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  1. Bioengineering [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Yannis Kalaidzidis)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Andrey Cherstvy: Protein-DNA interactions: reaching and recognizing the targets
    2. [15:05-15:25]Simone Scacchi: The anisotropic Bidomain model of electrocardiology: a comparison of coupled and uncoupled parallel preconditioners
    3. [15:25-15:45]Yvonne Stokes: Improving success rates of assisted reproduction technology by mathematical modelling
    4. [15:45-16:05]Paweł Lachor: Accuracy indices for assessing performance of different versions of Gillespie Algorithm for stochastic molecular simulations
  2. Bioimaging [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Włodzimierz Klonowski)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Yannis Kalaidzidis: Quantitative Multiparametric Image Analysis for Estimation of siRNA Induced Off-target Effect
    2. [11:35-11:55]Alexey Doroshkov: Analysis of leaf hairiness in wheat Triticum Aestivum L. using image processing technique
    3. [11:55-12:15]Ilona Kowalik-Urbaniak: Objective quality assessment of JPEG- and JPEG2000- compressed CT neuro images
    4. [12:15-12:35]Raffaello Seri: Confidence sets for the Aumann mean of a random closed set
    5. [12:35-12:55]Konstantin Thierbach: Application of variational shape models in single cell tracking
  3. Bioinformatics and System Biology 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Jerzy Tiuryn)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Laura Astola: Glycosylation Networks in Tomato, Top-down and Bottom-up Inference Combined
    2. [09:05-09:25]Pawel Foszner: Efficient reannotation system for verifying genomic targets of DNA microarray probes
    3. [09:25-09:45]Bartholomaeus Hirt: Mathematical investigation into the effects of the anti-cancer compound RHPS4 on cell-cycle dynamics
    4. [09:45-10:05]Scott Fortmann-Roe: Automatic Classification of Vulture Behavior using Machine Learning Algorithms Applied to Accelerometer Data
    5. [10:05-10:25]William Weens: Modeling tumor development in liver
    Bioinformatics and System Biology 2 [Wednesday, June 29, 11:00](chaired by Jerzy Tiuryn)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Sara Jabbari: Systems biology of Clostridium acetobutylicum
    2. [11:35-11:55]Anne Arnold: Comparative model analyis of the Calvin-Benson cycle
    3. [11:55-12:15]Sabrina Kleessen: Dynamic regulatory on/off minimization infers key regulators of the Calvin cycle under internal temporal perturbations
    4. [12:15-12:35]Michael Sadovsky: Close order in triplet composition in genomes
    5. [12:35-12:55]Maurício Vieira Kritz: Biological Information, Biological Interaction and Anticipation
    Bioinformatics and System Biology 3 [Wednesday, June 29, 14:30](chaired by Michael Sadovsky)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Joerg Galle: Transcriptional regulation by histone modifications
    2. [15:05-15:25]Ilya Akberdin: Automatic generation of mathematical models of molecular-genetic systems
    3. [15:25-15:45]Mirela Domijan: Light and temperature effects on the circadian clock
    4. [15:45-16:05]Samuel Handelman: GENPHEN: Genotype/Phenotype Association with Reference to Phylogeny
    5. [16:05-16:25]Michał Marczyk: Discriminative gene selection in low dose radiotherapy microarray data for radiosensitivity profile search
    Bioinformatics and System Biology 4 [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00](chaired by Michael Sadovsky)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Jose Nacher: Data analysis and mathematical modeling of internal duplication process in multi-domain proteins
    2. [17:35-17:55]Krzysztof Świder: Modeling and Integration of Biological Networks with BiNArr
    3. [17:55-18:15]Michał Zientek: Improving functional coherence of gene signatures by using Gene Ontology terms
    4. [18:15-18:35]Ulyana Zubairova: The Cell Growth and Division Can Destroy Stem Cell Niche in a Reaction-Diffusion Model
    5. [18:35-18:55]Julian Arndts: Transaction costs and structure formation: an economic approach to biological systems
  4. Cancer 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Luigi Preziosi)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Vincenzo Capasso: Population behaviour of cancer stem cells
    2. [11:35-11:55]Astrid Gasselhuber: Computational Model of Targeted Drug Delivery via Low-Temperature Sensitive Liposomes and image-guided focused ultrasound
    3. [11:55-12:15]Juan Carlos López Alfonso: Some Mathematical Problems in Radiotherapy
    4. [12:15-12:35]Victor M. Pérez-García: Bright solitons in malignant gliomas
    5. [12:35-12:55]Marc Sturrock: Spatio-temporal modelling of the Hes1 and p53 pathways
    Cancer 2 [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Victor M. Pérez-García)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Maciej Swat: Multi-Cell Tumor Growth Modeling Using CompuCell3D
    2. [15:05-15:25]Maymona Al-husari: Regulation of Tumour Intracellular pH: A Mathematical Model Examining the interplay between hydrogen ions and lactate
    3. [15:25-15:45]Silvia Mahmood: Numerical simulations of a continuum model for avascular tumor growth
    4. [15:45-16:05]Gibin Powathil: Modelling the effects of cell-cycle heterogeneity on tumour response to chemotherapy: Biological insights from a hybrid multi-scale cellular automaton model
    5. [16:05-16:25]Russell Rockne: Response to anti-angiogenic therapy in human brain tumors: the role of the microenvironment and heterogeneity
    Cancer 3 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Maciej Swat)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Benjamin Ribba: Evaluation of the antitumor effect of PCV chemotherapy on diffuse low-grade gliomas with a longitudinal tumor growth inhibition model
    2. [17:35-17:55]Gianluca Ascolani: Migration processes of interacting cancerous cells: beyond the mean field approximation
    3. [17:55-18:15]Alicia Martinez-Gonzalez: Hypoxic Migratory Cell Waves around Necrotic Cores in Glioblastomas: A Mathematical Model
    4. [18:15-18:35]Krzysztof Psiuk-Maksymowicz: Computational study of vascular tumour growth in response to combined therapies
    5. [18:35-18:55]Zuzanna Szymańska: Mathematical modelling of cancer invasion: distinguishing between the relative importance of cell-cell adhesion and cell-matrix adhesion
    Cancer 4 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Andreas Deutsch)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Daniela Schlueter: The Role of Cell-Cell and Cell-Matrix Adhesion in Cancer Cell Invasion: A Multiscale Individual-Based Modelling Approach
    2. [09:05-09:25]Maria Barbarossa: Delay equations for the cell cycle of tumoral cells
    3. [09:25-09:45]Eunjung Kim: Getting old and misbehaving: Can stromal aging drive melanoma initiation?
    4. [09:45-10:05]Mark Robertson-Tessi: Metabolism: Integrating cellular and microenvironmental heterogeneity to drive tumor progression
    5. [10:05-10:25]Jacob Scott: Genotypic Determinants of metastatic fitness: a delicate balance of passenger and driver mutations
    Cancer 5 [Wednesday, June 29, 11:00](chaired by Andreas Deutsch)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Carsten Wiuf: Stochastic modeling of dna sequence data from heterogeneous tumors
    2. [11:35-11:55]Stefan Becker: A mathematical model of brain tumor and normal tissue responses to radiation therapy
    3. [11:55-12:15]Mikhail Kolev: Numerical analysis of a model of tumor invasion
    4. [12:15-12:35]Berta Mendoza-Juez: Mathematical modelling of metabolic symbiosis in tumors
    5. [12:35-12:55]Shabnam MoobedMehdiAbadi: Lattice Gas Cellular Automata modeling of lineage dynamics and feedback control
    Cancer 6 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Carsten Wiuf)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Ibrahim Cheddadi: Towards quantitative individual-based and continuum models of tumor multicellular aggregates
    2. [15:05-15:25]Niall Deakin: Mathematical Modelling of Cancer Growth and Spread: The Role of Enzyme Degradation of Tissue
    3. [15:25-15:45]Andrey Kolobov: Speed selection in the model of infiltrative tumour growth with account of migration-proliferation dichotomy
    4. [15:45-16:05]Carsten Mente: Modeling of Tumor Cell Dynamics with Individual-based Lattice-gas Cellular Automata
    5. [16:05-16:25]Joanna Rodriguez Chrobak: Mathematical model of lymphoma as a failure in maintanance of naïve T cell repertoire
    Cancer 7 [Saturday, July 2, 14:30](chaired by Vitaly Volpert)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Gülnihal Meral: Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulations for the Influence of Heat Shock Proteins on Tumour Invasion
    2. [15:05-15:25]Maciej Mrugala: Predicting pseudoprogression in glioblastoma patients: A mathematical and clinical perspective
    3. [15:25-15:45]Arne Traulsen: Dynamics of blood diseases and the hierarchy of hematopoiesis
    4. [15:45-16:05]Jill Gallaher: Phenotypic inheritance transforms heterogeneity in tumor growth
    5. [16:05-16:25]Philip Gerlee: The impact of phenotypic switching on glioma growth
  5. Cell and Tissue Biophysics 1 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Zbigniew Peradzyński)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Sara Tiburtius: A multiscale model of mineralized fibril bundles - a homogenization approach
    2. [12:05-12:25]Vladimir Zubkov: Hyperosmolarity of the tear film in dry eye syndrom
    3. [12:25-12:45]Jan Fuhrmann: On a parabolic model for particle alignment
    4. [12:45-13:05]Kyriaki Giorgakoudi: Mathematical modelling of foot-and-mouth disease virus infection of bovine epithelial cells
    5. [13:05-13:25]Tracy Stepien: Stretch-dependent proliferation in a one-dimensional elastic continuum model of cell layer migration
    Cell and Tissue Biophysics 2 / Neurosciences 3 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Zbigniew J. Grzywna)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Keng-Hwee Chiam: Bleb Statics, Dynamics, Adaptation and Directed Cell Migration
    2. [15:05-15:25]Adelle Coster: Modelling Insulin Action on Glucose Transporters
    3. [15:25-15:45]Alina Toma: A Nutrient-Guided Chemotaxis-Haptotaxis Approach for Modeling the Invasion of Tumor Cells
    4. [15:45-16:05]Eirini Spanou: The identification of a neuroelectric system in the time and frequency domain when an alpha stimulation is present
    5. [16:05-16:25]Massimiliano Tamborrino: Detection of the first-spike latency
    Cell and Tissue Biophysics 3 [Saturday, July 2, 11:00](chaired by Keng-Hwee Chiam)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Z.J. Grzywna: Role and activity of some chosen voltage-gated K+ and Na+ channels – mathematical description and analyses
    2. [11:35-11:55]Zofia Jones: Helfrich Energy Model of the Phagocytosis of a Fibre
    3. [11:55-12:15]Jonathan Li: Effects of Cell Compressibility, Motility and Contact Inhibition on the Growth of Tumor Cell Clusters
    4. [12:15-12:35]Uduak George: Mathematical and numerical modelling of cell membrane deformations as a consequence of actin dynamics
    5. [12:35-12:55]Robert Bauer: A queueing theory model for the dynamics of microtubules and microfilaments
  6. Cellular Systems Biology 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Evgenii Volkov)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Peter Buske: Modelling in vitro crypt formation
    2. [15:05-15:25]Matthias Kahm: Actuators of yeast potassium homeostasis
    3. [15:25-15:45]Max Sajitz-Hermstein: Biochemical reaction networks meet Coalitional Game Theory: The importance of not being single
    4. [15:45-16:05]Robert Heise: Extensions to Kinetic Flux Profiling to determine the distribution of fluxes in the central carbon metabolism of Arabidopsis thaliana
    5. [16:05-16:25]Fabien Crauste: Multiscale Modelling of Red Blood Cell Production using Continuous and Hybrid Models
    Cellular Systems Biology 2 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Jörg Galle)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Zoltan Neufeld: Integrating multiple signals into cell decisions by a network of protein modification cycles
    2. [17:35-17:55]Daniel Damineli: Minimal modeling of two-oscillator circadian systems under conflicting environmental cues
    3. [17:55-18:15]Tetsuya Kobayashi: Noise-Induced Symmetry-Breaking Underlies Reliable and Flexible Cellular Decision-Making
    4. [18:15-18:35]Adam Makuchowski: Discovering motifs in DNA sequences
    5. [18:35-18:55]Tanny Lai: Combined experimental and mathematical modeling of circular dorsal ruffles
    Cellular Systems Biology 3 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Anita T. Layton)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Evgenii Volkov: Dynamics of coupled repressilators: the role of mRNA kinetics and transcription cooperativity
    2. [12:05-12:25]Marcus Tindall: Genetic Regulation of Cholesterol Biosynthesis
    3. [12:25-12:45]Elisenda Feliu: Enzyme sharing as a cause of multistationarity in signaling systems
    4. [12:45-13:05]Radek Erban: Stochastic modelling of reaction-diffusion processes in biology
    5. [13:05-13:25]Milan van Hoek: Protein Cost and Metabolic Network Structure Underlie Different Modes of Metabolic Efficiency
    Cellular Systems Biology 4 [Saturday, July 2, 11:00](chaired by John Tyson)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Attila Csikasz-Nagy: Cell signaling network unit dynamics
    2. [11:35-11:55]Mehrdad Jafari-Mamaghani: Employing Statistics in Systems Microscopy
    3. [11:55-12:15]J Krishnan: Modelling and elucidating design principles underlying attractive and repulsive gradient sensing
    4. [12:15-12:35]Ilya Potapov: Dynamics of synthetic genetic repressilators with phase-repulsive coupling
    5. [12:35-12:55]Jaroslaw Śmieja: Coupled sensitivity and frequency analysis of signalling pathways
  7. Developmental Biology 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00](chaired by Sharon Lubkin)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Michael Watson: Development of the Murine Retinal Vasculature: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation
    2. [17:35-17:55]Michael Kücken: The role of mechanical stress and Merkel cells in the formation of fingerprints
    3. [17:55-18:15]Suruchi Bakshi: Breaking the symmetry: understanding Centrosomin incorporation in Drosophila centrosomes in order to study asymmetric division of neural stem cells
    4. [18:15-18:35]Heather Hardway: Dorsal-ventral patterning in sea urchin and Drosophila embryos
    5. [18:35-18:55]Anotida Madzvamuse: The evolving surface finite element method (ESFEM) for pattern formation on evolving biological surfaces
    Developmental Biology 2 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Anotida Madzvamuse)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Sascha Dalessi: Analytical modeling of Dpp wt profile and tkv clones in Drosophila wing imaginal discs
    2. [12:05-12:25]Hiroshi Yoshida: A condition for regeneration of a cell chain based on Dachsous:Fat heterodimer system
    3. [12:25-12:45]Chadha Chettaoui: Towards a single-cell-based model of early development in ruminants
    4. [12:45-13:05]Sharon Lubkin: Mechanical control of spheroid growth: distinct morphogenetic regimes
    5. [13:05-13:25]Victoria Mironova: The combined mechanisms of the reverse fountain and the reflected flow provide for self-organization and maintenance of the root apical meristem
    Developmental Biology 3 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Hiroshi Yoshida)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Tilmann Glimm: Pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems with an external morphogen gradient
    2. [15:05-15:25]Eva Deinum: Manipulating auxin transport: different strategies leave different signatures
    3. [15:25-15:45]Torbjörn Lundh: Invariances of cross- and trippel-ratios of human limbs?
    4. [15:45-16:05]Andrey Polezhaev: Mechanisms of pattern formation in biological systems caused by diffusion instability
    5. [16:05-16:25]Sergey Nikolaev: Spatial Distributed Genetic Mechanism for Stem Cell Niche Structure Control in the Shoot Apical Meristem
    Developmental Biology 4 [Saturday, July 2, 11:00](chaired by Tilmann Glimm)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Yoshihiro Morishita: Coding design of positional information for robust morphogenesis
    2. [11:35-11:55]Jörn Starruß: Collective migration in myxobacteria driven by adventurous motility and elongated cell shape
    3. [11:55-12:15]Joanna Szymanowska-Pułka: Analysis of the Lateral Root Morphology with the Use of the Fast Fourier Transform
    4. [12:15-12:35]Sofia Tapani: Mathematical modelling of pronuclei migration in the mammalian egg
    5. [12:35-12:55]Lisa Willis: Biosilica nanoscale pattern formation in diatoms
  8. Ecosystems Dynamics 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Helen Kettle)
    1. [11:10-11:40]Johannes Müller: Modeling the spread of phytophtora
    2. [11:45-12:10]Baba Issa Camara: Estimation of the stratified dispersal rate
    3. [12:10-12:35]Yoan Eynaud: Modelling the mesopelagic ecosystem: how far details are important ?
    Ecosystems Dynamics 2 [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Johannes Müller)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Helen Kettle: Modelling the Emergent Dynamics of Microbial Communities in the Human Colon
    2. [15:05-15:25]Jonathan Greenman: Pathogen exclusion in eco-epidemiological models
    3. [15:25-15:45]Toshiyuki Namba: Intraguild Predation in a Source-Sink Metacommunity
    4. [15:45-16:05]Virginia Pasour: Influence of Macrophytes on Biological Residence Time in a Flow-Through System
    5. [16:05-16:25]Joe Yuichiro Wakano: Reduction from reaction-diffusion model to two-patch compartment model
    Ecosystems Dynamics 3 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Jacek Miękisz)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Norio Yamamura: Different Social-ecological Networks in Grassland and Forest Systems:Implication for their sustainable management
    2. [17:35-17:55]María Vela-Pérez: Geodesic paths in simple graphs for some social insects
    3. [17:55-18:15]Ping Yan: Global asymptotic stability of solutions of nonautonomous master equations
    4. [18:15-18:35]Catalina Ciric: Aquatic ecosystem modeling: use of screening sensitivity analysis methods to facilitate the calibration process
    5. [18:35-18:55]Andriamihaja Ramanantoanina: A density-dependent diffusion model for a two-phase invasion
  9. Epidemics 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Hiroshi Nishiura)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Andrea Pugliese: Approximation of infection spread in multigroup SIR models through homogeneous models
    2. [11:35-11:55]Ellen Brooks-Pollock: Tuberculosis - the family disease?
    3. [11:55-12:15]Eleanor Harrison: Epidemic Models for Leishmaniasis: Elucidation of Key Processes and Parameters
    4. [12:15-12:35]Ludovic Mailleret: From elaborate to compact seasonal plant epidemic models
    5. [12:35-12:55]Mateusz Plucinski: Human social network structure is reflected in sequence data for commensal bacteria
    Epidemics 2 [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Andrea Pugliese)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Jesus R. Artalejo: The ratio of expectations distribution as an alternative to quasi-stationarity in stochastic biological models
    2. [15:05-15:25]MJ Lopez-Herrero: The SIS and SIR stochastic epidemic models: Length of an outbreak and time to infection
    3. [15:25-15:45]Rosalyn Porter: Modelling the role of acaricide in preventing tick borne disease in a wild game bird
    4. [15:45-16:05]Mick Roberts: Epidemic models with uncertainty
    5. [16:05-16:25]Jamie Prentice: The Perturbation Effect in wildlife diseases: An emergent behaviour of simple models
    Epidemics 3 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Suzanne Touzeau)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Hiroshi Nishiura: Validating early estimation of the transmission potential of pandemic influenza (H1N1-2009): Sample size estimation for post-epidemic seroepidemiological studies
    2. [17:35-17:55]Geoffry Mercer: Did seasonal influenza vaccination increase the risk of pandemic influenza infection?
    3. [17:55-18:15]Ludek Berec: Double impact of sterilizing pathogens: added value of increased life expectancy on pest control effectiveness
    4. [18:15-18:35]Roslyn Hickson: Evaluating control strategies for TB in the Torres Strait Island region
    5. [18:35-18:55]Olesya Melnichenko: Tuberculosis in Russia: comparison of TB control programmes
    Epidemics 4 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Mick Roberts)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Roberto Saenz: Quantifying transmission of high- and low-pathogenicity H7N1 avian influenza in turkeys
    2. [09:05-09:25]Ross Davidson: The impact of social structure on spatially explicit epidemiological models
    3. [09:25-09:45]Thanate Dhirasakdanon: Coexistence of vertically and horizontally transmitted parasite strains in a simple SI type model
    4. [09:45-10:05]Ekaterina A. Nosova: Equilibrium in model of HIV dynamics with transitions between risk group
    5. [10:05-10:25]Ait Dads Elhadi: Existence of Positive Almost Periodic or Ergodic Solutions for Some Neutral Nonlinear Integral Equations arising in epidemiological models
    Epidemics 5 [Wednesday, June 29, 11:00](chaired by Ludek Berec)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Max von Kleist: A Mathematical Modelling Framework to Assess the Impact of Antiviral Strategies on HIV Transmission
    2. [11:35-11:55]Artem Novozhilov: On the spread of epidemics in a closed heterogeneous population: Stochastic aspects
    3. [11:55-12:15]Megan Selbach-Allen: An investigation of the epidemic threshold phenomenon in complex networks
    4. [12:15-12:35]Asher Uziel: Predicting the period in seasonally driven epidemics
    5. [12:35-12:55]Sarunas Repsys: A brood-parasites dynamics model
    Epidemics 6 / Population Dynamics 7 [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00](chaired by Wilson C. Ferreira Jr.)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Suzanne Touzeau: Estimating scrapie epidemiological parameters: comparison between a population dynamic model and an individual-based model
    2. [17:35-17:55]Ananthi Anandanadesan: Mathematical modeling of the spatio-temporal dynamics of aphid-paraistoid-plant-virus interactions
    3. [17:55-18:15]Benjamin Franz: Hybrid modelling of cell migration: coupling individual-based models with partial differential equations
    4. [18:15-18:35]Masahiro Anazawa: Interspecific competition models derived from competition between individuals
    5. [18:35-18:55]Sebastian Weitz: A model of self-induced thigmotactism in ants
    Epidemics 7 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Geoffry Mercer)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Ryosuke Nishi: Chase and Escape in Groups: Vampire Problem
    2. [12:05-12:25]Konstantin Avilov: Case detection rate: what can be estimated without prevalence surveys?
    3. [12:25-12:45]Luis Fernandez Lopez: Time-dependent discret, Ising-like model for SIS epidemic systems
    4. [12:45-13:05]Toshikazu Kuniya: Global stability analysis with a discretization approach for an age-structured SIR epidemic model
    5. [13:05-13:25]Valeriy Perminov: On the reproduction number in different infectious diseases models
    Epidemics 8 [Saturday, July 2, 08:30](chaired by Roberto Saenz)
    1. [08:30-08:50]Aziz Ouhinou: Epidemiological Models with Prevalence Dependent Endogenous Self-Protection Measure
    2. [08:55-09:15]S.Naser Hashemi: Modeling Control Strategies for Influenza Epidemic with the Emergence and Evolution of Drug Resistance
    3. [09:20-09:40]Jing-an Cui: Models of infectious disease control with limit treatment resource
    4. [09:45-10:05]Helen Johnson: Novel ABC-bayesian emulation hybrid algorithm for complex model calibration: the first waves
    5. [10:10-10:30]Ahmed Elaiw: Global properties of virus dynamics models with multi-target cells and delays
  10. Evolutionary Ecology 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Kalle Parvinen)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Alex Best: Host resistance and coevolution in spatially structured populations
    2. [09:05-09:25]Alexander Bratus: Stability and limit behavior of a distributed replicator system
    3. [09:25-09:45]Arseny Karkach: Adaptive trade-off between reproduction and survival in Mediterranean fruit flies induced by changing dietary conditions
    4. [09:45-10:05]Akiko Satake: A computational model of plant life cycle: genetic mechanism of local adaptation in flowering time
    5. [10:05-10:25]Tanya Kostova Vassilevska: A model of intracellular virus replication with implications for virus evolution
    Evolutionary Ecology 2 [Wednesday, June 29, 11:00](chaired by Roger Bowers)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Stephen Cornell: Space, coexistence, and mutual invasibility
    2. [11:35-11:55]Tea Ammunét: Modelling the outcome of climate change driven invasion: effects of apparent competition on the resident and invasive forest herbivore population dynamics
    3. [11:55-12:15]Magda Castel: Temporal heterogeneity in host availability can cause evolutionary branching of plant parasites
    4. [12:15-12:35]Ilmari Karonen: Evolution of polymorphism on a heterogeneous landscape
    5. [12:35-12:55]Anne Seppänen: Evolution of Dispersal and Global Climate Change
    Evolutionary Ecology 3 [Wednesday, June 29, 14:30](chaired by Eva Kisdi)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Atsushi Yamauchi: Joint evolution of sex ratio and reproductive group size under local mate competition with inbreeding depression
    2. [15:05-15:25]Fátima Drubi Vega: Do bacteria form spores as a bet-hedging strategy in stochastic environments?
    3. [15:25-15:45]Krzysztof Bartoszek: Multivariate comparative analysis
    4. [15:45-16:05]Elizabeth Elliott: Dispersal polymorphism and species' invasions
    5. [16:05-16:25]Jaakko Toivonen: An adaptive trade-off between seed size and germination time
    Evolutionary Ecology 4 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Atsushi Yamauchi)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Kalle Parvinen: Joint evolution of dispersal and cooperation in a locally stochastic metapopulation model
    2. [12:05-12:25]Roger Bowers: Evolutionary behaviour in single-species discrete-time models: the importance of trade-offs, the underlying population dynamics and density dependence
    3. [12:25-12:45]Tuomas Nurmi: Joint evolution of specialization and dispersal in structured metapopulations
    4. [12:45-13:05]Margarete Utz: Body Condition Dependent Dispersal in a Heterogeneous Environment
    5. [13:05-13:25]Chelsea Liddell: Persistence of the Sickle Cell Genome in the Presence of Malaria
    Evolutionary Ecology 5 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Tanya Kostova Vassilevska)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Bernt Wennberg: Sympatric speciation and its dependence on competition and strength of reinforcement
    2. [15:05-15:25]Dorothy Wallace: Sexually differentiated death rates in the presence of an efficient mating strategy
    3. [15:25-15:45]Wojciech Borkowski: Cellular automaton eco-systems – the simple way to simulate macroevolution
    4. [15:45-16:05]Judith Miller: Beyond mutation surfing: adaptation during invasions
  11. Genetics and Genomics 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Stanisław Cebrat)
    1. [08:30-08:50]Veit Schwämmle: The formation of histone modification domains
    2. [08:55-09:15]Richard Kollár: Mathematical model of biophysical mechanisms of telomere length maintenance in mitochondrial DNA of C. parapsilosis
    3. [09:15-09:35]Paweł Błażej: Modeling of prokaryotic genome evolution using coding signal as selection pressure
    4. [09:35-09:55]Katarína Boďová: Factors determining length distribution of telomeric structures in absence of telomerase
    5. [09:55-10:15]Agnieszka Danek: Algorithm for Searching for Approximate Tandem Repeats based on the Burrows-Wheeler transform
    6. [10:15-10:35]Łukasz Olczak: Mathematical model of tandem repeat evolution based on comparisons of Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis genomes
  12. Immunology 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 14:30](chaired by Urszula Foryś)
    1. [14:30-14:55]Edgar Delgado-Eckert: A model of host response to a multi-stage pathogen
    2. [15:00-15:25]Marina Dolfin: A phenomenological approach to the dynamics of clonal expansion and immune competition of T cells
    3. [15:30-15:55]Sebastian Gerdes: Can Polyclonality prevent the outbreak of leukemia?
    4. [16:00-16:25]Shingo Iwami: Quantification system of viral dynamics in vitro - the dynamics of SHIV on HSC-F cell line
    Immunology 2 [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00](chaired by Urszula Foryś)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Jessica Conway: Continuous-time branching processes to model viral load in treated HIV+ individuals
    2. [17:35-17:55]Yin Cai: Spatially-resolved mathematical modeling of T cell antigen recognition
    3. [17:55-18:15]Jose A. Garcia: A reinforced random walk model for studying the acute inflammatory response
    4. [18:15-18:35]Koichi Saeki: T cell anergy as a strategy to reduce the risk of autoimmunity
    5. [18:35-18:55]Vladas Skakauskas: Numerical study of receptor-toxin-antibody interaction problem
    Immunology 3 / Medical Physiology 2 [Saturday, July 2, 08:30](chaired by John Ward)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Gabriel Dimitriu: Optimal controls for enhancing natural response of the immune system in obesity-related chronic inflammation
    2. [09:05-09:25]Fernao Vistulo de Abreu: Self-Nonself discrimination and the role of Costimulation and Anergy
    3. [09:25-09:45]Galina Gramotnev: Generalised Stress: A unifying model for psychological stress and psychosomatic treatment
    4. [09:45-10:05]Masoomeh Taghipoor: A New Mathematical Model for combining Transport and Degradation in the Small Intestine
  13. Medical Physiology 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Jerry Batzel)
    1. [11:10-11:40]John Ward: Mathematical modelling of wound healing and the development of chronic wounds
    2. [11:45-12:10]Martina Gallenberger: A mathematical model for glucose and insulin dynamics with direct connection to the beta-cell cycle
    3. [12:10-12:35]Jonathan Hiorns: A biomechanical model of the asthmatic airway
    4. [12:35-13:00]Irene Vignon-Clementel: Towards predictive modeling of patient-specific Glenn-to-Fontan conversions: boundary conditions and design issues
    Medical Physiology 2 (see Immunology 3) [Saturday, July 2, 08:30]
  14. Neurosciences 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Petr Lansky)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Susanne Ditlevsen: The stochastic Morris-Lecar neuron model embeds a one-dimensional diffusion and its first-passage-time crossings
    2. [09:05-09:25]Daniel Forger: The surprising complexity of signal processing in clock neurons
    3. [09:25-09:45]Jan Pyrzowski: A dynamical model of epilepsy in a plastic neuronal network
    4. [09:45-10:05]Justyna Signerska: Firing map for integrate-and-fire models with almost periodic stimulus
    5. [10:05-10:25]Kseniya Kravchuk: Delayed feedback results in non-markovian statistics of neuronal firing
    Neurosciences 2 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Petr Lansky)
    1. [11:30-12:00]John Hertz: Network reconstruction from nonstationary spike trains
    2. [12:05-12:25]Andrzej Bielecki: Mathematical and numerical modeling of presynaptic phase of fast transport
    3. [12:25-12:45]Anastasia Lavrova: Dynamical switching between network states in the hippocampal circuit
    4. [12:45-13:05]Laura Sacerdote: On the Interspike Times of two coupled Neurons
    5. [13:05-13:25]Charles Smith: Distinguishing the Type of Input Noise in the Fitzhugh-Nagumo Neuronal Model
    Neurosciences 3 (see Cell and Tissue Biophysics 2) [Friday, July 1, 14:30]
  15. Population Dynamics 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 11:00](chaired by Mirosław Lachowicz)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Carlos A. Braumann: Profit optimization issues in livestock production in a randomly variable environment
    2. [11:35-11:55]Chun Fang: Asymptotic almost periodicity of competitive-cooperative systems with almost periodic time dependence
    3. [11:55-12:15]Nicola McPherson: Macroparasites in Managed Systems: Using mathematical models to help reduce the Impact of \emph{Argulus foliaceus} in UK Fisheries
    Population Dynamics 10 [Saturday, July 2, 11:00](chaired by Christina Cobbold)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Max Souza: Multiscaling Modelling in Evolutionary Dynamics
    2. [11:35-11:55]Atiyo Ghosh: Quantifying Stochastic Introgression Processes with Hazard Rates
    3. [11:55-12:15]Ryan Chisholm: A theoretical model linking interspecific variation in density dependence to species abundances
    4. [12:15-12:35]Wes Maciejewski: Resistance Distance and Relatedness on an Evolutionary Graph
    5. [12:35-12:55]Jonathan Rault: Equilibria and stability results for some zooplankton size-structured models
    Population Dynamics 11 [Saturday, July 2, 14:30](chaired by Dorothy Wallace)
    1. [14:30-14:55]Isaias Chairez-Hernandez: Grasshopper population interpolation with Generalized linear models
    2. [15:00-15:25]Joanna Jaroszewska: Chaotic properties of some partial differential equation with a random delay describing cellular replication
    3. [15:25-15:50]Adriana Bernal Escobar: Spatial explicit dispersal modeling for the conservation of jaguars in Colombia
    4. [15:50-16:15]Yo-Hey Otake: Convergence properties of the law of reproduction by the first principle derivation in population dynamics
    Population Dynamics 2 [Tuesday, June 28, 14:30](chaired by Carlos A. Braumann)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Jaime Iranzo: Tempo and mode of inhibitor-mutagen therapies: a multidisciplinary approach
    2. [15:05-15:25]Wilson Ferreira Jr.: Dengue Epidemics : Urbi et Orbi
    3. [15:25-15:45]Mickael Teixeira Alves: Optimal foraging predators in Leslie Gower models with alternative prey
    4. [15:45-16:05]Luis Sanz: Exponential growth and extinction in age structured populations incorporating environmental stochasticity
    5. [16:05-16:25]Andreas Bohn: Multi-level modeling of the stochastic spatio-temporal dynamics of phototrophic biofilms
    Population Dynamics 3 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Adam Bobrowski)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Peter Jagers: Finite Populations Regulated by a Carrying Capacity
    2. [17:35-17:55]Juliana Berbert: Individual's memory as a parameter to differentiate population distribution patterns
    3. [17:55-18:15]Iwona Mroz: Adaptation to a given habitat as a factor influencing dynamics and evolution of model populations
    4. [18:15-18:35]Andrew Savory: Swimming Patterns Of Zoospores
    5. [18:35-18:55]Wayne M. Getz: A Biomass Flow Approach to Population Models and Food Webs
    Population Dynamics 4 [Wednesday, June 29, 08:30](chaired by Peter Jagers)
    1. [08:30-09:00]Evgeniy Khain: Role of fluctuations in front propagation: the insect outbreak model
    2. [09:05-09:25]Roumen Anguelov: Mathematical model of Wood Frog Population
    3. [09:25-09:45]Saliha Hamdous: Invariant Measure for the Stochastic Models of the Population Dynamics with Spatial Diffusion
    4. [09:45-10:05]Hiromi Seno: A simple mathematical model for the annual variation of epidemic outbreak with prevention level affected by incidence size in the last season
    5. [10:05-10:25]Glenn Marion: Modelling the spatial spread of invasive aliens: process-based models and Bayesian inference
    Population Dynamics 5 [Wednesday, June 29, 11:00](chaired by Andreas Bohn)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Nick Britton: Interspecific kleptoparasitism
    2. [11:35-11:55]Etsuko Nonaka: Adaptive advantage of aggregation in a population with Allee effects
    3. [11:55-12:15]Urszula Skwara: Asymptotic properties of stochastic symbiosis model
    4. [12:15-12:35]Flora Cordoleani: Development of structure sensitivity analysis methods
    5. [12:35-12:55]Lai Zhang: Trait diversity promotes to stabilize community dynamics
    Population Dynamics 6 [Wednesday, June 29, 14:30](chaired by N. F. Britton)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Luis Chaves: Non-linear impacts of climatic variability on the density dependent regulation of an insect vector of disease
    2. [15:05-15:25]Christian Winkel: Mathematical model(s) for the dynamics of (TNF-) Receptor Clustering
    3. [15:25-15:45]Nick Jagiella: From Data Analysis to Model Parameterization & Prediction of Tumor Growth and Therapy
    4. [15:45-16:05]Jeong-Mi Yoon: Population Dynamics of Glassy-winged Sharpshooter in Texas Vineyards
    5. [16:05-16:25]Jeremy Thibodeaux: Optimal Treatment Strategies for Malaria Infection
    Population Dynamics 7 (see Epidemics 6) [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00]
    Population Dynamics 8 [Thursday, June 30, 11:30](chaired by Eva Kisdi)
    1. [11:30-12:00]Peter Pang: Mathematical modeling of an ecosystem with three-level trophic interactions
    2. [12:05-12:25]Fabio Chalub: Discrete and continous models in evolutionary dynamics
    3. [12:25-12:45]Miguel A. Lopez-Marcos: Numerical analysis of a population model of marine invertebrates with different life stages
    4. [12:45-13:05]Hiroshi Toyoizumi: The dynamics of social queues
    5. [13:05-13:25]Roberto Rosà: Modelling the impact of helminth parasite on rock partridge population dynamics
    Population Dynamics 9 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Peter Pang)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Christina Cobbold: Emerging spatio-temporal patterns in a model of insect invasion
    2. [15:05-15:25]Erwan Hingant: An on-pathway step explains the kinetic of prion amyloid formation
    3. [15:25-15:45]Jennifer Reynolds: The role of silica defences in driving vole population cycles
    4. [15:45-16:05]Xuxin Yang: Permanence of a logistic type impulsive equation with infinite delay
  16. Population Genetics 1 [Wednesday, June 29, 14:30](chaired by Adam Bobrowski)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Manuel Mota: Conditions for extinction of some lethal alleles of X-linked genes
    2. [15:05-15:25]Thiemo Hustedt: Moment closure in a Moran model with recombination
    3. [15:25-15:45]Satoshi Takahashi: From Population Dynamics to Evolution: Oscillation in Lateral Asymmetry of Fish Induces the Evolution of Homozygote Incompatibility
    4. [15:45-16:05]Meike Wittmann: Genetic effects of introduced species on their native competitors in habitats with different spatial structures
    5. [16:05-16:25]Małgorzata Pułka: Nonhomogeneous Markov chains and quadratic stochastic processes in biology
    Population Genetics 2 [Wednesday, June 29, 17:00](chaired by Reinhard Bürger)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Sivan Leviyang: Sampling HIV intrahost genealogies based on a model of acute stage CTL response
    2. [17:35-17:55]Wojciech Bartoszek: On dynamics of quadratic stochastic processes and their applications in biology
    3. [17:55-18:15]Stephan Fischer: Unravelling laws of genome evolution with both mathematical and individual-based models
    4. [18:15-18:35]Sandra Kluth: The stationary distribution of the ancestral types in the Moran model with mutation and selection
    5. [18:35-18:55]Su-Chan Park: Evolutionary advantage of small populations on complex fitness landscapes
    Population Genetics 3 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by Manuel Mota)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Reinhard Bürger: The effects of linkage and gene flow on local adaptation: A two-locus continent-island model
    2. [15:05-15:25]Ada Akerman: Local adaptation under diversifying selection: A two-locus migration- selection model
    3. [15:25-15:45]Marina Rafajlovic: Linkage disequilibrium in populations of variable size
    4. [15:45-16:05]Ute von Wangenheim: Single-crossover recombination and ancestral recombination trees
    5. [16:05-16:25]Robert Puddicombe: Development of distinct colonies of genotype in a sympatric model of diploid entities
  17. Regulatory Networks 1 [Tuesday, June 28, 17:00](chaired by Jarosław Śmieja)
    1. [17:00-17:30]Lorenzo Sella: Simulation of signaling and regulatory networks in B. subtilis
    2. [17:35-17:55]Jean-Luc Gouzé: Qualitative Control of a Bistable Genetic Network
    3. [17:55-18:15]Mochamad Apri: Identifying the core of biochemical networks: complexity reduction preserving dynamical behavior
    4. [18:15-18:35]Ekaterina Roberts: Tailored graph ensembles as proxies or null models for real networks
    5. [18:35-18:55]Robert Noble: Using iterative methods to determine an antigenic switching network in Plasmodium falciparum
    Regulatory Networks 2 [Friday, July 1, 14:30](chaired by John Tyson)
    1. [14:30-15:00]Daniele Muraro: A multi-scale analysis of the influence of hormonal cross-talk: cell-fate determination in Arabidopsis thaliana root development
    2. [15:05-15:25]Christian Bodenstein: Protein activation by calcium oscillations and Jensen's Inequality
    3. [15:25-15:45]Michael Knudsen: Mathematical Modeling of Phosphorelay Dynamics
    4. [15:45-16:05]Martin Koetzing: Dynamic Optimization of Nitrogen Assimilation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
    5. [16:05-16:25]Daniella Schittler: Model selection of networks that are robust against kinetic uncertainties
    Regulatory Networks 3 [Saturday, July 2, 11:00](chaired by Daniele Muraro)
    1. [11:00-11:30]Simon van Mourik: Quantitative modeling of gene expression in Arabidopsis flowers
    2. [11:35-11:55]Elpida Tzafestas: Modeling hormonally dependent genetic networks
    3. [11:55-12:15]Marcin Zagórski: Model gene regulatory networks under mutation-selection balance
    4. [12:15-12:35]Ben Fitzpatrick: Modeling and Estimation of Gene Regulatory Networks and Environmental Stress Response
    5. [12:35-12:55]Anna Ochab-Marcinek: How stochasticity in gene expression differentiates phenotypes without changing genotypes