It's not normally instantly obvious what mathematicians do. It's also not normal to be able to use middle-school math to help try to save the world. Right now, things are not normal. Join us for this live presentation explaining how very simple, middle-school math (and much fancier versions of the same thing) can help us fight COVID-19. The presentation will include time for Q&A.
Speaker: Dr. Nina Fefferman, Professor of Mathematics and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Moderator: Dr. Louis Gross, NIMBioS Director and Chancellor's Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Mathematics at the University of Tennessee
Hosted by the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) - www.nimbios.org
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