This group is a subgroup of Life Sciences.
Coordinator of this subgroup: Joke Blom
The subtheme focuses on mathematical problems in the life sciences, in particular biology and medicine. The work is done in close cooperation with groups working in cell-, neuro- and microbiology. The mathematical research includes multiscale modelling, analytical and numerical topics (queueing systems, diffusion-reaction systems at the macroscopic and mesoscopic level, hybrid ODE/PDE systems), uncertainty quantification and parameter estimation (parameter identification, model discrimination and optimal experimental design).
The research group participates in the Netherlands Institute for Systems Biology (NISB).
External support is obtained from European Commission, FP7 programme, for the BioPreDyn project.
Key publications of Scientific Computing for Systems Biology
Reports of Scientific Computing for Systems Biology
- Korteweg-de-Vries Institute, University of Amsterdam
- Department of Molecular Cell Physiology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, University of Amsterdam
- AMC / Metabolic Disorders, University of Amsterdam
- CRG, Barcelona
- PhD Thesis Þórsdóttir (2015)
- PhD thesis Dobrzyński (2010)
- PhD thesis Ashyraliyev (2009)