报告时间：2019年7月21日 09：30 - 10：30
报告摘要: Animals often self-organize into territorial structure from movements and interactions of individual animals. Memory is one of the cognitive processes that may affect the movement and navigation of the animals. I will introduce our recent work on spatial memory-based movement.
Dr. Hao Wang is currently a tenured faculty member at the University of Alberta. His research has been funded by NSERC, MITACS, OSRIN, PIMS, and the Province of Alberta. He has supervised more than 20 trainees at all levels, including 5 postdoctoral research fellows. He is an editor/associate editor/regional editor for several journals in United States and Europe. Dr. Wang's research program is truly interdisciplinary at the interface of mathematical, computational, and experimental studies. Via multiscale modeling (multiple scales of time and/or space), he has fulfilled many significant research accomplishments in the areas of stoichiometric modeling, microbiology, ecotoxicology, species invasions, and infectious diseases. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed papers (all SCI indexed) with most in top journals.