Anna Simone Frank starts as PhD student in PharmaSafe

Anna Simone Frank starts as PhD student in PharmaSafe September 1st. ​Welcome!​​

This is how she presents herself.

Anna Simone Frank

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I graduated in the summer of 2016 with a MSc degree in mathematics from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. I also hold a BSc in mathematics from TUM.

In most dynamical systems, feedbacks occur when outputs of the system are routed back as inputs, and form part of a chain of cause-and-effect loop. My MSc thesis involved modeling a feedback loop system using a system of Delay-Differential-Equations (DDEs), with specific application to a theoretical marine population. The thesis examined the role of time-delays in the predator-prey relationship. Numerical experiments were conducted to study the combined effect of different functional representations of the prey, and time delays, on the system stability and predictability. Finally, I studied how sudden (birth- and/or harvest-) impulses constrain the dynamical system characteristics, such as trajectories in phase-space. Visit my private homepage for details.

I am looking forward to becoming a member of PharmaSafe-group and particularly, to research in a new field.

Published Aug. 8, 2016 2:10 PM - Last modified July 4, 2017 1:16 PM