Christian Mazza
Biomathematics and Computational
Biology Group
University of Fribourg
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What do we do?

At the Biomathematics and Computational Biology Group, we are a small team located at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Fribourg. The field of mathematics can provide models to the life science community to achieve a greater understanding of how a given biological system evolves in time with respect to the many interactions of a different nature which exist within an organism. We study biological networks, complex ecosystems and mathematical models of plant growth by focusing on both their geometrical structure (graphs, patterns) and their underlying dynamics (deterministic and stochastic). Typical examples are Lotka-Volterra dynamics on complex ecological networks and cellular processing systems.

Main publications 2016

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