Riccardo Muolo


O|2 building, room 01W57

W&N building, room R-362


About me

My Bachelor was in Physics and Astrophysics and my Master was in Applied Mathematics, both at Università degli Studi di Firenze (Italy). I worked on my Master Thesis, that was about Turing pattern formation on networks, at the Namur Institute for Complex Systems (Belgium) supervised by Prof. Carletti, Dr. Asllani and Prof. Fanelli.
Now I am a PhD student of Systems-Bioinformatics and Mathematics at VU Amsterdam, where I am supervised by Prof. Teusink, Prof. Bruggeman and Dr. Planqué. The aim of my Project, within the Marie Skłodowska Curie ITN Syncrop (Synthetic Circuits for Robust Orthogonal Production), is mainly to understand through mathematical modelling how cells reach optimal states when they are put in new environments.