The 2nd SCMB Annual Symposium ran on February 17th and 18th, 2020 on the Georgia Tech campus. With the goal of creating a forum for the exchange of ideas between the broader mathematical and biosystems communities, the Symposium hosted plenary talks from mathematicians and biologists, organized in complementary pairs, as well as a public lecture by Amina Qutub (UT San Antonio). A poster session was hosted on the 17th in the atrium of the Marcus Nanotechnology Building, giving researchers from across the math-bio spectrum the opportunity to interact in an informal setting. The annual Symposium is a central pillar of SCMB's effort to not only explore the challenges and opportunities at the math-bio interface, but to create a vibrant community around the advancement of the mathematics of complex biosystems.
SCMB Junior researcher Gemechis Degaga presents their poster during the poster session on Monday.
Amy Schaub Maddox speaks during her plenary talk.
Amina Qutub (UT San Antonio) delivers a public lecture,
The Symposium's plenary speakers.