National Science Foundation
Department of Energy
Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Biocomplexity, University of Notre Dame
Los Alamos National laboratory, Theoretical Division
Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund
Biocomplexity Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington
Graduate School, University of Notre Dame
Department of Mathematics, University of Notre Dame
Department of Physics, University of Notre Dame
Center for Applied Mathematics, University of Notre Dame
This workshop is organized in cooperation with SIAM (Society
for Industrial and Applied Mathematics).
Mark Alber (Notre Dame), firstname.lastname@example.org;
Albert-Laszlo Barabasi (Notre Dame), email@example.com;
Holly Goodson (Notre Dame), firstname.lastname@example.org;
Yi Jiang (Los Alamos),
James Glazier (IU Bloomington), email@example.com
more information contact:
of the Workshop:
Discussion of different applications of methods of stochastic analysis
and statistical physics for studying biological systems and stimulation
of new interdisciplinary collaborations. Some of the specific topics
to be covered include pattern formation in development, aggregation
in bacteria colonies, protein folding, regulation of gene expression,
immunology, cytoskeleton, biological networks, and genetic drift.
will be invited to contribute to the special Issue of the Journal of
Statistical Physics (JSP):
All papers will be refereed in accordance with the JSP policies.
Limited funding may be available to support attendance by graduate students,
postdocs and junior faculty. Poster presentations are encouraged and
a limited number of contributed talks will also be accepted.
Lisa Tranberg- firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mark Alber - email@example.com