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02/04/2007

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EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

*EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND LAST CALL FOR 
PAPERS*.

The Second Conference on Computational and Mathematical Population
Dynamics (CMPD2) will take place in Campinas, Brazil, from July 16 to
20, 2007.

We remark that *the deadline for abstract submission was extended to
April 30, 2007*, in response to the request from some colleagues
interested in participating in CMPD2.

This Conference is the second joint meeting of the Conference on
Mathematical Population Dynamics (MPD) and the Conference on
Deterministic and Stochastic Models for Biological Interactions
(DeStoBio), with a 20-year history of international meetings with
ever-increasing participation (www.cmpd2.ime.unicamp.br
<http://www.cmpd2.ime.unicamp.br>, choose History of CMPD). As in the
previous conferences from both series, the aim of the meeting is to
bring together people from different fields (applied
mathematicians, statisticians, engineers, computer scientists,
biologists, clinicians, epidemiologists, biomedical scientists,
ecologists, ...) interested in (deterministic and/or stochastic) models
for population dynamics and interactions.

There will be 10 plennary lectures (invited speakers: Carlos
Castillo-Chavez, Alan Hastings, Karl Sigmund, Glenn Webb, Faustino
Sanchez Garduño, Bryan Grenfell, Bedr'Eddine Ainseba, Emmanuel
Tannenbaum, Vasudev M. Kenkre, Cláudio José Struchiner) and several
parallel sessions organized by thematic interest.

On-line registration and abstract submission are available at
www.cmpd2.ime.unicamp.br <http://www.cmpd2.ime.unicamp.br> .

SPONSORS:
Sociedade Brasileira de Matemática Aplicada e Computacional (SBMAC)
European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ESMTB)
Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB)

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