Combinatorial Applications to Biology, Chemistry and Physics

  • Date: 06/21/2014

University of Saskatchewan


The conference/minisymposia will bring together researchers with a common interest in combinatorial modelling of natural phenomena in biology, chemistry and physics. Areas of application will include: models of DNA/RNA, phase transitions, material science and quantum field theory. Combinatorial approaches include: integral and functional equation methods, applied topology, applied probability, Monte Carlo and random generation schemes. Speakers will reflect a mixture of expertise: some focussed more on the mathematical and computational tools while others focussed more on the applications. This cross-fertilization at the interface between discrete mathematics and the natural sciences will inspire improvements in the models and their analysis.


Marni Mishna (SFU), Andrew Rechnitzer (UBC), Chris Soteros (USaskatchewan), Karen Yeats (SFU)

Other Information: 

This is a satellite conference to CAIMS 2014


This workshop is supported by PIMS CRG: Applied Combinatorics (2014-2017)


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