Understanding the dynamic nature of biological systems and basic rehabilitation of structures that determine their behaviour. Ability to represent mathematical equations of certain behaviours of biological systems and analyze how they influence their characteristic parameters. Skills for the representation of more complex behaviours of biological systems, such as aggregation of basic behaviours. Ability to detect and simulate the behaviour of some biological systems self-regulation. Understanding the Fundamentals of certain biological processes controlled, the techniques used and their applications. Skill in the operation of a modelling and simulation environment based on dynamic systems.
Material available on-line
Alon, U., An Introduction to Systems Biology: Design principles of biological circuits, Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2007.
Astrom, K. J. y Murray, R. M., Feedback Systems: An introduction for Scientists and Engineers, Princeton University Press, 2008.
Murray, J. D., Mathematical Biology. I: An Introduction, Third Edition. Springer-Verlag. New York, 2002.