Mathematics and Physics (IMFUFA)
ABC miktoarm star ter polymers in bulk and in thin films: Characterization and solvent vapor induced restructuring with a focus on time-resolved in-situ GISAXSAriaee, S., 2023, Roskilde: Roskilde Universitet. 178 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Ph.D. thesis
A First Exploration to Understand Mathematics Curricula Implementation: Results, Limitations and SuccessesRuiz, A., Niss, M., Artigue, M., Cao, Y. & Reston, E., 2023, New ICMI Study Series. Springer Science+Business Media, p. 231-260 30 p. (New ICMI Study Series, Vol. Part F776).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review
Aging, inflammation, and comorbidity in cancers—a general in silico study exemplified by myeloproliferative malignanciesOttesen, J. T. & Andersen, M., Oct 2023, In: Cancers. 15, 19, 20 p., 4806.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
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The Carlsberg Foundation grants DKK 10 million for research in mathematical pandemic models
Since January 2020 the ongoing Corona pandemic has thrown the world into a deep health crisis. The Carlsberg Foundation therefore grants DKK 10 million to a new Semper Ardens project for the development of mathematical models to predict the potential development of future epidemics. Professor Lone Simonsen at Roskilde University will lead this Semper Ardens project.
Mathematics Provides More Effective Cancer Treatment
Mathematicians at Roskilde University, in collaboration with hematologists at Zealand University Hospital, have developed mathematical models for how normal blood production, development of blood cancer and inflammation mutually affect each other. In synergy with blood samples from the individual patient, the models can provide a guide for more effective, individualised cancer treatment.
100 years: Knowledge of the Spanish flu enhances our preparedness for future pandemics
Unique Danish data gives Professor Lone Simonsen an insight into how the Spanish Flu occurred 100 years ago. The insight helps to provide an impression of how future pandemics may behave.
Mathematical model can improve depression diagnosis
Mathematical models can be used to develop new methods to diagnose e.g. depression, and the models can provide important information to help develop better forms of treatment.
Climate-friendly asphalt developed with researchers from Roskilde University will be introduced on all national roads
Should an ongoing pilot project confirm the expected effects and durability of the asphalt, the Danish government will from 2020 introduce climate-friendly asphalt across the entire national road network ready for new surface. The asphalt has been developed since 2011 in two research projects headed by Jeppe Dyre, who is a professor of physics at Roskilde University.
Base at Roskilde University
The research group is based at Department of Science and Environment
Related research units: Glass and time research centre // FRUSTMI research centre // PandeMix Center research centre // Centre for Mathematical Modeling - Human Health and Disease research centre
PhD school: Doctoral School of Science and Environment
Research from Roskilde University
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