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12 Jul ABSTRACT Abstract Award: DMS Principal Investigators: Daniel S. Freed, Dan F. Knopf, Alan W. Reid The University of Texas Geometry/Topology Research Training Grant (RTG) is a vertically integrated program to enhance the training of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral. 12 Aug RTG: Parameter Estimation Methodologies for Mechanistic Biological Models Investigator(s): Alun Lloyd [email protected] (Principal Investigator) This Research Training Group (RTG) grant will train undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers, in statistical and inverse. 25 Apr Ivan Loseu (Co-Principal Investigator) Ana-Maria Castravet (Co-Principal Investigator) Jonathan Weitsman (Co-Principal Investigator) Valerio Toledano Laredo (Co-Principal Investigator). divider line. Sponsor: Northeastern University HUNTINGTON AVE BOSTON, MA ()
ABSTRACT Abstract Award: DMS Principal Investigator: Kevin D. Corlette This project will support activities of the geometry/topology group at the University of Chicago which have an impact on the training of graduate students. This group currently consists of six senior faculty, thirteen junior faculty and about thirty. 26 Apr ABSTRACT This project is an interdisciplinary Research Training Grant (RTG) on Quantitative Biological Modeling. Postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduates will gain experience with mathematical modeling, numerical methods, and modern data analysis/statistical tools relevant to. 20 Jul Investigator(s): Martin Olsson [email protected] (Principal Investigator) The Research Training Group (RTG) in Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry at UC Berkeley will establish a number of activities involving researchers at all career stages ranging from undergraduates to senior faculty.