Seminar “Viral infection spreading in cell culture”
Reaction-diffusion systems with time delay will be used to describe the propagation of viral infection in cell culture. Mathematical analysis of these models will be discussed. Comparison of modelling with the experiments will be presented.
Seminar “Biotransport Mechanisms in Adaptive Immunity (in English)”
Lymph nodes are immune information collection and transfer junctions, where immune cells are housed in sufficient numbers and varieties to develop effective immune responses. It is therefore the job of the lymphatic system to gather information, including free antigen, antigen presenting cells, cytokines and other immune cells/signals, from the periphery and deliver them to the node for further processing.
Seminar “Some methods of algebra and analysis in mathematical biology”
The report is intended to consider methods for studying algebraic equations and systems of nonlinear algebraic equations with many unknowns (including the method of elimination using the resultant, separation methods).
Seminar “Natural hazards in the South of Russia: events, observations and perspective tasks”
The presentation provides brief information: about the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, whose employees were direct witnesses of these events, conducted research on the spot; about each of the listed events; approaches to monitoring, hazards forecasting and risk assessment; tasks to be solved.
Seminar “Mathematical Modeling of Inflammatory Processes of Atherosclerosis”
Atherosclerosis is a chronic disease which involves the build up of cholesterol and fatty deposits within the inner lining of the artery. It is associated with a progressive thickening and hardening of the arterial wall that result in narrowing of the vessel lumen and restriction of blood flow to vital organs.