The Third International Conference on Mathematical Biology
August 15-18, 2002, Guilin, China
A Satellite Meeting of ICM-2002
Mathematical biology is an emerging interdisciplinary science that closely ties together life sciences and mathematics. It covers a wide range of fields and attracts the growing attention of many experts and researchers. The 21st century promises a new era of rapid growth of modern life sciences and biotechnology. This conference will provide a unique opportunity for researchers to present their latest views and achievements in their scientific research areas and obtain cutting edge information on science and technology. The objective of this conference is to promote academic exchanges that will further high level research in the field of mathematical biology and facilitate the development of modern technology in applications relevant to the world economy, social development and the environmental protection.
This conference will focus on recent advances in the theory and applications of Mathematical Biology. There will be several invited expository addresses covering recent trends and many invited lectures on problems of current interest and important applications in various disciplines. Topics of interest include but not limited to:
More information can be found on the website at: http://math.la.asu.edu/~kuang/guilin.html