Lindsey Falk completed her undergraduate degree in biology at Queen’s University where she studied plant ecology and evolution. She is currently a second year Master of Public Health (epidemiology) student at the University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Lindsey is involved with several initiatives including the Ebola Working Group, an occupational health project in Gujarat, India, and an economic evaluation of paediatric fracture pathways. At her most recent position, with the Public Health Agency of Canada, she developed a risk assessment model, predicting listeriosis risk among vulnerable Canadian subpopulations. She has a strong interest in mathematical epidemiology and at the York University Centre for Disease Modelling, she will assist with modelling and project development for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at the University Health Network.Research Interests :
Infectious disease epidemiology; Mathematical epidemiology; Risk assessment
Lirui Feng is currently in his final year of his combined masters/Ph.D. program at USTC, which usually lasts for 5 years. In 2014, he came to York U under the supervision of Professor Jianhong Wu via the Jointed Educational Plan and began to systematical learn about delay equations and conduct research on traveling wave of reaction-diffusion equations with non-local delay. Now, we have abstracted it to a discrete semi-system and gotten the threshold dynamics. Now, this year maybe is the last year of my PHD study, and there is a long road in my academic career in mathematics and its application. Therefore, I would like to use an ancient Chinese poem line to express my aspirations: “路漫漫其修远兮，吾将上下而求索”.Research Interests :
Dynamics of semi-flow with preserving order induced by cone of high rank, traveling waves of reaction-diffusion equations with delay, and dynamical structure of negative feedback systems with delay.
Eduardo Hernández received his master degree in mathematics from the Santiago University, Chile, and his doctoral degree in mathematics from Unicamp, Brasil. He is a tenured professor at the São Paulo University (USP) since 2011. Dr Hernándea is the author of over 80 research papers, supervisor of 5 doctoral thesis, and the Chief Editor in the Malaya Journal of Matematik and Editor of Advances in Difference Equations, Differential Equations and Applications (DEA), Journal of Abstract Differential Equations and Applications, and International Journal of Mathematics and Computation.Research Interests :
Functional differential equations; Abstract differential equarions; Neutral equations; Impulsive differential equations
Xi Huo got her PhD in mathematics from Vanderbilt University in 2014. She was a postdoctoral research fellow jointly supported by Ryerson and York University from 2014 to 2016, and she is currently a postdoctoral fellow of LIAM.Research Interests :
infectious disease, antimicrobial infection, passive immune therapy, dynamical systems, structured population models.
Dr. Xiaodi Li was born in the Shandong province of China. He received his BSc (2005) and MSc (2008) from Shandong Normal University (Jinan, China) and his PhD from Xiamen University (Xiamen, China) in 2011. The focus of his degrees were in applied mathematics. He is currently a professor in Department of Mathematics at Shandong Normal University. He has authored or co-authored more than 60 research papers. He is the academic editor for the International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics (SG), Applications and Applied Mathematics (USA), and the British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science (UK).Research Interests :
Stability theory, delay differential equations, hybrid systems, and artificial neural networks.
Dr. Yongfeng Li is now an associate professor in Zhengzhou University of Light Industry, China. Her research interest includes population ecology, epidemic dynamics, mathematical biology, differential equations and dynamical systems.Research Interests :
Biomathematics; Differential equations; Dynamical systems
Dr. Yicheng Liu is an associate professor of Mathematics in National University of Defense Technology. He received his PhD in Mathematics from NUDT in 2008. He was/is the PI of two grants funded by NSFC. Current work covers delayed multi-agent system, nonlinear analysis and mathematical modeling.Research Interests :
Delayed multi-agent system; PDE; Nonlinear analysis; Machine learning; Mathematical modeling; Fixed point theorem, etc.
Dr. Michelle Pierri graduated in Mathematics from the Universidade de São Paulo – São Carlos (2000-2003), master’s degree in mathematics from the Universidade de São Paulo – São Carlos (2004-2006) and doctorate in mathematics from the Universidade de São Paulo – São Carlos (2006 -2009). Shee has experience in the area of Mathematics, with emphasis on functional analysis and differential equations. Currently she is a professor in the Departamento de Computação e Matemática da Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto – Universidade de São Paulo – Ribeirão Preto.Research Interests :
Functional differentiate equations; Almost periodic functions; S-asymptotically almost periodic functions
Prof. Sanyi Tang is interested in the nonlinear dynamic systems arising in biology, agriculture and life sciences. Of particular research interest is at the interface of Mathematical biology. In recent years, he has published more than 80 papers in top international journals of Applied Math. and Biol. Math.. He was/is the PI of three grants funded by NSFC and one grand funded by HIH-HSFC. He has many years of experience in developing hybrid differential equation models and analytical methods for integrated pest management research, emerging infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS research, and he was involved in the interdisciplinary program for cellular regulation about four years in the University of Warwick, UK. He also joined the modeling sub-project of the National Mega-project of Science and mainly focused on analyzing the surveillance data and developing computation methods. He is directing the Division of Applied Mathematics to perform bio-mathematical modeling in infectious diseases and population dynamics.Research Interests :
Biomathematics and biostatistics
Xiaodan is a PhD student of Xi’an Jiaotong University (Sep 2012 to Jul 2016) and spent one year (Sep 2014 to Sep 2015) in York University as a visiting PhD student. My research is mainly concerned with deterministic/stochastic models for the spread of infectious disease, i.e. HIV, H7N9, Ebola etc. Meanwhile, I also study the effect of virus dynamics based on individual level on the macroscopical epidemic of infectious disease.Research Interests :
Deterministic models for the spread of infectious diseases, and the effects of stochastic factor, spatial heterogeneity and time delay on the spread of infectious diseases.
Dr. Shaoli Wang received his PhD degree from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 2012. He is currently a lecturer in School of Mathematics and Statistics at Henan University. He spent one-half year at the University of Alberta as a visiting student from January to July 2012.Research Interests :
Viral dynamics; Sociophysics
Xiao Wang is a professor of National University of Defense Technology. He received his B.Sc. in Mathematics from Henan Normal University in 2002, and his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from National University of Defense Technology in 2007. Since 2007, he has been working at the National University of Defense Technology. He visited University of New Brunswick from Sep. 2008 to Dec. 2008 and University of Wyoming from July 2011 to Sep. 2011 as a visiting scholar. From Dce. 2014 to Dec. 2015, he visited LIAM.Research Interests :
Applied dynamical systems (ODEs and FDEs); Self-organization dynamical systems (flocking dynamics and opinion dynamics)
Dr. Yanni Xiao is a professor of Applied Mathematical in Xi’an Jiaotong University. She got New-Century Training Programme Foundation for the Talents by the State Education Commission in 2008. She was/is the PI of three grants funded by NSFC and one the State Key Program of NSFC. She has many years of experience in collaborating with experts from China CDC and led sub-project on modelling on HIV/AIDS field in the Key Projects in the National Science & Technology Pillar Program during the Eleventh Five and Twelfth Five-year Plan Period.Research Interests :
Mathematical models in population biology, epidemiology and public heath; Theory of non-smooth dynamic system and its applications; Optimal intervention in disease control (HIV/AIDS, influenza and MRSA/MRAB)
Research Interests :
Distributed computation, data mining, and information retrieval.
Yawen Xu received her PhD in Statistics from York University in 2015. She is currently working on Health Risk Assessment for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management project at York University and Manifold Data Mining Inc.Research Interests :
Statistical modelling; Data integration; Data clustering and model selection.
Dr. Yali Yang received her PhD in 2011 in Applied Mathematics from Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. In Nov 2014, she was invited by Dr. Jianhong Wu to visit the Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics at York University as a Postdoctoral Fellow Visiting Scientist for a period of twelve months.Research Interests :
Mathematical biology, differential equations and its applications to biosciences, and tuberculosis and its epidemic model.
Dr. Xue Zhang was born in Shenyang, China. She obtained her PhD from Northeastern University of China. She was a visiting scholar at Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in York U, Canada (2014-2015). She is currently a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Northeastern University.Research Interests :
Delay differential equations; Bifurcation analysis; Optimal control
Dr. Zhao Zhong is an Associate Professor of Huanghuai University who engages in biomathematics, biostatistics, differential equations and dynamical systems and impulsive semidynamics. In recent years, he has publish 36 papers in journals such as Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Applied Mathematics and Computation, Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, and Journal of Theoretical Biology. In addition, he is undertaking two research projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).Research Interests :
Biomathematics, impulsive dynamics and biostatistics
Francesca Scarabel got her PhD in Mathematics in 2018 from the University of Helsinki, under the supervision of Mats Gyllenberg and co-supervision of Rossana Vermiglio and Odo Diekmann. After being research assistant at Szeged University in January-February 2019, she is currently a postdoctoral researcher at LIAM. Her research focuses mainly on numerical methods for the bifurcation analysis of delay equations for structured population models.Research Interests :
Delay equations, Structured population models, Numerical bifurcation analysis, Pseudospectral discretization methods
Haijiang Dai got his MD in clinical medicine from Central South University in 2017. He is currently working on Health Risk Assessment for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management project at York University.Research Interests :
Improving chronic disease care using predictive modeling and data mining.
Kiyeon KIM got his D.V.M. and M.S. from Seoul National University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree of Veterinary medicine from Hokkaido University, Japan in 2016 under the supervision of Prof. Kimihito Ito and he was a postdoctoral research fellow in the same laboratory for one year. Currently, he is a visiting scholar at York University.Research Interests :
Combining nucleotide sequence information and epidemiological modeling to estimate epidemiological parameter, especially using Influenza A virus.
Lisha Lin is a PhD candidate of Applied Mathematics in Hunan University. She is now a visiting PhD student in York University with a period of one year since Jan. 2018.Research Interests :
Option pricing, Bayesian methods, Stochastic differential equations and stochastic delay differential equations in derivative pricing.
Dr. Ashrafur Rahman completed his Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2000, a Masters of Science in Pure Mathematics from University of Dhaka in 2002, and a second Masters of Science and PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Western Ontario in 2010 and 2015, respectively.Research Interests :
Food-borne pathogen modeling.
Zilong was born in China. He received his PhD in Applied Mathematics at City University of Hong Kong in 2013, under the supervision of Prof. Hui-Hui Dai. After graduating, he worked as a postdoc with Prof. Roderick Wong and Prof. Hui-Hui Dai. Since 2016, he has been working with Prof. Huaxiong Huang, Prof. Jianhong Wu, and the team of LIAM at York University. He has been teaching undergraduate courses at York University.Research Interests :
Disease modeling, asymptotic analysis of system for ion transport, phase transition of shape memory alloys, plate and shell theory.
Xu Zhang obtained her PhD degree of Science from Southwest University in China in 2011. Now, she works as an associate professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, Southwest University. Currently, she is a visiting scientist in York University.Research Interests :
Mathematical modelling, epidemiology dynamics and data mining.
Fulian Yin obtained her PhD degree in Communication and Information System from Harbin Engineering University in China in 2010. Now, she works as an associate professor in the School of Information Engineering, Communication University of China. Currently, she is a visiting professor at York University.Research Interests :
Data analysis and data mining on film & television and public opinion. firstname.lastname@example.org