 1(Mon) 10:00-11:40

Session code Session Title / Organizers & Chairs
Abstract / Presenter
Room
MS082-MFBM-M1 Differential Equations in Health and Biosciences 107(1F)
Organizers
Yanni Xiao Xi'an Jiaotong University
Libin Rong University of Florida
Mingwang Shen Xi'an Jiaotong University
Session Chair
Yanni Xiao Xi'an Jiaotong University
  • MS08_0810
    A predator-prey system with a variable habitat for predators in open advective environments
    Xianning Liu Southwest University
  • MS08_0337
    West Nile virus diffusive models with climate warming and seasonal succession
    Zhigui Lin Yangzhou University
  • MS08_0331
    Evaluating the impact of diagnostic delay and vaccination with an age-structured model
    Ling Xue Harbin Engineering University
MS006-IMMU-M1 Interdisciplinary role of Viral Dynamics I/II 108(1F)
Organizers
Shingo Iwami Nagoya University
Session Chair
Shingo Iwami Nagoya University
  • MS04_0991
    Modeling SARS-CoV-2 evolution in severely immunocompromised individuals
    Katherine Owens Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
  • MS04_0435
    Within-host evolution of SARS-CoV-2 in immunocompromised COVID-19 patients
    Xiaoyan Deng University of Montreal
  • MS04_0643
    Exploring virus evolution and adaptation through genetic algorithms on fitness landscapes
    Ryo Yamaguchi Hokkaido University
  • MS04_0384
    Multi-scale modelling of COVID-19 outbreak risks
    William Hart Oxford University
MS069-MFBM-M1 Mathematical Modeling on Virus, Bacteria, or Infection 217(2F)
Organizers
Hwayeon Ryu Elon University
Qimin Huang The College of Wooster
Session Chair
Hwayeon Ryu Elon University
  • MS08_0884
    An agent based model of phage activity in a biofilm
    Rebecca Segal Virginia Commonwealth University
  • MS08_0367
    Traveling waves for a virus/bacteria model on 2-D lattice
    Ran Zhang Heilongjiang University
  • MS08_0629
    AS1 bacterium in Anopheles mosquitoes
    Yanyu Xiao University of Cincinnati
  • MS08_0386
    Asymptotic behavior of the basic reproduction number in an age-structured SIS epidemic patch model
    Hao Kang Tianjin University
  • MS08_0911
    Age-dependent models of acute lung injury induced by infection or ventilation
    Angela Reynolds Virginia Commonwealth University
MS075-CDEV-M1 Dynamics of Calcium Signaling in Various cellular Systems 218(2F)
Organizers
Anmar Khadra Physiology Department, McGill University
Session Chair
Anmar Khadra Physiology Department, McGill University
  • MS02_0409
    Evoked and Spontaneous Ca2+ Transients in Oligodendrocytes
    Anmar Khadra Physiology Department, McGill University
  • MS02_0355
    The effect of feedbacks on the statistics of interspike intervals in IP3-induced Ca2+ signalling
    Martin Falcke Department of Physics, Humboldt University
  • MS02_0445
    Modeling local Ca2+ signaling in T cells
    Genevieve Dupont Unit of Theoretical Chronobiology, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • MS02_0601
    Stochastic properties and spatial distribution of IP3 receptors influences heart function and heart growth
    Vijay Rajagopal Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Melbourne, Australia
MS030-OTHE-M1 Biofluids and biomechanics: theory, experiments, modeling, and simulations 219(2F)
Organizers
Sookkyung Lim University of Cincinnati
Sarah Olson Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Lisa Fauci Tulane University
Session Chair
Sookkyung Lim University of Cincinnati
  • MS10_0509
    Two-phase Continuum Models of Thrombosis
    Aaron Fogelson University of Utah
  • MS10_0976
    Solving the motions of a vesicle as an incompressible interface with bending in Navier-Stokes flows
    Yunchang Seol Chonnam National University
  • MS10_0439
    A multigrid method for interacting structures with applications to biofluids
    Weifan Liu Beijing Forestry University
  • MS10_0762
    Permeable Tube Networks
    Dane Johnson Worcester Polytechnic Institute
CT09-ECEVP-M1-1 ECEVP Subgroup Contributed Talks 220(2F)
Session Chair
Giphil Cho Kangwon National University
  • CT09_0191
    Optimal harvest strategies with catch-based price for Chub Mackerel in South Korea
    Giphil Cho Kangwon National University
  • CT09_0032
    Time delays drive coevolutionary dynamics in consumer-resource metapopulations
    Kenichi Okamoto University of St. Thomas
  • CT09_0149
    Mathematical modelling of grandmother care and the origins of menopause
    Anthia Le The University of Queensland
  • CT09_0281
    How can interspecific pollen transfer affect co-evolution and coexistence of two closely related plant species?
    Keiichi Morita The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, SOKENDAI
CT05-MEPI-M1-1 MEPI Subgroup Contributed Talks 221(2F)
Session Chair
Geunsoo Jang Kyungpook National University
  • CT05_0084
    Estimation of the early detection for the outbreaks of the Seasonal Infectious Diseases using Machine Learning
    Geunsoo Jang Kyungpook National University
  • CT05_0204
    An inverse problem formulation for estimating disease prevalence and test sensitivity and specificity
    Nora Gilbertson University of Washington
  • CT05_0218
    Transmission Dynamics of COVID-19 in Nepal: Insights from Mathematical Modeling
    Khagendra Adhikari Tribhuvan University
  • CT05_0153
    Exploring the Role of Water Levels in the Transmission of Schistosomiasis
    Bouasy Doungsavanh National University of Laos
MS010-EDUC-M1 Recent perspectives on mathematical-biology education 222(2F)
Organizers
Stacey Smith? The University of Ottawa
Michael Kelly Transylvania University
Session Chair
Michael Kelly Transylvania University
  • MS03_0333
    Nuevas Voces and PIC Math: Environmental Data Justice in Undergraduate Courses
    Carrie Diaz Eaton Bates College
  • MS03_0816
    Open Access Compartmental Modeling
    Meredith Greer Bates College
  • MS03_0318
    Self-directed vs classroom teaching in a large class
    Stacey Smith? The University of Ottawa
  • MS03_0681
    SMB Postdoc Cohort Communities: Providing support for the transition to independence in interdisciplinary research
    Laura Strube University of Pittsburgh
  • MS03_0484
    Introducing an interdisciplinary data science program to the liberal arts
    Michael Kelly Transylvania University
MS067-CDEV-M1 Modeling complex systems across scales in cell and developmental biology 303(3F)
Organizers
Yi Jiang Georgia State University
William Martinson University of Oxford
Bradford Peercy University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Alexandria Volkening Purdue University
Session Chair
Yi Jiang Georgia State University
  • MS02_0934
    Collective cancer invasion with and without leader
    Yi Jiang Georgia State University
  • MS02_0836
    Modeling Multi-scale Emergent Development and Homeostasis with CompuCell3D
    James Glazier Indiana University
  • MS02_0745
    Hair follicle cell fate regulations and the effect on the follicle growth control
    Qixuan Wang University of California, Riverside
  • MS02_0139
    Direct vs indirect activation of ZEB lead to stabilization of alternate states in a tristable model of epithelial to mesenchymal transition
    Anupam Dey University of Southern California
CT07-ONCO-M1 ONCO Subgroup Contributed Talks 305(3F)
Session Chair
  • CT07_0002
    Mitigating non-genetic resistance to checkpoint inhibition based on multiple states of immune exhaustion
    Irina Kareva EMD Serono
  • CT07_0082
    Control Metastatic Tumor Growth: from Modeling to Numerical Results
    Iulia Martina Bulai University of Sassari
  • CT07_0959
    Population level tumor dynamics with metastatic seeding under global capacity
    Pirmin Schlicke MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • CT07_0293
    Evolution on graphs and the transition to cancer
    Chay Paterson University of Manchester
  • CT07_0172
    A special stochastic model of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) initiation with hepatitis B virus (HBV) DNA integration
    Jun Nakabayashi Tokyo Medical and Dental University
MS015-ECEVP-M1 Population Dynamics in Biology, Agriculture, and Medicine 316(3F)
Organizers
Olga Vasilieva Universidad del Valle
Maria Soledad Aronna Fundação Getulio Vargas
Session Chair
Olga Vasilieva Universidad del Valle
  • MS09_0912
    Dynamics and biological control of the sugarcane borer though the use of parasitoids
    Maria Soledad Aronna Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio-de-Janeiro
  • MS09_0625
    The role of phone dating apps in increased incidence of sexually transmitted infections
    Fabio Milner Arizona State University, Temple AZ
  • MS09_0506
    On some mathematical issues about the Sterile Insect Technique against fruit fly
    Yves Dumont CIRAD - Réunion Island
  • MS09_0772
    Evaluation of syndromic-based sentinel surveillance of infectious diseases in South Korea
    Sukhyun Ryu Konyang University
  • MS09_0920
    Modeling the impacts of biogenic amines on Anopheles mosquitos and malaria transmission
    Michael Robert Virginia Tech, Blacksburg VA
MS017-MFBM-M1 Dynamics of biological interaction network models 3 317(3F)
Organizers
Polly Yu Harvard University
Xiaoxian Tang Beihang University
Session Chair
Badal Joshi California State University San Marcos
  • MS08_0326
    Oscillations in two-species quadratic mass-action systems
    Balázs Boros University of Vienna
  • MS08_0989
    Multistability of Small Reaction Networks
    Xiaoxian Tang Beihang University
  • MS08_0594
    Reaction network operations that double the steady-state capacity
    Tung Nguyen Texas A&M University
  • MS08_0839
    Robustness and multistationarity conditions for interaction networks with nondegenerate steady states
    Oskar Henriksson University of Copenhagen
MS026-CDEV-M1 Mechanical Control of Health and Disease 318(3F)
Organizers
Fabian Spill University of Birmingham
Session Chair
Fabian Spill University of Birmingham
  • MS02_0951
    Unravelling mechanobiochemical models for 2- and 3-D cell migration: from single to collective cell behaviour.
    Anotida Madzvamuse University of British Columbia
  • MS02_0418
    Investigating cell-stroma physical interactions in DCIS progression with silicoDCIS
    Ana Forero Pinto Moffitt Cancer Center
  • MS02_0783
    Computational modeling establishes mechanotransduction as a potent entrainment cue for the mammalian circadian clock
    Padmini Rangamani UCSD
  • MS02_0897
    Non-Local Multiscale Modelling of Collective Cell Migration within Tumour Invasion
    Dumitru Trucu University of Dundee
  • MS02_0945
    Mechano-chemical regulation of endothelial permeability - an insilico study
    Pradeep Keshavanarayana University College London
CT05-MEPI-M1-2 MEPI Subgroup Contributed Talks 319(3F)
Session Chair
Viswanathan Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Arunachalam Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • CT05_0125
    Stochastic Modelling of Epidemic Dynamics with Random Perturbations for Acute Respiratory Diseases
    Viswanathan Arunachalam Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • CT05_0230
    Predictability of emerging pathogen outbreak dynamics: chikungunya virus as a case study
    Alexander Dolnick Meyer University of Notre Dame
  • CT05_0089
    Stochastic Modeling of Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak and Analysis of Efficient Combination of Pharmaceutical and Non-pharmaceutical Interventions
    Youngsuk Ko Konkuk University
  • CT05_0248
    Comparison of data assimilation and machine learning for prediction of hand, foot and mouth disease outbreak in Korea
    Sieun Lee Pusan National University
  • CT05_0035
    Mathematical assessment of the role of intervention programs for malaria control
    Maame Akua Korsah University of Melbourne
CT09-ECEVP-M1-2 ECEVP Subgroup Contributed Talks 421(4F)
Session Chair
  • CT09_0891
    A simulation study on the antimicrobial mechanism of avian eggshell membranes
    Seungwoo Sim National Institute of Ecology
  • CT09_0016
    The effect of drive performance, density dependence, and life history traits on spatial models of suppression gene drive
    Xinyue Zhang Peking University
  • CT09_0042
    Host-host interactions drive the evolution of virulence in multi-host parasites
    Claire Evensen University of California Berkeley
  • CT09_0262
    Conservation attitudes of people towards wildlife in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
    Shahab Ud Din Kyungpook National University, Sangju campus
MS011-OTHE-M1 Dynamic Strategies, Spatial Patterns, and Model-Guided Insights in Biological Systems 420(4F)
Organizers
Xiaojun Tian Arizona State University
Tian Hong University of Tennessee
Xiongfei Fu Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology
Xun Tang Louisiana State University
Xun Tang Louisiana State University
Session Chair
Xiongfei Fu Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology
  • MS10_0589
    Model-guided Design of Biological Regulators
    Xun Tang Louisiana State University
  • MS10_0536
    Quantitative effects of co-culture on T cell motility and cancer-T cell interactions
    Xuefei Li Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • MS10_0696
    Optimal cell shape for accurate chemical gradient sensing in eukaryote chemotaxis
    Yuansheng Cao Tsinghua University
  • MS10_0500
    Navigated range expansion promotes migratory culling
    Xiongfei FU Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology
CT10-OTHE-M1 Others Subgroup Contributed Talks 419(4F)
Session Chair
  • CT10_0362
    Optimal run-and-tumble navigation in porous media
    Yang Bai Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, CAS
  • CT10_0066
    Modeling measles infection dose responses
    Anet Anelone Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore,
  • CT10_0296
    Modeling microscale biofluids
    Amy Buchmann University of San Diego
  • CT10_0437
    Classification of Yeast Proteins via Kernel Matrix Completion and Topological Data Analysis
    Ela Mae Arcayera Riñon University of the Philippines-Diliman

July 1(Mon) 14:00-15:40

Session code Session Title / Organizers & Chairs
Abstract / Presenter
Room
MS082-MFBM-M2 Differential Equations in Health and Biosciences 107(1F)
Organizers
Yanni Xiao Xi'an Jiaotong University
Libin Rong University of Florida
Mingwang Shen Xi'an Jiaotong University
Session Chair
Libin Rong University of Florida
  • MS08_0870
    A Phenomenological Model of Immune Exhaustion
    Jonathan Forde Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • MS08_0610
    The basic reproduction ratio for an ecological model with internal nutrient storage
    Feng-Bin Wang Chang Gung University
  • MS08_0872
    Mathematical Models of Spatiotemporal Distribution of HIV in the Brain: Implication to Ideal Antiretroviral Therapy
    Naveen Vaidya San Diego State University
  • MS08_0368
    Modeling and analysis of aggregation formation in bacterial colonies
    Zhaosheng Feng University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
MS006-IMMU-M2 Interdisciplinary role of Viral Dynamics I/II 108(1F)
Organizers
Shingo Iwami Nagoya University
Session Chair
Joshua Schiffer Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
  • MS04_0381
    Using epidemiological models to estimate viral outbreak risks
    Robin Thompson University of Oxford
  • MS04_0928
    Quantifying vaccine effect and individual variation in susceptibility using human challenge studies
    Fuminari Miura National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
  • MS04_0701
    Designing isolation guidelines for mpox patients with variable infectiousness profiles
    Yongdam Jeong Nagoya University
  • MS04_0394
    Modeling the effects of cell-specific IFN-γ during influenza and secondary bacterial infections
    Amber Smith University of Tennessee
  • MS04_0775
    Viral co-infections that protect against lethal influenza
    Esteban Hernandez Vargas University of Idaho
MS024-MFBM-M2 Biological Oscillations: from molecular to wearable data 217(2F)
Organizers
Jae Kyoung Kim Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST
Dae Wook Kim Department of Mathematics, Sogang University
Session Chair
Dae Wook Kim Department of Mathematics, Sogang University
  • MS08_0929
    Modeling Circadian Rhythms in Cardiac Dynamics
    Casey Diekman Department of Mathematical Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • MS08_0321
    Modeling the circadian regulation of cardiac pacemaking function
    Pan Li Biomedical Mathematics Group, Institute for Basic Science
  • MS08_1028
    Price of daily biological rhythms: How to resolve by rhythmic degradation with steady post-translational regulation
    Pan-Jun Kim Department of Biology, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • MS08_0432
    Modeling the interplay between circadian clock and metabolism
    Didier Gonze Université Libre de Bruxelles
MS032-MEPI-M2 Mathematics in Medicine 218(2F)
Organizers
Katharine Gurski Howard University
Joon Ha Howard University
Yeona Kang Howard University
Session Chair
Yeona Kang Howard University
  • MS05_0614
    Epidemiological models with age and spatial structures
    Zhilan Feng NSF
  • MS05_0632
    Extended-Release Cabotegravir and the Rise of Drug-Resistant HIV
    Yeona Kang Howard University
  • MS05_0433
    A mathematical model-derived parameter during continuous glucose monitoring
    Jazmin Jones Howard University
  • MS05_0470
    Crafting Mathematical Models for Type 2 Diabetes Progression: Leveraging Longitudinal Data as the Guide
    Boya Yang National Institutes of Health
MS030-OTHE-M2 Biofluids and biomechanics: theory, experiments, modeling, and simulations 219(2F)
Organizers
Sookkyung Lim University of Cincinnati Sarah Olson Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Lisa Fauci Tulane University
Session Chair
Enkeleida Lushi New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • MS10_0685
    Cortical Dynein’s Role in Centrosome Movement and Clustering
    Sarah Olson Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • MS10_0390
    Computational modeling of the forces experienced by an osteocyte process due to nearby wall roughness
    Jared Oliver Barber Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • MS10_0848
    Boundary conditions for reaction-diffusion systems in an Immersed Boundary framework
    Owen Lewis University of New Mexico
  • MS10_0975
    The mathematical model for glioma infiltration into the narrow intercellular space
    Sangkwon Kim The Institute of Basic Science, Korea University
MS066-ECEVP-M2 Modeling and computational strategies for structured models in ecology and epidemiology 220(2F)
Organizers
Jordi Ripoll University of Girona
Francesca Scarabel University of Leeds
Session Chair
Jordi Ripoll University of Girona
  • MS09_0658
    Hopf bifurcation in a chronological age-structured SIR epidemic model
    Toshikazu Kuniya Kobe University
  • MS09_0871
    Novel methods for the analysis of household-structured infection data
    Lorenzo Pellis University of Manchester
  • MS09_0659
    Syndemic of HIV and tuberculosis in Brazil
    Fabio Milner Arizona State University
  • MS09_0401
    Reproduction numbers and how to approximate them: a general numerical method for age-structured models.
    Simone De Reggi University of Udine
CT05-MEPI-M2 MEPI Subgroup Contributed Talks 221(2F)
Session Chair
Andrei R. Akhmetzhanov National Taiwan University College of Public Health
  • CT05_0134
    Efficiency of interventions during the dengue outbreak in Taiwan, 2023
    Andrei R. Akhmetzhanov National Taiwan University College of Public Health
  • CT05_0245
    An extension of age-of-infection models: A SECIR model based on integro-differential equations for epidemic outbreaks
    Anna Wendler German Aerospace Center (DLR)
  • CT05_0972
    Global Technical Strategy (GTS) of Malaria Elimination in Sub-Saharan Africa: Analyzing Milestones Through Game-theoretic Modeling and Statistical Inference
    Laxmi Laxmi Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence
  • CT05_0215
    A lattice model of an infectious disease with a non-exponential distribution of the infectious period
    Itsuki Saito Shizuoka University
MS079-MEPI-M2 Advancing Public Health through Innovative Strategies and Mathematical Models 222(2F)
Organizers
Aurelio V De los Reyes University of the Philippines Diliman
Stacey Smith? The University of Ottawa
Maria Vivien Visaya University of Johannesburg
Session Chair
Stacey Smith? The University of Ottawa
  • MS05_0347
    Evaluating the Influence of the Feline Population on Canine Rabies Transmission Dynamics in Davao City, Philippines: An Application of Epidemiological and Simulation Models
    May Anne Mata University of the Philippines Mindanao
  • MS05_0520
    Estimation of the early detection for the infectious disease in Korea
    Hyojung Lee Kyungpook National University
  • MS05_0873
    Modeling the Co-Epidemic of Tuberculosis and HIV in the Philippines
    Aurelio V de los Reyes University of the Philippines Diliman
MS067-CDEV-M2 Modeling complex systems across scales in cell and developmental biology 303(3F)
Organizers
Yi Jiang Georgia State University
William Martinson University of Oxford
Bradford Peercy University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Alexandria Volkening Purdue University
Session Chair
Bradford Peercy University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • MS02_0575
    What does the actual geometry of the cell tell us?
    Sungrim Seirin-Lee Kyoto University
  • MS02_0417
    New computational tools and experiments reveal how geometry affects tissue growth in 3D printed scaffolds.
    Matthew Simpson Queensland University of Technology
  • MS02_0885
    Principle beyond soap bubble: topological defect and lumen nucleation in organoids
    Makasi Sano University of Tokyo
  • MS02_0838
    Complex Landscape Impact on Chemoattractant Distribution Dictates Trajectory Speed of Clustered Cell Migration
    Bradford Peercy University of Maryland, Baltimore County
MS012-ECEVP-M2 Biological models of nonlinear diffusion and advection 305(3F)
Organizers
Junping Shi College of William & Mary
Inkyung Ahn Korea University
Session Chair
Junping Shi College of William & Mary
  • MS09_0590
    Reaction-diffusion-advection models with switching of movement modes
    George Cosner University of Miami
  • MS09_0605
    Accelerated propagation in the KPP equation with nonlocal diffusion and free boundaries
    Yihong Du University of New England
  • MS09_0621
    Chemotactic cell aggregation viewed as instability and phase separation
    Yong-Jung Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • MS09_0787
    Global dynamics and spatiotemporal heterogeneity of a preytaxis model with prey-induced acceleration
    Zhian Wang HongKong Polytech University
  • MS09_0557
    Cross-diffusion limit in the Shigesada-Kawasaki-Teramoto model
    Kousuke Kuto Waseda University
MS015-ECEVP-M2 Population Dynamics in Biology, Agriculture, and Medicine 3 316(3F)
Organizers
OLGA VASILIEVA Universidad del Valle
Maria Soledad Aronna Fundação Getulio Vargas
Session Chair
Maria Soledad Aronna Fundação Getulio Vargas
  • MS09_0497
    Developing the control strategy of an infectious disease outbreak in Kuruma shrimp in the setting of aquaculture pond from limited epidemiological data
    Ryosuke Omori Hokkaido University, Sapporo
  • MS09_0467
    Mosquito Larval Control Optimization using Larvicide at a Botanical Garden
    Jesus Bellver-Arnau Center for Advanced Studies of Blanes, Girona
  • MS09_0350
    A Simple Mathematical Model Involving Chemotherapy and CAR T-Cells
    Paulo Mancera Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Botucatu
  • MS09_0802
    Analyzing Regional Heterogeneity and Containment Policy Effectiveness during COVID-19: A Data-Driven Approach
    Tobhin Kim Kyung Hee University
  • MS09_0351
    Optimal control of Diaphorina citri using pheromone trapping
    Olga Vasilieva Universidad del Valle, Cali
MS017-MFBM-M2 Dynamics of biological interaction network models 317(3F)
Organizers
Polly Yu Harvard University
Xiaoxian Tang Beihang University
Session Chair
Tung Nguyen Texas A&M University
  • MS08_0314
    A Lower Bound on the Dimension of the R-Disguised Toric Locus of a Reaction Network
    Jiaxin Jin The Ohio State University
  • MS08_0376
    Unveiling Surprising Connections Between the Classical Theory of Reaction Networks and Generalized Lotka-Volterra Systems
    Diego Rojas La Luz University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • MS08_0389
    A necessary condition for non-monotonic dose response
    Polly Yu Harvard University
  • MS08_0790
    Chemical mass-action systems as analog computers: implementing arithmetic computations at specified speed
    Badal Joshi California State University San Marcos
MS003-ONCO-M2 Emerging Researchers in Mathematical Oncology: The ONCO Subgroup Minisymposium 318(3F)
Organizers
Harsh Jain University of Minnesota Duluth
Jason George Texas A&M University
Linh Huynh Dartmouth College
Session Chair
Harsh Jain University of Minnesota Duluth
  • MS07_0785
    Application of State-transition theory and treatment modeling for predicting response to chemotherapy in a mouse model of acute myeloid leukemia
    Lisa Uechi City of Hope
  • MS07_0764
    A joint model of T2/FLAIR tumor volume dynamics and progression-free survival to make individual dynamic predictions for patients with recurrent high-grade glioma
    Daniel Glazar Moffitt Cancer Center
  • MS07_0687
    Balancing treatment efficacy and toxicity for sustained tumor control via nullclines
    Lois Okereke University of Texas Austin
  • MS07_0325
    Modelling the erosion of epigenetic landscape in cancer and ageing
    Daria Stepanova Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
  • MS07_0537
    Unravelling the connection between hypoxia and intra-tumour heterogeneity through mathematical modelling
    Giulia Laura Celora University College London
MS037-MFMB-M2 Efficient Theoretical and Computational Methods for Analyzing Stochastic Behaviors in Intracellular Reaction Processes 319(3F)
Organizers
Zhou Fang ETH Zurich
Elena Sofia D'Ambrosio ETH Zürich
Session Chair
Zhou Fang ETH Zurich
  • MS08_0771
    Stochastic Gene Expression in Lineage Trees
    Philipp Thomas Imperial College London
  • MS08_0554
    Holimap: an accurate and efficient method for solving stochastic gene network dynamics
    Chen Jia Beijing Computational Science Research Center
  • MS08_0853
    A generating function framework for fitting single-cell transcriptomic data to mechanistic models
    John Vastola Harvard University
  • MS08_0728
    Transient power-law behaviour following induction distinguishes between competing models of stochastic gene expression
    Andrew Nicoll University of Edinburgh
  • MS08_0611
    Universally valid reduction of multiscale stochastic biochemical systems using simple non-elementary propensities
    Yun Min Song Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
MS077-OTHE-M2 Computational modeling of biological systems and machine learning 421(4F)
Organizers
Huijing Du University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Weitao Chen University of California, Riverside
Wenrui Hao The Pennsylvania State University
Yuan Liu Wichita State University
Session Chair
Yuan Liu Wichita State University
  • MS10_0910
    Effects of cooperativity in transcription factors and DNA binding for robust gene expression
    Weitao Chen University of California, Riverside
  • MS10_0613
    Learn Multiple Patterns in Biological Systems Via Neural Networks
    Wenrui Hao The Pennsylvania State University
  • MS10_0729
    Discontinuous Galerkin methods for network patterning phase-field models
    Yuan Liu Wichita State University
  • MS10_0421
    Stochastic effects of interaction between viruses and defective interfering particles
    Wing-Cheong Lo City University of Hong Kong
MS011-OTHE-M2 Dynamic Strategies, Spatial Patterns, and Model-Guided Insights in Biological Systems 420(4F)
Organizers
Xiaojun Tian Arizona State University
Tian Hong University of Tennessee
Xiongfei Fu Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology
Xun Tang Louisiana State University
Session Chair
Tian Hong University of Tennessee
Xiaojun Tian Arizona State University
  • MS10_0761
    A continuous reaction-diffusion model for chromosomal inactivation
    Tian Hong University of Tennessee
  • MS10_0348
    Antithetic Feedback to Control Winner-Take-All Resource Competition
    Xiaojun Tian Arizona State University
  • MS10_0617
    Dynamics of gene regulation networks during cell phenotype transition
    Weikang Wang Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • MS10_0763
    Modeling Synthetic microbial consortia
    Xiao Wang Arizona State University
CT07-ONCO-M2 ONCO Subgroup Contributed Talks 419(4F)
Session Chair
Jason T. George Texas A&M University
  • CT07_0308
    Modeling Memory-Driven Phenotypic Adaptation to Predict Enzalutamide Resistance in Prostate Cancer
    Jason T. George Texas A&M University
  • CT07_0209
    A Mathematical model for BMP4 induced differentiation therapy in combination with radiotherapy in glioblastoma
    Nicholas Harbour University of Nottingham
  • CT07_0391
    Astrocyte Spatial Distribution Affects Growth Dynamics of Breast Cancer Brain Metastases: An Agent-Based Modeling Study
    Rupleen Kaur Cleveland Clinic

July 1(Mon) 16:00-17:40

Session code Session Title / Organizers & Chairs
Abstract / Presenter
Room
MS082-MFBM-M3 Differential Equations in Health and Biosciences 107(1F)
Organizers
Yanni Xiao Xi'an Jiaotong University
Libin Rong University of Florida
Mingwang Shen Xi'an Jiaotong University
Session Chair
Mingwang Shen Xi'an Jiaotong University
  • MS08_0570
    Research on dynamics of stochastic discrete models with white noise
    Bing Liu Anshan Normal University
  • MS08_0572
    Dynamics of a reaction-diffusion three-species food chain model: Effect of space-time white noise
    Haokun Qi Anshan Normal University
  • MS08_0656
    Impact of achieving WHO's 90-70-90 targets on cervical cancer elimination and potential benefits in preventing other HPV-related cancers in China
    Zhuoru Zou Xi’an Jiaotong University Health Science Centre
  • MS08_0478
    Optimizing health resource allocation for improving timely HIV diagnosis in China
    Mingwang Shen Xi’an Jiaotong University
CT06-NEUR-M3 NEUR Subgroup Contributed Talks 108(1F)
Session Chair
  • CT06_0041
    Encoding of odor modality information in precortical and cortical regions
    Cheng Ly Virginia Commonwealth University
  • CT06_0300
    Connecting CTLNs to Explicit Excitatory-Inhibitory Dynamics
    Caitlin Lienkaeper Boston University
  • CT06_0157
    Multi-Institutional Validation of Noninvasive [11C]DPA713 PET Brain Image Quantification Using Supervised Clustering Algorithms
    Youjin Lee Pusan National University
MS024-MFBM-M3 Biological Oscillations: from molecular to wearable data 217(2F)
Organizers
Jae Kyoung Kim Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST
Dae Wook Kim Department of Mathematics, Sogang University
Session Chair
Jae Kyoung Kim Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST
  • MS08_0813
    Genetic Resonance and Entrainment in Cellular Signalling
    Mogens Jensen Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
  • MS08_0818
    Cellular individuality in cyanobacterial circadian rhythm
    Hiroshi Ito Faculty of Design, Kyushu University
  • MS08_0837
    Noisy Delay Denoises Biochemical Oscillators
    William Ott Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
  • MS08_0717
    Collective behavior of proteins filters spatiotemporal noise for robust circadian rhythms
    Seok Joo Chae Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST
MS032-MEPI-M3 Mathematics in Medicine 218(2F)
Organizers
Katharine Gurski Howard University
Joon Ha Howard University
Yeona Kang Howard University
Session Chair
Yeona Kang Howard University
  • MS05_0608
    A real-time, personalized sleep intervention using mathematical modelling and wearable devices
    Yun Min Song The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • MS05_0648
    Accurate Prediction of Mood Episodes Using Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Features from Wearables
    Dongju Lim The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • MS05_0466
    Effect on tumor growth in systems of two different types of tumor-associated neutrophils: A mathematical model
    Haneol Cho Konkuk University
  • MS05_0876
    Bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and exosomes solve doxorubicin-induced chemobrain: A mathematical model
    Hyungchul Kim Konkuk University
  • MS05_0896
    Impact of Vaccination Attitudes in Infectious Disease Compartment Models
    Jane HyoJin Lee Stonehill College
MS030-OTHE-M3 Biofluids and biomechanics: theory, experiments, modeling, and simulations 219(2F)
Organizers
Sookkyung Lim University of Cincinnati
Sarah Olson Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Lisa Fauci Tulane University
Session Chair
Henry Shum University of Waterloo
  • MS10_0880
    Stoichiometric Model for the Microtubule-mediated Dynamics of Centrosome and Nucleus
    Yuan-Nan Young New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • MS10_0677
    Linear stability analysis of a coupled fluid-structure system using the method of regularized Stokeslets
    Dana Ferranti Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • MS10_0581
    Principles of Cell Organization
    Paula Vasquez University of South Carolina
  • MS10_0607
    Collective Dynamics of Self-avoidant, Secreting Particles
    Sang-Eun Lee Tulane University
MS066-ECEVP-M3 Modeling and computational strategies for structured models in ecology and epidemiology 220(2F)
Organizers
Jordi Ripoll University of Girona
Francesca Scarabel University of Leeds
Session Chair
Francesca Scarabel University of Leeds
  • MS09_0965
    Optimal control of maturity-structured populations with two applications: combination therapy of chronic Chlamydia and stem cell differentiation for tissue regeneration
    Gergely Röst University of Szeged
  • MS09_0538
    Pseudospectral method for numerical stability and bifurcation analysis of equations with infinite delay
    Rossana Vermiglio University of Udine
  • MS09_0345
    Numerical approach to an age-structured Lotka-Volterra model
    Jordi Ripoll University of Girona
  • MS09_0578
    Structured mathematical models of ecological invasion due to climate change
    Helena Stage University of Bristol
CT07-ONCO-M3 ONCO Subgroup Contributed Talks 221(2F)
Session Chair
Kit Gallagher University of Oxford
  • CT07_0205
    Personalizing cancer treatment schedules by integrating mathematical modeling with patient data
    Kit Gallagher University of Oxford
  • CT07_0275
    Battle of Cells: How Competition Impact Cancer Treatment Outcomes?
    Mohammadreza Satouri Delft University of Technology
  • CT07_0027
    Mathematical Modeling of Drug-Induced Persistence in Cancer
    Ji Tae Park Northeastern University
  • CT07_0249
    Integrating tumor kinetics and circulating cell-free DNA markers through mechanistic modeling for early prediction of immunotherapy response
    Linh Nguyen Phuong INRIA
MS079-MEPI-M3 Advancing Public Health through Innovative Strategies and Mathematical Models 222(2F)
Organizers
Aurelio V De los Reyes University of the Philippines Diliman
Stacey Smith? The University of Ottawa
Maria Vivien Visaya University of Johannesburg
Session Chair
Aurelio V De los Reyes University of the Philippines Diliman
  • MS05_0501
    Optimal Control with Piecewise Constant Functions in Epidemiological Models
    Victoria May Mendoza University of the Philippines Diliman
  • MS05_0487
    Cost-effective Control Strategies for Human Papillomavirus Transmission Dynamics
    Soyoung Kim National Institute for Mathematical Sciences
  • MS05_0664
    Infectious Diseases in Resource-Constrained Settings Through AI-Enhanced Case Identification Model
    Maria Vivien Visaya University of Johannesburg
  • MS05_0999
    Integrating One Health Strategies for Schistosomiasis japonica Control: A Mathematical Perspective
    Norvin Bansilan University of the Philippines Los Baños
MS018-CDEV-M3 Recent advances and diversity in mathematical medicine and biology by A3 young researchers 303(3F)
Organizers
Sungrim Seirin-Lee ASHBi/Graduate School of Medcine, Kyoto University
Lei Zhang Peking University
Jae kyoung Kim KAIST/Institute for Basic Science
Session Chair
Sungrim Seirin-Lee ASHBi/Graduate School of Medcine, Kyoto University
  • MS02_0618
    Geometric Quantification of Cell Phenotype Transition Manifolds with Information Geometry
    Weikang Wang Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • MS02_0877
    Integrated understanding of human PGCLC development using multi-scale mathematical modeling of gene-cell-BMP dynamics
    Michito Ujino Faculty of Medicine/ASHBi, Kyoto University
  • MS02_0803
    The application of solution landscape in cell fate decision
    Xiaoyi Zhang Center for Quantitative Biology, Peking University
  • MS02_0713
    ScLENS: Overcoming signal distortion and bias in scRNA-seq data analysis through data-driven dimensionality reduction
    Hyun Kim Institute for Basic Science
  • MS02_0860
    ScPLAN: A hierarchical computational framework for single transcriptomics data annotation, integration and cell-type label refinement
    Qirui Guo Center for Quantitative Biology, Peking University
MS012-ECEVP-M3 Biological models of nonlinear diffusion and advection 305(3F)
Organizers
Junping Shi College of William & Mary
Inkyung Ahn Korea University
Session Chair
Inkyung Ahn Korea University
  • MS09_0738
    Diffusion laws select boundary conditions
    Danielle Hilhorst Université Paris-Saclay
  • MS09_0823
    Dynamics and asymptotic profiles of nonlocal dispersal SIS epidemic models
    Shigui Ruan University of Miami
  • MS09_0358
    Spatial segregation in reaction-diffusion epidemic models
    Hao Wang University of Alberta
  • MS09_0620
    Blow-up prevention in a chemotaxis consumption model with ratio-dependent motility
    Changwook Yoon Chungnam National University
  • MS09_0819
    Biological aggregations from spatial memory and nonlocal advection
    Junping Shi College of William & Mary
MS054-OTHE-M3 Machine Learning for Biomedical Research 316(3F)
Organizers
Na Yu Toronto Metropolitan University
Session Chair
Na Yu Toronto Metropolitan University
  • MS10_0794
    Simultaneous prediction of multiple outcomes in HIV drug resistance using revised stacking algorithms
    Li Xing University of Saskatchewan
  • MS10_0385
    Diagnostics of viral infections using high-throughput genome sequencing data
    XueKui Zhang University of Victoria
  • MS10_0480
    A Graph-based Unsupervised Semantic Segmentation Algorithm for Hyperspectral Fluorescence Microscopy Imaging Data
    You Liang Toronto Metropolitan University
  • MS10_0797
    Refined Analysis of Hyperspectral Fluorescence Images of Eye Tissues
    Na Yu Toronto Metropolitan University
MS029-IMMU-M3 From Modeling Immune Response to Therapeutic Applications 317(3F)
Organizers
Veronika Zarnitsyna EMORY UNIVERSITY
Esteban Hernandez Vargas University of Idaho
Stanca Ciupe Virginia Tech
Session Chair
Veronika Zarnitsyna EMORY UNIVERSITY
  • MS04_0688
    Integrating gene expression into mechanistic modeling of the immune system: Application to vaccination against COVID-19
    Mélanie Prague Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest Center
  • MS04_0676
    Understanding long-term virus dynamics: lessons from hepatitis B and HIV infections
    Stanca Ciupe Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest Center
  • MS04_0316
    The reproduction number and its probability distribution for stochastic viral dynamics
    Bevelynn Williams University of Leeds
MS003-ONCO-M3 Emerging Researchers in Mathematical Oncology: The ONCO Subgroup Minisymposium 318(3F)
Organizers
Harsh Jain University of Minnesota Duluth
Jason George Texas A&M University
Linh Huynh Dartmouth College
Session Chair
Jason George Texas A&M University
  • MS07_0593
    Investigating the dynamics of epigenetic evolution in cancer
    Chloé Colson University of Oxford
  • MS07_0743
    Chaotic dynamics for homeostatic hematopoiesis
    Dongya Jia NIH - NCI
  • MS07_0476
    Leveraging Wearable Device Sensors to Add Digital Biomarkers to Cancer Patient Digital Twin Models
    Rowan Barker-Clarke Cleveland Clinic Lerner Institute
  • MS07_0420
    How does STAT1-STAT3 signaling regulate the apoptosis of tumour cells and affect the mutual interaction with neutrophils and NK cells in the tumor microenvironment: multi-scale approach
    Donggu Lee Konkuk University
  • MS07_0806
    Entrainment and multi-stability of the p53 oscillator in human cells
    Alessandra Lucchetti Neils Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
MS037-MFBM-M3 Efficient Theoretical and Computational Methods for Analyzing Stochastic Behaviors in Intracellular Reaction Processes 319(3F)
Organizers
Zhou Fang ETH Zurich
Elena Sofia D'Ambrosio ETH Zürich
Session Chair
Elena Sofia D'Ambrosio ETH Zürich
  • MS08_0546
    Slow Mixing of stochastic chemical reaction networks
    Jinsu Kim Pohang University of Science and Technology
  • MS08_0638
    Error bounds for the linear noise approximation to stationary distributions of chemical reaction networks
    Theodore Grunberg Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MS08_0611
    Universally valid reduction of multiscale stochastic biochemical systems using simple non-elementary propensities
    Yun Min Song Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • MS08_0600
    Model-based analysis and control of stochastic gene circuits governed by partial integro differential equations
    Hamza Faquir Institute for Integrative Systems Biology, at University of Valencia
  • MS08_0339
    Unbiased estimation of second-order parameter sensitivities for stochastic reaction networks
    Quentin Badolle ETH Zürich
MS064-ECEVP-M3 Recent Advances in Modelling Prey-Predator Systems 420(4F)
Organizers
Rathish Kumar Venkatesulu Bayya IIT Kanpur
Bapan Ghosh Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Session Chair
Rathish Kumar Venkatesulu Bayya IIT Kanpur
  • MS10_0459
    Effect of rheology on the pulsatile flow dynamics in multiply afflicted human arterial vessel with AAA and RIAS.
    Rathish Kumar Venkatesulu Bayya IIT Kanpur
  • MS09_0408
    Delay-induced bistable modes and mean population density in a predator-prey system
    Bapan Ghosh Indian Institute of Technology Indore
MS077-OTHE-M3 Computational modeling of biological systems and machine learning 421(4F)
Organizers
Huijing Du University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Weitao Chen University of California, Riverside
Wenrui Hao The Pennsylvania State University
Yuan Liu Wichita State University
Session Chair
Wenrui Hao The Pennsylvania State University
  • MS10_0973
    Multidomain model for glymphatic system of optic nerve
    Shanfeng Xiao Soochow University
  • MS10_1017
    Energetic variational neural network discretizations of gradient flows
    Zhiliang Xu University of Notre Dame
  • MS10_0443
    Theoretical and computational analysis of RNA velocity models
    Peijie Zhou Peking University
  • MS10_1014
    3D Generative Adversarial Networks for Precision Synthesis of Pancreatic Cancer Tumor Images
    Huijing Du University of Nebraska-Lincoln
CT04-IMMU-M3 IMMU Subgroup Contributed Talks 419(4F)
Session Chair
Daniel Rüdiger Max Planck Institute
  • CT04_0119
    Predicting the antiviral efficacy of defective interfering particles against influenza virus infection in tissues
    Daniel Rüdiger Max Planck Institute
  • CT04_0210
    Bifurcation analysis of the regulation of the heme uptake system in Vibrio vulnificus
    Kathryn Lynch University of Utah
  • CT04_0116
    Modelling IL-2 signalling dynamics for a single T cell
    Siting Miao University of Oxford
  • CT04_0079
    Clinical characterization of mpox-infected patients using a lesion transition dynamics model
    Takara Nishiyama Nagoya University

July 1(Mon) 18:30-21:00 Ugok International Conference Hall(B2), New Millennium Hall, Konkuk University

No. Session Code Abstract No. Paper Title / Presenter
1 P02-CDEV-01 PO02_0167 A minimal mathematical model of the memory-dependent phenotypic transitions in yeast
Juan Jose Leal Instituto de Investigaciones Biomedicas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
2 P02-CDEV-02 PO02_0183 Modeling segmented nucleus formation in human neutrophils
Kei Sugihara Kyushu University
3 P02-CDEV-03 PO02_0284 Beyond Homogeneity: Assessing the Validity of the Michaelis-Menten Rate Law in Spatially Heterogeneous Environments
Seolah Shin Korea University
4 P02-CDEV-04 PO02_0306 Mathematical Modeling and Simulation on Dynamics of Glucose and Insulin Level with Chronic Kidney Disease
Yena Kim Hawaii Pacific University
5 P02-CDEV-05 PO02_1023 Independent Regulation of the G1-S and G2-M Transitions Realized by Topology of the Cell Cycle Network
Yuhei Yamauchi LAB. of Mathematical Biology, Institute for Frontier Life and Medical Sciences, Kyoto University
6 P03-EDUC-01 PO03_0998 Modelling the effects of citation bias, homophily, and parental leave on early-career academic recognition
Liam Gibson University of Canterbury
7 P04-IMMU-01 PO04_0024 Individual-based and continuum models of tuberculosis and the resulting immune response
Aminat Yetunde Saula University of Bath
8 P04-IMMU-02 PO04_0258 Unraveling the Influence of Environmental Factors on Pathogen Infection Through Convergent Cross Mapping
Meiling Li Department of mathematics
9 P05-MEPI-01 PO05_0076 Hepatitis A Vaccination Strategies Considering Future Mortality in the Republic of Korea
Yuna Lim Konkuk University
10 P05-MEPI-02 PO05_0092 Effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccination strategies against Long COVID-19 by an age-specific modeling
Jihyeon Kim Department of Statistics, Kyungpook National University
11 P05-MEPI-03 PO05_0093 Modeling the estimation of ICU beds under the different ICU capacity and control intervention
Sungjune Sung Choi Kyungpook national university
12 P05-MEPI-04 PO05_0100 SIQR Model on the Disease Spread by Multiple Strains with a Competitive Dominance
Ying Xie Tohoku University
13 P05-MEPI-05 PO05_0133 Efficient stochastic simulation of multiscale models for infectious diseases
Yuan Yin University of Oxford
14 P05-MEPI-06 PO05_0136 Assessing the impact of typhoid conjugate vaccines in mitigating typhoid disease burden using mathematical modeling
Pamela Kim Salonga Kyungpook National University
15 P05-MEPI-07 PO05_0161 Influence of incubation delays on Covid-19 transmission in diabetic and non-diabetic populations - an endemic prevalence case
Monalisa Anand BITS Pilani Goa
16 P05-MEPI-08 PO05_0176 Stochastic Modeling and Scenario-based Analysis of COVID-19 Transmission in Heterogeneous Groups: Focus on Contact Tracing and Self-reporting
Jiwon Han Konkuk University
17 P05-MEPI-09 PO05_0177 Estimation of exposed people with delay in SEIR model
Kyeongtae Ko Kyungpook National University
18 P05-MEPI-10 PO05_0231 Geospatial spread of the dengue fever outbreak in Taiwan, 2023
Bianca De Padua National Taiwan University College of Public Health
19 P05-MEPI-11 PO05_0234 Epidemiology of Regionalized Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Korea
Hachung Yoon Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency
20 P05-MEPI-12 PO05_0239 How to deal with health-economy dilemma in the situation of Emerging infectious disease: User-interactive Dashboard with Multi-objective Optimization Approach and Cost-benefit Analysis on COVID-19 in Korea
Jongmin Lee Department of Mathematics, Konkuk University
21 P05-MEPI-13 PO05_0243 Analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on influenza through model simulation considering influenza types and immunity
Junyoung Park Konkuk University
22 P05-MEPI-14 PO05_0250 Optimal Selection of COVID-19 Vaccination Sites in the Philippines at the Municipal Level
Erika Antonette Tan Enriquez University of the Philippines Diliman
23 P05-MEPI-15 PO05_0267 A dynamic mathematical model for Hepatitis A in chronic hepatic patients : Scenario analysis on chronicization of Hepatitis C And the epidemic of Hepatitis in Korea
Juno Park Konkuk university
24 P05-MEPI-16 PO05_0195 Fractional Dynamics in a Dual Infection Pathway Model of HIV
ShyanShiou Chen National Taiwan Normal University
25 P06-NEUR-01 PO06_0045 Dynamical Modelling of the Effects of Medium-Chain Triglycerides on Cerebral Ketone Body Metabolism
Abigail Rose Espina De La Salle University
26 P06-NEUR-02 PO06_0064 Bridging Scales in Alzheimer's Disease: Personalized Mathematical Models of Protein Aggregation
Brandon Imstepf University of California, Merced
27 P06-NEUR-03 PO06_0283 Exploring the Diagnostic Potential of EEG Theta Power and Interhemispheric Correlation of Temporal Lobe Activities in Alzheimer's Disease through Random Forest Analysis
Ahhyun Lee POSTECH
28 P06-NEUR-04 PO06_0963 Suggesting selective engram inhibition for memory competition via hippocampal spiking neural networks.
Gyeongtae Kim UNIST
29 P07-ONCO-01 PO07_0040 Mathematical Model of T-Cell Exhaustion in Tumour-Immune Interactions
Nick Lai University of Oxford
30 P07-ONCO-02 PO07_0046 Euler's Approach to Untangle Organoids Phenotype and Genotype
Haochen Yang University of Oxford
31 P07-ONCO-03 PO07_0058 Spatial Analysis of Colorectal Cancer Multiplex Imaging
Sergio Serrano de Haro Ivanez University of Oxford
32 P07-ONCO-04 PO07_0201 Mathematical modelling of platelet formation in healthy individuals and blood cancer patients
Chenxu Zhu RWTH Aachen University
33 P07-ONCO-05 PO07_0265 Toward patient-specific systems pharmacology models: application to glioblastoma treatment with temozolomide
Thibault Delobel Institut Curie, INSERM, PSL university
34 P07-ONCO-06 PO07_0274 Mathematical modelling for metastasis of melanoma
Nathan Schofield University of Oxford
35 P07-ONCO-07 PO07_0431 Understanding Antibody-Target Receptor Interactions and Monoclonal Antibody Efficacy Using Mathematical Modelling
Luke Alexander Heirene University of Oxford
36 P07-ONCO-08 PO07_0660 An Optimal Therapeutic Strategy Targeting the Wnt Signaling Pathway Involved in the Processes of Metastasis and EMT (Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition)
Sooyoun Choi Pusan National University
37 P07-ONCO-09 PO07_0661 Predicting Anticancer Treatment Effects Considering Tumor Heterogeneity and Drug Resistance Using Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics Mathematical Models
Yunil Roh Pusan National University
38 P07-ONCO-10 PO07_0992 Feeding the habit: a mathematical exploration of myeloma survival metabolism
Elias Siguenza University of Birmingham
39 P07-ONCO-11 PO07_0997 Computational and mathematical approaches to understand glioma cells metabolism: characterization from transcriptomic data and focus on HIF pathways
Kevin Spinicci IBS
40 P08-MFBM-01 PO08_0014 Vertex model simulation shows that E-cadherin dysfunction characterises the mechanics and morphology of the cancer tissue.
Natalia Brinas Pascual Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
41 P08-MFBM-03 PO08_0102 Infer metabolic directions and magnitutes through mass weighted-intensity distributions
Tuobang Li Guangdong Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
42 P08-MFBM-04 PO08_0124 Constrained Gaussian Mixture Models for Instar Determination and Hypothesis Testing in Accordance with Brooks-Dyar’s Rule
Sungmin Ji The University of Arizona
43 P08-MFBM-05 PO08_0138 Numerical Simulations of Some Collective Cell Motion Based on Level Set Formulation
Marian Tapales Cantal Institute of Mathematics, University of the Philippines Diliman
44 P08-MFBM-06 PO08_0159 Conservation of Amami rabbits by sterilizing feral cats
Yumi Hon Nara Woman's University
45 P08-MFBM-07 PO08_0178 Counting statistics based on the analytic solution of differential-difference equation for birth-death processes
Seong Jun Park Chung Ang University
46 P08-MFBM-08 PO08_0184 Practical and structural identifiability analysis of a spatiotemporal model of cell migration
Maria Tasca University of Oxford
47 P08-MFBM-09 PO08_0214 Accurate and precise parameter estimation and type identification in enzyme inhibition
Hyeong Jun Jang KAIST/IBS
48 P08-MFBM-10 PO08_0216 The Algorithm for Initial Condition Decision in Circadian Pacemaker Model to Predict Accurate Circadian Rhythm Phase
Juhyeon Kim KAIST and IBS
49 P08-MFBM-11 PO08_0217 Understanding the immune response to bluetongue virus infection in ruminant hosts: a model-based analysis
Abhijit Majumder University of Notre Dame
50 P08-MFBM-12 PO08_0271 Imaging Data-based Model Description Tool using Optimal Transport and Phase-field Model
Tsubasa Sukekawa Kyoto University
51 P08-MFBM-13 PO08_1005 Analyzing the Causes of Increased Efficiency of the Biological Carbon Pump in the East Sea During El Niño Periods
Oh Janghun Kyungpook National University
52 P08-MFBM-14 PO08_1018 Optimization of signal transmission through excitable media by oscillatory source
Lukas Wolf Kristensen University of Copenhagen
53 P09-ECEVP-01 PO09_0010 An indirect evolutionary rescue in the Batesian mimicry community due to the eco-evolutionary feedback
Haruto Tomizuka Tokyo Metropolitan University
54 P09-ECEVP-02 PO09_0031 Modelling the spread of varroa mite on a network of European honeybee hives
Isobel Abell The University of Melbourne
55 P09-ECEVP-03 PO09_0180 Inferring the network structure of a plankton community using time series data
Hyunsuk Choo Seoul National University
56 P09-ECEVP-04 PO09_0228 Modeling Cascading Collapse of Coral Reefs
Woi Sok Oh Princeton University
57 P09-ECEVP-05 PO09_0233 Dissection of mixed interactions between the two successive denitrifying bacteria
Toko Hisano Tokyo Metropolitan University
58 P09-ECEVP-06 PO09_0322 Attack by a Hyperparasitoid Destroys the Effectiveness of the Parasitoid in Controlling Hosts.
Lijiao Jia Department of Mathematics, Pusan National University
59 P09-ECEVP-07 PO09_0346 A Coupled Model of Population, Poaching, and Economic Dynamics to Assess Rhino Conservation Through Legal Trade
David J Gerberry Xavier University
60 P09-ECEVP-08 PO09_0979 Evolutionary stability of bacterial persister cells
Chongming Li Queen's University
61 P09-ECEVP-09 PO09_1003 Critical Time for Lotka-Volterra Competition-diffusion Equation for Superior and Inferior Species
Nor Farah Wahidah Binti Nor Khalid Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
62 P10-OTHE-01 PO10_0048 A joint Bayesian model for change points and heteroskedasticity applied to the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
Joosung Min Simon Fraser University
63 P10-OTHE-02 PO10_0059 Development of a machine learning tool for segmentation of human skin eruptions
Takahiro Hiraga Kyoto University
64 P10-OTHE-04 PO10_0091 Development of the Early Warning Methods for Infectious Diseases with Seasonality
Jeonghwa Seo Kyungpook National University
65 P10-OTHE-05 PO10_0096 Analyzing the Potential Outbreak Risk of Foot-and-Mouth Disease and Lumpy Skin Disease in Korea
Huiyeong Hwang Kyungpook National University
66 P10-OTHE-06 PO10_0135 ODENet: A Universal Machine Learning Framework From Discovering Dynamical Equations to Multiscale Modeling of Chemical Reactions
Wuyue Yang Beijing Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Applications
67 P10-OTHE-07 PO10_0137 Analysis of sleep patterns in relation to work shifts using nurse sleep data from a wearable device
Yeonsu Lee Department of Statistics, Kyungpook National University
68 P10-OTHE-08 PO10_0147 Deviations from One-Step Growth Assay Assumptions Affect the Bacterial Load Time-Course
Jun Seok Cha Yonsei University
69 P10-OTHE-09 PO10_0154 Wearable data assimilation to estimate the circadian phase
Minki Lee Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan
70 P10-OTHE-10 PO10_0225 Decoupled projection method for incompressible Navier-Stokes-Cahn-Hilliard equation
Gyeonggyu Lee National Institute for Mathematical Sciences
71 P10-OTHE-11 PO10_0232 Numerical representation of longitudinal clinical diagnosis data using natural language processing
Keita Nakao Hiroshima University
72 P10-OTHE-12 PO10_0277 Comparing morphometric complexity measurement methods in lung parenchyma of non-small cell lung cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy: box-counting fractal dimension, lacunarity, and minimum-spanning tree fractal dimension
Jeongeun Hwang Soonchunhyang University
73 P10-OTHE-13 PO10_0504 On the interactions of flocking particles with the Stokes flow in an infinite channel
Gyuyoung Hwang Institute for Basic Science
74 P10-OTHE-14 PO10_0516 Output Systems Can Reduce Fluctuations
Hotaka Kaji Kyushu University
75 P10-OTHE-15 PO10_0279 Desynchronization and Stochastic Oscillation Quenching in a Population of Interacting Oscillators with Turnover
Ayumi Ozawa The University of Tokyo