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NEW DATES - Mathematical Models Applied to Molecular Dynamics and Oncology


Santiago de Cuba, Cuba


03/05/2021 to 14/05/2021


CIMPA-2020 is addressed for researchers and students (postgraduate/undergraduate) to acquire a training in the field of mathematics applied to medicine. A wide class of mathematical models and applications in issues related to tumor growth, population dynamics, pattern formation and their implications in developmental cancer biology will be developed. Its aims are: to showcase some of the present approaches to the mathematical modeling in medicine with particular emphasis in models related to cancer; to increase the knowledge of techniques of nonlinear dynamics, Ordinary Differential Equations and numerical analysis among the participants; to foster the scientific interaction in Applied Mathematics between Cuban, Latin American and Caribbean students with the speakers from different countries; to encourage the participation of Cuban students particularly from Eastern institutions; to stimulate the participation of Cuban and Latin American and Caribbean speakers to give courses/lectures; and to stimulate the presentation (oral and/or poster) of each student.

Official language of the school: English

Administrative and scientific coordinators

Luis Enrique BERGUES (Centro Nacional de Electromagnetismo Aplicado, Universidad de Oriente, Cuba,
Eduardo Martínez Fernández (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain,

Scientific committee

Eduardo Martínez Fernández (University of Zaragoza, Spain)
Mercedes SILES (University of Malaga, Spain)
Maraelys MORALES (University of Oriente, Cuba)
Luis BERGUES (Centro Nacional de Electromagnetismo Aplicado, Cuba)

Scientific program

Course 1: "Dynamical Systems in Biology and Medicine, Qualitative Study and Numerical Treatment", Juan MONTIJANO (Department of Mathematics, University of Zaragoza, Spain)
Course 2: "Mathematical Models of Brain Tumors and Clinical Implications", Victor PEREZ (Mathematical Oncology Laboratory, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
Course 3: "Quantitative Mathematical Oncology", Sébastien BENZEKRY (Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest, Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, France)
Course 4: "Seeing Single Bio-Molecules with Dynamical Modeling", Ana Elisa BERGUES (Max Plank Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Germany)
Course 5: "Why pulsed electric field on cancer?", Nahuel OLAIZ (Universidad de Buenos Aire, Argentina)
Course 6: "Mathematical modeling in immunology and cancer", Karina GARCIA (Center for Molecular Immunology, Cuba)

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