2011 Workshop on Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research
July 18th - 19th, 2011
University of Notre Dame London Centre
Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Biocomplexity (ICSB), University of Notre Dame
Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (ACMS), University of Notre Dame
Centre for Mathematical Biology (CMB), University of Oxford
Oxford Centre for Collaborative Applied Mathematics (OCCAM), University of Oxford
Rev. Julius A. Nieuwland Lecture Series, College of Science, University of Notre Dame
College of Engineering, University of Notre Dame
New insights into emergent organizational properties of many biological phenomena can be gained by, and indeed require, mathematical and computational modeling. Such modeling does not replace analysis at the cellular and molecular levels but complements it. Mathematical and computational analysis is the best means available for describing and understanding the spatiotemporal behaviors of systems containing many components and operating on multiple scales. Complex biomedical modeling efforts include predictive multiscale simulations consisting of different submodels at each scale, scalable parallelism for heterogeneous dynamical simulations, a data-rich environment with experimentally determined model parameters, and, finally, distributed multidisciplinary research teams and resources.
The goal of the Workshop is to bring together researchers in biomedical engineering and mathematical and computational biology from the US and UK to discuss recent developments in biomedical modeling and experiments, as well as possible future collaborations. The two main biomedical topics of the Workshop will be biomechanics, including adaption or response of tissues to mechanical, chemical, or electromagnetic stimuli, and thrombus formation.
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