Poster Session Overview

Information for poster presenters

On the day that your poster is scheduled, you should hang up your poster in the morning (at latest during coffee break) and take it down again in the evening after the last talks.

The poster boards will be numbered. Hang your poster on the board with the number assigned to your poster. Material to fasten your poster will be provided.

You are expected to be present at your poster for questions and discussion with other participants at the time assigned for `poster presentation'.

Wednesday June 30 1999

Session Number poster board Time of poster presentation Name Title
Networks, Cellular Signalling and Biological Rhythms
1 15:00-15:30 Dieter Barthel An age structured compartment model of the epidermis of the mouse
2 15:30-16:00 E.G. D'Ambrogio A Dipole Model of Active Cell Membrane Behavior
3 16:00-16:30 António Ferreira A model of the generation of Maillard modifications in proteins: an assessment of its importance in the determination of life span
4 15:00-15:30 Didier Gonze Theoretical models for circadian rhythms in Neurospora and Drosophila
5 15:30-16:00 Nicole Isermann Flux Identifiability Analysis of Metabolic Isotopomer Labeling Experiments
6 16:00-16:30 Joseph Raquepas Calcium Waves in Astrocytes
7 15:00-15:30 Angelique Stephanou Modelling cell migration through the local mechanical perturbation induced by the coupling with an extracellular gradient.
8 15:30-16:00 Tatiana Sukhomlin About routine quantitative analysis of experimental oscillatory data with large variability - from simple statistics to fitting.
Whole Heart Modeling
9 16:00-16:30 Grigori G. Amosov On the role of the aortal copper in the diastolic coronary blood flow
10 15:00-15:30 Levitan Jacob Multipole Description of Complex Systems Applied to Heart Rate Variability
Individual-Based Population Dynamics
11 15:30-16:00 Madhur Anand Temporal transience in a heathland plant community and its relation to space
12 16:00-16:30 Renaud Bauvin Tandem recruitment, herding behaviour and memory
13 15:00-15:30 David S. Boukal Lotka--Volterra type predator--prey models with optimal foraging behavior in patchy habitat
14 15:30-16:00 Bernd Brandt Biodegradation by microbial floccules
15 16:00-16:30 Paul P.F. Hanegraaf Multiple uptake and assimilation pathways and the macromolecular composition of microorganisms
16 15:00-15:30 Georgy Karev Population heterogeneity can be a reason of number outbreaks
17 15:30-16:00 Daniela Morale Modeling animal grouping: an interacting particle system
18 16:00-16:30 Beáta Oborny Competition of clonal plants for mosaic habitat space: cellular automata simulations
19 15:00-15:30 Sandrine Charles Adaptive density-dependent host behaviour against parasitism: effects on the basic transmission rate R0
20 15:30-16:00 Luis Sanz Time Scales in Stochastic Multiregional Models
21 16:00-16:30 Natalya Sapukhina Migration model of three-trophic-level community
22 15:00-15:30 Olga Smirnova Radiation and Individual-Based Population Dynamics
Medical and Physiological Modeling
23 15:30-16:00 Alvaro Luiz de Bortoli A Numerical Solution of the Flow Through the Carotid Artery Bifurcation
24 16:00-16:30 Rimantas Eidukevicius Mathematical Model of Tumor and Immune System Interaction
25 15:00-15:30 Alberto Gandolfi Tumour microarchitecture: Growth of tumour cords and occurrence of necrosis
26 15:30-16:00 Yuriy Gusev Segregation Errors, Chromosomal Instability and Evolution in Cancer: Mathematical Modeling and Biological Implications
27 16:00-16:30 Vincent Lemaire Oscillations in the Glucose-Insulin Regulatory system
28 15:00-15:30 Gabriele A. Losa The Morpho-Fractal Complexity of Cancer Cells
29 15:30-16:00 Emil Manoach A mathematical model of stress-induced adaptation of arteries adjacent to stents and artery/graft anastomoses
30 16:00-16:30 Peter Milanov Pharmacological agonism: mathematical model and explicite approximation of the efficacy and the affinity of agonists
31 15:00-15:30 Andrey A. Polezhaev Mathematical modelling of heterogeneous tumor growth: the problem of cell subpopulation domination
32 15:30-16:00 Ingo Roeder The stem cell property of primitive hemopoietic cells as a result of stroma binding/release kinetics: A novel single cell based stochastic model approach
33 16:00-16:30 S. Randall Thomas Net Osmole Production by Inner Medullary (IM) Glycolysis could contribute importantly to the Renal Concentrating Mechanism
34 15:00-15:30 Eberhard O. Voit Biochemically-Based Toxicodynamic Modeling and Its Implications for Responses to Low-Dose Chemical Exposure
35 15:30-16:00 Neli Dimitrova On a stabilizing control design for an anaerobic fermentation process
36 16:00-16:30 Xue-Wu Zhang Dynamics and stability analysis of the growth and astaxanthin production system of Haematococcus pluvialis
37 15:00-15:30 Thomas Faraut A model for the meiotic segregation of reciprocal translocations
38 15:30-16:00 Arthur L. Koch The Re-incarnation and Re-demise of the Transition Probability Model
39 16:00-16:30 Yuriy Chebrakov Operational Multivariate Data Analysis: Theory and Applications in Medicine
40 15:00-15:30 Vladimir Shmagin Robust Regression Data Analysis: Achievements, Failures and Prospects
41 15:30-16:00 James Anderson Funding Opportunities for Quantitative Approaches to Biomedical Problems
42 16:00-16:30 Javier Burgos Galois connections in biological systems
43 15:00-15:30 Stefan Reimann How does a sperm find an oozyte?
44 15:30-16:00 Guiseppe Schinaia Parameter sensitivity in linear compartmental model output
45 16:00-16:30 Hiromi Seno Mathematical Considerations on Persistence of Japanese Family Names: Effect of Sex-Biased Inheritance
46 15:00-15:30 Tomoyuki Yamamoto On the evolution in RNA world: the elongation and the assembly of sequences
47 15:30-16:00 M.J. Zeilmaker Mathematical modeling of A_h-receptor regulated P450 gene expression
48 16:00-16:30 Johannis C. van den Berg Sperm Whales seen through Wavelets
49 15:00-15:30 O. El idrissi Asymptotic behaviour of a semilinear age-structured population model with a dynamics for the resource
50 15:30-16:00 Dmitrii O. Logofet `Causal' Markov-chain models for vegetation dynamics: new perspectives of an old paradigm
51 16:00-16:30 Fathalla A. Rihan Sensitivity Analysis of Parameters in Modelling With Delay-Differential Equations
52 15:00-15:30 Onno Van Herwaarden Mean fixation and extinction times for an allele in a large finite population
53 15:30-16:00 Inada Yoshinobu Estimation of the stability of grouping motion of a fish school
54 16:00-16:30 C. Zwarts A parental sex-ratio distorter in parasitoid populations
55 15:00-15:30 Paul G. Doucet Parameter unicity in a class of nonlinear systems
56 15:30-16:00 Fabio Grizzi A Mathematical Method to identify the Lithium Therapeutic Dose
57 16:00-16:30 Petr Lansky Dose-solubility ratio and the mean dissolution time of drugs

Thursday July 1 1999

Session Number poster board Time of poster presentation Name Title
Classification Methodology
1 15:00-15:30 Lund Tatu Employing the EM-algorithm to Classification of Bacteria
Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
2 15:30-16:00 Marcos Amaku A method to estimate age-dependent transmission rates and its application to rubella
3 16:00-16:30 Juan Pablo Aparicio On the Fall and Rise of Tuberculosis
4 15:00-15:30 Kari Auranen Bayesian data augmentation for incompletely observed infection processes
5 15:30-16:00 Tamara Awerbuch The impact of a patchy environment on the spread of epidemics: A cellular automata model
6 16:00-16:30 Francisco Antonio Bezerra Coutinho Analysis of the age and time dependence of the force of infection in an epidemic model
7 15:00-15:30 Götz Gelbrich Immunity against Diphtheria: Gaining Information by Analyzing the Distribution of Antibody Concentration
8 15:30-16:00 Thomas Hagenaars Feed-borne transmission of BSE and case clustering
9 16:00-16:30 Ying-Hen Hsieh Modelling behavior change for the spread of HIV/AIDS in Thailand
10 15:00-15:30 Gesine Reinert Bounds on the distance to the mean-field limit for the GSE
11 15:30-16:00 Carla Rossi Estimating the Size of Problem Drug use Epidemic by Back-calculation Methods
12 16:00-16:30 Sabine Stöcker Kinetic Models in Mathematical Epidemiology
13 15:00-15:30 Claudio Struchiner Infection Rate Estimation from Repeated Seroprevalence Surveys
14 15:30-16:00 Laercio Luis Vendite Mathematical modelling for vertical transmission of HIV
15 16:00-16:30 Rita Maria Zorzenon dos Santos On the Dynamics of HIV Infection
16 15:00-15:30 Piebe de Vries Cellular Approach to Malaria Eco-epidemiological Risk Assessment (CAMERA)
17 15:30-16:00 O.G. van der Heijden A model-based evaluation of rubella vaccination in The Netherlands
Evolution, Game Theory and Adaptive Dynamics
18 16:00-16:30 Ungel Calsina ESS related to the equilibria of a evolutionary model for the distribution of individuals with respect to the maturation age
19 15:00-15:30 Keith Farnsworth Game theory predicts the mutual exclusion of two competing populations among two habitats
20 15:30-16:00 Eva Maria Griebeler A comparison of different methods estimating the effective population size
21 16:00-16:30 Olga Kirillova Ecosystem Evolution on the basis of processes of an interaction structure formation
22 15:00-15:30 Krisztián Mágori Modelling the ecology and evolution of integration strategies of clonal plants
23 15:30-16:00 Gerard Mulder Evolution of adaptive suicide in aphids
24 16:00-16:30 Kei-ichi Tainaka Patch dynamics and long-term response for Prisoner's Dilemma game
25 15:00-15:30 Eizaburo Tamaki Mathematical modeling and simulation about evolution from single-cellular to multi-cellular
26 15:30-16:00 Tom Van Dooren Evolutionary Dynamics with Overdominance for Phenotype
27 16:00-16:30 Andrea Waltzer Fish shoals and the Tragedy of the Commons
28 15:00-15:30 Cor Zonneveld Resource Competition in Phytoplankton: the Concept of Invasibility
Immunology and Within-Host Dynamics of Pathogens
29 15:30-16:00 Rob De Boer Non-generic correlations between steady states during HIV-1 clinical latency
30 16:00-16:30 Jean-Louis Golmard Influence of viral genetic variability on the variability of the VIH infection course: results obtained from a mathematical model
31 15:00-15:30 Steven Kleinstein A Stochastic Model of the Germinal Center Reaction
32 15:30-16:00 Hester Korthals Altes An HIV-1 nef dilemma: evade immune recognition or maintain full-function?
33 16:00-16:30 Marco Antonio Leonel Caetano Optimal Control Theory Applied to the Anti-Viral Treatment of AIDS
34 15:00-15:30 Avidan U. Neumann Target=Helper model of HIV Infection and Therapy Interruption Vaccination in Chronic AIDS Patients
35 15:30-16:00 Andre Noest Why are there so many independent germinal centers?
36 16:00-16:30 Sergey Rudnev Mathematical modeling of immune-inflammatory reaction in lungs. Parametrization of the rate constants of bacterial phagocytosis
37 15:00-15:30 Joao Sousa Serial Triggering of the T Cell Receptor: Requirement for a Cooperative Rate-Limited Step
38 15:30-16:00 Jeffrey Stewart Profile of a quasispecies: The selected mutational landscape of HIV and influenza
Pattern Formation and Morphogenesis
39 16:00-16:30 Benedetto Ballarò Chemical and mechanical waves on the cortex of fertilized egg cells. Application at the Ascidia eggs
40 15:00-15:30 Andrea Ciliberto Sea urchin embryo early development: a mathematical model
41 15:30-16:00 D.J. Gavaghan Some numerical methods ideally suited to the solution of partial differential equations arising in medicine and biology
42 16:00-16:30 Bai-Lian Li Self-Thinning Patterns Formation and Ecological Field Theory
43 15:00-15:30 Anotida Madzvamuse Numerical solution of reaction--diffusion equations on growing domains
44 15:30-16:00 Atsushi Mochizuki Mathematical modeling of the spatial pattern of cone photoreceptor cells on fish retina
45 16:00-16:30 Leiv Oyehaug A mathematical model of melanogenesis
46 15:00-15:30 Maartje Raijmakers Numerical bifurcation analysis of a shunting neural network
47 15:30-16:00 Joris Wiersinga Nutrient level and rate of depletion determine differences in pattern formation in E. coli and S. typhimurium
Sequencing, Folding and Molecular Structure
48 16:00-16:30 Waltraud Huyer A statistical approach to protein folding

Friday July 2 1999

Session Number poster board Time of poster presentation Name Title
Gene Networks
1 15:00-15:30 Vladimir Alenin Application of Petri Nets theory to modelling the response of yeast cell to amino acid starvation
2 15:30-16:00 Valeriu Damian-Iordache Towards reconstructing dynamical system models for gene expression networks from large-scale gene abundance time-series
3 16:00-16:30 Dirk Holste Genetic Connectivity for Regulatory Networks from Mutual Information
4 15:00-15:30 Thomas B. Kepler Normalization and analysis of DNA microarrays using local regression
5 15:30-16:00 Fedor A. Kolpakov The GeneNet database: formalized description and visualization of gene networks dynamics based on experimental data
6 16:00-16:30 Jean Peccoud Analysis of the genetic network controlling ColE1 plasmid replication using UltraSAN
7 15:00-15:30 Denis Thieffry The formation of segments in Drosophila melanogaster: a logical analysis
Metabolic Control Networks
8 15:30-16:00 Milya Galimova Simple model of NADH synthesis pathways in mitochondria respiring on glutamate and malate can show bell-shaped dependence of total NADH production rate on NAD concentration
9 16:00-16:30 Peter F. Huettner Correction Parameters In Functional Insulin Treatment
10 15:00-15:30 Hans V. Westerhoff Dynamic coherent intra-and intercellular signal transduction
Computational Neuroscience
11 15:30-16:00 Fabián Alvarez Dynamics of a delayed self-exciting single neuron model
12 16:00-16:30 Jens Christian Claussen Winner-relaxing and winner-enhancing Kohonen algorithms: magnification exponents and ordering
13 15:00-15:30 Hans-Joachim Kaup Error analysis of phase-based algorithms for disparity estimation
14 15:30-16:00 John E. Love Symbolic Modeling of Gravisensory Neural Systems
15 16:00-16:30 Mark Penney Modelling the bursting of mesolimbic dopamine neurons; requirement for external stimulus
16 15:00-15:30 Eli Ratner Evaluation of the Number of Agonist Molecules needed to activate a Ligand-Gated Channels from the Current Rising Phase
17 15:30-16:00 Stefan Reinker Resonance and Stochastic Resonance in Neuron Models
18 16:00-16:30 Charles E. Smith Sensitivity analysis in Neural Reversal Potential Models
19 15:00-15:30 Sybert Stroeve Stimulus Dependent Synchronization in Stochastic Neural Networks
20 15:30-16:00 Jean Vaillant Cox Processes and Random Walks. Application to Space Cell Activity
21 16:00-16:30 Jaap Van Pelt Modeling the natural variablity in the geometry of neuronal branching patterns
22 15:00-15:30 Herrad Werner A multi-layer 2D neural field model of dynamic remapping in eye movement control
Non-Linear Population Dynamics
23 15:30-16:00 Mohamed Benkherourou From Mechanical Characterization of Fibrin Gels To Quantification of Endothelial Cell Traction Forces
24 16:00-16:30 Faina Berezovskaya `Travelling waves' and `pulsing patterns' in population models with autotaxis
25 15:00-15:30 Carlos A. Braumann Conditions for population steady-states in random environments
26 15:30-16:00 Nikola Buric Time-delay effects in a minimal model of the immune response
27 16:00-16:30 Derik Castillo-Guajardo Effect of stage-structure on stability of host-parasitoid interactions
28 15:00-15:30 Michael Deakin A Generalised Multistage Logistic Population Model
29 15:30-16:00 Tiago Domingos A General Approach to the Modelling of Trophic Chains
30 16:00-16:30 Govorukhin Vasiliy One Model of Active Migrations: Qualitative Investigation
31 15:00-15:30 Michael Grinfeld Modelling IGP and GLP in age-structured populations
32 15:30-16:00 Heiser Fabrice A Predator-Prey in a Heterogeneous Environment
33 16:00-16:30 Barbara Hellriegel Factors influencing the complex dynamics and variable composition of mixed hybridogenetic populations
34 15:00-15:30 Adam Kleczkowski Plants competition in a changing environment
35 15:30-16:00 Ryusuke Kon The Effect of Evolution to Host-Parasite Systems
36 16:00-16:30 Abraham Korol Complex Dynamics Manifested by a Multilocus Genetic System upon Cyclical Selection
37 15:00-15:30 Nicholas Kositski Self-control of Proliferation-diferentiation Proceses in Cell Population Dynamics
38 15:30-16:00 Mayer Landau Transition rules between various coexisting equilibrium states in a cardiac Non Pacemaker cel
39 16:00-16:30 Pierre Magal Evaluation of the eel flux during the migration for the reproduction
40 15:00-15:30 Alexander B. Medvinsky Fish school walks and plankton patchiness as a result of plankton- fish interactions
41 15:30-16:00 Andrey Morgulis Wave phenomena in the model of a spatially active population.
42 16:00-16:30 Thorsten Mueller Analysis of non-linear dynamical systems: estimating parameters and model selection
43 15:00-15:30 Vikas Rai On the Determinstic Description of Population Dynamics
44 15:30-16:00 Akiko Satake A Globally Coupled Map Model for Synchronized Reproduction in Beech Forests -- Pollen-Coupling of Trees Creates Coherent Dynamics out of Chaos
45 16:00-16:30 Pekka Vainiomäki The Application of Ergodic Theory to Discrete Time Systems with Stochastic Perturbations
46 15:00-15:30 Andrew White Explaining the colour of power spectra in chaotic ecological models
47 15:30-16:00 Sergio Furtado dos Reis Dispersal on small spatial scales: Waves, neighborhoods of interaction and non-locality
Particle Based Modelling
48 16:00-16:30 James Bown Emergent behaviour and issues of scale in fungal community dynamics
49 15:00-15:30 Masahiro Doi Computer Simulation of a Microorganic Ecology as a Self-sustaining System of Complexity
50 15:30-16:00 Zoryana Grishina Simulation model of the proliferation of autocrine lymphoid cells in vitro: Development and Application
51 16:00-16:30 Günther Karigl Homology Searching and Interlocking of Chromosomes: A Cellular Automaton Model versus Computer Simulation
52 15:00-15:30 Ádám Kun Environmental heterogeneity and spatial competition in clonal populations - a cellular automata model
53 15:30-16:00 Stana Nikcevic Dynamical analyses of a large chain of semi-quantum molecules
54 16:00-16:30 Jan W. Winters Presentation of a new department: Theory of Complex Fluids, Delft University of Technology
Parasites and Diseases In Wildlife
55 15:00-15:30 Eduardo Massad Modelling Bat-Transmitted Rabies
56 15:30-16:00 Jean-Marc Naulin Vaccination and sterilization programs for rabies control in fox populations
57 16:00-16:30 Joanne Turner A Host-Pathogen Model with a Combination of Frequency-dependent and Density-dependent Transmission