Biomat2019 logo ICIAM 2019  
SATELLITE MEETING  
ICIAM-2019-logo Granada, Spain. 13-20 June 2019
INTERNATIONAL PhD SCHOOL MODELING NATURE (MNat)

Patterns
in Life and
Social Sciences










Coordination
Juan Soler

Secretary
Juanjo Nieto

Local Organizing Committee
Margarita Arias, Juan Calvo, Manuel Cambón, Claudia
García, José Luis López, David Poyato & Óscar Sánchez

Conference venue
Minicourses (June 13-14): Facultad de Ciencias
Workshop (June 17-20): Fundación Euroárabe

The formation of patterns in life and social sciences, economics or engineering is something that we live with daily and makes nature to show us with an internal order and a very specialized organization. Flocks of birds that self-organize to migrate, traffic flow, evacuation of large concentrations of individuals, groups in social or ecological networks, economic developments, morphogenesis and developmental biology, singular fronts, or simply why we are the way we are, are only a few examples of patterns all around us. We propose to review some hot topics of these theories through specialized mini-courses and a workshop.

Workshop (June 17-20)


Tomás Alarcón, CRM-Barcelona (Spain)
    TBA

Nicola Bellomo, P. Torino (Italy)
    Critical Patterns in Social Crowds Dynamics

Henri Berestycki, EHESS-Paris (France)
    TBA

Andrea Bertozzi, UCLA (USA)
    TBA

Vincent Calvez, U. Lyon (France)
    A quantitative genetics model with sexual mode of reproduction in the regime of small variance

Juan Campos, U Granada (Spain)
    TBA

Iain Couzin, Max Planck. Collective Behaviour Lab (Germany)
    TBA

Isabel Guerrero, CBM-CSIC (Spain)
    TBA

Seung Yeal Ha, Seoul National University (Korea)
    Emergent dynamics of flocking models with internal variables

Miguel Ángel Herrero, U. Complutense Madrid (Spain)
    TBA

Taoufik Hmidi, U. Rennes (France)
    TBA

Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, U. Maryland (USA)
    Mean field limits for multi-agent systems with singular interactions

Shigeru Kondo, Osaka U. (Japan)
    Two types of mathematical models explaining the complex biological phenomena

Pierre-Louis Lions, Collège-de-France
    TBA

Philip Maini, U. Oxford (UK)
    TBA

Sylvie Méléard, E. Polytechnique (France)
    TBA

Benoît Perthame, Sorbonne U. (France)
    TBA

David Poyato, U Granada (Spain)
    TBA

Eitan Tadmor, U. Maryland (USA)
    Emerging patterns with short-range interactions

Guy Theraulaz, U. Paul Sabatier-CNRS (France)
    Modeling three-dimensional stigmergic construction in ant colonies

Giuseppe Toscani, U. Pavia (Italy)
    TBA

Minicourses (June 13-14)


Tomás Alarcón, CRM-Barcelona (Spain),
    TBA

Miguel Ángel Herrero, U. Complutense Madrid (Spain)
    TBA

Vincent Calvez, U. Lyon (France)
    Asymptotic methods in evolutionary biology

• Javier Morales, University of Maryland (USA),
    TBA

Timetable


Schedule

Biomat 2019: Patterns in Life and Social Sciences
Timetable
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Social events

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Inscriptions and Grants


Inscription fee: 250 Euros

• The inscription fee has to be paid before May, 10th, by transfer to:
Universidad de Granada: CIF: Q1818002F
Bank name: Bankia
IBAN: ES89 2038 3505 3664 0000 5794
Please specify in the transfer data your NAME, BIOMAT, and code 30G4070000.
• After May 10th, the inscription fee will be 300 Euros.
• Please, fill in the registration form below and send as your data together with a copy of the transfer to se.rgu@citenik (including the word "BIOMAT" in the subject).

Registration

If you are planning to attend the courses, please, send us the following data to se.rgu@citenik (including the word "BIOMAT" in the subject). In order to complete your registration, you have to send us also a copy of the payment of the inscription fee.

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Grants

There are 10 grants (registration and/or accommodation up to 9 days) for students interested in attending the Biomat.
To apply for it please send us the registration form bellow and attach a curriculum vitae in PDF format, BEFORE May 3rd.

General Info


Hotels

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How to get to Granada


Conference venue

Participants


  1. Alarcón, Tomás (CRM-Barcelona, Spain)
  2. Alpala Alpala, Rosa Janeth (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia)
  3. Arias, Margarita (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  4. Aylaj, Bouchra (Université Hassan II de Casablanca, Morocco)
  5. Bayo Martínez, María Nieves (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  6. Bellomo, Nicola (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
  7. Berestycki, Henri (EHESS-Paris, France)
  8. Bertozzi, Andrea (University of California Los Angeles, USA)
  9. Bosque Martínez, Jesús (Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, Spain)
  10. Calvez, Vincent (ENS Lyon, France)
  11. Calvo, Juan (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  12. Cambón, Manuel (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  13. Campos, Juan (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  14. Couzin, Iain (Max Planck. Collective Behaviour Lab, Germany)
  15. del Álamo Martín, Cristina (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  16. Delgado Fumero, Armando (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  17. Douglass, Aaron (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  18. Fernández Estrada, Daniel (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  19. García, Claudia (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  20. Giniūnaitė, Rasa (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
  21. Guerrero, Isabel (CBM Severo Ochoa - CSIC, Spain)
  22. Ha, Seung Yeal (Seoul National University, Korea)
  23. Herrero, Miguel Ángel (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
  24. Hmidi, Taoufik (Université de Rennes1, France)
  25. Jabin, Pierre-Enmanuel (University of Maryland, USA)
  26. Jiménez Sánchez, Juan (Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, Spain)
  27. Kondo, Shigeru (Osaka University, Japan)
  28. Laguna García, Miriam (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  29. Lions, Pierre-Louis (Collège de France)
  30. López Fernández, J. Luis (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  31. Maini, Philip (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
  32. Maldonado Leza y Rodríguez, María Dolores (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  33. Martín Valverde, Antonio J. (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  34. Martínez Sánchez, Francisco J. (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  35. Méléard, Sylvie (École Polytechnique, France)
  36. Meseguer Terrades, Carlos (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  37. Morales, Javier (University of Maryland, USA)
  38. Moreno Hidalgo, David (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  39. Nieto, Juanjo (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  40. Peltier, Gwenaël (Université de Montpellier, France)
  41. Perthame, Benoît (Sorbonne Université, France)
  42. Portillo Díaz, Alejandro (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  43. Poyato, David (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  44. Raya Rodríguez, Eduardo (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  45. Romero Hernández, Idalia María (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras Tegucigalpa)
  46. Saldaña, Joan (Universitat de Girona, Spain)
  47. Sánchez, Óscar (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  48. Segarra López, Juan Fernando (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  49. Soler, Juan (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  50. Stepanova, Daria (Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Spain)
  51. Tadmor, Eitan (University of Maryland, USA)
  52. Tedone, Fabio (Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy)
  53. Theraulaz, Guy (Université Paul Sabatier, France)
  54. Toscani, Giuseppe (Università di Pavia, Italy)
  55. Toribio Sola, Victor Manuel (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  56. Urueña Cortacero, Isabel (Universidad de Granada, Spain)
  57. Veruete, Mario (Université de Montpellier, France)
  58. Villanueva, Jeyms (U. Cádiz & U. Simón Bolíbar, Colombia)
  59. Zamora, Jenny Luzgarda C. (IMUS & University of Campinas, Brazil)
  60. ...


Previous editions


  • XIV (2018) Quantum Biology
  • XIII (2017) Mathematical models in biomedical imaging
  • XII (2016) Cell dynamics & polymerization
                  & Special session in honour to Abdel Bellouquid
  • XI (2015) Emergence and self-organization in social and biological systems
  • X (2014) Complexity & emergence in social and biological systems
  • IX (2013) Evolution and cooperation in social sciences & biomedicine
                  & 3rd Meeting of Young Researchers Modelling Biological Processes
  • VIII (2012) Self-organization & collective dynamics in the life sciences:swarms, biofilms, traffic
                  & 2nd Meeting of Young Researchers Modelling Biological Processes
  • VII (2011) Perspectives in mathematics and life sciences
                  & 1st Meeting of Young Researchers Modelling Biological Processes
  • VI (2010) Maths & life sciences: mathematical models in biology
  • V (2009) Maths & life sciences: biology & mechanics
  • IV (2008) Maths & life sciences: tumor dynamics, pattern formation & signalling pathways
  • III (2007) Maths & life sciences: tumor growth & stem cells
  • II (2006) Maths & life sciences: models of development II
  • I (2005) Maths & life sciences: models of development I


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