BIOE 446 - COMPUTATIONAL MODELING LAB
Long Title: COMPUTATIONAL MODELING LAB
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Laboratory
Credit Hours: 1
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Prerequisite(s): BIOE 391
Description: This course offers a hands-on application to systems biology modeling. Students will learn a range of modeling methods, and apply them directly in class to current bioengineering problems. Weekly tutorials will be offered, and a laptop is required (or can be loaned). Topics covered include in silico drug delivery and design studies, integrating multiscale models with high-resolution imaging, experimental design vial computer modeling, and patient-specific simulations. Modeling methods include protein-protein interaction networks, biocircuits, stochastic differential equations, agent-based modeling, computational fluid dynamics, and finite element modeling.