NCSU: Tutorial Workshop on Parameter Estimation for Biological Models

Location:

This event was held at SAS Hall on the campus of N.C. State University

Description:

The Research Training Group[ in Mathematical Biology is centered on mathematical modeling of biological systems and issues surrounding the confrontation of these models with real-world data. Mathematical and statistical questions of particular interest include parameter estimation, uncertainty quantification and experimental design. Biological systems of interest range from physiology through population biology.

Speakers for this event included:

For more information on what presented and to view the agenda and slides presented at the event, visit the web page at: http://rtg.math.ncsu.edu/workshop-2019/workshop-2019-program/


Questions: Contact Alun Lloyd, Mathematical Biologist, N.C. State University at email – alun_lloyd@ncsu.edu