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- Dimitrova, E.S., “Unique Reduced Groebner Bases of Ideals of Points,” Discrete Math Days in the Northeast, University of New England, Biddeford, ME (May 5, 2018).
- Dimitrova, E.S. “A discrete multiscale modeling perspective to the innate immune response to ischemic injury,” Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA (January 2018).
- Molecular Network Control Through Boolean Canalization, AMS Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Orlando, FL (September, 2017).
- Vanishing ideals, CanaDAM 2017, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada (June 2017).
- Unique Reduced Groebner Bases of Ideals of Points, Colloquium talk, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (October 2016).
- Algebraic models for gene regulatory networks, Mathematical Biology and Ecology Seminar, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA (June 2016).
- Properties and applications of vanishing ideals of points over finite fields, Meeting on Algebraic Geometry for Applications, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (April 2016).
- Properties and applications of vanishing ideals of points over finite fields, Algebra and Discrete Mathematics Seminar and Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (March 2016).
- Control methods for Boolean networks, Eighth international Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research (BEER 2015), Illinois State University, Normal, IL (October 2015).
- A difference equation for tracking perturbations in systems of Boolean nested canalyzing functions. KNOWeSCAPE 2015, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, Mons, Belgium (September 2015).
- Algebraic models in systems biology,” Department of Mathematics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (December 2014).
- Canalyzation in mathematical modeling, Keynote address, KNOWeSCAPE 2014, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, Thessaloniki, Greece (November 2014).
- Canalization in modeling gene regulatory networks, Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research 2013 (BEER’13), Marymount University, Arlington, VA (October 2013).
- Design of experiment for biological network inference, Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry (AG13), Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (August 2013).
- Data characterization and identification for network inference, Spring Central Sectional AMS Meeting, Iowa State University, Ames, IA (April 2013).
- Modeling gene regulatory networks, Southern Methodist University, Department of Mathematics, Dallas, TX (April 2012).
- Perturbation spread in Boolean networks, George Washington University, AMS special session on Dynamics of Complex Networks, Washington, DC (March 2012).
- Modeling gene regulatory networks with canalyzing functions, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, (March 2011).
- (with Layne, L.) Discrete models of biological networks, UC Santa Cruz, Department of Bioengineering, Santa Cruz, CA, (August 2010).
- (with Layne, L.) Some properties of nested canalyzing and partially nested canalyzing functions, Department of Mathematics, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (July 2010).
- (with Mitra, I. and Jarrah, A.S.) Stochastic polynomial dynamical model of the yeast cell cycle, APS 2010 Meeting, Portland, OR (March 2010).
- Probabilistic dynamical systems for reverse engineering of the yeast cell cycle network, AMS 2009 Central Section Meeting, Waco, TX (October 2009).
- Parameter estimation for a drought-related gene network in rice, SAMSI Transition Workshop: Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology and Statistics, Research Triangle, NC (June 2009).
- Discovering gene networks in rice, SIAM Chapter at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (April 2009).
- (with Jarrah, A.S.) Probabilistic polynomial systems for the reverse engineering of stochastic gene regulatory networks, Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Shanghai Mathematical Society, Fudan University, Shanghai, China (December 2008).
- Conjecturing variable dependencies in biochemical networks, Visitors Day, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (March 2007).
- Using the Groebner fan of an ideal for polynomial model selection, AMS Spring Southeastern Section Meeting, Special Session on Applicable Algebra, Davidson College, Davidson, NC (March 2007).
- Using the Gröbner fan of an ideal for polynomial model selection, Computational Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (February 2007).
- Inferring dependencies in biochemical networks, Third SC-INBRE Bioinformatics Research Symposium, Clemson University (January 2007).
- Polynomial models for systems biology: a combinatorial method for model selection, Bioinformatics Seminar, Clemson University (November 2006).
- (with Layne, L.) Term order effect on polynomial models for systems biology, National EPSCoR Conference, Lexington, KY (November 2006).
- Using the Gröbner fan of an ideal for polynomial model selection, ADM Seminar, Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (October 2006).
- Experimental data preprocessing for reverse engineering, Mathematical Biology, Institute for Advanced Study / Park City Mathematics Institute, Park City, UT (July 2005).
- Discretization of biological data, 1st Annual Faculty Retreat of Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Homestead Resort, VA (May 2005).
- Time series discretization for reverse engineering of gene networks, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria (January 2005).
- Time series discretization for reverse engineering of gene networks, SIAM Student Chapter at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (November 2004).
- A graph-theoretic method for the discretization of gene expression measurements, SACNAS National Conference, Austin, TX, (October 2004).
- (with Stigler, B. and Laubenbacher, R.) Continuous and discrete modeling of biological systems, Mathematical Methods in Bioinformatics, Pre-conference Mathematics Institute Session, Austin, TX (October 2004).
- (with Yordanov, O.) Statistics on low-dimensional chaotic flows, Summer School in Bifurcation and Chaos, Pamplona, Spain (June 2000).

- Conjecturing variable dependencies in biochemical networks, First Year Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (February 2010).
- Groebner basics, First Year Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (April 2009).
- Conjecturing variable dependencies in biochemical networks, First Year Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (February 2008).
- A computational algebra method for biochemical network modeling, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA (January 2008).
- A Groebner fan method for biochemical network modeling, International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, (July 2007).
- (with Stigler, B.) Applications of the Gröbner fan to gene network reconstruction, East Coast Computer Algebra Day, Shepherdstown, WV (May 2008).
- Mathematical modeling of biochemical networks, Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, MBI, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (March 2007).
- Modeling of gene networks, First Year Graduate Student Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University (March 2007).
- Time series discretization for reverse engineering of gene networks, Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, MBI, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (March 2006).

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