Interdisciplinary Complex Systems: Theoretical Physics Methods in Systems Biology Print E-mail

The group studies problems of nonlinear dynamics of complex systems focusing on biological problems using a theoretical physics approach.

Topics investigated by the group scientists are:
• Reaction-diffusion equations
• Turbulence in vortex dynamics
• Heat Transfer in excitable tissues
• Mechano-electric Feedback
• Computational Cardiology
• Stochastic systems in Biophysics
• Mathematical Models of Tumor Growth
• Fluid Dynamics in biological systems
• Complex Networks
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Group leader: Prof. Simonetta Filippi (ICRANet and University Campus Bio-Medico, Italy)

Group members: Prof. Christian Cherubini (ICRANet and University Campus Bio-Medico, Italy), Alessio Gizzi (Researcher, University Campus Bio-Medico, Rome, Italy), Letizia Chiodo (Researcher, University Campus Bio-Medico, Rome, Italy), Alessandro Loppini (Researcher, University Campus Bio-Medico, Rome, Italy), Martina Nicoletti, (PhD student, University Campus Bio-Medico, Rome, Italy)
 
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