Friday, November 17, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Yosemite A (Hilton San Francisco)
#679 - Systems Engineering Approaches in Biology I (10C03)
Contributions to this session are sought that address recent advances and challenges in the application of system engineering approaches to problems of a biological nature. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the use of engineering tools to address problems such as the analysis of metabolic networks, mathematical analysis and simulation of biological processes, systems approaches in intracellular processes, analysis of signal transduction pathways, modeling of drug delivery systems using engineering approaches, and linear and nonlinear analysis of dynamic biosystems. We strongly encourage submissions that combine both experimental and computational approaches. Both fundamental and applied contributions are welcome.
Chair:Wei-Yin Chen
CoChair:Rajanikanth Vadigepalli
12:30 PMA Novel Optimization-Based Clustering Approach and Prediction of Optimal Number of Clusters: Global Optimum Search with Enhanced Positioning (EP_GOS_Clust)
Meng Piao Tan, James R. Broach, Christodoulos A. Floudas
12:55 PMModel Predictive Discrimination Approach for Classification of Process and Biological Data
Raghuraj K. Rao, Lakshminarayanan Samavedham
1:20 PMA Bi-Level Optimisation Approach for the Productivity and the Thermodynamic Performance in Metabolic Systems
Mian Xu, Robin Smith, Jhuma Sadhukhan
1:45 PMMetabolic Flux Elucidation for Genome-Scale Models Using 13C Labeled Isotopes
Patrick F. Suthers, Anthony Burgard, Madhukar S. Dasika, Farnaz Nowroozi, Stephen Van Dien, Jay D. Keasling, Costas D. Maranas
2:10 PMIdentifying the Interacting Residues of a Protein Using Machine Learning: a Case-Study on Fluorescent Proteins
Anshul Dubey, Bernard Loo, Jay H. Lee, Matthew J. Realff, Andreas S. Bommarius
2:35 PMStructured Singular Value Analysis of the Fas Apoptosis Pathway
Jason E. Shoemaker, Francis J. Doyle III

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