Seminar on the Mathematics of Reaction Networks

algebraic geometry dynamical systems probability

Harvard University / Politecnico di Torino / Texas A&M University / University of Vienna -- Universität Wien

Audience: Researchers in the topic
Seminar series times: No fixed schedule
Organizers: Daniele Cappelletti*, Stefan Müller*, Tung Nguyen*, Polly Yu*
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This seminar series focuses on progress in mathematical theory for the study of reaction networks, mainly in biology and chemistry. The scope is broad and accommodates works arising from dynamical systems, stochastics, algebra, topology and beyond.

We aim at providing a common forum for sharing knowledge and encouraging discussion across subfields. In particular we aim at facilitating interactions between junior and established researchers. These considerations will be represented in the choice of invited speakers and we will strive to create an excellent, exciting and diverse schedule.

The seminar runs twice a month, typically on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, at 17:00 Brussels time (observe that this webpage shows the schedule in your current time zone). Each session consists of two 25-minute talks followed by 5-minute questions. After the two talks, longer discussions will take place for those interested. To this end, we will use breakout rooms. For this to work well, you need to have the latest version of Zoom installed (version 5.3.0 or higher), and use the desktop client or mobile app (not supported on ChromeOS).

We look forward hearing about new work and meeting many of you over zoom!

The organizers.

Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
ThuDec 0116:30Aidan HowellsStochastic reaction networks within interacting compartments
ThuDec 0116:00Patrick DeLeenherThe basic reproduction number for linear semigroups in R^n with an invariant cone
ThuNov 1016:30Romain YvinecStochastic Becker-Döring model: large population and large time results for phase transition phenomena
ThuNov 1016:00Murad BanajiSplitting reactions preserves nondegenerate behaviours in chemical reaction networks
ThuOct 2715:30Ugur CetinerReformulating non-equilibrium steady-states
ThuOct 2715:00Tomislav PlesaIntegral feedback in synthetic biology: Negative-equilibrium catastrophe
ThuOct 1315:30Shu WangInferring CRN properties from single-cell 'omics data
ThuOct 1315:00Maya MinchevaChemical Reaction Networks with Time Delays
ThuMay 1915:30Alicia DickensteinBeyond Boolean Networks
ThuMay 1915:00Jeremy GunawardenaParameter geography
ThuApr 2815:30Hugo DouradoOptimality principles of cellular resource allocation: enzyme/substrate relationship and growth laws
ThuApr 2815:00Irene Otero MurasDetection of bistability in biochemical reaction networks: from mass action to arbitrary kinetics, and from deterministic to stochastic regimes
ThuMar 2416:30Massimiliano EspositoFree energy transduction in chemical reaction networks from enzymes to metabolism
ThuMar 2416:00Enrico BibbonaBayesian inference of RNA life-cycle kinetic rates from sequencing data with multiple latent clustering
ThuMar 1016:30Matthew JohnstonAnalyzing Steady States of Mass Action Systems through Network Splitting
ThuMar 1016:00Greg RempalaApproximating bio-chemical dynamics using survival models
ThuFeb 2416:30Abhishek DeshpandeAutocatalytic recombination networks
ThuFeb 2416:00Lea StaMathematical modelling of a receptor-ligand system
ThuFeb 1016:30Sebastian WalcherMichaelis-Menten - The quest for small parameters
ThuFeb 1016:00Hamid RahkooyComputations On Toricity/Binomiality of Chemical Reaction Networks
ThuJan 2716:30Wasiur Khuda BukhshIncorporating age and delay into models for biophysical systems
ThuJan 2716:00Gheorghe CraciunReaction networks, global stability, and toric differential inclusions
ThuDec 0916:30Germán EncisoStochastic Modeling of Nucleosome Dynamics and Gene Expression
ThuDec 0916:00Andrea AgazziLarge Deviations for Degenerate Markov Jump Processes
ThuNov 1816:30Giulia GiordanoLooking at biochemical reaction networks through the lens of the BDC-decomposition
ThuNov 1816:00Alexey OvchinnikovStructural parameter identifiability of ODE models
ThuOct 2815:30Nidhi KaihnsaCooperativity and Absolute Interaction
ThuOct 2815:00Claudio del SoleScaling limits of stochastic models with Fast Absorption and Slow Escape
ThuOct 1415:00****** Networking event (closed to registered participants) ***
ThuSep 2315:30Tang Quoc BaoConvergence to equilibrium for chemical reaction-diffusion systems
ThuSep 2315:00Hye-Won KangStochastic Modeling of Reaction-Diffusion Processes in Biology
ThuSep 1615:30Badal JoshiDynamic Absolute Concentration Robustness
ThuSep 1615:00Anne ShiuAbsolute concentration robustness and multistationarity
ThuMay 2015:30Mercedes Perez MillanCircuits of multistationarity in structured enzymatic networks
ThuMay 2015:00Carsten WiufOn the sum of two reactions
ThuMay 1315:30Nicola VassenaSign-sensitivity of metabolic networks: which structures determine the sign of the responses
ThuMay 1315:00Hyukpyo HongDerivation of stationary distributions of stochastic chemical reaction networks via network translation
ThuApr 2215:30Amirhosein SadeghimaneshStudying dynamical behavior of the three connected populations with Allee effect using algebraic tools
ThuApr 2215:00Xiaoxian TangMultistability of One-Dimensional Reaction Networks
ThuApr 0815:30Alan RendallUsing Bogdanov-Takens bifurcations to study existence and stability of periodic solutions
ThuApr 0815:00Nicolette MeshkatAbsolute concentration robustness in networks with many conservation laws
ThuMar 2516:00Linard HoesslyOn an algebraic approach to product-form stationary distributions of some reaction networks
ThuMar 1116:30Stefan MüllerDetailed balance = complex balance + cycle balance
ThuMar 1116:00Tung NguyenPrevalence of deficiency zero for random reaction networks
ThuFeb 2516:30Balazs BorosDynamics of planar deficiency-one mass-action systems
ThuFeb 2516:00Chuang XuDynamics of one dimensional stochastic reaction networks
ThuFeb 1116:30Angelyn LaoChemical reaction network decompositions and realizations of S-systems
ThuFeb 1116:00Elisa TonelloBoolean interaction networks: some classical results and recent trends
ThuJan 2816:30Mark CurielWhen do two networks have the same steady-state ideal?
ThuJan 2816:00Jinsu KimIdentifiability of Stochastically Modelled Reaction Networks
ThuJan 1416:30Justin EilertsenThe current state of quasi-steady-state approximations: manifolds, time scales, singularities, and stochastic fluctuations
ThuJan 1416:00Polly YuDynamically Equivalent Mass-Action Systems: A Survey of Recent Results
ThuDec 1016:30Ankit GuptaFrequency Spectra and the Color of Cellular Noise
ThuDec 1016:00Nida ObatakeMixed volume of reaction networks
ThuDec 0316:30Casian PanteaInheritance of Hopf bifurcations in reaction networks
ThuDec 0316:00Beatriz Pascual EscuderoNecessary conditions for ACR in Reaction Networks
ThuNov 1216:30Lea PopovicA spatially heterogeneous stochastic model for chemical reaction networks
ThuNov 1216:00David F. AndersonReaction network implementations of neural networks
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