MoDiS - Modelling Diffusive Systems: Theory & Biological Applications

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MoDiS - Modelling Diffusive Systems: Theory & Biological Applications

 06 - 09 Sep 2021


This is an ICMS Early Career Researcher workshop
  • Esther S. Daus, Vienna University of Technology
  • Annalisa Iuorio, University of Vienna
  • Angelika Manhart, University College London
  • Cinzia Soresina, University of Graz


This workshop aims to bring together experts from different communities to cover the investigation of diffusive systems from several viewpoints: the theoretical one, combining analytical techniques from Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) and dynamical systems with the most recent numerical methods to predict the evolution of the phenomena under study; the applied one - with a particular focus on biology, where challenging questions leading to the understanding of our surrounding environment are constantly raised. The speakers will illustrate the most recent advancements in these fields, and foster the creation of new research directions with a concluding description of three open research questions aimed at colleagues working in fields different from their own. This will allow researchers with different backgrounds to learn ultimate techniques, connect with experts from various areas, and collaborate with fellow participants to produce new, cutting-edge research.


Please find the schedule here.

Please find all recordings here

Maxime Breden, École Polytechnique
Maria Bruna, University of Cambridge
Jonathan Dawes, University of Bath
Pierre Degond, Imperial College London
Raluca Eftimie, University of Dundee
Mariana Haragus, Université de Franche-Comté
Andrew Krause, Durham University
Christian Kuehn, Technical University of Munich
Deborah Lacitignola, University of Cassino
David Lloyd, University of Surrey
Anna Logioti, University of Bonn
Maria Carmela Lombardo, University of Palermo
Anna Marciniak-Czochra, Heidelberg University
Ricardo Martínez-García, ICTP-South American Institute for Fundamental Research
Jonathan Potts, University of Sheffield
Mariya Ptashnyk, Heriot-Watt University
Markus Schmidtchen, Technical University of Dresden
Nikolaos Sfakianakis, University of St. Andrews
Ariane Trescases, CNRS Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse
Hannes Uecker, Oldenburg University
Frits Veerman, University of Leiden
Marie-Therese Wolfram, University of Warwick
Kit Yates, University of Bath (Public Lecture)
Antoine Zurek, Vienna University of Technology