Random network models with applications in biology [ 2012 - 2014 ]

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Researchers Prof Andrew David Barbour; Dr Malwina Joanna Luczak; Prof Konstantin Borovkov; A/Prof Gesine Dorothea Reinert; Prof Philip Keith Pollett; Prof Alexander Novikov; A/Prof Aihua Xia

Brief description Complex biological systems consist of a large number of interacting agents or components, and so can be studied using mathematical random network models. We aim to gain deeper insights into the laws emerging as the random networks evolve in time. This can help us to deal with dangerous disease epidemics and better understand the human brain.

Funding Amount $300,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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