American Mathematical Society Central Section Meeting

Madison October 12-13, 2002

 

Special Session: Biological Computation and Learning in Intelligent Systems

 

UW-Madison Math Department will be hosting the 2002 Fall Central Section Meeting of the American Mathematical Society on October 12-13, 2002. There is a special session organized by Amir Assadi, Shun-ichi Amari and Tommy Poggio on Biological Computation and Learning in Intelligent Systems. This session features invited talks and a poster session covering a broad interface between mathematics, neuroscience and computational biology. The poster session is preceded by short oral presentations open to all participants. The participants interested in presenting a poster are encouraged to send their title and abstract (maximum 300 words abstract text) Amir Assadi assadi@math.wisc.edu

 

NOTE.  August 15th is the firm deadline for titles and abstracts for posters/oral presentations to be e-mailed to Amir Assadi assadi@math.wisc.edu. For further information regarding the submission procedure for abstracts and other topics see:

http://www.ams.org/amsmtgs/2077_other.html

 

All talks and poster presentations will be held in Van Vleck Hall. There will be a reception at the Memorial Union, starting at 6PM on Saturday, October 12 for participants.  More information will appear in:

http://www.ams.org/amsmtgs/2077_special.html and  http://www.math.wisc.edu/~assadi

 

For lodging and other questions, please contact:

Peggy Conklin

UW-Madison Dept. of Mathematics

608-263-3051

conklin@math.wisc.edu