University of Hawaii Phylogenetics and Math Symposium

Ahead of next weekend’s AMS sectional meeting in Honolulu, Elizabeth Gross (UH Math), Sean Harrington, and I have organized a special symposium/discussion on the intersection of mathematics and phylogeny which will take place here on the UH campus Thursday March 21. It features talks from several mathematicians focusing on phylogenetic issues, as well as phylogeneticists that are interested in math. Please visit the symposium website for more information, all are welcome to join.

 

“I have deeply regretted that I did not proceed far enough at least to understand something of the great leading principles of mathematics, for […those…] endowed seem to have an extra sense.” – CRD

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