We present regular seminars on diverse topics in mathematical biology. The seminars often show how dynamical systems, probability, or other mathematical techniques help us understand and manage biological systems, from microscopic cells to the world's largest ecosystems.

All are welcome, and past audiences have been diverse. The majority of the audience is made up of applied mathematicians, but pure mathematicians, biologists, and other scientists often attend as well.

Talks should be pitched at a level such that HDR students in mathematics and quantitative biology are able to understand the content.

These seminars are held at various times throughout the year.


Dr Matthew Holden
Dr Dietmar Oelz

PDE models for cell migration assays

17 May 2022 2:00pm3:00pm
Professor Scott McCue, QUT

Stochastic spatial random forest for detecting remotely sensed forest change despite missing data

8 March 2022 1:00pm2:00pm
Dr Jacinta Holloway-Brown,
University of Adelaide and QUT

Deriving and analyzing ODE models using the generalized linear chain trick

20 May 2021 1:00pm2:00pm
Associate Professor Paul Hurtado
University of Nevada, Reno, USA

How does rapid evolution promote species coexistence?

22 April 2021 1:00pm2:00pm
Presenter: Dr Masato Yamamichi (University of Queensland)