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Yuehua (Tony) Liu won the Student Poster Award at CMS 2014 Winter meeting

    Yuehua (Tony) Liu won the first place of the Student Poster Award at the 2014 Canadian Mathematical Society Winter meeting 

    Yuehua (Tony) Liu, undergraduate student from University of Toronto, worked in LAPMS in the summer of 2014 on the project "Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Mosquito Abundance Associated with West Nile Virus Risks in Ontario", under the supervision of  Proessors Jingming Chen (Fellow of Royal Society of Canada, Senior Canada Research Chair, Department of Geography and Program in Planning University of Toronto) and Huaiping (York).   His poster won first place of the Student poster award at the 2014 Canadian Mathematical Society Winter meeting. Congratulations, Tony! 

     Yuehua(Tony) Liu

    Several other members of LAMPS also participated the poster session, including Longbin Chen, Don Yu, Juan Li, Wendi Bao. 

    •Wendi Bao - Meshless Methods for Partial Differential-Algebraic Equations
    •Longbin Chen and Don Yu - Temperature and Precipitation Driven Statistical Model for Forecasting the Population Abundance of West Nile Virus (WNV) Vectors and Human Infection Risk in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
     •Juan Li - Modeling and analysis of the dynamical impact of dissolved oxygen on phytoplankton and zooplankton in a lake

        https://www.facebook.com/studcCMS/photos/a.432857570114877.111711.306389...

        Juan Li appears on the CMS web page:  She is presenting her work to the audience.  
    Juanli
    •Yuehua (Tony) Liu - Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Mosquito Abundance Associated with West Nile Virus Risks in Ontario

    Wendi Bao

     

    Longbin Chen and Don Yu