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Mathematical Modeling of Selection and Orientational Aggregation in Population Dynamics

Stevens, A (Heidelberg)
Thursday 09 September 2010, 10:00-11:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


During this talk equations of transport type for interacting cell populations will be discussed, where an additional parameter for the respective cell stage is taken into account. We are interested in the qualitative behavior of these models in the context of cell differentiation and aggregation, and will analyze under which conditions the system selects a finite number of cell stages from the continuum as long time behavior.

The talk summarizes joint works with K. Kang, B. Perthame, I. Primi, and J.J.L. Velazquez.


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