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Master Thesis - Efficient Markov Chain Monte Carlo Techniques for Studying Large-scale Metabolic Models
As a leading research institution for microbial biotechnology the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences – Biotechnology (IBG-1) focuses on the development of biotechnological processes for the sustainable bio-based production of pharmaceutical and chemical products. We investigate how microorganisms and isolated enzymes can be used to produce a variety of products from renewable raw materials. IBG-1 is a leading institution in process development for industrial biotechnology with increasingly miniaturized and automated experiments. The institute provides an excellent infrastructure for parallelized lab robotic experiments on microtiter plates. Various analytical methods are available for online and at-line measurements. These are combined with advanced digital technologies for data analysis, modeling, experimental design and process optimization. Our Modeling and Simulation Group offers an interdisciplinary and agile research environment within a young and dynamic group. The project is an excellent example for research at the interface of computational systems biology and mathematics/statistics with a strong attitude to open research software development. For more information visit http://www.fz-juelich.de/ibg/ibg-1/modsim or http://github.com/modsim.
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