Mathematics has been the language of physics and engineering for centuries.
The functional and structural complexity of living organisms, though, is much
higher than that of a house or a car, and this left mathematical methods outside
the mainstream approaches in bio-applications. Nevertheless, joining forces
across disciplines, including mathematics, may be the key to expedite solutions
to many outstanding problems in the life sciences. As an example, this talk will
describe how mathematically-based interdisciplinary approaches are leading to
breakthroughs in cardiology and ophthalmology.
**All are welcome**
Zoom meeting ID: 968 4007 3545