Agent-Directed Simulation

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Last Updated: 2004-09-10

Site Maintained by:
Levent Yilmaz
Auburn Modeling and Simulation Laboratory of the M&SNet
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
Auburn University


Computational Biology:
  • The Physiome Project aims to develop, collect, preserve, and disseminate information and integrated understandings of functional biological systems. Going beyond experimentation and observation, the key elements of the Project are the databasing of physiological, pharmacological, and pathological information on humans and other organisms and integration through computational modeling.
  • The long-term goal of the Silicon Cell (SiC) Consortium is the computation of Life at the cellular level on the basis of the complete genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic and cell-physiomic information that will become available in the forthcoming years. Completing this ambition will take more than a decade. This application concentrates on three major challenges, i.e. networks, space and time, and deals with systematic handling of the relevant data and results.
  • E-Cell Project is an international research project aiming to model and reconstruct biological phenomena in silico, and developing necessary theoretical supports, technologies and software platforms to allow precise whole cell simulation