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Ulrich Janus

Academic Interests

Complex Networks The European research initiative UniNet is committed to the study of complex networks. Warwick is the central node of this programme.
Metabolic and genetic networks Modelling of kinetic reaction, cell signalling and gene expression networks.

 

Academic Background

2003 "Diplom" in Mathematics, Univerity of Heidelberg, Germany. Thesis: Stability of biochemical networks; supervised by Prof. W. Jaeger, Dr. M. Kirkilionis.
2000 Exchange year at the Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

 

Mini Projects

Project 1: Poster [PDF] Influence of scanning probe geometry on the imaging of diffudional processes at the nanoscale.
Supervisors: David P. Burt, Dr. Julie V. Macpherson of the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group.
Project 2: Thesis [PDF] Analysis of dynamic changes in gene expression under the control of the circadian clock in Arabidopsis
(Experimental part)
Supervisors: Mark Spensley, Isabelle Carre
Project 3: Article [PDF] Analysis of dynamic changes in gene expression under the control of the circadian clock in Arabidopsis
(Mathematical/Computational part)
Supervisors: Eleisa Heron, Barbel Finkenstadt, David Rand

 

PhD Research

Please see my e-portfolio research page.

 

Contact

Address: Department of Mathematics, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, UK.

email: ulrichjanus@gmail.com

Blog: ulrichjanus

Additional website: e-portfolio

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