PHYS-436 Biological Physics II: Mathematical and Computational Techniques
Spring for 2017-2018
This course will focus on how a wide variety of biological and biochemical systems are modeled using discrete dynamical models and ordinary and partial differential equations. The students will learn how to study the dynamics of these systems using techniques from statistical mechanics and nonlinear dynamics and will learn how to simulate and analyze the systems using computational techniques.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: PHYS-155, PHYS-235
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