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SUMMARY:Algebraic approaches in the study of chemical reaction networks -
Dr Murad Banaji (University of Oxford)
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20241129T110000Z
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DESCRIPTION:Underlying many biological models are chemical reaction networ
ks (CRNs)\, and identifying allowed and forbidden dynamics in reaction net
works may give insight into biological mechanisms. Algebraic approaches ha
ve been important in several recent developments. For example\, computatio
nal algebra has helped us characterise all small mass action CRNs admittin
g certain bifurcations\; allowed us to find interesting and surprising exa
mples and counterexamples\; and suggested a number of conjectures. Progres
s generally involves an interaction between analysis and computation: on t
he one hand\, theorems which recast apparently difficult questions about d
ynamics as (relatively tractable) algebraic problems\; and on the other\,
computations which provide insight into deeper theoretical questions. I'll
present some results\, examples\, and open \nquestions\, focussing on two
domains of CRN theory: the study of local bifurcations\, and the study of
multistationarity.\nSpeakers:\nDr Murad Banaji (University of Oxford)
LOCATION:Mathematical Institute (L5)\, Woodstock Road OX2 6GG
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