Aaron Gowins: Information Flow in a Contact Network

Aaron Gowins: Information Flow in a Contact Network

The effort to employ mathematical methods to understand biological systems has undergone a transformation with combined recent advances in computational methods and biological datasets. We will explore the use of contact networks to model cellular interactions as information flow. Following the work of mathematicians at the National Institutes of Health, we will examine current techniques for developing biologically relevant analyses of large networks of molecular interactions to illuminate the underlying structure of these systems.

 

Event Date: 
04/30/2014 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Location: 
Hurst 101
Contact: 
Andy Keck
Phone: 
943-2802