Modèles mathématiques et organisation de la matière vivante


Date(s) : 28/03/2022 - 01/04/2022   iCal
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Mathematical Modeling of Organization in Living Matter
Modèles mathématiques et organisation de la matière vivante

28 March – 1st April 2022

Scientific Committee
Comité scientifique

Florence Hubert (Aix-Marseille Université)
Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (Pennsylvania State University)
Anna Marciniak-Czochra (University of Heidelberg)

Organizing Committee
Comité d’organisation

Luis Almeida (CNRS – Sorbonne Université)
Vincent Calvez (CNRS – Université Lyon 1)
Marie Doumic (INRIA Paris)
Benoît Perthame (Sorbonne Université)
Patricia Reynaud-Bouret (CNRS – Université Côte d’Azur)

This school aims to conclude the IHP trimester ‘Mathematical modeling of organization in living matter’ held during the first trimester 2022 which will cover various aspects of mathematical biology.
Within this trimester three specialized workshops will be organized:
1. Mathematical models in ecology and evolution (V. Calvez, Lyon),
2. Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Analysis in Neuroscience (P. Reynaud-Bouret, Nice),
3. Mathematics of tissue and tumor growth (L. Almeida et B. Perthame, Paris).

The aim of this final school is to gather representatives of these three communities and present, in a non-specialized way, the main conclusions of the semester. Being given the recent events, we propose to include a new theme on epidemic spread.


The four courses will be on subjects related to the themes:

Cell motion, mechanics of living tissues and tumor growth: Luigi Preziosi (Polytechnic of Turin)
Ecology and Evolution: Vincent Calvez (CNRS – Université Lyon 1) and Tâm Mignot (LCB Marseille)
Neuroscience: Alex Roxin (CRM Barcelona)  Notes on Meanfield Models for Spiking NetworksExercises  – solutionsLINresponse
Epidemic spread: Lionel Roques (INRAE Avignon) and Raphaël Forien (INRAE Avignon)

Wednesday morning will be devoted to biomedical aspects for oncology


François Hamel (Aix-Marseille Université)  Spreading speeds and asymptotic symmetry in reaction-diffusion equations
Thomas Lecuit (Collège de France)   How is biological shape encoded?
Magali Ribot (Université d’Orléans) Models from mixture theory for biofilm growth


Giulia Chiari (Polytechnic Torino University) A mathematical study of the impact of hypoxia on cancer development and radiotherapy effectiveness
Noemi David (Sorbonne Université)  On the incompressible limit for tumor growth models
Zineb Kaid (Abou Bekr Belkaid University of Tlemcen)   Dynamic of tumor growth and of the immune response
Léo Meyer (Université d’Orléans)    Modelling adipose cells distribution
Mathieu Mezache (Inrae)  Tumorigenesis and axons regulation for the pancreatic cancer: a mathematical approach
Jørgen Riseth (Simula Research Laboratory)   Multi-Compartmental Model for Solute Transport in the Murine Brain
Jakub Skrzeczkowski (University of Warsaw)  Fast reaction limit with nonmonotone reaction function
Chiara Villa (University of St Andrews)  Mechanical pattern formation in biological tissue: relax and go with the (viscous) flow



CIRM, Luminy


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