Each 'bird's nest' in the image a single worm's trajectory through the shape space defined by three eigenworms (colour indicates position in the fourth dimension).

Bertie Gyenes


There are two things that have interested me for as long as I can remember: the way the interaction of some relatively simple cells produces extremely complex behaviour and the way computers can be used to analyse and explore large datasets (admittedly, I used a slightly different wording at the age of seven). My project combines both: I collect behavioural data relating to metabolism in worms and then use computational tools to gain a better understanding of the network we call behaviour.

Education

MSci (2013-2014) University of Cambridge
BA (2010-2013) University of Cambridge

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