Seminars

Theory of Hair Bundle Motion; New Insights from the Simplest Models

Date Thursday November 14, 2013 at 4:00 PM
Location 13-105 Center for the Health Sciences (CHS)
Speaker Seung Ji, Doctoral Graduate Student, Department of Physics & Astronomy, UCLA
Sponsoring Dept UCLA Biomathematics
Abstract Normal Form of Hopf bifurcaiton equation(NFE) has been used to describe a Hair bundle motion. In this talk, I will show that the NFE can also describe the mode-locking mechanism of hair bundle and NFE with noise exhibits stochastic resonance. Also, I propose that Kuramoto model can describe dynamics of the coupled hair bundles and stochastic resonance can play essential role in the detection of sound.
Host: Van Savage, Ph.D.
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Flyer Seung_Ji_20131114.pdf