GCOE Tutorial Workshop “Biomathematics of Structured Populations” with a Mini-Symposium in Honor of Professor Yasuhiro Takeuchi



DATE

October 30th (Tuesday) -- Nobember 2nd (Friday), 2012

PLACE

056 Lecture Room and Lecture Hall, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Tokyo

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The GCOE Tutrial workshop and the mini-symposium has successfully finished. We appreciate for all lecturers and attendee.



Announcement

Dr. Michel Langlais is not able to come to the workshop because of personal reasons. We will have four contributed talks instead of his lectures.
Lecture notes are printed and distributed to the participants of the workshop.
Time-table can be downloadable from here.
We removed lecture notes from the website for copyright reasons.


GCOE Tutorial Workshop


October 30 (Tuesday)

13:00-13:10InabaIntroduction
13:10-14:10Odo Diekmann (Utrecht U)Formulating Physiologically Structured Population Models
14:25-15:25Hans Metz (Leiden U) Lecture 1 (ppt)
15:45-16:45Mats Gyllenberg (U of Helsinki) Sun-star-calculus for analysing structured population models 1
17:00-17:30Contributed talk I Ryo Oizumi, Evolution of optimal life history with stochastic growth process in age-size structured model (abst)

October 31 (Wednesday)

09:30-10:30DiekmannAnalysing Physiologically Structured Population Models
10:45-11:45Metz Lecture 2 (ppt)
11:45-13:30Lunch break
13:30-14:30GyllenbergSun-star-calculus for analysing structured population models 2
14:45-15:45Gergely Röst (U of Szeged)Global dynamics for spatial epidemic models with infection during transportation (abst)
16:00-16:30Contributed talk IIYukihiko Nakata, An age structured cell population model for transitions between proliferating and quiescent subpopulations (abst)
16:30-17:00Contributed talk IIIYoichi Enatsu, GLOBAL STABILITY OF A POSITIVE EQUILIBRIUM FOR DELAYED EPIDEMIC MODELS AND IVGTT MODELS WITH NONLINEAR INCIDENCE RATES (abst)
17:00-17:30Contributed talk IVYuuya Tachiki, The role of seedling bank in the evolution of masting in trees (abst)

November 1 (Thursday)

09:30-10:30Wendi Wang (South West U)Structured models with time delays (pdf)
10:45-11:45Takenori Takada (Hokkaido U)Application of matrix population models (abst)
11:45-13:30Lunch break
13:30-14:30Hiroshi Nishiura (U of Hong Kong)Applying structured population models to epidemic data: Empirical studies during the 2009 influenza pandemic (abst)
14:45-15:45DiekmannAn anthology of structured epidemic models
16:00-17:00Discussionchaired by Yoh Iwasa (Kyushu U)
18:00-20:00BanquetPlace: Common-room (2nd floor of the same building)


Mini-Symposium (60th birthday for Professor Takeuchi)


November 2 (Friday)

9:30-9:40Ryusuke KonIntroduction
9:40-10:00Ryusuke Kon (U of Miyazaki) Population cycles induced by age-specific interactions
10:00-10:20Shinji Nakaoka (RIKEN) Modeling and simulation study on dynamic process of inflammation at the skin tissue
10:20-10:40Shigehide Iwata (FRA)Mathematical biology and my development -Through the meeting with Prof. Takeuchi-
11:00-11:20Shingo Iwami (Kyushu U)Function of Vpu among HIV-1 human-to-human spread
11:20-11:40Satoru Morita (Shizuoka U)Metapopulation Dynamics in Stochastic Environment
11:40-12:00Kazunori Sato (Shizuoka U)Maximum sustainable yield for discrete-time population model
12:00-13:30Lunch break
13:30-14:00Toru Sasaki (Okayama U)A note on construction of Lyapunov functions for some ODE systems
14:00-14:30Tsuyoshi Kajiwara (Okayama U)Lyapunov functionals for delay differential equations in virology and epidemiology
14:50-15:20Yoshihisa Morita (Ryukoku U)Lyapunov functions and stationary problems of reaction-diffusion systems with the mass conservation
15:20-15:50Toshiyuki Namba (Osaka Pref U)Dynamics of Ecological Communities
16:00-16:40Wendi Wang (South West U)Dynamical behaviors in some HIV infection models (pdf)
16:50-17:30Yasuhiro Takeuchi (Aoyama Gakuin U)TBA


Organizers

Hisashi Inaba (chair) (University of Tokyo), Shingo Iwami (Kyushu University), Ryusuke Kon (University of Miyazaki), Shinji Nakaoka (RIKEN)