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Dr Zoltan Neufeld

ARC Future Fellow

1998-2002 University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, UK
2003-2004 Los Alamos National Laboratory, Center for Nonlinear Studies, USA
2005-2011 University College Dublin, Department of Mathematics, Ireland
from 2012 University of Queensland, School of Mathematics and Physics

Located in Building 69 - Room 710
Phone: 51349
PhD Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary, BSc Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Transylvania

Available Projects

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SRS-24/17 Mathematical/computational modelling of tissue morphology and tumour growth

Suitable for:  Second/Third year students with background in mathematics, physics, engineering who are interested in the applications of mathematical models and computer simulation into cell biology and medicine (previous background in biology is not required).

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Summer Project
Modelling the growth and treatment of brain tumours

The research project will develop a biologically realistic mathematical model and computer simulations of the growth of glioblastoma brain...

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Mathematical and computational modelling of biological tissues: mechanical properties and morphogenesis

This project will investigate the role of mechanical interactions between cells in determining the structure,  morphology of different types of biological tissues. The project will use mathematical models, based on partial differential equations and/or stochastic models of interacting...

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Masters Project
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Mathematical modelling of epidermal self-renewal and radiation induced cancer progression

The aim of this project is to understand the hierarchy and relative contributions of different stem cell populations to epidermal homeostasis and develop a comprehensive computational model that accurately describes the hierarchy and spatial/temporal organization of tissue self-renewal. This...

PhD Project
Masters Project
Honours Project
Summer Project