Lecture (WS 2009/10)

Introduction to Mathematical Biology II


Mathematical models help us understand diversity from underlying principles.


  • Flyer (pdf)  with the Objective of the lecture.
  • Time: Tuesdays 16.45-18.15, Start: October 20
  • Location: INF E09  (Fakultät Informatik, Nöthnitzer Str. 46)
  • Exercises: Wednesday, 16.45-18.15, INF-1096
  • Lecturers:
    Dr. Lutz Brusch, ZIH, TU Dresden
    PD Dr. Andreas Deutsch (coordinator), ZIH, TU Dresden
    Dr. Andreas Beyer, BioTec, TU Dresden
  • Contact: Andreas Deutsch, Tel. 463-31943
  • The lecture is accompanied by the seminar "Principles of Biological Development".
  • The overall concept of these lectures, tutorials and seminars in Mathematical Biology is available here.

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Date
Topic
20.10.2009
Introduction
27.10.2009
Partial Differential Equation Models I: Transport
03.11.2009
Partial Differential Equation Models II: Reaction-Diffusion Systems
10.11.2009
Partial Differential Equation Models III: Turing Instability
17.11.2009
Partial Differential Equation Models IV: Pattern Formation
24.11.2009
Networks I
02.12.2009
Networks II
08.12.2009
Networks III
15.12.2009
Cellular Automaton Models I
05.1.2010
Cellular Automaton Models II
12.1.2010 Cellular Automaton Models III
19.1.2010
Cellular Automaton Models IV
26.1.2010 Cellular Automaton Models V
02.2.2010 Cellular Automaton Models VI

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