Matematics, Phisics, Chemistry and Ecology
2 concept test (during the course and at the end of the course) and a final oral exam.
The course is aimed at the acquisition of knowledge on the fundamentals of ecological modelling.
Introduction to Non Equilibrium Thermodynamics. Linear and non linear systems. Stability analysis. Population Dynamics: Malthus model. Logistic Model. Harvesting a single natural populations. Allee effect. Prey-predator Models. Mutualism or Symbiosis. Discrete Population Models. Logistic Map and Chaos. Matrix population models.
Teaching materials in pdf file format.
G. Nicolis, Introduction to nonlinear science (1995) Cambridge University Press.
J.D. Murray Mathematical Biology (1993) Springer.
face to face by digital support in pdf format; Numerical problem resolutions.
Participation of students at different stages of proposed course will be stressed.
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