I was looking forward to speaking at the JMM in a Special Session organized by Little School Dynamics in January, 2022.
Also at the JMM I had planned to attend Project NExT programming and an MRC Reunion event.
My post My Relationship with My To Do List appeared in the MAA Blog Math Values on January 25th, 2022
I was honored to speak at the Mathematics Colloquium of the University of Montana in December, 2021.
Here is a link to my talk Collective Behavior in Locust Swarms from Differential Equations to Data.
I spoke in the Colloquium of the Claremont Center for the Mathematical Science on November 17th, 2021.
My newest paper is now available as a preprint on the bioRxiv! (* = undergraduate coauthor)
J Weinburd, L Landsberg*, A Kravtsova*, S Lam*, T Sharma*, SJ Simpson, GA Sword, J Buhl. Anisotropic interaction and motion states of locusts in a hopper band. Preprint on bioRxiv (2021). DOI: 10.1101/2021.10.29.466390
We're back in the classroom (fully masked) and it feels so good!
I spoke to aspiring mathematical biologists in the Modeling Accelerator at the Southeast Center for Mathematical Biology at Georgia Tech in June, 2021.
Last summer I mentored two undergraduate students with the generous support of the HMC Summer Research Program.
I gave a virtual talk in the BioMath Seminar at Virginia Commonwealth University in April, 2021.
I organized and presented in an AMS Special Session at the JMM in January, 2021.
My student's talks were featured in a Harvey Mudd news story about a class on public speaking for math majors that I taught online in Fall 2020.
I presented virtually in the Mathematical Biology Seminar at UC Davis in November, 2020.
I gave a virtual colloquium at the Center for Applied Math at Cornell University in October, 2020.
Here is a link to watch the talk: Emergent Patterns in Locust Swarms