Mathematical and Computer Simulation Models:
Theory & Application (July 14 - July 16 )
Time: Wed-Fri, July 14 - July 16, 9:00 am - noon
Place: Bioinformatics Computer Core Lab (Rm 104), Life Sciences Bldg
Tarynn M. Witten
Audience: Primarily 1st year students
Scenario1 Scenario2 Scenario3 Scenario4 Scenario5
Wed July 14, 9am
Introduction to Maple and Symbolic Languages, Differential Equations: basic background, some simple models (cell growth,
Thu July 15, 9am
||Making a Model of Bacterial Mutation - The Luria-Delbruck Experiments, Chemical Oscillators & Chaos
Fri July 16, 9am
|| Using Models of Biomedical Systems - Metabolism, Measles, SARS, High Performance Computing Models and Simulation, other modeling alternatives
Vetria Byrd (BBSI 2004/05) presents: Finkelstein A et al(2004).
Computational challenges of systems biology.
IEEE Computer May pg 26-33.
Paul Wojoski (BBSI 2004/05) presents: Ravasz E et al (2002).
Hierarchical Organization of Modularity in Metabolic Networks.
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