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Dynamics of Chemical Reaction Networks

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Complexity in molecular biology comes in the form of large networks of chemical reactions which govern the life and physics of cells at the microscopic level. Despite even the identification of such complex chemical circuitry is still a long-term goal in the life sciences, we believe that a deeper understanding of the network functionality, modular organization and working principles can be achieved only by having analytical tools that are specifically thought for such kinds of mathematical models.

The theory of Chemical Reaction Networks is a branch of mathematics which tries to draw links between topology and dynamics and attempts at understanding the qualitative behavior of reaction networks under large uncertainties on parameters values.

We will present some recent developments by the speaker and his coworkers, dealing with monotonicity, convergence and persistence in chemical reaction networks.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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