We have opportunities for a number of MSc thesis students to work with the group in the spring semester 2020. Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming our society. Machine learning models will be in every digital system we use, and it is imperative that we protect the integrity of data owners. In this project we work […]
It is with mixed feelings that we say goodbye to Stefan and Annas. Both have contributed with lots of energy and science to the group, but will now move on. Stefan to a role in industry, and Anass to an assistant professorship at Ecole Centrale Casablanca. You will both be missed, and thank you so […]
We currently have MSc projects available in the area of multicellular systems biology. Interested students are encouraged to contact us to learn more about the opportunities. Msc project in bone remodeling
A new semester has just started, and there is no better way to kick it off than to welcome a new group member! Anass Bouchnita has joined us for to do a postdoc in computational systems biology. He will work on multiscale methods for multicellular modeling and simulation, in a collaboration with Igor Adameyko at […]
The SNIC Science Cloud (SSC) team has published a paper in the 2017 conference on IEEE eScience. SNIC Science cloud has been an infrastructure project run by the Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) with the purpose to assess if and how SNIC should offer cloud infrastructure to the scientific community. The project is now coming […]
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Ben Blamey as a postdoc in the group. Ben will work on our SSF-funded HASTE project, with intelligent systems for setting up and managing information hierarchies in very large volumes of image data from microscopy, read mroe about Ben and the project here: Ben Blamey joins the team to […]
We have developed a multiscale method coupling the mesoscopic and microscopic scales. On the mesoscopic scale, systems are modeled as discrete jump processes on a structured or unstructured grid, while on the microscopic scale, molecules are modeled by hard spheres diffusing in continuous space. Microscopic simulations are accurate but computationally expensive. In this paper we […]
We are welcoming Lovisa Lugnegård to the group this semester. Lovisa will be doing a MSc thesis project of relevance to the HASTE project. She will design and prototype a cloud-based simulator capable of streaming already generated microscopy data, varying a wide range of parameters and emulating realistic scenarios when running high-content imaging platforms.
We are delighted to have Stefan Hellander join the lab! Stefan obtained his Ph.D. in scientific computing from Uppsala University in 2013, with the thesis “Stochastic Simulation of Reaction-Diffusion Processes”, advised by Prof. Em. Per Lötstedt. He then went on to work as a postdoc in the lab of Prof. Linda Petzold at UCSB, […]
Fredrik Wrede presented a poster titled “Smart systems for model exploration with application in computational systems biology” at the Machine Learning in Systems Biology (MSLB) 2017 Workshop held as a special session of ISMB 2017, Prague, Czech Republic, on July 25, 2017.