By Véronique Foucray In On March 19, 2014
Eugenio Cinquemani is an INRIA research scientist (grade CR1). He graduated and got the Ph.D. in the field of Automatic Control and Systems Theory at the University of Padova (Italy). Then he moved to ETH Zurich (Switzerland) for a PostDoc at the Automatic Control Laboratory, where he first came in touch with Systems Biology.
His current research interests are centered on the modelling of biochemical networks in bacteria and simple eukariotes, with emphasis on stochastic modelling of gene regulatory networks. His work is dedicated in particular to the development of methods for the parametric and structural identification of regulatory network dynamics from single-cell experimental data and for other estimation problems.
Eugenio is a member of the Systems Biology team IBIS at INRIA Grenoble – Rhône-Alpes