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Introduction to the Modelling of Forces in Biological Tissues

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Second Tutorial of the Theory of Living Matter Group:

Forces play an essential role in biological processes such as development, cancer and homeostatic tissue regeneration. In this tutorial I will give an introduction to the theoretical methods that can be used to understand these forces and the ensuing tissue dynamics.

The lecture is intended to be understandable for a broad audience with an interest in and basic knowledge of mathematics. No preliminary knowledge in non linear dynamics will be required. However, participants are supposed to have basic training in mathematical methods, especially differential equations and some linear algebra.

This talk is part of the Biological and Statistical Physics discussion group (BSDG) series.

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