The College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences at the University of California, Riverside is proud to present the 2022 Science Lecture Series entitled Big Data Science.
This four-part series will focus on the technologies that allow us to collect and analyze data in ways we never imagined. The big data that those technologies generate have transformed not only how scientists do their research, but also how we view our world. This series will explore the progression of new technologies in areas such as statistics, climate, environment, agriculture, biology, medicine, mathematics, and astronomy — and how it is changing our world.
This will be the fourteenth year of this popular science lecture series, which is free and open to the public. Over the years, the Science Lecture Series has covered important and timely topics such as food security, sustainability, climate change, the search for life beyond earth, gene editing, and of course, COVID-19 and it’s impact on our community.
All lectures are virtual, free, and open to the public.
Register for each lecture on Big Data Science: Tuesday evenings in April 2022:
Each lecture will be held virtually via Zoom. Register for each presentation to receive the Zoom link.
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 | 5 p.m.
Computational Modeling and Digital Twin of a Patient
Distinguished Professor, UCR Department of Mathematics
Director, UCR Center for Quantitative Modeling in Biology
Cooperating Faculty, UCR School of Medicine
Cooperating Faculty, UCR Department of Bioengineering
Professor Mark Alber earned his Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania under the direction of J. E. Marsden (UC Berkeley and Caltech). He held several positions at the University of Notre Dame including most recently Vincent J. Duncan Family Chair in Applied Mathematics. He is currently Distinguished Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Director of the Center for Quantitative Modeling in Biology, UC Riverside. Dr. Alber was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 2011 and was appointed 2019 Honorary Kloosterman Professor at the Mathematical Institute, Leiden University, The Netherlands. He is currently a deputy editor of PLoS Computational Biology and member of editorial boards of Bulletin of Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Journal. His research interests include mathematical and computational multiscale modeling of blood clot formation, plants development and growth and epithelial tissue growth.
UCR Faculty Page
Register to receive the Zoom link: https://ucr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEufumgrj4tE9zVKLW65Z9IRjBSDmFx8biH