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Dynamic Processes (Computations) within a Static Depository of Knowledge: A Framework for Exploring Biology
Professor

 

Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Rozenberg
Leiden University, The Netherlands
University of Colorado in Boulder, USA



 

 
Period and location

 

The lectures will be held in Bicocca U14 building (viale Sarca 336/14)

5 - 16 October 2015

 

Registration: Send an email to segreteria.dottorato@disco.unimib.it

 


 

 

 

Topic - Aim organization
Program

In this series of lectures we present a framework for exploring a
discipline of science, which takes into account the knowledge about it
and dynamic processes taking part within it. In particular, we apply
this framework to explore biology. It consists then of:

   A STATIC part which is a depository of knowledge formalized by the
notion of an extended zoom structure. The integrating structure of
such a depository allows one to deal with the hierarchical nature of
biology.

   A DYNAMIC part given by a family of reaction systems. They
originated as models for processes instigated by the functioning of
living cells, and they address two important aspects of biology:
non-permanency of its entities and open system aspect of biological
units such as living cells.

In this setup the depository of static knowledge given by an extended
zoom structure is explored by computations/processes provided by
reaction systems, where this exploration can use/integrate knowledge
present on different levels (e.g., atomic, cellular, organisms,
species, .... levels).

Research topics in this framework are motivated by biological
considerations as well as by the need to understand the underlying
structure of knowledge as well as the structure of computations
exploring this knowledge. The models we discuss turned out to be novel
and attractive also from the theory of computation point of view.

The lectures are of interest to mathematicians and computer scientists
interested in formal models of computation and in modelling biological
processes as well as to bioinformaticians, biochemists, and biologists
interested in foundational/formal understanding of biological
processes. They are of a tutorial style and self-contained. In
particular, no prior knowledge of biochemistry or cell biology is
required.

The presented  framework was developed jointly with A. Ehrenfeucht
from University of Colorado at Boulder

Final Examination
Operating methods
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