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  Subject: SMB Digest v00i22

  SMB Digest     November 30, 2000   Volume 00  Issue 22
  ISSN 1086-6566

  Editor: Ray Mejia ([log in para visualizar])

  Issue's Topics:
         Society for Mathematical Biology Network and Digest
         Workshop: Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of  Molecular
Biology
         Dynamics Days Europe 2001, June 5-8, Dresden
         Thesis at the University Clinic, Innsbruck
         Postdoctoral Position, Los Alamos National Lab
         Postdoc: Computed Tomographic Mammography, U of Manitoba
         Faculty Positions, Math. and Stat. Dept., Texas Tech University

         Statistical Bioinformatics Postdocs, Newcastle University


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Raymond Mejia <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 10:21:01 -0500
  Subject: Society for Mathematical Biology Network and Digest

  Dear Subscribers:

  You are encouraged to make use of SMBnet and the SMB Digest, which
were
  established in 1992 and have grown steadily in content and
subscription. The
  Digest commenced publication with less than two hundred subscribers
and has
  grown to be distributed semi-monthly to over a thousand subscribers.
The
  number of items per issue has increased from less than 5 the first
year to
  about 8 presently, while the number of issues has increased by a
third.
 This
  growth parallels the increase in activity and vitality in the field.

  You are also invited to visit "SMBnet" under "Publications" at the SMB
web
  page (www.smb.org), and to submit not only announcements of positions
  available, meetings to be held and publications, but queries/requests
and
  other items of interest to SMB members and the
mathematical/theoretical
  biology community as a whole.  Send your e-mails to:  [log in para visualizar]

  If you are currently not a member of the Society, you might click on
  "Joining SMB" at the home page, and see the benefits of membership.

  Wishing all Happy Holidays, Feliz Navidad, Prospero Ao y Felicidad!

  Raymond Mejia, Editor, SMBnet


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Nick Goldman <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 12:56:47 +0000 (GMT)
  Subject: Workshop: Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of  Molecular
 Biology

                               MASAMB-XI

                         11th Annual Meeting on
        Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Molecular Biology

       Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge
            Tuesday 20th March - Wednesday 21st March, 2001

  Scientific Organisers:  David Balding (Department of Applied
  Statistics, University of Reading), Nick Goldman (Department of
  Zoology, University of Cambridge), Nuala Sheehan (Department of
  Epidemiology & Public Health, University of Leicester)

  The 11th annual meeting on Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of
Molecular
  Biology will be held at the Isaac Newton Institute for the
Mathematical
  Sciences, Cambridge, on Tuesday 20th March and Wednesday 21st March,
2001.
  The meeting aims to bring together mathematicians, statisticians,
biologists
  and computer scientists who have common research interests in the
analysis
 of
  molecular biological data.

  The meeting will follow its familiar format, with 12-15 approximately
  half-hour talks selected from participants' applications.  These will
run
  from early afternoon on 20th March until afternoon tea on 21st March,
with
  ample opportunities provided for discussion. The cost of attendance at
the
  meeting (academic rate) will be 85 (full residential) or 60 (without

  accommodation), with some reduction available for students.

  After the main part of MASAMB-XI, it will be possible for one or more
  'special interest groups' ('SIGs') to take advantage of the presence
of
  like-minded scientists and make use of the Newton Institute's
facilities to
  stage further talks, continued discussions, etc.  SIGs could take
place in
  the later part of the afternoon of 21st March, or on Thursday 22nd
March.
  The MASAMB-XI Scientific Organisers are dependent on others to propose
and
  organise any SIGs: please contact any of them to discuss proposals.
Please
  note that plans for any SIGs must be fully agreed by 15th December
2000.

             This will be the only mailing of this notice!
             Please inform your colleagues of this notice!

  If you would like to attend the meeting, or simply receive further
  information, it is vital that you complete the attached form and
return it
  before 15th December 2000.  Further information will only be sent to
  registered applicants.  Accommodation will be quite limited for this
 meeting,
  and it is important that we get accurate estimates of numbers
attending as
  soon as possible.  Completed forms should be sent (preferably by
e-mail) to:

  Tracey Andrew ([log in para visualizar]) Isaac Newton Institute for
  Mathematical Sciences, 20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge CB3 0EH, UK

  For further details regarding the scientific content of the meeting,
contact
  Nuala Sheehan ([log in para visualizar]), Department of Epidemiology &
Public
  Health, University of Leicester, 22-28 Princess Road West, Leicester
LE1
 6TP,
  UK.  Regarding the local organisation, contact Tracey Andrew (address
as
  above).  Information on the meeting will be available on the WWW via
  http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/masamb.html.
                         ----------------------------

                               MASAMB-XI
        Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Molecular Biology

               Tuesday 20 March - Wednesday 21 March 2001

  For further information please contact the Programme and Conference
 Secretary
  Tracey Andrew ([log in para visualizar]) Isaac Newton Institute for
  Mathematical Sciences, 20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EH, UK

  Deadline: 15 December 2000

  Surname:
  Forename:
  Title:

  Professional status:   Graduate Student/Postdoc/Tenured Staff/Other

  Address:

  Telephone:

  E-mail:

  Nationality:
  Date of Birth (dd/mm/yy):
  Sex: M / F
  [Required for statistical purposes only]

  I would like to attend the MASAMB-XI meeting.  Costs* should be
calculated
  according to the following options (please tick):

  [tick] basic meeting package, 85 pounds, including lunch on March 20th
and
  21st, and evening meal and accommodation on March 20th

  [    ] non-residential reduction, subtract 25 pounds, excludes
accommodation
  on March 20th

  [    ] student reduction, subtract 15 pounds, available to registered
  academic students

  [    ]industry surcharge, add 10 pounds, for those employed in a
related
  industry

  Total cost:     95 pounds       85 pounds       70 pounds
                          60 pounds       45 pounds

  It may be possible to arrange additional nights' accommodation at a
cost of
  26 pounds per night

  (* No payment required at this stage.)

  I: would/would not like to present a talk (approx. 30 mins.)

  Talk
  title:


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Dynamics Days Europe 2001 <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 13:32:04 +0100 (MET)
  Subject: Dynamics Days Europe 2001, June 5-8, Dresden

                      *** Dynamics Days Europe 2001 ***

                      Dresden, Germany,  June 5-8, 2001

         Organizers:  Holger Kantz, Klaus Richter, Thomas Schreiber

                  http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de/~ddd2001

  Dynamics Days Europe is a major international conference aimed at
covering
  the entire field of dynamics and nonlinearity. The XXI-st event in
this
  tradition will take place in Dresden, sponsored by the
Max-Planck-Institute
  for the Physics of Complex Systems.


                      *** Confirmed plenary speakers ***

           Henry Abarbanel      Carlo Beenakker     Eshel Ben-Jacob
           Bernold Fiedler      Haye Hinrichsen         Jon Keating
           Detlef Lohse        Benoit Mandelbrot       Ingo Rehberg
           Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber               Francisco Varela


  Apart from the plenary talks of general interest, there will be about
15
  mini-symposia of two hours duration each, containing invited and
contributed
  talks.

                             *** Minisymposia ***

          space-time chaos, synchronisation            Hugues Chate
          quantum chaos                             Thomas Dittrich
          pattern formation, complex growth          Heike Emmerich
          biophysics                                     Erwin Frey
          soft matter                             Peter Grassberger
          dynamical systems                           Celso Grebogi
          applications in engineering                Edvard Govekar
          traffic and granular flow                    Dirk Helbing
          nonequilibrium statistical mechanics        Rainer Klages
          neural and medical dynamics                Juergen Kurths
          econophysics                      Rosario Nunzio Mantegna
          semiclassics                              Bernhard Mehlig
          turbulence                               Itamar Procaccia
          stochastic processes                        Peter Reimann
          time series analysis                          Lenny Smith


  A very limited number of contributed oral presentations will be
accepted,
  either as part of one of the minisymposia or a parallel session.
Posters
  will be on display during the whole conference, but there will be also
two
  special poster sessions.


  Deadline for the submission of oral contributions and early
registration:

                         *** 28 February 2001 ***


  Further information and registration forms can be found at:

                  http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de/~ddd2001


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Klaus Rheinberger <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 10:15:19 +0100
  Subject: Thesis at the University Clinic, Innsbruck

  Thesis at the Univ.-Clinic Innsbruck

  Financial support: 800 Euro per month + social security

  Topic: "Flow and Pressure Simulation in the Lungs"

  Candidates background: The candidate for this thesis should have a
good
  programming background. Knowledge on aerodynamics is desirable but not

  condition.

  Additional information: Different simulation models of the lungs
should be
  investigated (a lumped parameter model and an aerodynamic model of the
upper
  airways based on CT-data and V-p-measurements of the lung segments).
We use
  ACSL and FIDAP-FLUENT for our simulations. Previous knowledge about
these
  software packages is not necessary. Flow experiments in pig lungs will
be
  used to validate the simulations.

  Contact: Prof. Dr. Anton Amann, University Clinic for Anesthesia and
General
  Intensive Care, Anichstr. 35, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria, phone
  +43-512-504-4636, e-mail [log in para visualizar]


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: "William S. Hlavacek" <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 16:06:47 -0700
  Subject: Postdoctoral Position, Los Alamos National Lab

  Postdoctoral Position,
  Modeling Immunoreceptor Signaling

  T-10 (Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Group),
  Theoretical Division,
  Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, USA

  We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow with strong computational and
  mathematical skills to develop and test models of immunoreceptor
signaling.
  The successful candidate will join a team of scientists at LANL led by
Dr.
  Byron Goldstein.  A background in receptor biology, although highly
  desirable, is not required.  The successful candidate will be expected
to
  acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to interact closely with
  experimentalists.  See http://www.t10.lanl.gov/ for more information.
  Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

  SALARY AND BENEFITS: Starting salaries for postdoctoral research
associates
  at LANL range from $54,000 to $61,300.  Exceptional candidates may
compete
  for a J. Robert Oppenheimer or Richard P. Feynman fellowship.
Starting
  salaries for these fellows range from $83,000 to $87,200.  Benefits
are
  generous and comprehensive and include incoming relocation
reimbursement.
  See http://www.hr.lanl.gov/postdoc/ for detailed information about the

  postdoctoral program at LANL.

  To apply, send CV, reprints, and three letters of recommendation.

  Dr. Byron Goldstein
  MS K710, T-10
  Theoretical Division
  Los Alamos National Laboratory
  Los Alamos, NM 87545
  USA

  Tel: 505-667-6538
  Fax: 505-665-3493
  E-mail: [log in para visualizar]


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Richard Gordon <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 09:37:13 -0600
  Subject: Postdoc: Computed Tomographic Mammography, U of Manitoba

  CTM Postdoc Opportunity

  A postdoc is available immediately for a person prepared to work on
computed
  tomography algorithm development for low dose CTM (Computed
Tomographic
  Mammography). Supervisors: Richard Gordon, Radiology and Electrical &
  Computer Engineering, Stephen Pistorius, Director, Medical Physics.

  The University of Manitoba encourages applications from qualified
women and
  men, including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and
persons
  with disabilities. A smoke-free work environment, save for specially
  designated areas. The University exercises a Canadian-first policy;
however,
  non-Canadians are encouraged to apply.

  Contact:
  Dr. Richard Gordon, Department of Radiology
  University of Manitoba, Room GA216, Health Sciences Centre
  820 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB R3A 1R9 Canada
  Phone: (204) 789-3828 (recorder),  Fax: (204) 787-2080,
  E-mail: [log in para visualizar]


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: [log in para visualizar]
  Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 12:31:51 -0600
  Subject: Faculty Positions, Math. and Stat. Dept., Texas Tech
University

  Texas Tech University
  Department of Mathematics and Statistics

  Applications are invited for at least three tenure-track assistant
professor
  positions beginning Fall 2001. Applicants must have a Ph.D.  by the
starting
  date of August 15, 2001. Priority will be given to candidates in
  1) Biomathematics,
  2) Statistics,
  3) Pure Mathematics,
  with research interests compatible with those of the department.  The
  successful candidate must show strong promise or accomplishment in
research
  and teaching. Texas Tech University is committed to diversity among
its
  faculty. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please
send
 a
  resume, a completed AMS standard cover sheet, and have three letters
of
  recommendation sent to: Alex Wang, Hiring Chair, Department of
Mathematics
  and Statistics, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-1042. Review
of
  applications will begin immediately.  Additional information is
available at
  http://ttmath.ttu.edu/~awang/employ/employ.html
  Texas Tech is an AA/EO employer.


  ----------------------------------------------------

  From: Richard Boys <[log in para visualizar]>
  Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 12:31:10 +0000 (GMT)
  Subject: Statistical Bioinformatics Postdocs, Newcastle University

  Departments of Statistics and Gerontology
  NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY

  POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION IN STATISTICAL BIOINFORMATICS

  A three year post-doctoral position is available to work on an
exciting
  problem at the interface between molecular genomics and biostatistics.
The
  project is to develop stochastic models that will help in
understanding how
  genes are regulated in living cells and how intrinsic stochastic
variation
  can affect this regulation. It is funded by the BBSRC/EPSRC
Bioinformatics
  Initiative. The successful applicant will join an interdisciplinary
team of
  researchers (Dr Richard Boys, Prof Tom Kirkwood and Dr Darren
Wilkinson). A
  detailed description can be found on the project web page:

    http://www.ncl.ac.uk/statistics/bioinformatics/networks.html

  Applicants should have (or be near to completing) a PhD in Statistics,

  Mathematical Modelling, Computational Biology or a related discipline.

  Knowledge of both Bayesian statistics and genetics would be
advantageous but
  is not required.  The post is a joint appointment between the
Department of
  Statistics and the Department of Gerontology at Newcastle University.
The
  appointee will be based primarily in the Department of Statistics and
will
  join active research groups in Bayesian statistics and statistical
  bioinformatics.

  Further information regarding this position can be obtained from the
web
  page:

    http://www.ncl.ac.uk/statistics/bioinformatics/job.html

  which includes details of the application procedure.

  Informal enquiries and applications should be directed to Richard Boys
Tel :
  +44 (0)191 222 7297 (direct line), Fax: +44 (0)191 222 8020, Email:
  [log in para visualizar]

  Depending on experience and qualifications, salary will be on the RA1A

 scale:
  GBP 16,775 - GBP 25,213 per annum.

  Closing Date: Friday, 12th January 2001

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