I am currently doing a postdoc entitled “Biomechanical modelling of cytoskeleton self-organization during blood platelet activation” under the supervision of Nicolas GLADE. The postdoc is part of the research of the team DyCTiM of the laboratory TIMC-IMAG of the Faculty of Medicine of Grenoble.
I defended my thesis entitled “On the Power and Universality of Biologically-inspired Models of Computation” on June 23, 2015. The thesis can be found here. The presentation slides can be downloaded here.
My thesis was supervised by Sergey Verlan.
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This is my CV.
The research topics I have already worked on can be described by the following keywords.
membrane (P) systems
networks of evolutionary processors
The research domains on which I would like to work in the nearest future can be described by the following keywords.
The list of my publications is available here.
The following ones are quite representative of my previous research work.
In the period December 4–December 19, 2016, I was invited to give the course Haskell for Life at Pentalog Chișinău and at the Faculty of Computer Science of the Technical University of Moldova.
In school year 2015–2016 I taught a course on operating systems and networks, as well as the part of the course on formal languages dealing with parsing. Moreover, I was invited to teach the short course Haskell for Life at the Turku Center for Computer Science, Finland.
During my PhD studies (years 2012–2015), I supervised exercise sessions and practical assignments in the various undergraduate subjects (in French).
Here is a short list of some of my own seminar subjects I liked most, with slides.
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