Thursday, April 17, 2014 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
This talk will serve as an introduction to the topic of Chemical Reaction Systems. We will examine the representation of mass-action chemical reaction networks. The role of Algebraic Geometry will be featured in the discussion of the stable locus of the system. The main problem of the current theory, the question of the existence of a stable point for every trajectory, will be examined in the context of nanoparticle based biological assays

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Partnership III

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Modeling and Simulation Graduate Program 407-882-1300 modsim@ucf.edu

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