Researchers describe their framework for an internal neuronal metronome, based on biophysical principles.
In a recently published paper, authors mathematically model the release of sterile mosquitoes to curtail disease.
Filipa Valdeira, Stevo Racković, and Rongjiao Ji utilized big data techniques to reconstruct the human face at ICIAM 2019.
At ICIAM 2019, Steve Taylor described mathematical models used to preserve the flavor of milk powder in fluctuating...
Researchers use a fast-slow dynamical system model to study the interplay between levels of mood and craving in addictive disorder patients.
FarmBeats, an end-to-end IoT platform for agriculture enables data collection from sensors, cameras, and drones.
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At ICIAM 2019, Isabel Figueiredo presented an automatic screening software to identify the early signs of diabetic retinopathy.
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At ICIAM 2019, Alvaro Riascos described a predictive model which helps achieve optimal surveillance by law enforcement agencies in Bogotá, Columbia.
At ICIAM19, Betty Nannyonga described a simple model to depict the role of malaria in Kitgum’s 2007 hepatitis E outbreak.
Hemank Lamba and Leman Akoglu received the Best Research Paper Award at SDM19.