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'''[[SURF 2020|2020 SURF]] project description'''
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'''[[SURF 2020|SURF 2020]] project description'''
 
* Mentor: Richard Murray
 
* Mentor: Richard Murray
 
* Co-mentor: Ayush Pandey
 
* Co-mentor: Ayush Pandey
  
  
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[[File:SynBioModelingPipeline.jpg]]
  
Research directions for a SURF project include:
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Research directions for the SURF project include:
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* Modeling of cell-free systems
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* System identification by parts, global sensitivity analysis, model decomposition, reduced models
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* Using extract and tx-tl data
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We are interested in both theoretical and computational directions for this project.  
 
We are interested in both theoretical and computational directions for this project.  
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'''References:'''
 
'''References:'''
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# Tuza, Zoltan A., et al. "An in silico modeling toolbox for rapid prototyping of circuits in a biomolecular “breadboard” system." 52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. IEEE, 2013. [[An In Silico Modeling Toolbox for Rapid Prototyping of Circuits in a Biomolecular “Breadboard” System| Link]]
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# Bioscrape
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# BioCRNpyler
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# Sub-SBML
 
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Revision as of 06:06, 11 December 2019

SURF 2020 project description

  • Mentor: Richard Murray
  • Co-mentor: Ayush Pandey


SynBioModelingPipeline.jpg

Research directions for the SURF project include:

  • Modeling of cell-free systems
  • System identification by parts, global sensitivity analysis, model decomposition, reduced models
  • Using extract and tx-tl data

We are interested in both theoretical and computational directions for this project.


References:

  1. Tuza, Zoltan A., et al. "An in silico modeling toolbox for rapid prototyping of circuits in a biomolecular “breadboard” system." 52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. IEEE, 2013. Link
  2. Bioscrape
  3. BioCRNpyler
  4. Sub-SBML