Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
DIGITEO Project (DIM LSC) ALMA
Project title: Mathematical Analysis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Decembrer 2010 - December 2013
Coordinator: Catherine Bonnet
Other partners: Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, France, L2S, France, INSERM, Cordeliers Research Center, France.
Abstract: this project studies a model of leukaemia based on previous works by M. Adimy and F. Crauste (Lyon), with theoretical model design adjustments and analysis in J. L. Avila Alonso's Ph D thesis and experimental parameter identification initiated by F. Merhi, postdoc of Bang (Dec. 2010-Nov. 2011), working at St. Antoine Hospital (Paris) on biological experiments on leukaemic cells.
DIGITEO Project (DIM Cancéropôle) ALMA2
Project title: Mathematical Analysis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia - 2
October 2011 - March 2013
Coordinator: Jean Clairambault (Inria Paris-Rocquencourt)
Other partners: Inria Saclay-Île-de-France, France, L2S, France, INSERM, Cordeliers Research Center, France.
Abstract: This project has taken over the experimental identification part in St. Antoine Hospital, together with further model design with the postdoc of A. Ballesta (BANG). With this postdoc project will also be developed the theoretical and experimental - in leukaemic cell cultures - study of combined therapies by classical cytotoxics (anthracyclins, aracytin) and recently available targeted therapies (anti-Flt-3).
DIGITEO Project (DIM LSC) MOISYR
Project title: Monotonie, observateurs par intervalles, et systèmes à retard
Decembre 2011 - Decembre 2014
Coordinator: Frédéric Mazenc
Other partners: organisme, labo (pays) L2S, France, Mines-ParisTech, France.
Abstract: MOISYR is concerned with the creation of the problem of extending the theory of monotone systems to the main families of continuous time systems with delay along with the application of this theory to the design of observers and interval observers. In particular, nonlinear systems with pointwise and distributed delays and stabilizable systems with delay in the input shall be considered. In a second setp, we shall extend our result to discrete time systems and to a specific class of continuous/discrete systems called Networked Control Systems.