ACDC members Shane Kepley, Konstantin Mischaikow, and Bob Rink are organizing a workshop at the Lorentz Center in Leiden from 23 October to 27 October titled Computing combinatorial dynamics in high dimensional biological networks. You can read more about the meeting here.
This workshop will bring together groups of experts in the development and application of combinatorial network models. Combinatorial network models provide a representation of a dynamical system for which global dynamics can be efficiently computed and rigorously studied, even in high dimensions. These include Boolean, piecewise linear, switching, and coupled cell system models. These models have become increasingly popular in the study of network dynamical systems, gene regulation, and machine learning.
Below is a poster of the event.