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"Computational Modeling of Physical Systems: from Chemistries to Organisms", Kyle Harrington, colloque de l'IRIT

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on the September 26, 2017
12h30
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Kyle Harrington, from University of Idaho and invited professor at UT1 in september, will present his work titled "Computational Modeling of Physical Systems: from Chemistries to Organisms".

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Abstract: I will discuss how computational modeling plays an integral role in modeling and constructing physical systems at multiple scales. How can computational models be used to discover computational properties of a nonlinear chemistry and guide the construction of logic gates made of synthetic cells? How can predictive modeling help us understand fundamental mechanisms of cell biology and accelerate the experimentation process? How can we extract structures from biological images to ensure our models stay true to reality? I will show a series of work that answers these questions in a variety of contexts.

Date of update September 20, 2017


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