I am working on clean and scaleable domain-specific modeling/programming languages, mostly, but not only, for systems and synthetic biology.
I have just received an ERC grant to start Feb 2013 to develop further modelling methodologies. Interested to join?
I am taking part in cross-disciplinary activities meeting on algorithmic/mathematical structures for modelling (social systems, economical systems, climate, multi-scale plant growth, etc) with the Edinburgh Multidisciplinary Multiscale Modelling initiative.
A short intro to rule-based modelling:
Agile modelling of cellular signalling
A longer one: Rule-based modelling of cellular signalling (CONCUR'07)
Our modelling languages has various open-source implementations
Most of my publications can be found here (Paris homepage), there (google scholar), or there (DBLP).
A workshop on the fragility of networks held Dec 10 2010 at the Informatics Forum with J. Michael Herrmann and Matthias Hennig (UoE).
A wonderful and wonderfully amusing talk about the aims of education (pdf taken from James Lynch' homepage).
Interested in a PhD? Application information is here. There will be soon specific opportunities via the Data Science Ph.D. programme.
Interested in a UG project? Check this (internal UoE link).
M. Sc. Teaching (not offered in 2012-2013):
- Synthetic biology and modeling
- Methods for the Analysis of Networks
Various academic activities since 2002 (Keynotes, invitations, courses, PCs).