SIAM Workshop on Computational Models and Simulation for Intra-Cellular Processes (CM02)

Venue: Hilton Garden Inn

Location: Washington, District Of Columbia,

Event Date/Time: Oct 04, 2002
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The interaction between the mathematical and computational sciences and biology has been growing
in importance in the last decade, but it is still a beginning. There is tremendous room for progress. For
example, major advances are needed in mathematical and statistical methods to have significant
impact on the prediction and control of spatio-temporal cellular behavior. Some specific processes
that are amenable to mathematical methods are networks of molecular interactions such as gene-gene,
gene-protein, and protein-protein. Applications of such interactions include discovery of functional
modules in cellular systems, and rapid and precise identification of targets and design of intervention
methods that influence molecular dynamics.