Visting the Mathematical Biosciences Institute
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I’m currently visiting the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at The Ohio State University. Last week, it started with a great workshop on Mathematical Challenges in Neural Network Dynamics. (I actually heart for the first time someone mentioning his blog in a talk.)
There will be soon the videos available, check out those from the last workshop: Math Biology: Looking at the Future.
I will work here on ionic based models of neural activity, also sometimes referred to as second generation Hodgkin-Huxley models. There is a new postdoctoral fellow and another long-term visitor here at the MBI who work on related problems. So I am looking forward to taking on this new endeavor in a math department.