Computational Biology

Mathematical BiologyThe semester Mathematical Biology is organized at the Banach Middle, Warsaw, Poland, 1 December 2017 – 31 March 2018. Joint degrees usually contain a 50-50 split between Arithmetic and the other subject. The module is delivered in the form of lectures and workshops/tutorials and assessed by way of an exam (60%) and coursework (40%). Examples of dynamical methods, including mass on a spring, pendulum, Van Der Pol oscillator, non-linear oscillator.

This module aimed at Stage 4 college students, covers the speculation and utility of graphs, including each theoretical work and the use of algorithms. Dynamical methods idea allows us to study these programs of equations and inver details about the behaviour of the corresponding biological, chemical or bodily programs.

The module will be masking the evolution of life in the Cenozoic period. Units and subsets: definitions, examples, Set operations, primary identities, energy of a set, Cartesian product of units, relations on sets, Primary graph terminology. The idea of Organic Organisation covers topics reminiscent of modifications in posture, coronary heart anatomy, respiratory capacity, temperature regulation and endothermy in terrestrial vertebrates.

Equations of spheres, tangent planes. This module, aimed at the Stage 5 pupil, takes an advanced look at dynamical systems. Atypical Differential Equations (ODEs) are an necessary modelling device in Science and Engineering. This module is necessary for all Degree three college students on Mathematics (together with Arithmetic combined) levels.

This module offers an in-depth research of Operational Analysis geared toward Level three or 4 students. The Cell and its Surroundings develops the topic of cell construction, overlaying intracellular compartmentalisation and trafficking; lipids and membranes, with particular emphasis on the biochemical and biophysical properties of membranes.