- Research Profile -

My research focuses on the application and development of tools in algebraic geometry and algebra to address questions arising in molecular biology.

Specifically I focus on the mathematical study of interaction networks, mainly on understanding their properties at equilibrium. I am interested in applications to biological systems, such as post translational modification reaction networks.

I work at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, in the research group Mathematics of Reaction Networks.

We recently organised a workshop on Mathematical Trends in Reaction Network Theory, which brought together experts from around the world, working on the theory describing the behaviour of systems of (bio)chemical reactions. Read more here.

I hold a PhD in Mathematics (2007), from the Universitat de Barcelona, in the area of Arakelov Geometry/Algebraic K-theory. Further, I hold a Master in Bioinformatics (2008) from the Universitat de Barcelona and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Research lines:

Applied algebraic geometry and algebra, chemical reaction network theory, theoretical systems biology.

- Highlights -

I am a member of the Danish Young Academy, Det Unge Akademi (webpage)

Elected secretary of the SIAM activity group on Algebraic Geometry (webpage), 2018-2019.
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The next biennial conference of the activity group will be held in Bern, Switzerland July 9-13, 2019 (webpage)

Associate editor of the new journal
SIAM Journal on Applied Algebra and Geometry (SIAGA)
Now accepting submissions!