(Institute for Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics)

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The I-AIM Interdiscplinary Seminar aims at bringing
together scientific researchers and apprentices from the University of Toronto
(and beyond) who share interests that straddle the boundary between
Mathematics and the Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.

For more information,
please contact one of the organizers:
Robert McCann (mccann AT math.toronto.edu),
Wayne Enright (enright AT cs.toronto.edu),
Robert Jerrard (rjerrard AT math.toronto.edu),
Boris Steipe (boris.steipe AT utoronto.ca).

## Date |
## Forum |
## Speaker |
## Affiliation |
## Title |

April 12, 2006 |
3:10pm, Fields Institute room 230 | John J. Tyson |
Department of Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University |
Computational cell biology: from molecular networks to cell physiology |

April 5, 2006 |
3:10pm, Fields Institute room 230 | Gerda de Vries |
Department of Mathematics, University of Alberta |
Modelling the spatio-temporal dynamics of nuclear proteins |

Of related interest at:

Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics | Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics | Department of Chemistry |

Department of Computer Science | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering |

Department of Mathematics including | Applied Math/PDE/Analysis | Blyth | Colloquium | Probability |

Department of Physics including | Atmospheric | Colloquium | Condensed Matter/Quantum Optics | High Energy | Nonlinear |

Department of Statistics | Department of Medical Research (click on 'Affiliations') | Department of Zoology

Fields Institute including | Quantitative Finance | Quantum Information | Industrial Optimization |