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Current participants:
Current participants:
* {{Mary Dunlop}}
* Dionysios Barmpoutis
* {{Elisa Franco}}
* {{Elisa Franco}}
* Ben Prindle
* {{Ophelia Venturelli}}
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Previous participants:
Previous participants:
* {{Mary Dunlop}}
* Per-Ola Forsberg
* Per-Ola Forsberg
* Roman Galeev
* Roman Galeev
* {{Henrik Sandberg}}
* {{Henrik Sandberg}}
* {{Johan Ugander}}
* {{Johan Ugander}}
* Kevin Welch
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Revision as of 01:05, 2 January 2009

This is a joint project with John Doyle, funded by the ARO Institute for Collaborative Biotechnology. This page primarily describes the work done in Richard Murray's group.

Current participants:

  • Dionysios Barmpoutis
  • Elisa Franco (PhD student, CDS)
  • Ben Prindle
  • Ophelia Venturelli (PhD student, BMB)

Previous participants:

Objectives

We are developing a theoretical foundation for a network science relevant to the understanding and design of complex "systems of systems" typified by biological networks. We are particularly focusing on the organizational principles underlying their ``robust yet fragile aspects, scalability, and evolvability, and demonstrating progress with case studies of varying detail using familiar and concrete examples from biological networks and network-centric technologies. Biological examples will focus on intracellular regulatory networks and intercellular communication.

Publications

  • E. Franco, P. O. Forsberg and R. M. Murray. "Design, modeling and synthesis of an in vitro transcription rate regulatory circuit" Submitted to American Control Conference 2008.
  • M. J. Dunlop, E. Franco, R. M. Murray. "A Multi-Model Approach to Identification of Biosynthetic Pathways." In Proceedings of the 26th American Control Conference 2007.
  • J. Ugander, M. J. Dunlop, R. M. Murray. "Analysis of a Digital Clock for Molecular Computing." In Proceedings of the 26th American Control Conference 2007.

Miscellaneous