Hamza Faquir

Hello,

"I'm interested in the application of mathematical deterministic and probabilistic methods to explore biological networks in order to understand, control and improve biosystems."

Hamza Faquir

I'm currently a PhD fellow with the CSIC group COMPUTATIONAL SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY as part of the MSCA-ITN-2020 project E-MUSE, my doctoral work will be focused on feedback control of individual cells in microorganism populations.

I had my first master's degree from the Faculty of sciences and technologies Marrakech, on Mathematical modelling and PDE analysis, Then I joined Lyon 1 university for a master's degree in Mathematics for biology and medicine.

I'm generally interested in the application of mathematical deterministic and probabilistic methods to explore biological networks in order to understand, control and improve biosystems. More precisely through my PhD studies, we will be working on developing a novel control paradigm to guide the modulation of the underlying stochastic gene circuits of bacterial systems that regulate metabolic activity and therefore phenotype heterogeneity through the available environmental stress variables, with applications on cheese ripening.