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Theory Plus Data, Across Disciplines: What’s New in the Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology
The first two years of existence for the Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology, based at Georgia Tech, have been busy. A unique arrangement of senior scientists paired with postdoctoral/graduate researchers is currently studying six projects that sit squarely at the intersection of both disciplines.
When the National Science Foundation and the Simons Foundation launched the Research Centers for Mathematics of Complex Biological Systems (MathBioSys) initiative two years ago, the idea was to bring two distinct disciplines together to enable creative, collaborative research, and ultimately to develop the next generation of researchers who would work seamlessly at interdisciplinary crossroads.
This workshop is combined with the Atlanta Lecture Series in Graph Theory and Combinatorics, and will focus on recent advances in graph theory and combinatorics that are related to the work of Robin Thomas.
CEISMC hosts math-bio workshop for prospective first-generation GT students