Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution
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Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution

Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution

10th - 12th July 2017

Mathematical Modelling plays a central and increasingly important role in ecology and evolution. The object of the meeting is to show the latest development of mathematical models in ecology and evolution and to demonstrate the important role of such modelling to a new generation of researchers. This conference is the sixth in an ongoing bi-annual series of events, the first of which was held at the University of Sussex (2007). Subsequent events have been held at the University of Bristol (2009), University of Groningen (2011), University of York (2013) and College de France, Paris (2015).

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Public Lecture:
Iain Couzin (University of Konstanz)

Keynote Speakers:
Nick Chater (University of Warwick)
Caroline Colijn (Imperial College London)
Ross Cressman (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Hanna Kokko (University of Zurich)
Nuala Sheehan (University of Leicester)

Organising Committee:

Scientific Committee:
Mark Broom (City, University of London)
Amaury Lambert (UPMC College de France)
James Marshall (University of Sheffield)
Jon Pitchford (University of York)
Franjo Weissing (Groningen University)

Local Organising Committee:
Mark Broom
Andrea Baronchelli
Anne Kandler
Eduardo Alonso

2017 Conference sponsored by

London Mathematical Society             Howden-logo          

The ESMTB will be holding the 11th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology in Lisbon from 23rd July to 27th 2018. For further information please visit the website.

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