nodo  CRM
Most phenomena studied by the Natural Sciences, from Material Sciences to Astrophysics, are multi-scale processes, i.e. they involve the coupling of multiple different processes characterised by widely-ranging time and length scales, with the macroscopic behaviour emerging from the complex interactions between them. Whilst considerable progress has been done in dealing with such problems in the Physical Sciences, the success achieved so far in the Biological Sciences is rather more limited. This is partly due to the fact that the individual components of biological systems (e.g. cells) are much more complex than their counterparts in physical systems and, therefore, new methods and models are needed to analyse multi-scale processes in Biology. Such is the remit of the Computational & Mathematical Biology group at CRM: To propose new models relevant to experimental biologists and clinicians and develop the analytical and computational tools necessary for their analysis. We pay special attention to problems with clinical relevance, in particular those related to cancer. The research activity of our group is developed along the following lines:
  • Cancer modelling
  • Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolution
  • Mathematical modelling of epigenetic regulation in cancer and ageing
  • Stochastic and deterministic modelling in ecology and population dynamics
  • Mathematical Virology
 Tomas Alarcon
 Josep Sardany√©s
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