Mathematics and its applications to complex phenomena arising in biology, chemistry and medicine

CIRM, Luminy (France), June 3-5, 2014

Introduction: The goal of this conference will be to develop the mathematical understanding of complex phenomena arising in biology, chemistry, and medicine. Its project bears on the modelling, the mathematical analysis, and the numerical simulations of reaction-diffusion processes involved in those domains. It will essentially focus on the following themes: propagation in inhomogeneous media, formation of spatio-temporal patterns, oscillatory instabilities and application to genetic processes, bacterial infections, micro-bacterial colonies and population dynamics in ecology, interface and spike dynamics, blow-up infinite time as well as efficient simulations of the dynamics of the formation of complex patterns. This workshop will organized in the context of the Japan-France CNRS LIA ReaDiLab.

Participants: Matthieu Alfaro, Guillemette Chapuisat, Pascal Chossat, Jacques Demongeot, Arnaud Ducrot, Andre Estévez-Torres, Tadahisa Funaki, Quentin Griette, Thomas Giletti, Marie Henry, Danielle Hilhorst, Yuzo Hosono, Hirofumi Izuhara, Yong Jung Kim, Michel Langlais, Elisabeth Logak, Hiroshi Matano, Masayasu Mimura, Harunori Monobe, Thanh Nam Nguyen, Toshiyuki Ogawa, Pierre Recho, Thomas Risler, Lionel Roques, Yannick Rondelez, Daishin Ueyama, Gilles Wainrib, Joe Yuichiro Wakano, Mitsuru Yamazaki.

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Organizers: Pascal Chossat, Jacques Demongeot, Tadahisa Funaki, Danielle Hilhorst, Hiroshi Matano and Masayasu Mimura