TrainingsMasterBio-informatiqueCoursesContinuous dynamical systems and modelling : examples

Master Bio-informatiqueUE Continuous dynamical systems and modelling : examples


The purpose of this course is to introduce some of the simplest differential equations and systems of differential equations which underlie the main continuous models used in biology (dynamics of populations or cells, biochemical processes, etc.). We will address both qualitative (long-time behavior) and quantitative (positivity, parameter dependency) properties of the considered models. In parallel to this theoretical study, numerical simulations will be performed during the computer sessions. Practicals will consist in using Python specialised libraries as scipy.integrate in order to visualise trajectories and systems behaviours.

Language used

Main language used by this course: Français.

Structure and organisation

Lectures will provide a summary of basic concepts, which will be applied in practicals.

Volume of teachings

  • Lectures: 6 hours
  • Tutorials: 6 hours
  • Pratical works: 6 hours

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