Physics and Astronomy - Course Details


PHYS570J — Spring 2015

PHYS570J: Biophysics II (PAST/FUTURE SEMESTER)

Offering:

Summer, Fall, Spring

Prerequisites:

View Additional Prerequisities

Description:

Biological systems present a complex environment with many interrelated parts. In this course we will apply quantitative physical models to biological materials and cellular circuits. The course will be generally divided in two sections: 1) molecular and cellular mechanics and 2) regulation and noise in systems biology. The course will draw concepts from statistical mechanics, continuum mechanics, dynamical systems, and stochastic processes to describe cell function.

Instructor(s):

Mugler, Andrew

Email:

amugler@purdue.edu

Textbook(s) for Spring 2015
Title Author Edition ISBN Publisher Req/Opt Notes
An Introduction to Systems Biology Uri Alon 1st 978-1584886426 Chapman and Hall/CRC Required
Mechanics of the Cell David Boal 2nd edition 978-0521130691 Cambridge University Press Required

Course Admin
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016 3:42 PM