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  1. Tobias Golz Timofeyev

    Hi! I am a third year mathematics PhD student at the University of Vermont. I'm interested in the interaction between structure and function in dynamical systems. Recently I've been working on how...


  2. Nazia Riasat

    I am Nazia, a fifth-year Ph.D. student in Statistics at NDSU. Currently, I am working as a Graduate Research Assistant, where I have had the privilege of collaborating with the esteemed faculty in...


  3. Gisela Daniela Charo


  4. Paula Adrienne Mercurio

    Hi, I’m Paula Mercurio (she/her). I’m currently teaching at St Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. A lot of my recent research has involved network science and applying graphs and networks to...


  5. Devin Kaylie Hensley

    I am a fifth year graduate student in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Auburn University where I do discipline based education research with Dr. Melinda Lanius. Before he passed, Dr....


  6. Leslie Hogben


  7. Adam Rumpf


  8. Andrea Mossey


  9. Jessie Oehrlein

    I am statistics & math faculty at Fitchburg State University with a background in atmospheric science and an interest in K-16 math modeling and data literacy education.


  10. A BioGraphy of Life: How Graph Theory Makes Mathematics Recognizable, Relevant, and Research-Rich in Biology Education

    03 Jan 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By John R Jungck

    Interdisciplinary Science Learning Center at the University of Delaware

    Presentation given at the 2106 SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education on graph theory.


  11. A BioGraphy of Life: How Graph Theory Makes Mathematics Recognizable, Relevant, and Research-Rich in Biology Education

    11 Oct 2016 | | Contributor(s):: John R Jungck

    This resource has been updated - find the current version here: https://qubeshub.org/publications/241Biologists use graphs extensively in ecology, evolution, genetics, developmental biology, and biochemistry: phylogenetic trees, food webs, pedigrees, genetic networks, metabolic pathways,...

  12. Tony Sena

    - M.S., COMPUTER SCIENCE (Distributed and Parallel Computing), from Northeastern University, Boston, MA- M.S., EARTH SCIENCE (Parallel Computing applied to Geophysics), from Massachusetts Institute...


  13. A quick tour of IONTW

    30 Jan 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Winfried Just, Ying Xin

    In this module we guide you through some of the capabilities of IONTW. Highlights include the types of networks supported, setting up various types of models of disease transmission, observing the resulting dynamics, and collecting statistics on the outcomes. Along the way, the module also...