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).

Eleni Minga


My background is in engineering and the numerical modelling of physical phenomena. Recently, I discovered the physics-based approach to the study of animal behaviour and I was introduced to the world of C.elegans. My work in the Behavioural Genomics lab involves the analysis of the phenotypic response of C.elegans subject to different conditions, aiming to identify and understand underlying patterns and dependences.

Education

PhD (2013-2017) Imperial College London
MRes (2012-2013) Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) - Cachan, France
MEng (2006-2012) Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

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