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Welcome to 6th ICMB

Program

6th International Conference on Mathematical Biology

Time Table Overview

June 22

June 23

June 24

June 25

9:30-22:00

Registration

8:30-9:30

Opening Ceremony

8:00-9:40

Plenary

8:30-10:10

Plenary

9:30-10:00

Group Photo

9:40-10:10

Coffee Break

10:10-10:40

Coffee Break

10:00-10:20

Coffee Break

8:30-12:00

Short Course

10:20-12:00

Plenary

10:10-11:50

Plenary

10:40-11:30

Plenary

12:00-13:30

Lunch

12:00-13:30

Lunch

12:00-13:30

Lunch

11:30-13:00

Lunch

13:30-17:00

Short Course

13:30-15:10

Invited Session

13:30-15:10

Invited Session

13:30-15:10

Invited Session

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:40-17:20

Invited Session

15:40-17:20

Invited Session

15:40-17:20

Invited Session

17:30-19:00

Dinner

17:30-19:00

Dinner

17:30-19:00

Dinner

17:30-19:00

Dinner

 
 

June 22nd Short-course Schedule

Time

Instructor

Content

8:30-8:45

Lance Rodewald

Introduction

8:45-9:15

Jorge Alfaro-

Murillo

Classic transmission models and analytical results

9:15-9:45

Zhilan Feng

Reducing IDEs/PDEs with arbitrary sojourns to ODEs

9:45-10:45

John Glasser

Practical I – homogeneous host populations

10:45-11:00

Break

11:00-11:30

John Glasser

Simulation methods – finite-difference, discrete event/time methods

11:30-12:00

John Glasser

Meta-population modeling and mixing

12:00-13:30

Lunch (Yangguang Hall (5th Floor), 阳光大厅 (5))

13:30-14:00

Zhilan Feng

Reproduction numbers – underlying processes, next-generation approaches

14:00-15:30

John Glasser

Practical II – heterogeneous host populations

15:30-15:45

Break

15:45-16:15

Jorge Alfaro-

Murillo

Estimation of unknown or uncertain parameters

16:15-16:45

Zhilan Feng

Targeting – left eigenvector and the gradient

16:45-17:00

All instructors

Wrap-up

17:30-19:00

Dinner (Yangguang Hall (5th Floor), 阳光大厅 (5))

 

 

Report Schedule

June 23rd report schedule

Lecture Hall 101 and 102

(3rd Floor)

8:30-9:30

Opening Ceremony

9:30-10:00

Group Photo

10:00-10:20

Coffee Break

10:20-11:10

Chair

Zhilan Feng

Speaker

Qing Nie

Title

Data-driven multiscale modeling of cell fate dynamics

11:10-12:00

Chair

Wendi Wang

Speaker

Eberhard Voit

Title

Dynamic models of malaria

Lunch (Yangguang Hall (5th Floor), 阳光大厅 (5))

Lecture Hall 101

 (3rd Floor)

Topic

Mathematical Modeling in Public Health

Chair

Xing’an Zhang

13:30-13:55

Sanling Yuan

Edge-based SIR model for sexually transmitted disease on the contact network

13:55-14:20

Da Zhou

Cancer cell plasticity, models and inferences

14:20-14:45

Jianjun Jiao

Dynamics of water eutrophication model with impulsive dredging

14:45-15:10

Sheng Li

The roles of demography and vaccination in shaping long term dynamics of measles in China: An applied mathematical model in public health

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Mathematical Models in Ecology

Chairs

Kyle Dahlin, Joan Ponce

15:40-16:05

Najat Ziyadi

Sensitivity analysis of a nutrients-phytoplankton-oysters (NPO) mathematical model of

a bay ecosystem

16:05-16:30

Zhengyang Zhang

Competition for light in forest population dynamics: from computer simulator to mathematical model

16:30-16:55

Xiaoming Fu

Turing and Turing-Hopf bifurcations for a single population dynamics model

16:55-17:20

Abdul-Aziz Yakubu

Demographic Population Cycles and R0 in Discrete-Time Epidemic Models

17:20-17:45

Kyle Dahlin

Bifurcation analysis of an epizootiological model of avian malaria

Lecture Hall 87

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Infectious Disease Modeling: Methods and Applications —PDE Models

Chairs

Sanyi Tang, Yanni Xiao,

Xianning Liu

13:30-13:55

Jinliang Wang

Dynamics and profiles of a PDE cholera model with distinct dispersal rates

13:55-14:20

Daihai He

Unsynchronized influenza epidemics between two neighboring subtropical cities

14:20-14:45

Tianran Zhang

Traveling waves for a class of diffusive disease-transmission models with network structures

14:45-15:10

Juhua Liang

Travelling waves and paradoxical effects in a discrete-time growth-dispersal model

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Dynamics of Nonlinear Biological Systems

Chairs

Meng Fan, Hongyong Zhao

15:40-16:05

Yongli Cai

Complex Dynamics of a host–parasite model with both horizontal and vertical transmissions in a spatial heterogeneous environment

16:05-16:30

Ming Chen

Study on stoichiometric food chain model with two limiting nutrients

16:30-16:55

Keying Song

Bifurcation analysis of modeling biodegradation of microcystins

16:55-17:20

Canrong Tian

A free boundary problem for Aedes aegypti mosquito invasion

Lecture Hall 88

 (2nd Floor)

Topic

Time-Delayed Models in Immunology and Environmental Science

Chairs

Yasuhiro Takeuchi, Wanbiao Ma, Tsuyoshi Kajiwara

13:30-13:55

Yasuhiro Takeuchi

Maturation delay for the predators can enhance stable coexistence for a class of prey-predator models

13:55-14:20

Tsuyoshi Kajiwara

Mathematical methods in age-structured immune models

14:20-14:45

Gang Huang

Global stability for an SEI model of infectious diseases with immigration and age structure in susceptibility

14:45-15:10

Yoichi Enatsu

Complete global stability of an SIS epidemic model with delays

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:40-16:05

Yueping Dong

Mathematical modeling of an Escherichia coli and tetrahymena system

16:05-16:30

Wanbiao Ma

Global dynamics of microorganism flocculation models with time delays

16:30-16:55

Jinliang Wang

Modelling and analysis of viral infection models incorporating cell-to-cell transmission: from DDEs to PDEs

16:55-17:20

Songbai Guo

Remarks on the Lyapunov-LaSalle theorem

 

Lecture Hall 90

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Modeling and Dynamics of Vector-borne Diseases I

Chair

Huaiping Zhu

13:30-13:55

Shigui Ruan

Analysis of a dengue model with vertical transmission and application to the 2014 dengue

outbreak in Guangdong Province, China

13:55-14:20

Sanyi Tang

A climate amalgamation condition for large dengue outbreak

14:20-14:45

Hongyong Zhao

Modeling and dynamics analysis of Zika transmission

14:45-15:10

Linfei Nie

The effects of maturation delay, awareness and vector control on the spread of dengue virus

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:40-16:05

Guihua Li

Bifurcation and dynamics of mosquito-borne diseases

16:05-16:30

Hui Wan

Analysis of a stage-structured dengue model

16:30-16:55

Xiaomei Feng

Modelling and analyzing virus mutation dynamics of Chikungunya outbreaks

16:55-17:20

Haitao Song

The effect of average temperature on the transmission of West Nile virus: a model with demographics of vector mosquitoes

Dinner (Yangguang Hall (5th Floor), 阳光大厅 (5))

           
 

 

June 24th report schedule

Lecture Hall 101 and 102

(3rd Floor)

8:00-8:50

Chair

Shigui Ruan

Speaker

Donald DeAngelis

Title

Mathematical modeling of the interaction of herbivores and plants with toxicity

8:50-9:40

Chair

Meng Fan

Speaker

Zhilan Feng

Title

Striving for realism in mathematical models of infectious disease: two cautionary tales

9:40-10:10

Coffee Break

10:10-11:00

Chair

Yanni Xiao

Speaker

John Glasser

Title

Meta-population modeling to evaluate vaccination policy alternatives vis-à-vis measles and

rubella in China

11:00-11:50

Chair

Libin Rong

Speaker

Yoh Iwasa

Title

Coupled social-economic and ecological dynamics: examples from lake water eutrophication, Mongolian rangeland, and illegal logging of tropical forests

Lunch (Grand Ballroom (1st Floor), 大宴会厅 (1))

Lecture Hall 101

(3rd Floor)

Topic

Recent Advances in Infectious Disease Modeling

Chair

Jorge Alfaro-Murillo, Libin Rong

13:30-13:55

Pierre Magal

Epidemic mathematical SIR models: analysis and comparison with data

13:55-14:20

Xia Wang

Dynamics of an HIV model with multiple infection stages and treatment with different drug classes

14:20-14:45

Qiru Su

Assessing supplementary immunization strategy to achieve measles and rubella elimination in China

14:45-15:10

Libin Rong

Modeling pharmacodynamics on HIV infection

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Application of Mathematics in Biology and Medical Science

Chair

Litao Han

15:40-10:05

Jie Xu

New approaches of HIV interventions targeting high-risk groups of MSM in China

16:05-16:30

Yi Xing

Multivariate multilevel Logistic model for illicit drug use in middle school students

16:30-16:55

Jianzhao Gao

Prediction of protein backbone angles and its applications

16:55-17:20

Hao Jiang

Kernel methods in support vector machines with applications in omics data mining

Lecture Hall 87

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Transmission Dynamics on Complex Networks

Chairs

Zhen Jin, Guiquan Sun, Zhen Wang, Marko Jusup

13:30-13:55

Zhen Wang

Evolution of voluntary vaccination on two-coupled networks: the influence of community-driven players

13:55-14:20

Xin Lv

Network approaches for sampling of hidden populations

14:20-14:45

Marko Jusup

Cooperation in social dilemma experiments

14:45-15:10

Lin Wang

Characterizing the dynamics underlying global spread of emerging epidemics

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:40-16:05

Guanghu Zhu

The spatiotemporal transmission of dengue and its driving mechanism

16:05-16:30

Zhongyuan Ruan

Information filtering by smart nodes in random networks

16:30-16:55

Yi Wang

Edge-based epidemic dynamics with multiple routes of transmission on random networks

16:55-17:20

Xiaofeng Luo

An edge-based age-structured-like model for non-Markovian sexually transmitted infections in coupled network

17:20-17:45

Wenjun Jing

An SIR pairwise epidemic model with infection age and demography

Lecture Hall 88

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Modeling Spatial Dynamics in Biological Systems

Chair

Wendi Wang

13:30-13:55

Yixiang Wu

On a vector-host epidemic model with spatial structure

13:55-14:20

Guohong Zhang

Extinction and coexistence of species for a diffusive intraguild predation model with B-D functional response

14:20-14:45

Tinghui Yang

Traveling wave solution of a class of delay predator-prey models

14:45-15:10

Wendi Wang

Persistence versus extinction for two competing species under a climate change

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Infectious Disease Modeling: Methods and Applications —Delayed and Stochastic Models

Chairs

Sanyi Tang, Yanni Xiao, Xianning Liu

15:40-16:05

Yuming Chen

Effect of infection age on an SIR epidemic model with demography on complex networks

16:05-16:30

Weiming Wang

Environmental variability in a stochastic epidemic model

16:30-16:55

Yijun Lou

Population growth with continuous and non-continuous development durations

16:55-17:20

Xiunan Wang

A periodic vector-bias malaria model with incubation period

Lecture Hall 90

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Modeling and Dynamics of Vector-borne Diseases II

Chair

Huaiping Zhu

13:30-13:55

Meng Fan

Stray dogs and control of echinococcosis in Inner Mongolia

13:55-14:20

Daozhou Gao

The tragedy of the commons in a vector-host epidemic model

14:20-14:45

Guihong Fan

Bifurcation of a compartmental model with delays for tick population

14:45-15:10

Longxing Qi

Schistosomiasis transmission model and its control in Anhui province

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

15:40-16:05

Zhen Jin

Imitation dynamics in the case of vaccinating susceptible

16:05-16:30

Zhigui Lin

Spreading and vanishing for a time-periodic diffusive WNv model with moving front

16:30-16:55

Jingli Ren

Spatial-temporal basic reproduction number and dynamics for a dengue disease diffusion model

16:55-17:20

Juping Zhang

Patch model and dynamics for the spread of West Nile virus in Greater Toronto Area

Dinner (Grand Ballroom (1st Floor), 大宴会厅 (1))

         
 

 

 

 

 

June 25th report schedule

Lecture Hall 101 and 102

(3rd Floor)

8:30-9:20

Chair

Zhen Jin

Speaker

Akira Sasaki

Title

R0 centrality based control of infectious diseases in the commute network of Tokyo metropolitan area

9:20-10:10

Chair

Xianning Liu

Speaker

Jorge Velasco-Hernandez

Title

A model for breast cancer diversity and spatial heterogeneity

10:10-10:40

Coffee Break

10:40-11:30

Chair

Wanbiao Ma

Speaker

Glenn Webb

Title

Spatial spread of epidemic diseases in geographical settings: seasonal influenza epidemics in Puerto rico

Lunch (Grand Ballroom (1st Floor), 大宴会厅 (1))

Lecture Hall 101

(3rd Floor)

Topic

Computational Disease Modeling

Chairs

Jinzhi Lei, Chunhe Li

13:30-13:55

Chunhe Li

Landscape of gene networks

13:55-14:20

Wing Cheong Lo

Modeling immune system in application to studying inflammatory bowel disease and TB infection

14:20-14:45

Huijing Du

Gene regulation and spatial mechanisms control layer formation in epidermis

14:45-15:10

Bing Liu

Deciphering complex signaling networks in Asthma

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Stochastic Modelling on the Dynamics of Ecology and Epidemics

Chair

Sanling Yuan

15:40-16:05

Daqing Jiang

Periodic solution and stationary distribution of stochastic predator-prey models with higher-order perturbation

16:05-16:30

Qimin Zhang

A stochastic epidemic model with non-monotone incidence rate: Sufficient and necessary conditions for near-optionality

16:30-16:55

Xiaoyue Li

Asymptotic Properties of Multi-species Lotka-Volterra Models with Regime Switching Involving Weak and Strong Interactions

16:55-17:20

Tonghua Zhang

Deterministic and stochastic models for the chemostat systems

Lecture Hall 87

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Understanding Parasitic and Viral Diseases from a Mathematical Perspective

Chair

Miranda Teboh Ewungkem, Angela Peace

13:30-13:55

Angela Peace

Intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) and the spread of drug resistant malaria

13:55-14:20

Yun Kang

Complicated endemics of a SIR model with a generalized incidence under preventive vaccination and treatment controls

14:20-14:45

Miranda Teboh-Ewungkem

A mathematical investigation of the immuno-pathogenesis of the within-human-host malaria

parasite dynamics

14:45-15:10

Joan Ponce

Assessing the effects of modeling the spectrum of clinical symptoms on the dynamics and control of Ebola

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Modeling and Control of Infectious Disease

Chairs

Shengqiang Liu

15:40-16:05

Yongzhen Pei

Optimal switched impulsive control of intermittent androgen suppression with chemotherapy for a prostate cancer model

16:05-16:30

Shengqiang Liu

Modeling of optimal vaccine implementation policy for the multi-group epidemic Models

16:30-16:55

Jianhua Pang

Local and global stabilities of a viral dynamics model with infection-age and immune response

 

Lecture Hall 88

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Dynamical Modeling of Aquatic Ecosystems

Chair

Meng Fan

13:30-13:55

Qihua Huang

Homing fidelity and reproductive rate for migratory populations

13:55-14:20

Jinbao Liao

A general modelling framework for metapopulation dynamics in size-structured riverine networks

14:20-14:45

Quanxing Liu

Does tidal cycle determine component of phytoplankton in the coastal ecosystems?

14:45-15:10

Lai Zhang

Biodiversity loss through speciation collapse: mechanisms, warning signals, and possible rescue

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Infectious Disease

Chair

Hongyong Zhao

15:40-16:05

Rui Xu

Threshold dynamics of an HIV-1 virus model with both virus-to-cell and cell-to-cell transmissions, intracellular delay, and humoral immunity

16:05-16:30

Haiyan Wang

Combining networks and partial differential equations to improve influenza predictions

16:30-16:55

Juan Zhang

Assessing the spread of foot and mouth disease in mainland china by dynamical switching model

16:55-17:20

Lan Zou

How to control the immigration of infectious individuals for a region?

Lecture Hall 90

(2nd Floor)

Topic

Modeling and Dynamics of Vector-borne Diseases III

Chair

Huaiping Zhu

13:30-14:20

Jianshe Yu

Modelling mosquito population suppression by releasing wolbachia-infected males

14:20-14:45

Bo Zheng

Mathematical models for Wolbachia spread in mosquitoes

14:45-15:10

Ling Xue

Comparing the effectiveness of different strains of Wolbachia for controlling Chikungunya, dengue fever, and Zika

15:10-15:40

Coffee Break

Topic

Infectious Disease Modeling: Methods and Applications —

Data Based Models

ChairS

Sanyi Tang, Yanni Xiao,

Xianning Liu

15:40-16:05

Kaifa Wang

Effects of explicit dynamics of free virus, immune responses and intracellular delay on the process of virus infection

16:05-16:30

Zack MacArthur

Enhancing food safety: modeling foodborne pathogen contamination dynamics in industrial poultry processing

16:30-16:55

Xiaodan Sun

Multi-scale system for HIV epidemic in China

16:55-17:20

Mingwang Shen

The cost-effectiveness of oral HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and early antiretroviral therapy in the presence of drug resistance among men who have sex with men in San Francisco

Dinner (Grand Ballroom (1st Floor), 大宴会厅 (1))