VI ICTP-SAIFR Southern-Summer School on Mathematical Biology
Start time: January 16, 2017 | Ends on: January 27, 2017
Location: São Paulo, Brazil | Venue: IFT-UNESP
This school is aimed at graduate students in Physics, Mathematics, Ecology and Epidemiology, having at least a basic knowledge of calculus and differential equations. The first week will be a basic course on population biology, which also includes modelling exercises. The second week will be an advanced school on up-to-date topics in ecology and evolution. Candidates may apply either for one or two weeks. Undergraduate students with exceptional records are also encouraged to apply. Limited funds are available for travel and local expenses. There is no registration fee.
Please note that acceptance cannot be taken for granted, as we expect a much higher number of applications than the maximum number of participants. We advise the candidates to carefully complete the application form, providing enough information for the selection committee to take a decision.
In order to have an idea of the kind of activities that take place during the course, please visit the home-page of the first four editions of this school at http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio, http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio2, http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio3, http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio4 and http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio5.
- Marcus Aguiar (UNICAMP, Brazil)
- Marcel Clerc (Universidad de Chile)
- Roberto Kraenkel (IFT-UNESP, Brazil)
- Paulo Inácio Prado (USP/SP, Brazil)
- Roberto Kraenkel (IFT-UNESP, Brazil): Introduction to Population Biology
- Florence Débarre (Collège de France – Paris, France): Evolution in spatially structured populations
- Sergei Petrovskii (University of Leicester, United Kingdom): Mathematical Theory of Biological Invasions
- Andre de Roos (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands): Physiologically structured population models: from numerical techniques to ecological insight
Application deadline: November 11, 2016
More information: http://www.ictp-saifr.org/mathbio6