Prof. Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Stefan Klus
Prof. Dr. Christof Schütte
Duration: 01.06.2017 - 31.12.2018
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin
Cellular processes are governed by diffusion, transport, and interactions of its constituents.
For many processes the spatial inhomogeneity of cells is of secondary importance;
modelling such processes means finding appropriate kinetic models of the
underlying cellular reaction networks (CRNs).
The availability of such models is key to many areas of the life
sciences ranging from computational biology to system medicine and is essential for
understanding the fundamentals of cellular behavior, its malfunction under external
stress and its restoration by regenerative interventions.