Seminar (SS 2015)



The accompanying lecture "Introduction to Mathematical Biology I: Discrete Models" is announced here.



There are intriguing similarities between the flocking behavior of animals and the collective motion of large groups of cells. Collective cell migration plays a key role in biological development, regeneration, wound healing and tumor invasion and can be analyzed by means of mathematical models. The main focus of the seminar is the introduction of mathematical models addressing key problems from collective motion and swarming. By means of talks presented by the seminar participants mathematical models and methods to understand particular problems and questions are introduced.

The seminar is intended for undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics, biology, medicine, and computer science who are interested in the highly interdisciplinary research area of mathematical biology.

Flyer  with the Objective of the seminar.

  • Time: 2 Friday afternoons 14.00-17:00: 8.5., 22.5. and Friday 12.6. 9.30-17:00
  • Kickoff meeting and distribution of talks Monday, April 27, 14.00-15.00, APB-1096
  • Location: APB-1096, Computer Science Dept. of TU Dresden at Nöthnitzer Str. 46
  • Program
  • Organizers:
    Anja Voss-Böhme, Thomas Buder, Jörn Starruß, Walter de Back, Andreas Deutsch, ZIH, TU Dresden
  • Contact: Andreas Deutsch, Tel. 463-31943

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