Caner Kazancı

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics
and College of Engineering

Office: 444 Boyd GSRC
Phone: (706) 542-2556

Research Interests

Modeling biological and ecological systems, studying system-wide properties of these systems, and working on mathematical and computational solutions to questions of interest, such as control, effects of modifications, evolution and reverse engineering.

  • Biological and ecological modeling, simulation and analysis.
  • Numerical analysis, dynamical systems.
  • Ecological network analysis (ENA), ecological thermodynamics.
  • Stochastic modeling tools, individual based modeling.
  • Collective behavior of large biochemical reaction networks, the relation between network structure and system dynamics.
You can find more information on my research page.


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