MATHEMATICAL MODELING,
MECHANICS AND
BIOLOGY

 

Granada, Spain

June 1-5 2020

Coordination
Juan Soler

Secretary
Juanjo Nieto

 

Interaction with companies

REGEMAT 3D (http://www.regemat3d.com)

INNITIUS (https://www.innitius.com)

Timetable

Minicourses

Phase field models for tumor growth. Pierluigi Colli, Dipartimento di Matematica. Università di Pavia.

 

Tissues as Active Materials. Jean-François Joanny. Soft Matter and Biophysics. Collège de France
 
Mechanobiology of Collective Cell Behaviors. Benoît Ladoux. Cell adhesion & Mechanics. Institut Jacques Monod. Université Paris Diderot / CNRS 
 
Biological pattern formation. Anna Marciniak-Czochra, Applied Analysis and Modelling in Biosciences. Institute of Applied Mathematics. University of Heidelberg
 
Mechanics of Mitotic Spindle. Alex Mogilner. Courant Institute and Department of Biology. New York University
 
Physics of Magnetic Fluids. Juan de Vicente. Universidad de Granada

Effective Scientific Communication. Creativity in Science

Coordinated by Francisco Perfectti & Isabel Reche. Universidad de Granada

Talks

Routing cell-to-cell communication: Cytoneme guidance model for Hedgehog gradient formation. Adrian Aguirre-Tamaral. Molecular Biology Center, CSIC-Madrid

Singular traveling waves and non-linear reaction-difusion equations. Juan Calvo. University of Granada

 

Cell dynamics in glioblastomas. Martina Conte, BCAM-Bilbao

 

Tumor-Host immune relationships. Data and concepts. Guido Forni. Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma

 

Vertex model of the vertebrate neuroepithelium verifies that neuronal differentiation influences progenitor arrangement. Pilar Guerrero. University Carlos III de Madrid

 

Elasticity, pressure and growth in biological tissues. Juan Melchor. University of Granada

 

Propagation of interfaces in biological tissues. Carlos Pulido. University of Granada

 

Singular patterns in Keller-Segel-type models. Mario Veruete. University of Montpellier

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