Marco S. Nobile, PhD

Assistant Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology

 

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

My main research activity is focused on the development of innovative combinations of Evolutionary Computation, Swarm Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic, and Machine Learning to tackle complex computational problems

 

HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

Due to the huge requirements of Computational Intelligence methods, I develop my methods on High Performance Computing infrastructures and, in particular, GPU-based supercomputers

 

COMPUTATIONAL SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

My research activity is mainly driven by open problems in Computational Systems Biology, e.g., parameter estimation, reverse engineering, image analysis, pattern recognition, efficient simulation and analysis

Research projects

 

Fuzzy Self-Tuning PSO

Settings-free optimization
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ProCell

Stochastic simulation of cell populations proliferation
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GPU-powered biochemical simulation

Deterministic and stocahastic simulation accelerated on GPUs
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surF

Fourier surrogate modeling
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simpful

Fuzzy-logic reasoning, close to natural language
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pyFUME

Fuzzy Models Estimation
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ginSODA

GPU-powered simulation of ODE models
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pylates

Dilation functions
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GenHap

Evolutionary inference of haplotypes
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MedGA

Evolutionary enhancement of bimodal images
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Deep Learning for Medical Imaging

Deep Neural Networks for image segmentation and classification
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HyperBeta

Beta-sheet analysis for self-assembling systems
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Latest News

Award[…]

Simone Spolaor recipient of EUSFLAT 2020 best PhD thesis award

My former PhD student, Simone Spolaor, was awarded by EUSFLAT for the best 2020 PhD[…]

GPU[…]

New paper on PLOS Computational Biology

GPUs are basically multi-core co-processors performing vectorial computation applying the so-called SIMD paradigm, i.e., the[…]

Complexity[…]

New paper on Scientific Reports

Self-assembling peptides can be useful for clinical applications, for instance as scaffolds based on beta-sheets[…]

Contact

Marco S. Nobile

Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences
Atlas 5.407 — TU/e, Eindhoven University of Technology
De Zaale, 5612 AZ Eindhoven, The Netherlands
m.s.nobile@tue.nl