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members of the Louis and Doye groups,
more photos (and science) at: Molecular Gastronomy Dinner

Louis Group Alumni

  1. Francisco Quevedo Camargo was a DPhil student working on evolutionary systems biology, supported by the Clarendon Trust. He is currently a postdoc at the Oxford Internet Institute.
  2. Boris Barron was an MMathPhys student working on the arrival of the frequent.
  3. Samson Wang was an MMathPhys student working on sloppy systems.
  4. Lorenzo Rovigatti was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow, he is now at the University of Roma.
  5. Ben Singer was an MPhys student working on formal grammars and complexity. He is now doing a DPhil at the Oxford DTC
  6. Nora Martin was an MPhys student working on evolution. She is now a PhD student with Sebastian Ahnert at the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge.
  7. Mathias Janvin was an MMathPhys student. He is currently doing an MD/PhD in Oslo.
  8. Ambrose Yin was an MMathPhys student working on sloppy systems. He is currently doing a DPhl in Mathematics at Oxford.
  9. Michele Fava was a visiting student from the Scuola Normale in Pisa. He is starting a DPhil in Physics at Oxford.
  10. Edward Rolls was a DTC student working on modelling evolution. He is now doing a DPhil in Mathematics at Oxford.
  11. Stephanie Owen was an MPhil student working on evolution. She is now doing a PhD in cancer research at Cambridge
  12. Dr. Christian Matek was a DPhil student working on modelling DNA. He is now working in Munich as a doctor and as a medical researcher at the LMU.
  13. John Schrek was a postdoc co-supervised with Jonathan Doye. He is now a postdoc at Columbia University.
  14. Dr. Kamaludin Dingle was a DPhil student working on evolution and systems biology, jointly with the Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre He is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at GUST.
  15. Dr Thomas Ouldridge was a DPhil student and then Weir Junior Research Fellow at University College, working on oxDNA He is now a Royal Society University Fellow at Imperial College where he leads a group on Principles of biomolecular systems .
  16. Dr. Petr Sulc was a DPhil student working on biological physics. He was then a Fellow at the Center for Studies in Physics and Biology at Rockefeller University, and is now an assistant professor at ASU .
  17. Alessandro Geraldini was an MPhys student working on modelling DNA. He is now as DPhil student in plasma physics in Oxford
  18. Oliver Bristowe was an MPhys student working on modelling DNA. He now works at Credit Suisse.
  19. Dr. Arthur Straube was a visiting postdoc, he is now at the Free University of Berlin.
  20. Liam Shaw was an MPhys student working on modelling DNA. He left to do a PhD Student in biophysics at UCL.
  21. Alex Lawson was an MPhys student working on modelling DNA
  22. Ben Frot was a DTC student working on evolution and algorithmic information theory, he is now a DPhil student in statistics
  23. Owen Thomas was a DTC student working on self-assembly of the bacterial flagellar motor with Dr Richard Berry. He is now doing a DPhil in neuroscience.
  24. Dr. Ioannis Zacharoudiou was a DPhil student working on simulations and experiments on complex fluids. Jointly with Julia Yeomans and Dirk Aarts . He is now a research associate at Imperial College.
  25. Dr. Steffen Schaper was a DPhil student working on the physics of biological evolution. He is now a postdoc at the Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES)
  26. Matthew Andrew was an MPhys student working on the physics of evolution, he is currently doing a DPhil with Julia Yeomans.
  27. Christian Schroeder was an MPhys student working on the physics of evolution.
  28. Paul Stubley was an MPhys student working on modelling DNA, he is currently doing a DPHil in Oxford.
  29. Anton Kan was an MPhys student working on DNA, after doing research in Japan he started a PhD in Plant Sciences at Cambridge.
  30. Tom Wyatt was an MPhys student working on DNA, he is now doing a PhD at UCL.
  31. Dr. Iain Johnston was a DPhil Student, jointly supervised with Jonathan Doye , He is now an MRC fellow at Imperial College.
  32. Dr. Richard Matthews was a DPhil Student, jointly supervised with Julia Yeomans He is currently a Lise-Meitner Fellow in Vienna with the group of Christos Likos
  33. Dr. Felix Höfling was a visiting postdoc, he is now Professor at the Free University of Berlin.
  34. Rollo Hoare was an MPhys student working on "Understanding the self-assembly of DNA nanostructures", and is now doing PhD at the UCL CoMPLEX interdisciplinary research in the life sciences.
  35. Anthony Connor was an MPhys student working on "The Physics of Biological Evolution", he is now doing a DPHil at the Oxford DTC & in computer science
  36. Adam Levy was an MPhys student working on "Understanding the self-assembly of DNA nanostructures". He is now a DPhil student in Atmospheric Physics.
  37. Matt Llewellyn - Jones was an MPhys student working on "Positive design for self-assembly", he is now a PhD student in Cambridge.
  38. Sam Greenbruy was an MPhys student working on the evolution of simple models for gene networks. He recently completed a PhD at the "other place" with Sebastian Ahnert .
  39. Simon Nielsen is an MPhys student working on the evolution of RNA secondary structures. He is now doing PhD in mathematical finance at the University of Copenhagen"
  40. Dr. Alex Wilber was a PhD student, working with us on self-assembly and based in the group of Jonathan Doye , he now works in Cambridge.
  41. Stuart Lowe was an MPhys student working on evolutionary aspects of "Positive Design for Self Assembly". He is now doing a PhD on bioresponsive nano-particles at Imperial College
  42. Matt Smith was an MPhys student working on evolutionary aspects of "Positive Design for Self Assembly". He is now a PhD student at the California Institute of Technology
  43. Gabriel Villar was an MPhys student working on evolutionary aspects of "Positive Design for Self Assembly". He is now a DPhil student at the Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre in Oxford.
  44. Dr. Jimaan Sane Was a PhD student supported by EPSRC and Schlumberger Cambridge Research through a CASE award. He now works in London
  45. Yedid Hoshen was an MPhys student working on the selectivity of the nuclear pore complex. After working in the City of London, he started a PhD in computer science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and now works for Facebook AI Research.
  46. Anna Lewis was an MPhys student working on positive design for self assembly. After a DPhil through the Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre and a stint at McInsey, she is now a Computational Biologist at Omicia, Inc.
  47. Rosie Lyus was a part III Chemistry student, and now works for Asynt Technologies
  48. Dr. Johan Padding was a postdoc, supported by the EPSRC through the Impact Faraday programme, in partnership with Schlumberger Cambridge Research. He is now an associate professor at the Delft University.
  49. Dr. Stelios Karanikas was a PhD student supported by EPSRC and Schlumberger Cambridge Research through a CASE award.
  50. He is now a postdoc at the Molecular Thermodynamics and Modeling of Materials Lab in Greece.
  51. Ainsley Mayhew Seers was a Part III Physics student, and is now working in the City.
  52. Dr. Pauline Wong was a Part III Physics student, then a PhD student in Medical Physics in Cambridge, and after being Reseach Associate in Stanford. she joned GE Healthcare and now Roche.
  53. Chris Ogden was a Part III Physics student, and is now a PhD student in Queens University Belfast
  54. Dr. Arturo Moncho Jorda was a postdoc supported by the Fundación Ramón Areces and is now Profesor Titular de Universidad Departamento de Física Aplicada at the Universidad de Granada.
  55. Dr. I-Chun Lin was a Part III Chemistry student. She did a PhD in the group of Prof. Ursula Röthlisberger
  56. and now is a postdoc at the Institute of Neurology at UCL

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