1st AIM-style Workshop on Mathematics of Reaction Networks
5-7 October 2015
Department of Mathematics
Van Vleck Hall
University of Wisconsin-Madison
This Workshop is an immediate follow-up on the four minisymposia
the AMS sectional meeting in Chicago http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2219_program.html,
and it gives us a chance to discuss in more detail about some recent
results and about open problems, and start some new collaborations.
David Anderson, University of Wisconsin
Balasz Boros, Eotvos Lorand University
Jim Brunner, University of Wisconsin
Danielle Capelletti, University of Copenhagen
Gheorghe Craciun, University of Wisconsin
Kurt Ehlert, University of Wisconsin
Jinsu Kim, University of Wisconsin
Badal Joshi, California State University San Marcos
Matthew Johnston, San Jose State University
Stefan Mueller, Johann Radon Institute
Mecedes Perez Millan, University of Buenos Aires
Casian Pantea, West Virginia University
Minh Binh Tran, University of Wisconsin
Mornings: “Chalk-talk” presentations of various topics in reaction networks
theory, selected by participants. Statement and discussion of open problems.
Afternoons: Split in smaller groups and attempt to address some of the open
This is an AIM-style workshop,
where we have (i) some presentations in the
mornings (we prefer "chalk talks" with no slides, and with opportunities for
questions and discussion), and (ii) less structured interactions in the afternoons,
where participants have a chance separate into "groups of interests" and
discuss about possible collaborations.
9th floor of Van Vleck Hall, 480 Lincoln Drive, Madison WI 53705.