Thursday, November 20, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Room 203-B (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis (10d)

#602 - Mathematical and Computational Biosystems Engineering I (10D04)
Papers are sought that use computational and mathematical tools to address problems in the areas of biomedicine and biotechnology. Proposals to present need not include experimental data, but application-oriented studies are preferred to strictly theoretical work. Scales of interest may range from the intracellular to the organismal. Example topics include, but are not limited to, drug delivery design or refinement, models of biological processes at one or more scales, mathematical descriptions of biomimetic devices, and analysis or optimization of bioprocess systems in open- or closed-loop.
Chair:Jeff Heys
CoChair:Ileana C. Carpen
CoSponsor(s):Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15d)
8:30 AMBacterial Aerosol Neutralization by Shock Waves Using a Novel Impactor: Design, Computation and Experiments
Patrick R. Sislian, Lutz Madler, David Pham, Mingheng Li, Xinyu Zhangh, Panagiotis D. Christofides
8:50 AMPrediction of the Focal Sites of Tissue Injury Caused by Reactive Gas Uptake In the Respiratory Tract
Banafsheh Keshavarzi, James Ultman, Ali Borhan
9:10 AMEulerian Particle Tracking in Bifurcating Biofluids
Clinton W. Wininger, Jeffrey Heys
9:30 AMRheology of Adult Stem Cells and Modelling of Flow Induced Deformation
Alexandre J.S. Ribeiro, Ender A. Finol, Kris Noel Dahl
9:50 AMDynamics and Bifurcation Analysis of the Heat-Shock Response In Eukaryotic Cells
Dimitrios I. Gerogiorgis
10:10 AMQuantitative Structure-Property Relationship Modeling of Skin Irritation
S. Golla, K. Yerramsetty, B. J. Neely, S. V. Madihally, R. L. Robinson Jr., K. a. M. Gasem
10:30 AMMultisite Phosphorylation: An Ultrasensitive Mechanism for Protein Degradation
S. Marjan Varedi K., Xiaoxia (Nina) Lin

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