Transport phenomena in biological processes

11 Jul 2018, 15:00
New Law School/--107 (University of Sydney)

New Law School/--107

University of Sydney



Transport phenomena in biological processes

  • Anthony Kearsley (Applied and Computational Mathematics Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology)


Biological processes are often dominated by diffusion processes, and a rigorous quantitative understanding of these application specific processes is crucial to advances in mathematical biology. Partial differential equations (PDE) have proved to be a natural way to model these processes in a surprising variety of specific applications. In this minisymposium a pertinent collection of developments at the interface of transport phenomena and PDE will be presented. A unifying theme of presentations will be analytic and computational methods for modelling, simulating and solving PDE to advance the understanding of biological processes, and vice-versa.

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