Dr. Wandi Ding
Dr. Ding is the Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University. She serves as faculty for the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Computational Science Program, as well as the Honors College. She is an active learner and user for SIMIODE, which is a Community of Practice dedicated to using modeling to teach differential equations.
Dr. Ding's research interests include || mathematical biology || computational biology || mathematical modeling || optimal control || ordinary and partial differential equations || difference equations || agent/individual-based modeling || and || hybrid systems ||, with applications to || population dynamics || disease modeling and control || natural resource management || and || systems biology (integrated mathematical oncology) ||. She is also interested in || deep learning (convolutional neural network) || and || quantum biology||.
Dr. Ding's research focuses on understanding the spatial and temporal patterns that arise in dynamic biological systems and, when possible, finding the best way to control the system. See Research for details.
"Come to the Data,
Stay for the Science.
Use Data to do Good. "
MTSU REU Site: Computational Modeling and Simulation in the Applied Sciences (September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2021)
Invitation to Submit: Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering - Special Issue
on Mathematical modeling and analysis of social and ecological determinants for the dynamics of infectious diseases and public health policies.
Guest Editors: Wandi Ding, Yun Kang and Anuj Mubayi
Wandi.Ding AT mtsu.edu
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