Projects: Not specified
Institutions: Not specifiedhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-7696-1241
I completed my BSc in Biology and MSc in Cell Biology by the University of Valencia. During my last undergrad year I participated in synthetic biology’s iGEM competition where I dove in the use of models in Biology, which pushed me to pursue a PhD in the Department of Applied Mathematics in the Technical University of Valencia.
My research on Metabolic Engineering of hydrogen in cyanobacteria led me to be visiting researcher at Uppsala University, Denmark Technical University and EMBL Heidelberg.
Projects: COMBINE Multicellular Modelling
Institutions: Indiana University Bloomingtonhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-5901-1404
I am a multicell and multiscale modeler and member of the Biocomplexity group at Indiana University. The group produces and maintains the multicellular modelling package Compucell3D. I am also a voting member of the USA committee to the International Organization for Standards (ISO) working group on standards in biotechnology and the chairman of a sub-sub group on publishing standards.
Institutions: Wageningen University & Researchhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-7049-5334
I am a researcher (PhD student) working at Wageningen University & Research as bioinformatician and modeller. I am working as part of the MycoSynVac (http://www.mycosynvac.eu/) project on dynamic modelling of central carbon metabolism in M. pneumoniae, to be extended to full dynamic modelling of metabolism to be implemented in a whole cell model.
I am also looking into possibilities to improve standards in model generation using semantic technologies, improving automatic generation, annotation
Projects: COVID-19 Disease Map
Institutions: European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicinehttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-3671-895X
Researcher at the European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine, working on network-based data analytics within the EU eTRIKS Project.
Institutions: Technische Universität Dresdenhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0137-5106
Lutz Brusch is heading the research group "Spatio-temporal pattern formation in cells and tissues" at the Centre for Information Services and High Performance Computing of TU Dresden, Germany. The group is co-developing the multi-cellular modelling and simulation framework Morpheus (https://imc.zih.tu-dresden.de/wiki/morpheus/) and is collaborating with experimental labs on questions of tissue morphogenesis and regeneration.
I am a research associate in the department of computer science at the University of Sheffield since January 2008. My research is primarily involved with using agent-based modelling techniques and mathematical modelling techniques to model Escherichia coli K-12 Respiratory Adaptation. My research interests also include, development of workflows to analyze Microarray Data.
Professor of Computer Science, University of Sheffield. FBCS, FIMA, CEng, C.Math, CITP.
I have been involved in the use of computational techniques for modelling biological systems since 1980. More recently I have developed a technique of agent-based modelling based on the framework FLAME which is the only such system that can be run on supercomputers. We have made significant new biological discoveries using this approach: The approach models the location and activity of millions of individual