# Systems-Theory-in-Systems-Biology

We model your intuition.

Systems Theory in Systems Biology

Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control (IST)

Pfaffenwaldring 9, 70569 Stuttgart

Repository of the Systems Theory in Systems Biology Group of the University of Stuttgart.

Head of Group is Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Nicole Radde.

Ph.D. researchers: Viviane Klingel, Vincent Wagner, Sebastian Höpfl

Our research focuses on the modeling and analysis of intracellular regulation processes. The ultimate goal is the development and application of mathematical methods to facilitate a better systemic understanding of these processes for particular subsystems and the organization of molecular regulation mechanisms in general. I.e. these methods try to catch the dynamics of the underlying system, the stochasticity of the process, population phenomens and capture the uncertainty in the model parameters and predictions.To achieve this goal our group works in close collaboration with partners from molecular and cellular biology and mathematics.

## news

Oct 4, 2023 | International Conference on Data-Integrated Simulation Science (SimTech2023) |
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Jan 16, 2023 | SRCSB: Dagmar Waltemath - Be FAIR! Ways to improve model reuse and interoperability in Systems Medicine |

Nov 7, 2015 | Workshop on Computational Models in Biology and Medicine 2023 |

## selected publications

- SiCaSMA: An Alternative Stochastic Description via Concatenation of Markov Processes for a Class of Catalytic Systems
*Mathematics*2021