Formális reakciókinetikai szeminárium

Formális reakciókinetikai szeminárium

2024-04-02: Dimitri Loutchko (Univ. of Tokyo): Cramer-Rao bound and absolute sensitivity in chemical reaction networks

2024-03-26: Murad Banaji (MI of Univ. Oxford): The inheritance of local bifurcations in mass action networks

2024-03-19: Jiaxin Jin: The Dimension of the R-Disguised Toric Locus of a Reaction Network

2024-03-05: Bo Huang: Using Symbolic Computation to Analyze Zero-Hopf Bifurcations of Polynomial Differential Systems

2024-02-27: Szederkényi Gábor: Modeling traffic flows with reaction networks

2024-02-20: M Senturk and O. O.  Aybar: Implementation of a triangular probabilistic distribution for optimal parametrization of the SEIR model recovery rates with delay

2024-02-13: Nicolette Meshkat: Identifiability and Indistinguishability of Linear Compartmental Models

2024-02-06: Josef Hofbauer: Mass action systems with many limit cycles


2023-12-12: Hirokazu Komatsu (National Institute of Technology, Toyota College): Stability analysis for single linkage class chemical reaction networks with distributed time delays

2023-12-05: Carsten Wiuf (University of Copenhagen):  Complex balanced distributions for chemical reaction networks

2023.11.28: Orhan Ozgur Aybar (Piri Reis University): Biochemical models of SIR and SIRS: Effects of bilinear incidence rate on infection-free and endemic states

2023.11.21: Diego Rojas La Luz (Wisconsin): Unveiling Surprising Connections Between the Classical Theory of Reaction Networks and Generalized Lotka-Volterra Systems

2023.11.14: Polly Yu (Harvard): A Spatiotemporal Model of GPCR-G protein Interactions 

2023.11.07: Murad Banaji (Middlesex Univ.), Balázs Boros (Univ. of Vienna), Josef Hofbauer (Univ. of Vienna): Oscillations in three-reaction quadratic mass-action systems

2023.10.31: Enrico Bibbona, Daniele Cappelletti, Paola Siri, Elena Sabbioni, Rebeka SZABÓ, Gábor Lente: Final nanoparticle size distribution under unusual parameter regimes

2023.10.24: Hideyuki MIYAHARA (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, 060-0814, Japan): Information geometric bound on general chemical reaction networks

2023.10.17: Carsten Conradi (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft, Germany) and Maya Mincheva (Department of Mathematical Sciences, Northern Illinois University): In distributive phosphorylation catalytic constants enable non-trivial dynamics

2023.10.10: Tomislav Plesa (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge):  Integral feedback in synthetic biology: Negative-equilibrium catastrophe

2023.10.03: Vághy Mihály, Szederkényi Gábor (PPKE): Szederkényi Gábor (PPKE): Exogenous population-level control of gene regulatory networks

2023.09.26: Mirco Tribastone and Max Tschaikowski (IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy), Luca Cardelli (University of Oxford)Formal Lumping of Polynomial Differential Equations through Approximate Equivalences

2023.05.09: Bryan Fernandez (University of the Philippines, Diliman): A framework for deriving analytic steady states of biochemical reaction networks.

2023.05.02: Mustafa Khammash: Theory and Design of Biomolecular Integral Feedback Controllers

2023.04.25: Polly Yu: Global stability of perturbed complex-balanced systems

2023.04.18: M. Vághy (Pázmány Péter Catholic Univ., Budapest): Kinetic discretization of the multidimensional PIDE model of gene regulatory networks

2023.04.11: Giulia Giordano (Trento):  Structural stability of biochemical reaction networks

2023.04.04: Maya Mincheva (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb IL): Reaction networks with time delays

2023.03.21:  B. Joshi, N Kaihnsa, TD Nguyen, A. Shiu: (California State University, San Marcos, University of Copenhagen, Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University) Prevalence of multistationarity and absolute concentration robustness in reaction networks

2023.03.14: Chuang Xu (Hawaii) Structural classification of continuous-time Markov chains with applications

2023.03.07: Carsten Wiuf (Univ. of Copenhagen): Molecular Machines and the EM algorithm

2023.02.28: Carsten Conradi  (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin): Multistationarity in the Space of Total Concentrations for Systems that Admit a Monomial Parametrization

2023.02.21: Josef Hofbauer (Middlesex Univ., London, Vienna Univ., Vienna Univ.): The smallest bimolecular mass-action system with a vertical Andronov-Hopf bifurcation

2023.02.14: Radek Erban (Univ. of Oxford): Chemical reaction networks: systematic design, noise control, and limit cycles 


2022.12.13: Mihály Vághy, Gábor Szederkényi  (Pázmány P. Catholic Univ., Budapest): Lyapunov stability of generalized ribosome flow models

2022.12.06: Daniel Lichtblau (Wolfram Research): Estimating genomic periodicities

2022.11.29: Polly Yu (NSF-Simons Center for Mathematical and Statistical Analysis of Biology, Harvard University): Weakly reversible and deficiency zero realizations: Structural characterization and uniqueness

2022.11.22: Abhishek Deshpande (IIIT-Hyderabad): Source-only realizations, weakly reversible deficiency one networks, and dynamical equivalence

2022.11.15: Telek Máté László (Copenhagen Univ.): (Dis)connectivity of the parameter region of multistationarity in reaction networks

2022.11.08:Casian Pantea (West Virginia University): Multistationarity of mass action networks with one-dimensional stoichiometric subspace

2022.11.01: M. A. Al-Radhawi (Northeastern University, Boston, MA): A computational framework for a Lyapunov-enabled analysis of biochemical reaction networks

2022.10.25: V. Gáspár (ELTE), J. Tóth (BME): Reaction extent

2022.10.18: Boldog Péter (Szeged, Hungary, Bolyai Inst.): Exact lattice-based stochastic cell culture simulation algorithms incorporating spontaneous and contact-dependent reactions

2022.09.20-27.: Murad Banaji, Balázs Boros: The smallest bimolecular mass-action reaction networks admitting Andronov-Hopf bifurcation

2022.09.13.: ​Xiaoxian Tang, K Wang: Hopf Bifurcations of Reaction Networks with Zero-One Stoichiometric Coefficients

2022.05.31.: Daniele Cappelletti (Politecnico di Torino): Stochastic reaction networks in stochastic environment

2022.05.10.: Gheorghe Craciun (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Autocatalytic recombination systems: A reaction network perspective

2022.05.03.: Polly Yu (Harvard): Complex-balanced systems in disguise

2022.04.26.: Miruna-Stefana Sorea (SISSA, Trieste, Italy, and Research Center for Mathematics and its Applications at Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu, Romania): Disguised Toric Dynamical Systems

2022.04.12.: Gheorghe Craciun (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Graphical sufficient conditions on multistationarity of open mass-action networks

2022.04.05.: Casian Pantea (West Virginia Univ.): Kinetic discretization of one-dimensional nonlocal flow models

2022.03.29.: Vághy Mihály András (Pázmány Péter Catholic University): Analyzing Steady States of Mass Action Systems through Network Splitting

2022.03.22.: Matthew Johnston (Lawrence Technological University): Lyapunov Functions and Limit Cycles in Some Biochemical Models

2022.03.08.: Valery Romanovsky (Univ. Maribor): Which enlargements of a reaction network preserve its capacity for nontrivial behaviors?

2022.03.01.: Murad Banaji (Middlesex University London): Deterministic approximation for the nucleation growth type model of nanoparticle formation: comparison with stochastic results

2022.02.22.: Szabó Rebeka (PTE): Deterministic approximation for the nucleation growth type model of nanoparticle formation: comparison with stochastic results (FRK)

2022.02.15.: Polcz Péter (PPKE): Computational analysis of nonlinear uncertain systems (FRK)

2022.02.08.: Josef Hofbauer: Limit cycles in three species biomolecular competitive mass-action systems (FRK)

2022.01.25.: Boros Balázs: Limit cycles in mass-preserving three species mass-action systems (FRK)

2022.01.11.: Gábor Szederkényi: Persistence and stability of kinetic compartmental models with bounded capacities​ (FRK)


2021.06.03.: Nagy Tibor: Investigating novel strategies for parameter optimization on a methanol/NOx combustion mechanism (FRK)

2021.05.20.: Vajda Sándor (Boston Univ.): The N34S mutation of SPINK1 may impact the kinetics of trypsinogen activation to cause early trypsin release in the pancreas (FRK) 

2021.05.13.: Valery Romanovsky (CAMTP - Univ. Maribor): Qualitative Studies of Some Biochemical Models (FRK)

2021.05.06.: Michael Freitas Gustavo (Center of Molecular Modeling, Ghent University): Reparameterization of Computational Chemistry Force Fields Using Globally Managed Parallel Optimization  (FRK)

2021.04.29.: Drexler Dániel (ÓE): Application of model-based therapy generation in cancer research (FRK)

2021.04.22.: Koncz Viktória (Dept. Phys. BUTE): Adaptive moving mesh algorithm based on local reaction rate (FRK)

2021.04.15.: Vajda Sándor (Boston Univ.): The N34S mutation of SPINK1 may impact the kinetics of trypsinogen activation to cause early trypsin release in the pancreas (FRK)

2021.03.18.: Lente Gábor (PTE): Kinetikai görbék és a Taylor-tétel (FRK)

2021.03.11.: Nagy Tibor (ELKH Anyag- és Környezetkémiai Intézet): Cikkismertetés "Gheorghe CraciunJiaxin JinPolly Y. Yu:  Uniqueness of weakly reversible and deficiency zero realization." , azaz: Gyengén reverzibilis és nulla deficienciájú reakcióhálózatok egyértelműsége (FRK

2021.03.04.: Boros Balázs (Vienna Univ.): Dynamics of planar deficiency-one mass-action systems (FRK)

2021.02.25.: Szabó Rebeka: Nanorészecske-képződési kinetika szimbolikus determinisztikus és szimulációs sztochasztikus leírása (FRK)

2021.02.18.: Csányi Gábor: Machine learning in chemical reaction space (FRK)

2021.02.11.: Tóth János: Neuronhálózatok implementálása reakciókkal (FRK)

2021.02.04.: Szederkényi Gábor: Nonlinear model predictive control with logic constraints for COVID-19 management (FRK)


2019.09.19.: Vilmos Gáspár: KenFest - Symposium in Honor of Kenneth Showalter (Morgantown, WV, May 17, 2019)Tóth János: Mass conservation; decomposition of overall reactions, strictly positive concentrations (FRK)

2019.05.02.: Stevan Maćešić (Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, University of Szeged and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physical Chemistry): Stoichiometric Network Analysis as tool for stability analysis of the models of complex reaction systems (FRK)

2019.05.02.: Michael Gustavo (BUTE): A case study on the kinetic modelling of an enzyme catalysed kinetic resolution and each models' predictability (FRK)

2019.04.25.: Gáspár Vilmos, Dynamical "quorum sensing" in a complex electrochemical system (FRK)

2019.04.25.: Gábor Szederkényi, co-authors: Mihály Vághy, Gergely Szlobodnyik, Reaction network realization of nonnegative delayed dynamical models (FRK)

2019.04.23.: Lente Gábor, Nucleation-growth type kinetic models of nanoparticle formation: ordinary and partial differential equations (FRK)

2019.04.11.: Tibor Nagy, János Tóth, Tamás Ladics, Automatic kinetic model selection based on concentration vs. time curves (FRK)

Horváth Dezső, Pótári Gábor, Tóth Ágota (Szegedi Tudományegyetem): Precipitation patterns driven by a gravity current (FRK)
Árendás Péter (ELTE TTK): Theory of spectroscopic networks (FRK)

2019.03.07.: Fábri Csaba: Application of quantum-graph theory to the quantum mechanics of extremely floppy molecules (FRK)

2019.02.28.: Szlobodnyik Gergely, Szederkényi Gábor: Reachability analysis of discrete state reaction networks with conservation laws (FRK)


2018.11.13.: Karsai János: The impact of vaccination on the spread of varicella in Hungary (FRK, MMA)

2018.10.09.: Gáspár Vilmos: Delayed Feedback Induced Multirhythmicity - Experiments and Models (FRK)


A korábbi előadások ebben a fájlban (a 2018-as előadások), ill. a szemináriumok szervezőjének honlapján találhatók, a prezentációk elérhetők itt.