Fundamental Concepts of Mathematical Biology

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TU Dresden | Sommersemester 2024 Fundamental Concepts of Mathematical Biology

Seminar in Mathematical Biology

Mathematical biology utilizes theoretical analysis and mathematical models to explore the principles guiding system structure, development, and behavior. This approach stands in contrast to experimental biology, which centers on testing scientific theories through experimentation. Given the intricate nature of living systems, mathematical biology integrates diverse mathematical fields. In this seminar, we will engage in critical discussions on fundamental concepts such as nonlinear dynamics, pattern formation, self-organization, evolution, and machine learning. The seminar's primary focus is on introducing key concepts through oral presentations and discussions, with the final program to be decided during the kickoff meeting.

 

 

The seminar is intended for undergraduate/graduate students and researchers in mathematics, physics, biology, medicine, and computer science interested in this highly interdisciplinary research area. 

Seminar details

  • Kickoff meeting and distribution of topics: April 17, 14.00h - 15.00h
  • Date and time: Four afternoons at 14.00 h - 17.00 h: June 11,12,18,19
  • Location: APB-1096, Faculty for Computer Science, Nöthnitzer Str. 46
  • Registration: Please register under "Registration"

Contact

Prof. Dr. Andreas Deutsch
Zentrum für Informationsdienste und Hochleistungsrechnen (ZIH),
TU Dresden
Email: andreas.deutsch@tu-dresden.de                                                                   

Image Credit: Joaquim Alves Gaspar, Lisboa, Portugal

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