DNA TOPOLOGY:
EXPERIMENTS AND ANALYSIS
De Witt Sumners
Department of Mathematics
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
sumners@math.fsu.edu
Isomers
Using Topology in Science
SYNTHETIC KNOT
Dietrich-Buchecker & Sauvage, Ang. Chemie 28 (1989), 189
RANDOM KNOTTING AND
VIRAL DNA PACKING: THEORY
AND EXPERIMENTS
De Witt Sumners
Department of Mathematics
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
sumners@math.fsu.edu
RANDOM KNOTTING
Proof of the Frisch-Wasserman-Delbruck
conjecture-the longer a ran
Calculating the Secrets of Life:
Mathematics in Biology and
Medicine
De Witt Sumners
Department of Mathematics
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
sumners@math.fsu.edu
What is mathematics good for?
No longer just the study of number and space,
DEVELOPING THE
BIOMEDICAL MATHEMATICS
MAJOR AT FSU
De Witt Sumners
Department of Mathematics
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
sumners@math.fsu.edu
THE BOOK OF NATURE IS
WRITTEN IN THE LANGUAGE
OF MATHEMATICS
GALILEO GALILEI (1600)
I HAVE DEP
Researchableorimpossiblechoiceoftopic:Insights
fromsummerschools
by
J.Y.T.Mugisha
BiomathematicsModellingGroup
MakerereUniversity
Department of
Mathematics,
Friday 11 November 2011
www.math.ac.ug
LecturepresentedatDIMACSAdvancedStudyInstitute,
MakerereUni
The Mathematics of Sudoku
Joshua Cooper
Department of Mathematics, USC
Rules: Place the numbers 1 through 9 in the 81 boxes, but do not let any number
appear twice in any row, column, or 33 box.
Usually you start with a subset of the cells labeled, and tr
Subtraction Algorithm for Whole Numbers
Subtraction
Use the reverse cycle (Place Value
Rename, Basic Facts) to work out
627 - 135 = 492
Subtraction Algorithm for Whole Numbers
Subtraction
627
- 135
2
Place Value: start with ones
Rename: not needed - there
Stranded Capital in
Fisheries
Jim Wilen
Department of Agric. & Resource Economics
University of California, Davis
March 2007
Questions
What is stranded capital?
How has stranded capital been treated in other
policy settings?
What are the potential effects
Hybrid CA-Systems: Coupling
Cellular Automata with
Artificial Neural Nets
Christina Stoica
www.cobasc.de
Institute for Computer Science and Business
Information Systems
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
Hybrid Systems
The nearly universal usability of
Good Practice in Undergraduate Peer
Support
(MSOR funded Project)
Dr Stephen Kane
School of Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics
University of Hertfordshire
Dr Indra Sinka
Faculty of Education and Language Studies
Open University
http:/www.surveymonkey.com/s.
School failure and mathematics
education in Dodecanese islands: A
case study
Charoula Stathopoulou, Petros Chaviaris
stath@rhodes.aegean.gr;chaviaris@rhodes.aegan.gr
The interaction between mathematics
education and school failure in island areas:
interpr
Before we begin, please make
yourself comfortable and
complete the
STAR Pre-Test Quiz
STAR
Standardized Testing and Reporting
(STAR) Program
(STAR)
Pre-Test Workshop
January 2010
Objectives
Objectives
STAR coordinators will:
Follow correct, current STAR
2009 CMA and STS
2009
Q&A Webcast
November 18, 2008
8:30 a.m.10:00 a.m.
Presenters: Mark Hansen, Michael McDaniel, ETS
Staff of the CDE
November
2009 CMA and STS Q&A |
Slide 1
Objectives
Objectives
District STAR coordinators will understand:
Test eligibi
Standards in
Mathematics
Mathematics
EDN 322
Standards in Mathematics
Standards
What do you think about when you hear
the term standards?
Do we need standards? If so, why?
Do
Why do we need standards?
Why
To set uniform expectations for students
To
To pro
Illinois Learning Standards
Information from http:/
www.isbe.net
2005 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
1
Illinois
Learning
Standards
2005 Illinois Mathematics and
2
Topics in this Presentation
Standards as achievement tests
Performance Descript
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Pythagorean Theorem
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RTI - Mathematics: What do we
know and where do we go from
here?
Ben Clarke, Ph.D.
Scott Baker. Ph.D.
Pacific Institutes for Research
Increasing recognition of the importance of
mathematical knowledge
For people to participate fully in society,
they must
Girls, Women and Mathematics
in Spain
A gender study on teaching, learning
and research in Mathematics
Sara Silvestre and Mario Barajas
University of Barcelona
Department of Didactics and Educational
Organisation
Background: Girls, Women and Maths in Spai
GIRLS AND BOYS AND EQUITY IN
Soro EWM EACHERS
1
MATHEMATICS: T2009 Turku BELIEFS
Soro EWM 2009 Turku
2
THE ABC of
NUMERACY
riitta@soro.fi
Soro EWM 2009 Turku
3
A basic belief underlying this presentation is
that females social learning and beliefs
about t
Distance learning, the
Distance
web and the United
States Open
University
University
Gordon Davies
Open University
g.davies@open.ac.uk
computing department
computing
FACULTY of MATHEMATICS and COMPUTING
Why distance
Why
Learning?
Learning?
The United Stat
Academic Competitiveness Grant &
National SMART Grant Programs:
An Overview
Sophia McArdle
Office of Postsecondary Education
U.S. Department of Education
Agenda
Background
Basic Requirements
ACG
National SMART Grants
Legislative, Regulatory, and Admi
Initiatives in Mathematics
Education
Centres and Programs
Around the World
Project 2061
American Association for the Advancement of
Science
http:/www.project2061.org
Mission: To change the way educators and
members of the public think about the priorit
Overview of Graduate CSE
Education in Europe
Lennart Edsberg
Numerical Analysis Department
CSC,KTH,Stockholm
Sweden
Contents
Example of a CSE program
development: KTH 1990-2009
Increasing diversity of CSE
programs in Europe:
specializations
Where in Eu
An Emerging Model:
Three-Tier Mathematics
Intervention Model
Special Education Research Project (SERP)-Mathematics:
Diane Pedrotty Bryant, Project Director
Brian R. Bryant, Assessment Director
This model is based on the 3-Tier Reading Model
Vaughn Gross C
Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: a
a) What is the established form of this series access point?
Applied mathematics series (Washington, D.C.)
Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: b
b) What non-established forms are given as cross-references to it?
National Bureau
Mathematics in Finance
Numerical solution of free
boundary problems: pricing of
American options
Wil Schilders (June 2, 2005)
Contents
American options
The obstacle problem
Discretisation methods
Matlab results
Recent insights and developments
1. American