Dynamical systems in physiological modeling
Dynamical systems are ubiquitous throughout physiology. Recognizing both the commonality of methods for understanding such systems and the diversity of applications to physiology, this conference aims to present a cross-section of theoretical and computational results from the level of cells to the level of organs.
- Jack Cowan, University of Chicago
- Jeff Fox, Gene Network Sciences
- Leon Glass, McGill University
- Jim Keener, University of Utah
- Greg Smith, College of William and Mary
- Dave Terman, Ohio State University and MBI
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In addition to the conference proper, the local organizers will run a student tutorial to provide background for the plenary lectures. We will discuss the foundational ideas and techniques related to the topics of these lectures. See the link at left for more details.
Acknowledgements:This conference is supported in part by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) through its Participating Institution (PI) Program. PI members may use IMA/PI funds to support travel of their personnel to this conference. Additional support is provided by the Department of Mathematics, Purdue University.