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I am professor in the Department of Applied Science and Technology (DISAT) at Politecnico of Turin, and Principal Investigator of the Statistical Inference and Biological Modeling unit at the Human Genetics Foundation (HuGeF) in Turin. My current research interests are: algorithms for statistical inference, computational biology, combinatorial optimization, and statistical physics of disordered systems.
Andrea De Martino
Andrea De Martino is a research scientist at the Soft & Living Matter Lab at CNR-NANOTEC (Rome) and a visiting scientist at the Institute of Genomic Medicine (Turin). He obtained a PhD in Condensed Matter Theory at SISSA (Trieste), and did post-doctoral work at HMI-Berlin (now the Helmholtz Zentrum) and at Sapienza University in Rome. He has been at Istituto Nazionale per la Fisica della Materia (now part of the National Research Council of Italy) since 2005. He has been an Adjunct Professor at Sapienza University’s Physics Department (2010–2016) and a visiting professor at U-Psud (Orsay, France) in 2013. His work mainly focuses on the regulation of metabolism and gene expression.
I am bioinformatics professor and head of the research team “Statistical Genomics and Biological Physics” in the Computational and Quantitative Biology lab of the Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University in Paris, France. My research focuses on data-driven statistical modelling of complex biological systems, using methodological inspiration from the statistical physics of disordered systems.
I am assistant professor of “Statistical Genomics and Biological Physics” in the Computational and Quantitative Biology Lab, Pierre et Marie Curie University – Paris France. My main research area is bioinformatic, I develop computational methods based on machine learning, big data algorithms and combinatorial potimization for interpretation, classification and understanding of biological and clinical datasets.
I am a Junior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute. My laboratory research focus on cancer metabolism, using mathematical models, data-driven statistical analyses and experimental models.
I am professor of Theoretical Physics and PI in the Group of Complex Systems and Statistical Mechanics, both at the University of Havana, Cuba. In the last few years my main research interests have been: Statistical Mechanics of Disordered Systems, the modeling of metabolic networks and algorithmic design for interdisciplinary applications.
Alejandro Jose Fendrik
I am professor at Instituto de Ciencias of the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento (Buenos Aires-Argentina) and Researcher of CONICET (Argentina). I have worked on Hamiltonian chaos, quantum chaos and stochastic systems (stochastic resonance and noisy ratchets). My interest is now in the modeling of biological systems. More precisely, the processes of cellular differentiation both during embryonic development and in the renewal of tissues in adults, at the level of cell populations and at the level of the regulatory networks involved in these processes.
David Hipolito Margarit
I am physics professor and PhD candidate. I’m junior researcher and teaching assistant in the physics at the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Currently, I’m working in biological systems, mainly in cancer growth, cancer cell differentiation and metastasis routes.
I am physicist, PhD candidate and teaching assistant at Instituto de Ciencias of the Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento (Buenos Aires-Argentina). My current research interests are: modeling of complex biological systems, the processes of cellular differentiation both during embryonic development and in the renewal of tissues in adults, the underlying processes in the cell fate determination and the dynamic regulatory networks involved in these processes.
I am a math professor and have a PhD in Science and Technology. My thesis was about Transport Phenomena in a Coupled System Ratchets. Currently, I have CONICET Postdoc Grant and am interesting in Complex Systems, Biology and Ecosystem Dynamics such as Transport Phenomena of Polymers and Transport processes on the oceans. I dictate math courses at Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento and at Universidad Nacional de La Matanza, Argentina.
I am full professor at the Universidad de General Sarmiento and researcher from CONICET, Buenos Aires Argentina. I have experience en classical chaos, pattern formation, tieme series analysis, population dynamics, stochastic procesess, complex and dynamical systems, Bownian transport, noise and cell renewal. Actually working in tumor growth, modeling biological systems and metastasis.
Miguel A. Virasoro
I am Honorary Professor at the Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento (Instituto de Ciencias). My interest focuses on generic, static and dynamic, properties of infinite dimensional disordered systems.
I am accounting services independent consultant with more than 10 years experience in support for sustainable competitiveness , preliminary-evaluation work relating to calls for the funding of research projects, reporting and economic and financial monitoring of research projects, support in the coordination and management of research projects including financial audits and in coordination of partnerships. I participated in more than 20 national and international projects, including FP6, FP7, and Horizon 2020.