Talks, lectures, and poster presentations by Winfried Just (since Fall 1997)

  1. Why are biological systems so messy, and how can mathematicians cope? Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, April 4, 2017.
  2. Vaccination Strategies for Small Worlds. International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research (BEER), Charleston, SC, October 15, 2016 (joint work with H. Callender Highlander).
  3. Discrete Dynamical Systems: Introduction to Symbolic Dynamics. Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, September 27 and October 4, 2016.
  4. Alice in Weatherland: A Breezy Trajectory through some Cool Topics in Dynamical Systems. Math Club, Ohio University, Athens, OH, September 26, 2016.
  5. A hysteresis-like effect for insect control strategies. 44th Annual Mathematics Conference "Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems," Miami University, Oxford, OH, September 24, 2016 (joint work with B. Oduro and M. Grijalva).
  6. Discrete Dynamical Systems: The Linear, the Nonlinear, and the Chaotic. Part II. Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, September 6, 2016.
  7. Discrete Dynamical Systems: The Linear, the Nonlinear, and the Chaotic. Part I. Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, August 30, 2016.
  8. Alice in Weatherland: A Breezy Trajectory through some Cool Topics in Dynamical Systems. Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, August 23, 2016.
  9. Exploring transmission of infectious diseases on networks with NetLogo. Invited special session talk, 10th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology and SMB Annual Meeting (ECMTB 2016), Nottingham, UK, July 12, 2016 (joint work with H. Callender, M. D. LaMar, and N. Toporikova).
  10. A hysteresis-like effect for insect control strategies. 10th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology and SMB Annual Meeting (ECMTB 2016), Nottingham, UK, July 11, 2016 (joint work with B. Oduro and M. Grijalva).
  11. Mathotopia: An old fairy tale, retold in mathematical words. Math Club, Ohio University, Athens, OH, April 18, 2016.
  12. Topological entropy, counting itineraries, and dimension Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, March 15, 2016.
  13. How to vaccinate nodes of a network? Poster presented at Workshop Interplay of Stochastic and Deterministic Dynamics in Networks, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH, February 22-26, 2016.
  14. Emergence of global firing patterns in neuronal networks with random connectivities. Nonlocal Aspects in Mathematical Biology (NAMB), Bedlewo, Poland, January 29, 2016 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn).
  15. Spread of Contagions: Diseases, Rumors and Mathematical Models. Invited public lecture, Science Cafe, Ohio University, Athens, OH, January 20, 2016.
  16. Why your friends have more friends than you do. The exciting world of random networks. Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, November 30, 2015.
  17. Lengths of attractors and transients in neuronal networks with random connectivities. Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, October 20, 2015 (joint work with S. Ahn).
  18. Exploring Transmission of Infectious Diseases on Networks with NetLogo. Invited special session talk, International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research (BEER), Normal, IL, October 11, 2015 (joint work with H. Callender, M. D. LaMar, and N. Toporikova).
  19. Exploring Transmission of Infectious Diseases on Networks with NetLogo. Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, October 6, 2015 (joint work with H. Callender, M. D. LaMar, and N. Toporikova).
  20. Definitions of topological entropy: Do the limits involved always exist? Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, September 15, 2015 (joint work with Ying Xin).
  21. Transmission of infectious diseases and of catchy ideas. Micro and Macro Systems in Life Sciences, Bedlewo, Poland, June 10, 2015 (joint work with Joan Saldana).
  22. The geometry of social distance. Mathematical Biology Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, April 8, 2015.
  23. Vaccination strategies for contact networks: Some mathematical problems. Mathematical Biology Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, March 25, 2015.
  24. Transmission of infectious diseases and of catchy ideas. Invited talk for special session on Survey of Biomathematics, AMS regional meeting, East Lansing, MI, March 14, 2015 (joint work with Joan Saldana).
  25. Studying disease transmission on networks, Part II. Mathematical Biology Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, February 11, 2015 (joint talk with Ying Xin).
  26. Studying disease transmission on networks, Part I. Mathematical Biology Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, February 4, 2015 (joint talk with Ying Xin).
  27. Mathematical approaches to comparing effectiveness of control measures against household reinfestation by Chagas disease vectors. Invited seminar talk, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, January 7, 2015 (joint work with B. Oduro and M. Grijalva).
  28. Lengths of attractors and transients in neuronal networks with random connectivities. Poster presentation given at International Workshop Advances in Discrete Networks, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, December 12, 2014 (joint work with S. Ahn).
  29. Exploring Disease Transmission On Networks with NetLogo. Poster presentation given at International Workshop Advances in Discrete Networks, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, December 12, 2014 (joint work with H. Callender, M. D. LaMar, N. Toporikova, Y. Xin; presented by Y. Xin).
  30. Periodic outbreaks in models of disease transmission with a behavioral response. Mathematical Biology Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, November 13, 2014 (joint work with Joan Saldana).
  31. Unraveling complex systems: What do brains, the internet, and ant colonies have in common? Mathmematics Senior Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, November 10, 2014.
  32. Teaching disease transmission on networks with NetLogo. Invited short presentation at workshop on Neglected Infectious Diseases, American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), Palo Alto, CA, August 14, 2014 (joint work with H. Callender, M. D. LaMar, and N. Toporikova).
  33. Mathematical Models of Disease Dynamics. Invited lecture given at two-week introductory workshop for MBI undergraduate research program. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH, June 9, 2014.
  34. Lengths of attractors and transients in neuronal networks with random connectivities. Invited seminar talk, Seminarium Matematyki Dyskretnej, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland, December 3, 2013 (joint work with S. Ahn).
  35. Discrete Approximations of Continuous Models. Invited seminar talk, Seminari de Matematica Aplicada, Universitat de Girona, Girona, Catalunya, Spain, October 10, 2013 (joint work with M. Korb, B. Elbert, and T. R. Young).
  36. Models of Household Infestation by Chagas Disease vectors.Short presentation given at EpiNet Advanced School: Modelling Epidemics on Networks. Universitat de Girona, Girona, Catalunya, Spain, September 30, 2013 (joint work with B. Oduro and M. Grijalva).
  37. Dynamics of Disease Transmission Networks. Invited lecture given at Workshop Teaching Discrete and Algebraic Mathematical Biology to Undergraduates. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH, July 31, 2013.
  38. Dynamics of Disease Transmission Networks: Developing Teaching Materials. Two invited hands-on sessions at Workshop Teaching Discrete and Algebraic Mathematical Biology to Undergraduates. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH, August 1-2, 2013.
  39. Mathematical Models of Disease Dynamics. Invited lecture given at two-week introductory workshop for MBI undergraduate research program. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH, May 30, 2013.
  40. Unraveling complex systems: What do brains, the internet, and ant colonies have in common? Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, February 6, 2013.
  41. Why your friends have more friends than you do. The exciting world of random networks. Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, Athens, OH, October 24, 2012.
  42. Mathematical models of Chagas disease Poster presentation at Epidemics on Networks: Current Trends and Challenges, Girona, Catalunya, Spain, September 6, 2012 (joint work with B. Oduro and M. Grijalva).
  43. Complex Biological Systems: When are Simple Models Good Enough? Invited special session talk at MAA MathFest 2012, Madison, WI, August 4, 2012.
  44. Modeling with ODE vs. Boolean Systems. Invited special session talk at 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB), Knoxville, TN, July 28, 2012.
  45. Modeling the dynamics of biological networks, MAA Short Course on Trends in Mathematical Biology, MAA MathFest 2011, Lexington, KY, August 3, 2011.
  46. Boolean dynamics vs. ODE dynamics, Poster presentation at ECMTB 2011 (8th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology and Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology), Krakow, Poland, July 1, 2011 (joint work with Ben Elbert, Mason Korb, Bismark Oduro, and Todd Young).
  47. Discrete vs. indiscrete models of network dynamics, Minisymposium talk at ECMTB 2011 (8th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology and Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology), Krakow, Poland, June 29, 2011 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  48. Connectivity vs. Dynamics in a Simple Model of Neuronal Networks, Minisymposium talk, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT, 05/22/11 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  49. Unraveling complex systems: What do brains, the internet, and ant colonies have in common? Math Awareness Month 2011 presentation, Ohio University, 04/28/11.
  50. Discrete and Indiscrete Models of Biological Networks, Graduate Student Seminar, California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA, 11/17/10 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  51. Exploring a Simple Discrete Model of Neuronal Networks, Invited special session talk at National Meeting of the MAA, Pittsburgh, PA, 08/06/10 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  52. Bioinformatics, Joint presentation with Sarah Wyatt at Young Scholars Ohio event, Ohio University, 05/17/10.
  53. What does mathematics contribute to bioinformatics? Exploring Bioinformatics Seminar, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University, 01/26/09.
  54. Discrete and indiscrete models of neuronal networks, Seminar on Mathematical Methods in Biology, Department of Mathematics, Warsaw University, Poland, 12/17/08 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  55. A mathematician investigates gene regulation, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Zielona Gora, Poland, 12/10/08.
  56. Extreme Chaos in Boolean Networks, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, 10/27/08 (joint work with German E. Enciso).
  57. Dynamics of cooperative discrete systems, Invited special session at 2008 Annual Meeting of the AMS, San Diego, 01/07/08 (joint work with German A. Enciso).
  58. Mathematical Tools for the Understanding of Life, Mathematical Snapshots Lecture Series, Ohio University, 11/01/07.
  59. Discrete vs. continuous dynamics of certain neuronal networks, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, 07/02/07 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  60. Discrete vs. continuous dynamics of certain neuronal networks, Universitaet Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, 06/26/07 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  61. ODE models and discrete models in biology, Advanced School on Mathematical Tools for Complex Systems in Science and Technology, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, 06/10/07.
  62. Dynamics in digraph system models for networks of neurons, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, 02/26/07 (joint work with Sungwoo Ahn, Xueying Wang and David Terman).
  63. Hard questions about simple finite dynamical systems, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, 10/09/06.
  64. Data requirements of reverse-engineering algorithms, DIMACS Workshop on Dialogue on Reverse Engineering Assessment and Methods (DREAM), New York City, 09/07/06.
    An eBriefing of the New York Academy of Sciences.
  65. Using Groebner bases to reverse-engineer biochemical networks, ACA 2006 (12th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra), Varna, Bulgaria, 06/27/06 (joint work with Brandilyn Stigler).
  66. Hard questions about simple finite dynamical systems, MBI Postdoctoral Seminar, Ohio State University, 05/25/06.
  67. Computing Groebner Bases when m << n, ECCAD 2006 (East Coast Computer Algebra Day 2006), Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, May 6, 2006, poster presentation given by Brandilyn Stigler on joint work with me.
  68. An algebraic approach to reverse engineering of biochemical networks, Data Mining & Statistical Learning Study Group, Ohio State University, 01/26/06 (joint talk with Brandilyn Stigler).
  69. Games digital animals play, Biophysics Seminar, Ohio State University, 10/19/05.
  70. Games digital animals play, MBI Seminar, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, 10/11/05.
  71. A combinatorial problem in gene regulation, Bioinformatics Seminar, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Ohio University, 04/18/05 (joint work with I. Shmulevich and J. Konvalina).
  72. Complexity of the Multiple Sequence Alignment Problem, Bioinformatics Seminar, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Ohio University, 04/06/05 (joint work with G. Della Vedova).
  73. A combinatorial problem in gene regulation, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, 01/18/05 (joint work with I. Shmulevich and J. Konvalina).
  74. Is the Predicted ESS in the Sequential Assessment Game Evolvable? GECCO 2004 (Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference 2004), Seattle, WA, June 29, 2004, poster presentation (joint work with Xiaolu Sun).
  75. Evolution of Strategies in Modified Sequential Assessment Games, CEC2004 (2004 Congress on Evolutionary Computation), Portland, OR, June 20, 2004, contributed talk (joint work with Xiaolu Sun).
  76. An introduction to black-box complexity , Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio University, 04/27/04.
  77. LINKED-The New Science of Networks, Invited presentation for Math Day 2004, Ohio University, 04/21/04.
  78. Effects of Genetic Architecture on Simultaneous Evolution of Multiple Traits, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio Unversity, 10/07/03 (joint work with Fang Zhu).
  79. A Possible Mechanism of Repressing Cheating Mutants in Myxobacteria, Poster presentation at "Biocomplexity V: Multiscale Modeling in Biology" workshop, South Bend, IN, 08/15/03, poster presentation (joint work with Ying Xiao).
  80. A Possible Mechanism of Repressing Cheating Mutants in Myxobacteria, Poster presentation at GECCO'03 (Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference), Chicago, 07/15/03, poster presentation (joint work with Ying Xiao).
  81. Simulating the Evolution of Contest Escalation, Workshop talk at BioGEC 2003 (Biological Applications for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation), Chicago, 07/12/03 (joint work with Xiaolu Sun).
  82. Effects of Genetic Architecture on Evolution of Multiple Traits, Workshop talk at ADoRo 2003 (Analysis and Design of Representations and Operators), Chicago, 07/12/03 (joint work with Fang Zhu).
  83. Testing the War of Attrition Model with Computer Simulations, Ecolunch, Ohio University, 01/15/03 (joint work with Fang Zhu).
  84. Complexity of Multiple Sequence Alignment, Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, Ohio Unversity, 11/05/02.
  85. Testing the Sequential assessment Game with Computer Simulations, 2002 Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Indiana University, Bloomington, contributed talk, 07/14/02 (joint work with Xiaolu Sun).
  86. Testing the Sequential Assessment Model with Computer Simulations, 5th ESTMB Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Computing in Biology and Medicine, Milano, Italy, contributed talk, 07/03/02 (joint work with Xiaolu Sun).
  87. Effects of pleiotropy on simultaneous evolution of multiple traits, Evolution 2002, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, contributed talk, 06/29/02 (joint work with Fang Zhu).
  88. Complexity issues in bioinformatics, colloquium talk, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Ohio University, 04/26/02.
  89. Mathematics and the Genome, public lecture in celebration of Mathematics Awareness Month, Ohio University, 04/05/02.
  90. Coding Multiple Thresholds in a Genome and the Power of Selection, 53rd Annual Meeting of the AIBS, 03/22/02, poster presentation (joint work with Fang Zhu).
  91. The Mathematics of the Genome, West Virginia University, invited colloquium talk, 03/19/02.
  92. Simulated evolution of fighting rituals, 2001 Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Oregon State University, contributed talk, 07/16/01.
  93. Simulated evolution of fighting rituals, invited seminar talk, Bowling Green State University, 03/23/01.
  94. Simulated evolution of fighting rituals, 2001 Midwest regional meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, contributed talk, 03/17/01.
  95. The new science of bioinformatics, ACM sponsored lecture, Ohio University, 03/07/01.
  96. Some computational challenges in functional genomics, Molecular Biology Seminar, Ohio University, 01/26/01.
  97. What is bioinformatics and what can it do for the rest of biology? Invited talk at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 12/06/00.
  98. Simuated Evolution of Fighting Rituals, Invited talk at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 12/05/00.
  99. Multiple Sequence Alignment as a Facility Location Problem, Prague Stringology Club Workshop '2000, Bratislava, Slovakia, 09/02/00.
  100. How to evolve a Napoleon Complex, Special session talk, 2000 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, San Diego, CA, 07/18/00.
  101. A connection between multiple sequence alignment and facility location problems (continued), Algorithms and Computational Biology Seminar, Ohio University, 03/01/00.
  102. What is bioinformatics and what can it do for neuroscience? Seminar talk at Neurolunch, Ohio University, 02/25/00.
  103. A connection between multiple sequence alignment and facility location problems, Algorithms and Computational Biology Seminar, Ohio University, 02/02/00.
  104. Is multiple sequence alignment with SP-score really computationally intractable? Poster presented at the Third Annual Conference on Computational Genomics organized by The Institute for Genomic Research, Baltimore, Maryland, November 18-21, 1999.
  105. The new science of bioinformatics - why should mathematicians care? Colloquium talk, Department of Mathematics, Ohio University, 10/14/99.
  106. Complexity of multiple sequence alignment with fixed gap penalties, Seminars in Computational Biology, Ohio University, 09/29/99.
  107. More on computational complexity of multiple alignment with SP-score, Seminars in Computational Biology, Ohio University, 09/22/99.
  108. Computational complexity of multiple alignment with SP-score revisited, Seminars in Computational Biology, Ohio University, 09/15/99.
  109. The Napoleon Complex: Why Smaller Males Pick Fights, Conference talk, Theory and Mathematics in Biology and Medicine 1999, Amsterdam, 07/01/99.
  110. Reducing the gap-0 multiple alignment problem to the multiple alignment problem, Algorithms and Computation Theory Seminar, Ohio University, 06/03/99.
  111. Heuristic alignment algorithms: BLAST and FASTA, Algorithms and Computation Theory Seminar, Ohio University, 05/19/99.
  112. Gap-0 multiple alignment is NP-hard, Algorithms and Computation Theory Seminar, Ohio University, 04/21/99.
  113. The Napoleon Complex: why smaller males pick fights, Ecolunch, Ohio University, 04/21/99, invited seminar talk.
  114. A short primer in molecular biology, Algorithms and Computation Theory Seminar, Ohio University, 04/15/99.
  115. Applications of elementary submodels in topology and set theory, series of invited lectures given at 2nd Summer School on Set Theory and Topology organized by students of Warsaw University, held in Szumin, Poland, July 5 - July 9, 1998.
  116. An application of elementary submodels to topology, Universität Potsdam, Germany, 07/02/98, invited seminar talk.
  117. A square-like combinatorial principle, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 07/01/98, invited seminar talk.
  118. Two challenging problems about cardinal invariants of the continuum, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 01/14/98, seminar talk.
  119. Applications of elementary submodels of set theory to topology, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel, 12/09/97, invited colloquium talk.
  120. Relative topological properties, Bir Zeit University, Palestine, 11/24/97, invited colloquium talk.
  121. Some applications of elementary submodels to topology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 11/12/97, seminar talk.
  122. Matveev's variations on the theme of compactness and countable compactness, Special session talk, AMS meeting, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, 10/18/97.
  123. An application of elementary submodels in topology, Connecticut Logic Seminar, Wesleyan University, 09/29/97, invited talk.
  124. Variants of countable compactness, MAMLS, Rutgers University, 09/20/97, invited conference talk.
  125. The use of elementary submodels in topology, CUNY, New York City, 09/19/97, invited seminar talk.

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