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WORKSHOP ON ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF BIOLOGICAL NETWORKED SYSTEMS

Ponente: Varios expositores
Institución: Instituto de Matemáticas UNAM Juriquilla
Tipo de Evento: Investigación
Cuándo 13/10/2016
de 09:00 a 19:00
Dónde Laboratorio Nacional de Visualización Cientifica Avanzada
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From controlling gene regulation processes of cells to
restoring the microbiome in our gut from dysbiosis back to its healthy
state, the potential behind controlling biological systems has never
been this big before. Yet, the puzzling complexity of biological systems
—often consisting of a manifold of different components (genes,
proteins, species, etc.) interacting trough complex networks— calls for
new control and system theoretic approaches, relying on other
disciplines such as network science and mathematical biology.
This workshop brings together leading national and international
researchers working on a rapidly emerging field at the intersection of
control theory, mathematical biology and network science. We are
pleased to announce the very diverse background of our participants,
from engineering to physics, and neuroscience to medicine.

 

Organizers: Dr. Marco Tulio Angulo y Dr. Jorge X. Velasco-Hernández

Instituto de Matemáticas UNAM-Juriquilla