I enjoy investigating complex systems with an analytical approach. I especially care about the interaction between theory (i.e., rational thinking, mathematical & computational modelling) and observation (i.e. facts, data analyses). Having trained myself in various disciplines (theoretical physics, philosophy and history of science, computation, population genetics, biophysics, and data analyses) I have contributed to the scientific community by investigating and publishing on transcriptional gene networks, macroevolution, evolution of regulatory DNA, epigenetic programming in cancer.
I also like writing popular science articles and being part of scientific and outreach meetings as organiser, teacher or fundraiser.
For more details, see my CV [pdf] and the following links