This course unit has been developed from the version taught in previous years by Dr Mark Muldoon. If you have any questions about the course, feel free to contact me by email or find me in ATB 1.205a during my office hour (12pm Fridays).
Once you've successfully completed this module you should be able to:
The first half of the course will cover classical topics in mathematical biology, following sections of Jim Murray's famous text, Mathematical Biology I: An Introduction. This book is available online from within the University's network. For offcampus access, you can install software that will allow you to use all the Library's services via the University's Virtual Private Network (VPN).
The notes below outline topics discussed in more depth in lectures.
The main channel for formal, written feedback in this module is the coursework. It will be a problem set similar to the ones provided on this page, but devoted to a specific application that uses the ideas from the course. Written solutions will be marked and scripts returned, providing both written comments and a mark. In addition, the weekly examples classes provide further opportunities for verbal feedback and, for students who bring written solutions to the exercises, onthespot marking and written feedback as well.
The coursework will be due at 3:00 PM on Friday, 22 March 2019. Please hand it in at Reception. The coursework contributes 20% to your final mark for the module and will be marked out of 20. Scripts and marks will be returned by Friday 12 April.
Watch here for a brief summary of and response to the Week 3 questionnaires
Coursework

Exams

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