For my final seminar topic I will be talking about the various types of differential equations in relation to the heart as well as pacemakers. First by discussing some general information about the anatomy and functions of the heart so that we can better understand later on. Followed by a brief recap of differential equations. Most of the equations in my talk look very complicated so it is important that we know how to look at them properly and identify what kind of equations they really are. Finally, then getting into how we can use these equations to make models and graphs of particular heart related functions. Hope to see you there.

Hey Christie, I’m really interested in learning more about this topic during your talk. I find it cool how different mathematical models and differential equation can so accurately represent things that we experience in the real world. In this case it seems to be a really important function on how our heart works and keeps us alive. Can’t wait!

Hello Christie,

I am very interested in hearing more about what your talk consists of. I know differential equations can significantly be applied to many life scenarios. Hearing about them in relation to heart will be very unique to me and am eager to learn.

Good luck and I look forward to your talk.

The presentation was great! I got to learn more about the heart as medicine is a topic that always interested me. From how complicated things looked at the original state, I can’t begin to imagine how bad the equations and calculations can get when looking at the heart while exercise is done. Once again, great job on your talk!

This was a fantastic presentation. Math can be found in every science, and this was a very interesting example of that. The ideas were complex, but explained in a very understandable way. You made otherwise incomprehensible equations fun and interesting.