Colloquium in Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematical models of biological phenomena for practical results
Dr. Cornel Lustig
September 30 | 14:00 | Science Building 8, Room 424
The lecture will present few of the models that I was involved in their formulation, analysis and usage (for example in prediction): model for neurotransmitter release and its application in discerning the effect of drugs, model of decision-making in mollusks (Aplysia Fasciata), personalized physiological model for optimization of cancer treatment, adjustable feed-back loop for treatment of sleep disorders and a model for personalization and control of light toward performance optimization.
The models involve non-linear systems of differential equations, stochastic modeling and a wide range of simulative and analytical approaches. The work was based on interaction between modeling and experimental data (in usage and generation).
For further information
Dr. David Garber, Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences,
Holon Institute of Technology
Tel/Fax: +972-3-5026737 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org