Mathematical models in biology
Lecture: 
Tuesdays, 10am  12pm, room M4 
Lecturer: 

Assistance: 

QISPOS: 
The course in the course catalogue 
Course syllabus: 
The purpose of this course, which will be held in English, is to give an introduction of some fundamental stochastic models and processes in Mathematical Biology and Population Genetics. A major part will focus on the theory of branching processes, other topics are the WrightFisher model and the Kingman coalescent. Prerequisites for this course are Stochastik and Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie including some basic knowledge of martingales and Markov chains. 
Learnweb: 
The corresponding Learnweb course can be found here. The key is: MMIDB 
Course assessment: 
There will be an oral exam at the end of the course. Admission to the oral exam is conditional on obtaining at least 40% of the points of the problem sets. 
Tutorial
Tutorial: 
Wednesdays, 10:00  12:00 Uhr, room SRZ 205, box 146 
Problem sets: 
The problem sets can be found in the Learnweb course. 