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  • MAS377/MAS6023 Mathematical Biology

    The course provides an introduction to the mathematical modelling of the dynamics of biological populations. The emphasis will be on deterministic models based on systems of differential equations that encode population birth and death rates. Examples will be drawn from a range of different dynamic biological populations, from the species level down to the dynamics of molecular populations within cells. Central to the course will be the dynamic consequences of feedback interactions within the populations. In cases where explicit solutions are not readily obtainable, techniques that give a qualitative picture of the model dynamics (including numerical simulation) will be used.

  • MAS211 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra (Semester 1)

    Module information can be found on the SoMaS Module page. Course material can be found on MOLE.

CPIB Summer School: Mathematical Modelling for Biologists. Next course: 14-17 July 2014.

The course comprises integrated lectures and computer-based practicals which will allow you to gain an understanding of modelling approaches in a helpful, friendly environment. Open to all --- PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with a biological background are particularly encouraged to attend, and no prior experience is assumed.


Last Updated: 14 July 2014

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