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Siegel Anne

Research director at CNRS, located at IRISA, the computer science laboratory of Rennes. She is the leader of the Dyliss group (IRISA and Inria Rennes) which develops formal methods for the integration of heterogenous data in biology. She started her carreer in mathematics and theoretical computer science by studying symbolic dynamical systems to investigate self-similar structures in number theory and tilings.<br style="color: rgb(85, 85, 85); font-family: "Source Sans Pro"; font-size: 18px; text-align: justify;">Then she explored the field of systems biology, that is, the modeling and study of dynamical systems in molecular biology. Her main research now focuses on constraint-based methods to interpret large-scale observations of a molecular system in a dynamical system framework, with applications to marine biology and extremophile microbiology.

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