My research addresses the behavior of complex networks, with an emphasis on systems and synthetic biology. 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, and combine them with results from economics, optimization and game theory. In addition to describing the emergent behavior of interconnected components, I collaborate with experts in the biological sciences to experimentally verify the theoretical predictions.
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