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Mathematical Modelling of Plants

Minisymposia at ECMTB 2011, 2014, 2016

ECMTB 2016, 11 - 15 July, Nottingham UK

The Physics of Plants

L. Dupuy, M. Ptashnyk
    Part A: Microscale modelling of plant growth
    Rosemary Dyson (University of Birmingham, UK)
    Multiscale Modelling of Plant Root Growth
    Joelle De Caluwe (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
    A molecular model of entrainment for the plant circadian clock
    Leah Band (University of Nottingham, UK)
    Multiscale modeling reveals how gibberellin regulates plant growth under stressed conditions
    Bandan Chakrabortty (Wageningen UR, Netherlands)
    The role of cell shape/geometry in controlling cortical microtubule (CMT) self-organisation on plant cell cortex
    Part B: Organisms and systems
    Mahmoud Fakih
    Development of a discrete element method to estimate the Force distributions probed by a growing root in a granular soil
    Bruno Moulia (INRIA, UMR PIAF, France)
    Modeling the driving of the active tropic motion of aerial plant organs
    Evelyne Kolb (PMMH, UMR, ESPCI ParisTech, France)
    Root growth inside a pore
    Wendy Silk (University of California at Davis, US)
    Curved and Twisted Biological Forms

ECMTB 2014, 15 - 19 June, Gothenburg Sweden

Plant modelling

A. Chavarria-Krauser, L. Dupuy, M. Ptashnyk
    Part I: New theories and approaches to model plant systems
    Christophe Godin (INRIA, France)
    Modeling the mechanical regulation of morphogenesis in plants
    Eva Deinum (FOM Institute, Netherland)
    Understanding the paradoxical effects of katanin microtuble severing on the self-organisation of the plant cortical array
    Brian Seguin (University of Dundee, UK)
    Modeling a Plant Cell Wall: interactions between mechanics and biochemistry
    Stan Maree (The John Innes Centre, UK)
    At the crossroads: how auxin biases positioning of asymmetric cell divisions in the root meristem
    Juliane Claus (Heidelberg University, Germany)
    Modeling of Zinc Uptake and Transport in Plant Roots
    Betina Greese (Lund University, Sweden)
    Computational Modelling of Planar Cell Polarity in the Arabidopsis Root Epidermis
    Betina Greese (Lund University, Sweden)
    Computational Modelling of Planar Cell Polarity in the Arabidopsis Root Epidermis
    Henrik Jo╠łnsson (Lund University / The Sainsbury Lab, Sweden / UK)
    Understanding plant shoot development - a Computational Morphodynamics approach
    Part II: From bio-imaging to analysis and modelling
    Richard Smith (Max Planck Institute, Germany)
    The effect of geometry on morphogenesis in the Arabidopsis embryo
    Dimitris Kalogiros (The James Hutton Institute /University of Dundee, UK)
    Density-based approaches to interface models and data in root biology
    Sam Keyes (University of Southampton, UK)
    Image-based plant phosphate uptake modelling: a case study for root hairs using synchrotron X-ray CT imaging
    Part III: Models of interactions with the environments
    Claude Doussan (INRA, France)
    Soil-Root Interactions: Observations and modeling with a specific focus on water uptake
    Yves Dumont (CIRAD, France)
    Modelling Root Growth with PDE, The C-root model
    Ansgar Bohmann (Heidelberg University, Germany)
    Coupling biochemical models to physics of transport in leaf physiology

ECMTB 2011, June 28 - July 2, Krakow Poland

Plants, growth and transport processes

A. Chavarria-Krauser, M. Ptashnyk
    Mariya Ptashnyk (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
    Transport of metal and water in plant roots: Modelling and Analysis
    Wilfried Konrad (University of Tuebingen, German)
    Dynamics of plant water transport derived from applying an optimisation scheme to Soil-Plant-Atmosphere-Continuum
    Anita Roth-Nebelsick (State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart, Germany)
    Plant gas exchange: Theoretical considerations on the level of single stomata
    Roland Pieruschka (Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany)
    The interaction of leaves with the environment
    Konstantinos Zygalakis (University of Oxford, UK)
    A dual porosity model for the uptake of nutrients by root hairs
    Vitaly Volpert (CNRS, University Lyon 1, France)
    Nonlinear dynamics of plant growth
    Leah Band (University of Nottingham, UK)
    Modelling hormone-regulated plant root growth
    Rosemary Dyson (University of Birmingham, UK)
    The mechanics of plant root growth
    Robert Nolet (VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    Existence of solutions for the diffusive VSC model
    Andres Chavarria-Krauser (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
    A model of plasma membrane flow and cytosis regulation in growing pollen tubes