The annual international conference on Mathematical Methods and Models in Biosciences (Biomath 2017) will take place from 25th to 30th June 2017 at Skukuza Camp in Kruger Park, South Africa, and will be hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and the SARChI Chair on Mathematical Models and Methods in Bioengineering and Biosciences at University of Pretoria. The conference is devoted to recent research in life sciences based on applications of mathematics as well as mathematics applied to or motivated by biological studies. It is a multidisciplinary meeting forum for researchers who develop and apply mathematical and computational tools to the study of phenomena in the broad fields of biology, ecology, medicine, biotechnology, bioengineering, environmental science, etc.
Contributed talks in any of these fields are invited for presentation at the conference. Participants need to submit a one-page abstract indicating clearly the significance of the reported results for the advancement of knowledge in bioscience and/or biotechnology.
Abstracts submission deadline: 20th March 2017.
Notification of acceptance (for abstracts submitted after 28 Feb): 30th March 2017
Proceeding of the conference will be published in volume 6 (2017) of the journal "BIOMATH" and in a special issue BIOMATH of the Wiley journal "Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences". The authors need to comply with the scope and the requirements of the journal if they would like to submit.
Papers submission deadline: 30 June 2017.
Roumen Anguelov (University of Pretoria, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel.: +27-12-420-2874)
Michael Chapwanya (University of Pretoria, e-mail:email@example.com, tel.: +27-12-420-2837)
Biomath School for Young Scientists
The school comprises plenary lectures, contributed presentations (talks and posters) and an instructional workshop. The lectures at the school are of more introductory nature giving foundations and insight into the respective topic rather then focusing on new results and are presented by some of the keynote speakers of the conference. A central event for the school is the Hot Topics Workshop. Several scholars act as moderators, presenting "hot areas" and related open problems. All PhD students and young scientists participating in the conference are considered members of the School for Young Scientists. Their presentations (oral or posters) will be assessed by a jury.
For more information about the conference, please visit: http://www.biomath.bg/2017/index.php.