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  • 2021-09-29

    Let's take math to heart. Entropy in cardiac research

    More than 11 million new cases of cardiovascular disease are reported annually in Europe. Also in Poland, these diseases constitute a large social problem and are the greatest threat to the health of the inhabitants of our country. One of the basic diagnostic tools in cardiology is an ECG - a non-invasive test that shows the bioelectric activity of the heart. It is the ECG records that provide...

  • 2021-03-18

    Mathematics for Neurobiology - Interdisciplinary Research at the Institute of Applied Mathematics

    A modern approach to modelling complex real phenomena often requires the use of tools from various fields of mathematics. It also happens that application-oriented problems lead to interesting mathematical questions.   Dr. Justyna Signerska-Rynkowska from the Division of Differential Equations and Applications of Mathematics conducts research in mathematical neurobiology. The research is,...

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