Non-Markovian models for intracellular transport: theory and experiments

In this presentation, I will share the outcomes of the collaboration between applied mathematicians and cell biologists at the University of Manchester. Over several years, we have made some progress in the fields of intracellular transport and anomalous diffusion.

During this talk, I will discuss the use of non-Markovian models to describe intracellular transport in terms of Levy walks, deep-learning neural networks based on fractional Brownian motion, and persistent random walk models with self-reinforcing directionality.