After obtaining a degree in civil engineering at National Engineering School of Tunis, I have changed my vocation to computational biology. I have been interested in exploiting my scientific background in life science, hopefully to contribute to public health improvement somehow… Therefore, I obtained a degree from the master “Biologie systémique et synthétique” at the University of Evry, and now I am working on an exciting PhD project in computational geometry to infer protein 3D structures from experimental data!
Computational geometry for the determination of biomolecular structures
During the last decades, structural biology allowed to incredibly improve the information on the biological objects, from single biomolecules to molecular assemblies, and to get a better description of the physics underlying the interactions […]
About Bip:Bip The project Bip:Bip promotes an integrated use of known and modelled three-dimensional structures of proteins as an aid in complete genome annotation. The architectural organization of biological macromolecules is essential for the […]
- 2013: Biclustering and data integration of the BKACE proteins data and metadata. SG & Genoscope, Évry (France)
- 2010: Mathematical and computational analysis of genetic regulatory networks. INRIA, Nice (France)