User:Vincent Rouilly

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Imperial College London<br>
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South Kensington
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== Join us at [http://conferences.theiet.org/biosysbio/ BioSysBio-2008@ImperialCollege (20-22 April 2008)] ==
 
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BioSysBio 2008 is primarily aimed at graduate students, post-docs and junior faculty working in biology and biotechnology.
 
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The IET BioSysBio Organising Committee welcomes contributions in the fields of '''Synthetic Biology''', '''Systems Biology''' and '''Bioinformatics'''. These may range from research concepts and ideas to technical issues and industrial applications. You can submit your paper '''[http://conferences.theiet.org/biosysbio/abstract/abstract.html here]'''.
 
== Education and Past Work Experiences==
== Education and Past Work Experiences==
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* PhD candidate at Imperial College London
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* PhD,Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London.
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** Writing-up PhD thesis: "An Engineering Approach To The Modeling Of Genetic Circuits"
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* GE Medical Systems, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
* GE Medical Systems, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
* Visiospace, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
* Visiospace, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
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* Contributing to build a Synthetic Biology framework (establishing standards, design for modularity and re-usability, parts characterization) + societal impact of Synthetic Biology.
* Contributing to build a Synthetic Biology framework (establishing standards, design for modularity and re-usability, parts characterization) + societal impact of Synthetic Biology.
* Laboratory Information System.
* Laboratory Information System.
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* Lab Automation
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* Laboratory Automation
==Teaching Experience ==
==Teaching Experience ==

Revision as of 14:11, 21 October 2008


Vincent Rouilly

Imperial College London
South Kensington SW7 2AZ
London, UK

email: vincent.rouilly (at) imperial (dot) ac (dot) uk

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Education and Past Work Experiences

  • PhD,Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London.
  • GE Medical Systems, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
  • Visiospace, Paris, Software R&D Engineer.
  • M.Sc, ENST Paris and ERASMUS exchange at ETSIT Madrid (Signal and Image Processing Major).

Research Interests

  • Computational Biology: stochastic processes, Generalized Petri Nets, Agent Based modelling, Design of Experiments.
  • Contributing to build a Synthetic Biology framework (establishing standards, design for modularity and re-usability, parts characterization) + societal impact of Synthetic Biology.
  • Laboratory Information System.
  • Laboratory Automation

Teaching Experience

OWW Contributions

Other:

Interesting links found on OWW

Useful Open Source Softwares

Recommended Books

Do-It-Yourself / Developing World Technologies for Biological Engineering

General

DNA manipulation

Measuremements and Characterization

Data Acquisition, Control and Lab Automation

OWW ideas (random)

building a stronger community

  • get people to define on their User page their area(s) of interest using 'wiki-categories' (could help to find collaborators).
  • if people defines their area of interest using references, would be interesting to use that information to match people's profiles.

support to find relevant info

  • 'contextual' browsing ('hacking' google-ads-type-of-service to show other relevant wiki-pages or wiki-users on the side of a wiki page ... instead of ads).
  • set essential keywords pages. 'Experts', in a given field, would recommend a set of keywords to help new comers to google more efficiently.
  • setting-up a calendar with info about conferences, workshops, submission deadlines ...

adding features

  • implementing java applets which are enable to read/write an xml-like format into the wiki:
    • image annotation (microscope images, gel analysis, colonies plate ..) see iNote, SVG.
    • graph editor/viewer to build/view/run kinetic models (SBML, CellML ...)

Project

Here is an overview of the modelling framework I am working on: Image:MSMrouilly2.png


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