Andras Gyorgy

I am a fifth year PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, where I am a member of the Control Networks Group, led by Domitilla Del Vecchio.

My research addresses the behavior of complex networks, with an emphasis on systems and synthetic biology during my graduate studies. In particular, I focus on how one part of a network affects the behavior of another part. This interdependence may be due to, among many factors, the limited availability of shared resources. To characterize the resulting coupling effects, I employ tools from dynamical systems analysis and control theory. In addition to describing the emergent behavior of interconnected components, I experimentally verify the theoretical predictions.

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