Team presentation

Mycenae (Multiscale dYnamiCs in neuroENdocrine AxEs) is a project-team dedicated to mathematical neuroendocrinology and mathematical neurosciences. We are interested in the modeling, analysis and simulation of multiscale in time and/or space dynamics in the fields of neurosciences, endocrinology and physiology.
Mycenae embeds close connections with the Mathematical Neuroscience Laboratory in CIRB (Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology, Collège de France) and the Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory (Pierre & Marie Curie University).

Research themes

  • Numerical and theoretical studies of slow-fast systems with complex oscillations
  • Non conservative transport equations for cell population dynamics
  • Macroscopic limits of stochastic neural networks and neural fields

International and industrial relations

INRA Research Unit on Reproductive Physiology and Behaviors
Boston University (Department of Mathematics and Statistics)
Florida State University (Department of Mathematics)
Pittsburgh University (Department of Mathematics)
Sevilla University (Department of Applied Mathematics)