Monotone/Competitive dynamical systems, fall 2009
The course gives a brief introduction to the basic theory for monotone (cooperative) and
competitive dynamical systems, as well as their many applications to population dynamics
described by ODEs, DDEs and reaction-diffusion systems. This is an excellent opportunity
for advanced undergraduates and graduate students to get acquainted with an exciting
area, with a host of mathematically interesting and intrinsically hard problems and with
results also applicable to understand biological phenomena.
differential equations, linear algebra, fundamental functional analysis
7.-23.10. (3 weeks), Wednesday 12-14 in room B321, Friday 14-16 in room B322.
Registration at the first lecture or directly to the lecturer
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