Aneta Koseska

My research interests are centered on the understanding, modeling (both deterministically and stochastically) and analysis of fundamental processes in Biology, by applying concepts of complex systems theory and nonlinear dynamics. In particular, I am interested in the characterization of the background physical mechanisms of cellular differentiation and cellular decision-making processes, as well as the design and construction of synthetic gene-regulatory networks. Additionally, I also develop methods for reconstruction of directed networks from short time series, with applications to biology and networks of coupled chaotic oscillators.