International Conference on
Applications of Mathematics to Nonlinear Sciences 
May 26-29, 2016, Kathmandu, Nepal








Math Biology Workshop







Mathematical Biology Workshop

May 26, 2016

At the AMNS-2016 conference, there will be a Mathematical Biology Workshop (MBW) on May 26, 2016. It will be the first mathematical biology workshop in the history of Nepal. The primary objective of the MBW is to provide an opportunity for mathematicians and biologists in Nepal and neighboring countries to explore mathematical skills that can be applied to address issues of real-life biological systems. Additionally, the workshop will facilitate interactions among mathematicians and biologists coming to the conference, along with experts in the field of mathematical biology, to discuss a wide variety of mathematical techniques that are currently being used in biological systems. While participants from Nepal and neighboring countries will have the opportunity to learn ideas from experts from North America, Europe, and Asia, the experts will have opportunities themselves to learn about mathematical biology issues that are relevant to the context of Nepal. Interactions among participants on these issues is expected to provide new collaborations between researchers in and outside Nepal.



There will also be special sessions on Mathematical Biology during conference. In these sessions, participants are encouraged to present their recent work on topics related to mathematical biology. They can present their work in the form of invited talk, contributed talk or posters.

Travel Support

Travel supports are available for students and junior faculty from Nepal and neighboring developing countries. To receive support, the conference participants also need to attend Workshop on Mathematical Biology. Since the number of available supports is limited, please apply as soon as possible.  To apply, send the following information to Naveen K. Vaidya ( use "Travel Support AMNS- 2016in subject line.

  • Cover letter explaining your role in the conference (talk title, poster title, and/or volunteering job), and reason why you need this funding.
  • Your 2-page CV.

For additional information, please contact the workshop organizer:

Dr. Naveen K. Vaidya, University of Missouri – Kansas City (

Travel support is sponsored by Soceity of Mathematical Biology.




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