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Patrik D'haeseleer

UNM logo I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. I have previously obtained two separate degrees in Electrical Engineering in Belgium (approximately Masters level), as well as an MS in Computer Science at Stanford.

My main research interests lie in that nebulous region between biology and computation, including Genetic Algorithms, Genetic Programming, Neural Networks, Theoretical Biology, Computational Biology, etc... I am a member of the Adaptive Computation group at UNM, SFI logo a regular visitor at the Santa Fe Institute (which is a Really Cool Place), and ex-member of the EVCA (EVolving Cellular Automata) group there.

My advisor here at UNM is Stephanie Forrest. In the past, I've done some work on her Computer Immune Systems project, especially on the theoretical aspects of it.

My RESUME is now online as well: Postscript or pdf version.


For the past couple of years, I've been doing research on

Gene Network Inference from Large-Scale Gene Expression Data.



Complex Adaptive Systems links (old)
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