Volkan Sevim, Ph.D.

2008 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Theory Physics, Bioinformatics Biology
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Per A. Rikvold grad student 2008 Florida State
 (Networks and their applications to biological systems: From ecological dynamics to gene regulation.)
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Cifarelli VV, Sevim V. (2015) Problem posing as reformulation and sense-making within problem solving Mathematical Problem Posing: From Research to Effective Practice. 177-194
Sevim V. (2014) Interdisciplinary connections between radical constructivist approaches in mathematical problem solving and structural design in architecture Constructivist Foundations. 9: 411-412
Sevim V, Cifarelli VV. (2014) Radical constructivist conceptual analyses in mathematical problem solving and their implications for teaching Constructivist Foundations. 9: 386-392
Cifarelli VV, Sevim V. (2014) Examining the role of re-Presentation in mathematical problem solving an application of ernst von glasersfeld's conceptual analysis Constructivist Foundations. 9: 360-369
Yang X, Lau KY, Sevim V, et al. (2013) Design principles of the yeast G1/S switch. Plos Biology. 11: e1001673
Sevim V, Gong X, Socolar JE. (2010) Reliability of transcriptional cycles and the yeast cell-cycle oscillator. Plos Computational Biology. 6: e1000842
Sevim V, Rikvolda PA. (2010) Are genetically robust regulatory networks dynamically different from random ones? Physics Procedia. 7: 93-97
Sevim V, Rikvold PA. (2008) Chaotic gene regulatory networks can be robust against mutations and noise. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 253: 323-32
Sevim V, Rikvold PA. (2008) Network growth with preferential attachment for high indegree and low outdegree Physica a: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications. 387: 2631-2636
Rikvold PA, Sevim V. (2007) Individual-based predator-prey model for biological coevolution: fluctuations, stability, and community structure. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 75: 051920
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