Assoc. Prof. dr. Miha Moškon
Associate Professor
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Description

I am an associate professor at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science. My research work is focused to computational approaches in systems medicine, systems biology, and synthetic biology. I am interested in different aspects of modelling, design, and optimization of biological systems, especially in the context of their dynamical response. My main research interests have been recently directed towards accurate quantitative modelling and analysis of metabolic and gene regulatory networks and towards the computational design of synthetic biological systems, such as biological processor. I currently teach the following courses at the University of Ljubljana: Computational Biology (PhD), Introduction to computer programming (BSc) and Digital Logic Design (BSc). I also lead laboratory practices for three different courses.

Awards
  • coauthor of one of the best 10 research achievements of the University of Ljubljana in 2017 (for the work Large-scale computational models of liver metabolism: how far from the clinics)
  • certificate of recognition for young university teachers and associates (2016) - among the highest awards at the University of Ljubljana
  • advisor to the computational part of the Slovenian iGEM 2016 team - Best foundational advance prize at the iGEM World Championship (2016)
  • COBRA Exchange Programme award (2013)
  • advisor to the computational part of the Slovenian iGEM 2012 team - 1st runner up at the iGEM World Championship (2012)
  • advisor to the computational part of the Slovenian iGEM 2010 team - Grand Prize winners at the iGEM World Championship (2010)
  • Prešeren's award for the thesis on Fuzzy model of foraging behavior in a bird flocking simulation (2007)
  • Dean's awards from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and information Science (2005 and 2006)
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The full bibiliography is available at https://bib.cobiss.net/bibliographies/si/webBiblio/bib201_20211014_183240_a110484579.html

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