September 12 to 14, 2022, at Weierstrass Institute Berlin
The workshop MathBio22 - Mathematical models for biologcal multiscale systems discusses and identifies mathematical methods that bridge the gap in scale and complexity between microscopic descriptions of biological and biophysical systems with corresponding PDE descriptions. The focus is on the multi-scale nature innate to biological processes connecting interacting biomolecules with complex systems such as cells, tissue, and organs to elucidate macroscopic phenomena, e.g.,
- liquid-liquid phase separation,
The corresponding model hierarchies require innovative and structure-preserving numerical methods, novel simulation techniques, and new analytical tools for the resulting nonlinear PDE systems. The latter concerns in particular questions of well-posedness, long-term behavior, qualitative properties of solutions, and coupling to microscopic, stochastic, or agent-based models. Variational and energy- or entropy-based methods are of particular interest.
- Ralf Blossey University of Lille Nord de France
- Cecilia Clementi Free University Berlin
- Bob Eisenberg Rush University, Chicago
- Radek Erban University of Oxford
- Matthew G Hennessy University of Bristol
- Tommaso Lorenzi Politecnico di Torino
- John Lowengrub University of California at Irvine
- Sarah Waters University of Oxford
- Vasileios Vavourakis University of Cyprus, Nicosia
- Stefanie Winkelmann Zuse Institute Berlin
The workshop will take place in a hybrid form. There will be an upper bound for the number of on-site participants to comply with the local Corona rules.
- Contributed talks (and posters) are welcome (limited capacity)
- Please register before June 30st for contributions (talks and posters)
- Early registration before June 30st, 2022, for on-site attendance (60€) afterwards (80€) and online (30€)
To register for the workshop, click here.
After you receive the confirmation of your registration, payment of the participation fee needs to be made via bank transfer to the following account:
- Account holder: Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.
- Credit institute and address: Commerzbank AG, Tempelhofer Damm 182, 12099 Berlin, Germany
- Swift Code / BIC:
DE45 1004 0000 0520 4300 02
MathBio22 - [YOUR LAST NAME] [YOUR FIRST NAME]
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We gratefully acknowledge the funding by the Einstein Foundation Berlin and the Berlin Mathematics Research Cluster MATH+.