BIOMAT 2020

20th International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology

Falconara Marittima, Marche, Italy, 01st – 07th November, 2020

BIOMAT Consortium

The BIOMAT Consortium / International Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences, a non-profit association of members of Universities and Research Institutions in Brazil and abroad has created interdisciplinary conferences since the year 2001. These BIOMAT Symposia - BIOMAT International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology - are adequate for creating opportunities to assemble together professionals from several fields, from pure mathematicians and theoretical physicists to biologists, biochemists, computer scientists as well as research engineers and physicians. The only link which is supposed to exist among them is the scientific interest on topics of the interface between Mathematical and Biological Sciences.

DIRECTOR BOARD

1.WESTERN EUROPE - Vitaly Volpert, University of Lyon 1, France; Richard Kerner, Pierre et Marie Curie University, France; Ezio Venturino, University of Torino, Italy; Nick Britton, University of Bath, UK

2.EASTERN EUROPE - Ludek Berec, Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic; Branko Dragovich, University of Belgrade, Serbia; Yuri Vassilevsky, Institute of Numerical Mathematics, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Alexander Bratus, Russian University of Transport, Moscow, Russia; Gergely Röst, University of Szeged, Hungary

3.NORTH AMERICA - Dorothy Wallace, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, USA, Seyed Moghadas, York University, Canada; Sivabal Sivaloganathan, Centre of Mathematical Medicine, Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Canada; Rafael Barrio, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

4.SOUTH AMERICA - Rubem P. Mondaini, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Chair, President of the BIOMAT Consortium)

5.ASIA - Somdatta Sinha, Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research, India; Samares Pal, University of Kalyani, India

6.AFRICA - To be announced soon

7.OCEANIA - Professor Charles Pearce (deceased) from Adelaide University, Australia has been the representative from Oceania until 2012 (two new members will be announced soon)