CompLifeSci Guest Seminar: Sequential Reprogramming of Biological Network Fate


May 28, 2019    
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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Dr. Sergiu Ivanov, IBISC, Univ Évry, Paris-Saclay University, France
Sequential Reprogramming of Biological Network Fate

Host: Ion Petre


Coffee at 13:45

Dr. Sergiu Ivanov is an associate professor (maître de conférences) of computer science at the Department of Computer Science of Université d’Évry, Université Paris-Saclay. He is currently member of the IBISC Laboratory and belongs to team COSMO, who study the fundamental properties of complex systems, and notably biological systems.

Dr. Sergiu Ivanov defended his PhD thesis focused on the computational power of biologically-inspired models of computing at Université Paris-Est in 2015. His principal research interest lies in applying formal models to gain insight into medical and biological problems. He is currently working on employing formal networks to help infer cancer therapies and better understand the molecular and evolutionary causes of this disease (e.g., resilience, atavistic theory of cancer, etc.).

Dr. Sergiu Ivanov’s main research domains are:

  • precision medicine,
  • theoretical biology,
  • complex systems, and
  • bio-inspired models of computing.

Sergiu Ivanov’s home page:

Key Publications
Artiom Alhazov, Rudolf Freund, *Sergiu Ivanov*, Sergey Verlan: Tissue P Systems with Point Mutation Rules. Int. Conf. on Membrane Computing 2018: 33-56

Quoc-Trung Vuong, Roselyne Chauvin, *Sergiu Ivanov*, Nicolas Glade, Laurent Trilling: A Logical Constraint-based Approach to Infer and Explore Diversity and Composition in Thresholded Boolean Automaton Networks. COMPLEX NETWORKS 2017: 567-579

Sepinoud Azimi, Cristian Gratie, *Sergiu Ivanov*, Luca Manzoni, Ion Petre, Antonio E. Porreca: Complexity of model checking for reaction systems. Theor. Comput. Sci. 623: 103-113 (2016)