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ADETBS 2023 : Application of differential equations to the biological systems


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Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2023
Categories    mathematical modeling   infectious disease modeling   ecological models   bio-mechanical models

Call For Papers

Special Issue on Application of differential equations to the biological systems


Dr. Prashant K. Srivastava (Lead), Indian Institute of Technology Patna, India
Dr. Surabhi Pandey, Indian Institute of Public Health, India
Dr. Nutan K. Tomar, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, India
Dr. Amit K. Verma, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, India

Mathematical modeling has become an indispensable tool in analyzing real-world systems, especially biological systems. In particular, differential equations are the most commonly used mathematical formulations for modeling and analysis of biological systems. After the wide spread of COVID-19 infection, there has been a significant increase in mathematical modeling, prediction, and control of diseases. However, the applications are not limited to disease modeling only. The application of differential equations to biological systems includes infectious disease models, ecological models, bio-fluid models, bio-mechanical models, and computational models, among many others.

To document the latest developments reported in the conference on differential equations, which will be held at the Department of Mathematics, IIT Patna, during 17-19, March 2023, the journal Computational and Mathematical Biophysics (CMB),, will publish a special issue on “Application of differential equations to the biological systems”. However, excellent research articles matching the scope of the special issue, which are not presented at the conference, are also welcomed. All research articles are subject to peer review per the journal's policy.

Original and high-quality research articles are welcome from researchers for this special issue on the topics close to, but not limited to, one of the following:
• Infectious disease modeling and analysis
• Within host dynamical models
• Public health or public health policy-related models
• Ecological models
• Bio-fluid dynamical models
• Bio-mechanical models
• Any other modeling and analysis of the biological system using differential equations.


Before submission, authors should carefully read over the author guidelines, which are located at All manuscripts are subject to the standard peer review process before publication. The authors are encouraged to pay an Article Processing Charge (APC policy) after accepting a manuscript, but the APC is not mandatory for open access. For this special issue, we are offering full waivers or discounts for authors with limited access to funds.
Prospective authors should submit their manuscripts online at and select the Article Type as this special issue.


Manuscript submission due date: August 31, 2023
Anticipated publication date of the special issue: November 30, 2023

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