On April 15, 2021, Hyojung Lee from the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences gave a talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Seminar. The title was “Mathematical modeling for infectious disease using epidemiological data.”

## Luonan Chen gave an online talk titled “Dynamics-based data science in biology” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On April 15, 2021, Luonan Chen from the Chinese Academy of Sciences gave an online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “Dynamics-based data science in biology.”

## Hyukpyo Hong gave a talk on Highly accurate fluorogenic DNA sequencing with information theory-based error correction at the Journal Club

On April 09, 2021, Hyukpyo Hong from the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group gave a talk explaining the paper “Highly accurate fluorogenic DNA sequencing with information theory-based error correction.”

## Yun Min Song gave a talk on a stochastic oscillator model that simulates the entrainment of vertebrate cellular clocks by light at the Journal Club

On April 01, 2021, Yun Min Song from the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group gave a talk explaining the paper “A stochastic oscillator model simulates the entrainment of vertebrate cellular clocks by light.”

## Daniel Forger gave an online talk titled “The mathematics of the wearables with applications to circadian rhythms and sleep” at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium

On March 25, 2021, Daniel Forger from the University of Michigan gave the first online talk at the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium. The title of his talk was “The mathematics of the wearables with applications to circadian rhythms and sleep”.

## Dae Wook Kim gave a talk on Revealing causes of disrupted wake-sleep cycles using mathematical model at BRIC Webinar

On March 22, 2021, Dae Wook Kim from the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group gave a talk about his research at BRIC Webinar. The title was “Revealing causes of disrupted wake-sleep cycles using mathematical model.”

## Seokjoo Chae gave a talk on Unified rational protein engineering with sequence-based deep representation learning at the Journal Club

On March 19, 2021, Seokjoo Chae from the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group gave a talk explaining the paper “Unified rational protein engineering with sequence-based deep representation learning”

## Dae Wook Kim gave a talk on Maximum Entropy Framework for Predictive Inference of Cell Population Heterogeneity and Responses in Signaling Networks at the Journal Club

On March 12, 2021, Dae Wook Kim from the IBS Biomedical Mathematics Group gave a talk explaining the paper “Maximum Entropy Framework for Predictive Inference of Cell Population Heterogeneity and Responses in Signaling Networks.”

## Our tea room is ready!

Thanks for support from IBS, our tea room is finally ready. In particular, we get a coffee machine. Now, let’s turn COFFEE into THEOREMS!

## Congratulation! Dae Wook Kim will begin a Van Loo Postdoctoral Fellow and Assistant Professor at Department of mathematics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor from Sep. 2021.

Dae Wook Kim is selected as the Van Loo Postdoctoral Fellow and Assistant Professor, the most prestigious applied mathematics Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Dae Wook said “I am thankful to my adviser who has inspired me to successfully develop my academic career. I am excited to continue research for mathematical biology and medicine.”